New Theatrical Saw VI Trailer

Published 5 years ago by , Updated February 10th, 2012 at 8:39 am,

saw vi theatrical trailer New Theatrical Saw VI Trailer

It’s October and that now means two big things: Halloween and another Saw movie.

Saw VI is set to release a week before Halloween, continuing its annual tradition, and we have the brand new trailer to show you for it. The theatrical trailer for Saw VI came attached to Zombieland this weekend and is available online courtesy of Yahoo.

Check it out after the jump.

The synopsis for the latest installment of the torture franchise reads as follows:

Special Agent Strahm is dead, and Detective Hoffman has emerged as the unchallenged successor to Jigsaw’s legacy. However, when the FBI draws closer to Hoffman, he is forced to set a game into motion, and Jigsaw’s grand scheme is finally understood.

Check out the trailer:

If you missed them, several new Saw VI stills debuted two weeks back, most of them can be seen from this video.

There’s really no stopping this franchise with the profit it makes on each low-budget installment and a strong niche market. Each installment has banked over $100 million at the worldwide box-office and a ton more on home video sales. I wonder how many they can continue on for? Even after death, Jigsaw still has an ongoing presence. There’s at least another two on the way after Saw VI and that likely won’t be the end.

Are you a fans of the Saw series and will you be checking this one out in theaters?

Saw VI opens in theaters October 23, 2009.

Source: Yahoo

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  1. I don’t care what anybody else says, i am pumped for this movie!

  2. me too :)

  3. I agree with Foopher. I’m totally there. The number of Saw movies is getting crazy but I don’t care. I love them. If I still get chills and a sick/twisted sense of excitement, then keep em coming.

  4. Wow wasn’t expecting these sorts of comments (usually comments sections about Saw are filled with haters) but yeah i agree with you guys. I know it won’t be as good as the first but i’m addicted. Plus i love a twist ending and i know a Saw movie is a perfect place to get one.

  5. I kinda agree too. I dig the fact this can become an annual tradition if they continue pumping them out every year, even though this genre isn’t a fave for me.

    It has a strong fan base and it is what it is – they found how to make an entertaining series and although I’ve never been to see any Saw movies at opening late night screenings, I hear it’s a blast from first-hand accounts.

  6. Woah, 5 good comments in a row!!! Thats got to be a record :)

  7. I gotta break the record, but I am NO hater. Absolutely loved the first movie, but on a couple of the installments, I guessed the twist dead on, which kinda ruined it for me. Regardless, I’ll be th

  8. I gotta break the record, but I am NO hater. Absolutely loved the first movie, but on a couple of the installments, I guessed the twist dead on, which kinda ruined it for me. Regardless, I’ll be there! Jigsaw is becoming as immortal as Jason & Freddy!!!

    I guess they may reboot this too 20 years down the road, when they run out of ideas…………

  9. I’ll be seeing this as well.

    two things came to question for me.

    I’d like to know how Jigsaw is back knowing that he was dead in the last film. And how old is this trailer? I only ask because that sounds like Don LaFontaine’s voice. And he’s been gone for over a year now.

  10. torture porn soap opera for halloween crazies!
    bring it!

  11. I don’t think Jigsaw’s gonna be “back”. I think they’re gonna keep doing the whole flashback thing. Which IMO is a really neat tool and it just takes the plot to a whole new level.