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Jigsaw Looks Epic in Final ‘Saw 3D’ Poster!

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This is it then guys. Preparing to wave goodbye to a truly iconic horror series. In just a month’s time from this very day the 7th and final installment in the ‘Saw’ franchise, ‘Saw 3D, will be upon us. And let’s just hope that they’ve tied everything up beautifully. The storytelling elements have been solid throughout the past 6 movies so the final chapter has got to deliver something special. To mark the event Bloody Disgusting have just revealed what could possibly be the final EVER ‘Saw’ poster. This momentous occassion deserves a monumental one-sheet and we certainly have that as Jigsaw appears as a statue of liberty/christ-like construction in yet another multi-layered motion poster. Tobin Bell, Cary Elwes, Costas Mandylor, Betsy Russell, Sean Patrick Flanery and Gina Holden all star in this final send off. You can check out the great new poster below.


“As a deadly battle rages over Jigsaw’s brutal legacy, a group of Jigsaw survivors gathers to seek the support of self-help guru and fellow survivor Bobby Dagen, a man whose own dark secrets unleash a new wave of terror…”


With a sequel being written, developed, shot and released each and every year since the first ‘Saw’ was released back in 2004 the franchise has been a phenomenal success and unlike everything experienced in horror in a very long time if not ever. After being announced as the ‘most successful horror franchises in movie history’ and spawning video games and even theme park rides and attractions ‘Saw’ will certainly go down in history. With so much success can it really die? Will ‘Saw 3D’ truly end it all? In the realm of horror we all know nothing is impossible.

‘Saw 3D’ hits theatres everywhere on 29 October.

To check out the poster in motion please go to Bloody Disgusting here.

Jigsaw Looks Epic in the Final ‘Saw 3D’ Poster EVER!?
Jigsaw Looks Epic in the Final 'Saw 3D' Poster EVER!?

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