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^^^I didn't mind really... Only thing was why the H3LL didn't they put Slayer-Raining Blood for soundtrack at the end...
I was thinking of that too during that whole sequence
^^^I guess everybody that knows Slayer did the exact same. Hahaha
It would've been so fitting
^^^Oh damn yes it would of.
Saw 'em all (pun intended).
Parts 2, 3 & 6 sucked camel balls.
I bet someone on YouTube has edited that whole sequence to that song.
^^^Yes they did, and man, I DIG IT!!!
Speaking of songs with fitting titles or lyrics to movies, I've always thought The Game by Disturbed suited the Saw series.
that's a pretty good song for Saw.
^^^H3LL yeah, pretty good song for anything really.
Which reminds me, the Saw films usually had some pretty great soundtracks.
^^^Definitely. Gives even more creepiness to them.
I always loved the main Saw theme, very eerie. Definitely among my favorite Horror tunes.
Heads up for Saw fans that on September 23rd a Blu-ray collection of all seven movies will be out. No word on any special features but it'll have the unrated cuts of all seven movies.
Blu ray - it such a waste of money , by 2020, there some thing even a better and clearer then day player or something
It's vastly superior to DVD with the audio/video quality and being able to store more features. But unfortunately a lot of studios misuse it.
Heads up the first Saw is being re-released this Halloween for the 10th anniversary. Can't wait, it's the only one in theaters I didn't see, definitely remedying this.
And 10 years ago today marks the beginning of Horror history. Happy 10th birthday to Saw.
For Saw fans, here's a rare little treat: the animated version of the somewhat rare Saw: Rebirth prequel comic.I still own the actual full comic, too. I always liked the origin it had for Jigsaw, wish the films had acknowledged it.
For Saw fans, here's a rare little treat: the animated version of the somewhat rare Saw: Rebirth prequel comic.
I still own the actual full comic, too. I always liked the origin it had for Jigsaw, wish the films had acknowledged it.
That was good
not seen a saw movie in a while
saw 1,2 and 6 were my favorite, I think
Just realized both Saw II and Saw VII/3D share an anniversary this year (10 and 5, respectively). Time sure has flown, I remember seeing Saw II twice during it's theatrical run.