Saw X is being branded 'worse than Terrifier 2' with so much gore fans are being handed sick bags
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The latest film in the Saw franchise is apparently so disgusting that those who have watched it have been provided with sick bags.
Here's the trailer, to give you an idea of what we're dealing with:
Is that anyone’s idea of a good time? Honestly, don’t answer that.
Some folks have compared the film to the legendary gross-out horror Terrifier 2, suggesting that this latest instalment in the classic series might even top that for gore.
It’s the tenth film in the franchise, so we all have a pretty good idea of what to expect by this point.
To quote the title of another film, there will be blood.
However, the director Kevin Greutert has promised surprises, so you never know - maybe it's a buddy comedy or a road movie.
What there also will be at some screenings – it seems – is the evil Billy the Puppet cycling around on a tiny tricycle, right in front of the screens.
If that’s not enough to put you off your popcorn, nothing is.
In the trailer, we can see one poor bloke strapped into a wheelchair and made to perform brain surgery on himself, of course without any painkillers.
Then, there’s a dude with big tubes strapped to his eyes, with many theorising that they could be there for acid to be poured down.
As we said, we know what to expect from a decent Saw film these days.
Apparently, according to Deadline, the film sheds a bit of light – or darkness – onto the ‘untold chapter of Jigsaw’s final games’ and sees ‘Jigsaw’ John Kramer travel to Mexico in the hope of getting some – let’s say – experimental treatment for his cancer.
However, as you have probably guessed, it doesn’t pan out like that.
When he realises that it’s a scam, he can’t resist playing another game.
This ‘game’ features the sort of ‘devious, deranged and ingenious traps’ that Jigsaw has made a career out of.
In terms of the chronology of the entire series, the events of Saw X take place between the first and second films in the franchise.
Fans are already impressed with the sheer gore on offer, with one fan writing: “Better than Terrifier 2!”
Another said: “So Saw X, let’s talk about it. It could possibly be my favourite in the series.
“It felt raw, emotional and one of the goriest.”
As for the sick bags, they have been handed out to fans at the screens, reading: “WARNING: Saw X is a film not to be taken lightly. Vomit or cry… the choice is yours.”
Hey, why not both, eh?
If you want to go and see Saw X for yourself, it’s out in cinemas tomorrow.
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Topics: TV and Film