Monday, April 28, 2008

Saw 5 in October 2008

A fifth movie has been decided for the Saw movie series. Saw 5 aims mainly at core fans: there's nothing to really justify a new Saw film...

But well, Saw films are not linear. Instead of going from present into future the plot of Saw is jumping back and forth along the time line. they jump all over the place. Characters who may have died a previous film can come back in the following one for scenes.

Besides some details still keep their mystery after the four fist movies. It may be relevant to explain thm to fans.

So fans rejoice because all this lead to Saw V, and as we said, because the plot is not linear, to the come back of Jigsaw (Tobin Bell) from the dead.

The plot of Saw 5 has not yet been revealed. But some hints here and there may help to sketch out the plot.

So far what we know about Saw 5:

- Saw V will explain what happened to Corbett, the daughter of Lynn Denlon and Jeff Reinhart, following the conclusion of Saw 3 that left her in danger. (Patrick Melton in a interview with IGN)

- The origins of Billy the puppet and his red tricycle would be further explained after having the story's roots planted in Saw 4. In an other interview Tobin Bell teased that he would not be surprised if the character of Cecil made a reappearance, and that the pieces of flesh taken from the victims in the form of a jigsaw puzzle might be explained.

- According to director David Hackl, one trap can potentially kill the actor meant to be placed in it, and so paramedics will be standing by while filming; Hackl joked that the trap would truly test the actor, just like Jigsaw tests his victims.

- In the Saw IV DVD commentary, Darren Lynn Bousman stated that the glass box trap, which was originally planned to be used - but only seen - in Saw IV, will be further explored in Saw 5.

Ok, maybe there is much more to develop in Saw 5 than I first thought!


Anonymous said...

that was could a man direct this kind of movie..but i enjoyed it.xD

Anonymous said...

i love saw movies keep them coming