There was once a time when you might have thought that the two top current rival horror franchises were Saw and Final Destination. After a decade or so the deadly duo are still going head-to-head, only now it’s to determine who can come up with the absolute worst possible title for their latest installments. And as you can plainly see for yourself, both are making a valiant effort in obtaining the crown.
At the end of June, it was revealed that the title for the new Final Destinationwould actually be5nal Destination. So what could the title of the latest chapter in Jigsaw killer saga be? It could and apparently will be Saw 3D: The Traps Come Alive. Even better — this news from Shock Till You Drop has been confirmed by Lionsgate themselves.
Since the very first Saw movie added a new layer to the horror genre, fans have wondered what happened to Dr. Gordon at the end and where in the hell he went.
Five new chapters in the saga of the twisted mind of the Jigsaw Killer have unfolded since then, and it appears that finally, you may just find out the answers to the questions that you’ve been asking. And since Saw VII is reported to be the last in the series, it’s no surprise that producers look to be swinging for one more home run.
When Saw first came out in 2004, it was a vicious and unique new addition to the world of horror, and very few people could deny how much gory fun it was.
It was so popular, in fact, that sequels soon followed and they kept coming. By 2009 — yes, only 5 short years later — they were already releasing Saw VI. Many faithful fans have continued to line up the second a new installment is released, and as with any franchise, these fans have the ones they like and the ones they didn’t like. On the other hand, there’s another group of people who loathe what the franchise has become, and consider it a constant recycling of the exact same idea, surgically engineered to take the money of unsuspecting consumers every Halloween season.
With each and every Saw film, it has become more and more apparent that the popularity is slowly weakening. And so the question has arisen: when will Jigsaw orchestrate his final cruel trap?