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The countdown is almost over! Saw will be returning to theaters to celebrate its 10th Anniversary next Friday, October 31! And there is no better way to party on Halloween than with this annual cinematic tradition back on the big screen.
In anticipation of the re-release of this legendary horror film, Lionsgate is thrilled to share the fourth collectable poster, featuring what may be the most iconic headtrap of all. This is the second to last one-sheet in the five poster series, which has been slowly revealed over the course of this entire month.
Check out the gripping poster below, and be sure to head to theaters on the evening of October 30th to be the first to experience the epic return of the unbelievably twisted serial killer, Jigsaw! With a dead body lying between them, two men wake up in the secure lair of a serial killer. Those men must »
Sunday is the last day of New York Comic Con, and in the past, it has been a more leisurely day without many big panels or events. 2014 has been a year for defying expectations, however, as Sunday morning started with John Hodgman, Paget Brewster, Mac Evan Jackson, and the rest of the cast of the Thrilling Adventure Hour making a major announcement about the future of the show, and it ended with Cary Elwes telling stories about the making of The Princess Bride. Read on for all the highlights, quotes, and best cosplay outfits from Sunday!
- Rachel Kolb
Fans can re-live the sheer terror from director James Wan' Saw when the modern horror-classic is re-released in theaters for one week only, starting October 31, to celebrate the 10th Anniversary of its initial release. Five years before Paranormal Activity helped spawn the "micro-budget" genre, Saw took audiences by storm, with this thriller that cost just $1.2 million to make, taking in over $100 million worldwide, and spawning a franchise that included six successful sequels.
Saw starred Leigh Whannell (who co-wrote the script with James Wan) and Cary Elwes as two strangers who wake up trapped in a horrifying dungeon, as they are forced to follow the intricate rules of a killer known only as Jigsaw, if they want to make it out alive.
To help celebrate this 10th Anniversary re-release, we have a giveaway lined up where fans can win five Saw collectible posters, three of which you can see below, »
“He doesn’t want us to cut through our chains, he wants us to cut through our feet.” Almost ten years ago, Jigsaw forced Dr. Gordon and Adam to make a twisted choice in James Wan’s Saw. This Halloween, filmgoers can relive Jigsaw’s macabre morals on the big screen with the horror movie’s theatrical re-release. Marking the upcoming event is another poster featuring the dreaded bear trap headgear.
Lionsgate is brining Saw back to theaters for one week only beginning on October 30th at 10:00pm. Below, we have a look at the new poster showcasing Shawnee Smith’s Amanda Young wearing the dreaded reverse bear trap. One new poster will be unveiled each week leading up to Saw’s theatrical re-release, so stay tuned for more creepy, celebratory artwork.
“With a dead body lying between them, two men wake up in the secure lair of a »
- Derek Anderson
We only have two more weeks until the hair-raising and jaw-dropping games of the infamous serial killer Jigsaw return to theaters! To commemorate the 10th anniversary of this highly acclaimed horror film, Saw, a third headtrap poster has been revealed. Take a look at the stunning poster below and get ready for spine-chilling fright when Saw hits theaters Friday, October 31!
If you want to see a new Saw, producers are considering ticket sales in moving forward on a possible sequel or reboot. Saw is not just coming back to theaters to celebrate its birthday, its also coming back to see how much fan interest is left in the franchise. Will Jigsaw live to see another day? That's all up to you!
Saw is the one that started it all! With a dead body lying between them, two men wake up in the secure lair of a serial killer who's been »
In today's roundup on cinema-related books, we preview Peter Labuza's Approaching the End: Imagining Apocalypse in American Film, Jason Bailey's The Ultimate Woody Allen Companion, Frederic Lombardi’s Allan Dwan and the Rise and Decline of the Hollywood Studios, The George Kuchar Reader (edited by Andrew Lampert), Be Sand, Not Oil. The Life and Work of Amos Vogel (with a forward by Werner Herzog), David Cronenberg's Consumed, Cary Elwes's As You Wish: Inconceivable Tales from the Making of The Princess Bride and Russell Brand's Revolution. » - David Hudson »
The original 2004 horror classic Saw is returning to theaters this Halloween for its tenth anniversary celebration. Shock Till You Drop recently sat down with producers Mark Burg and Oren Koules, and it was soon revealed that an all-new Saw is in the planning stages with the original creators.
While first-time director James Wan never jumped behind the camera for any of the sequels, he did go onto make his mark with other horror hits and action thrillers including the franchise spawning Insidious and The Conjuring, as well as Death Sentence and the upcoming Fast & Furious 7. His writing partner Leigh Whannell has done equally as well, writing and producing a number of box office hits, appearing in some of them as an actor, and setting out to make his directorial debut with Insidious Chapter 3. Now, it sounds like the duo are ready to return to the one that started it all. »
A conspicuously uninspired mix of teen-sex comedy and horror-thriller tropes, “Teen Lust” may amuse Cary Elwes fans who yearn to see the cult-fave “Princess Bride” star give a performance that could be labeled Swift’s Premium and sold by the pound. Nothing else suggests a future for this Canadian-produced trifle beyond niche festivals and home-screen platforms.
The strained silliness revolves around Neil (Jesse Carere), a hormonally inflamed but hopelessly virginal high schooler whose innocence is highly regarded, and closely monitored, by his straight-laced parents (Emmanuelle Vaugier, Jon Dore). And with good reason: Mom and Dad are devout Satanists who have promised the leader (Elwes) of their cult that Neil can be offered as an undefiled human sacrifice — for the greater good of the Prince of Darkness — on the clueless youth’s 18th birthday.
Naturally, Neil rebels once he gets wind of what’s in store for him. And, just as naturally, »
- Joe Leydon
Every year, one event rocks New York to its very core in a way that is so profound and so special that it grows in audience attendance every fall when it rolls along. That event, of course, is the hugely popular New York Comic Con and thousands of faithful pop culture fans and cosplayers flock to the Big Apple to partake in the annual celebration. It is an event that draws in crowds from all over the world and features many individuals and companies showing off their latest products in the hopes that those who come to the convention will purchase whatever they’re selling. But Nycc isn’t just about pushing merchandise and entertainment, it is about togetherness and every October, geeks come to New York and they conquer.
If you are unfamiliar with Nycc, then it’s pretty simple. It is a comic book, movie, TV, video game »
- Randall Unger
Cary Elwes hasn't changed much in the 27 years since filming The Princess Bride. He's still got a mess of blond hair and "eyes like the sea after a storm," which now crinkle slightly when he smiles, but Elwes pretty much remains the spitting image of his iconic character, farm boy-turned-pirate Westley. When we meet, Elwes seems to be channeling a contemporary Man in Black, wearing a leather jacket, a Rolling Stone T, and Chuck Taylors. He's surprisingly soft-spoken, but articulate, and is nothing but effusive about his time working on The Princess Bride. After feeling an overwhelming sense of nostalgia during the film's 25th anniversary celebration at Lincoln Center in 2012, Elwes decided to pen his own tribute (along with Joe Layden) to »
This week, as soon as Cary Elwes revealed he had written a book detailing what it was like making The Princess Bride, we started to remember everything we loved about the movie in the first place. Most obviously, we got all nostalgic over all the most quotable moments, which of course, still fit perfectly into your everyday life in wonderful ways. But then we got to thinking, what happened to all the film's actors? Turns out, they've been right under our noses all this time. Keep scrolling to see where you've definitely seen the entire cast before and just didn't make the connection. »
Ryan Murphy‘s American Horror Story: Freak Show delivers in a big way, Channing Tatum says Magic Mike Xxl is the “Super Bowl version” of the first movie, Snapchat gets hacked, and more in today’s Last Lap.
American Horror Story: Freak Show has become the most-watched premiere in FX history. [Uproxx] Channing Tatum will show us more of himself than ever before in the Magic Mike sequel. And we’re Ok with that. [Us Weekly] Photos and videos of up to 200,000 Snapchat users have been leaked online. [Guardian] Is Kim Kardashian afraid that newly single Amber Rose will swoop in on her man? [Thg] Aviva Drescher and her husband are being sued by a celebrity booker who got them their We-tv Marriage Boot Camp contract. [Naughty but Nice Rob] Mo’ne Davis, Sasha, and Malia Obama are among Time‘s Most Influential Teens of 2014. [Time] Last Week Tonight host John Oliver really, really hates pumpkin spice “taste like candles” lattes. »
- Taylor Ferber
Fans of the 1987 film The Princess Bride can be excited about star Cary Elwes's book about the making of the film, and it's making us reminisce about the romantic fantasy classic. The movie is memorable for so many reasons (like Robin Wright's breathtaking beauty, Elwes's breathtaking beauty, Andre the Giant, and R.O.U.S.s), but it may be most famous for its quotable lines. We've rounded up the best ones, which, incidentally, you can still use in your everyday life. »
Twenty-seven years after The Princess Bride hit theaters, barely made a dent, then slowly achieved cult-hit status, star Cary Elwes has written a book about the famous film. As You Wish: Inconceivable Tales From the Making of The Princess Bride will hit shelves this week, and fans should be pleased with the behind-the-scenes stories from the set. Elwes did an interview with NPR about the book, in which he revealed some tidbits about his experience. Here's the exact moment he realized the movie was a success. "I was in a restaurant in New York and I was ordering a hamburger. The waitress said, 'How do you want that done?' And I said, 'Medium rare.' And she said, 'As you wish.' And I looked up at her and I went, 'What did you just say?!' And she winked and walked off. And I thought, 'Oh!' And so it was a wonderful, »
Kristen Stewart thinks it’s “really ridiculous” to say you’re not a feminist. [E!] At New York Comic-Con, the very first footage of Marvel’s new Netflix series Daredevil premiered. [io9] Katie Holmes will return as First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis in the miniseries The Kennedys: After Camelot. [Et] Matthew Broderick is totally fine with Robert Downey, Jr. reaching out to his ex, and Broderick’s wife, Sarah Jessica Parker. [Us Weekly] If you haven’t watched this vintage Dinner for Five video featuring Jennifer Garner (who was married to Scott Foley at the time) and Ben Affleck (who was engaged to Jennifer Lopez) you need to now. Jen hopelessly gazes into Ben’s eyes while the actor remains completely unfazed. »
- Taylor Ferber
The second eerie poster for the 10th anniversary event of the legendary horror film, Saw, was revealed yesterday. This is the second of five limited-edition collectable posters that will be released weekly, as we countdown the return of this epic film. The poster was created by Taz who has designed several of the special edition posters for the franchise.
Now is your chance to relive the brilliantly wrenching games, led by the iconic serial killer Jigsaw, on the big screen when it returns this Halloween.
Head to a theater near you for the early showing of Saw at 10pm on Thursday, October 30th.
With a dead body lying between them, two men wake up in the secure lair of a serial killer who’s been nicknamed “Jigsaw”. The men must follow various rules and objectives if they wish to survive and win the deadly game set for them.
- Michelle McCue
Jigsaw is back! And he's bringing some very cool one-sheets created exclusive for the Saw 10th Anniversary screening happening this Halloween. The second poster for the event was revealed yesterday. This is the latest in a series of five limited-edition collectable posters that will be released weekly, as we countdown the return of this epic film!
The poster was created by Taz who has designed several of the special edition posters for the franchise. Now is your chance to relive the brilliantly wrenching games, led by the iconic serial killer Jigsaw, on the big screen when it returns this Halloween.
With a dead body lying between them, two men wake up in the secure lair of a serial killer who's been nicknamed "Jigsaw". The men must follow various rules and objectives if they wish to survive and win the deadly game set for them.
Check out the eerie poster below »
He's working with producer Mario Kassar on a new adaption of the Ryû Murakami novel, the story of a widower who, with the help of a TV producer friend, holds auditions supposedly for a leading lady as a cover to find a wife. The novel was adapted into a Japanese film in 1999.
.We.re thrilled to bring The Lookalike to audiences throughout the Us starting in November,. said Doris Pfardrescher, CEO/President of Well Go USA. .It.s a phenomenal film with extraordinary talent that seamlessly blends the elements of the thriller, »
- Don Groves
October is here, and this weekend begins a month long barrage of horror movies set to invade our local cineplex. Some of these movies will even be available on VOD in the weeks leading up to Halloween! We're seeing more original thrillers this year, as new titles hurry to occupy the slots vacated by holiday perennials Saw and Paranormal Activity. We have plenty to choose from, with creature features and slasher flicks galore, all spanning the gamut between pitch black comedy to blood red terror. There are spin-offs, reboots, and even an old favorite making its return for a much-deserved 10th anniversary celebration. Do you have the heart to make it through this list of fright flicks? Or will your guts spill out onto the floor before you've made it through our '17 New Horror Movies to See before Halloween'!?
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Actor Cary Elwes did a Reddit Ama this week, timed with the Oct. 14 release of As You Wish: Inconceivable Tales from the Making of The Princess Bride. During the Ama, he answered questions about many of the films he's made, from Dracula to Saw and Liar Liar. But all most people wanted to know about was, naturally, his most beloved work, and the only one he wrote an entire book about: The Princess Bride. Below, behold 13 surprising facts and details Elwes revealed in his Ama. 1. Elwes had a broken toe while filming the infamous sword fight scene with Inigo Montoya »
- Carolyn Todd
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