If you get scared easily, now would be a great time to look away.
Proceed at your own risk.
The first poster for the upcoming Saw X movie has been released and it has brought that eerie sinister vibes we’ve come to expect from the franchise.
“Welcome back to the game,” the film saga captioned an Instagram post that revealed the poster.
The poster features a man wearing goggles that have tubes connected to them, which we can only assume is one of Jigsaw’s new horrifying traps given the pained expression on the man’s face.
One person responding to the teaser said: "This trap makes Squid Game’s traps look like a kids toy."
Another added: “This is gonna be hella nasty!"
A third wrote: "The worse it could be is 2 rats in each tube, they panic if they can’t find a way out so the only way would be his eyes."
Well, that's an unsettling image.
The tenth film in the franchise is expected to be released later this year, and covers the events between the first Saw movie and Saw II, and many fans can’t contain their excitement.
“That’s one of the best posters I’ve seen,” one fan commented.
“Saw X, you officially have my attention,” said another.
“Okay, this poster is something special,” another wrote, “ I just love it so so much. NOW we need the trailer please.”
Although no official trailer has been dropped yet, the Saw media team has been dropping a few teasers for the movie across social media and fans are hopeful a trailer is just around the corner.
Tobin Bell is expected to reprise his role as John Kramer/Jigsaw, alongside a cast featuring the likes of Shawnee Smith, Synnove Macody Lund, Steven Brand and Micheal Beach.
A synopsis for the upcoming movie was also released, revealing that John Kramer travels to Mexico for a risky experimental procedure hoping to cure his cancer.
However, John discovers that the treatment is an operation designed to scam those at their most vulnerable.
Armed with a newfound purpose, the serial killer returns to his work, capturing the con artists in his ‘signature visceral way through devious, deranged and ingenious traps’.
Fans will have to wait until September 29, a month earlier than originally expected, before they can watch the horror film.
But if the poster is anything to go by, it’s going to be a spine-chilling thriller.Featured Image Credit: Lionsgate