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Greutart on Saw 6

Jun. 8, 2009by: Eric Walkuski
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SAW 6 has been surprisingly under the radar for most of the Spring. Maybe it's because it's such a part of our lives now that we take it for granted, or maybe we're all just kind of fed up with the exploits of Jigsaw and Hoffman. I know I am.

In any event, SAW 6 is alive and well... so to speak. Director and long-time SAW editor Kevin Greutert (pictured above with Shawnee Smith) updated his blog to tell us that the film - now in post-production - is "mind numbingly complex". Yep, sounds like a SAW movie alright. At this point, I wouldn't be surprised if we get flashbacks of Jigsaw as an infant.

Greutart also says that his editor needs a day off because the stress of staring at the footage is making him sad, and the end of the film is "noisy". Now it's time to show the rough cut to the producers, who will most likely text through the whole thing and eventually say "Yeah, uh-huh, I guess that's good for a $30 million opening weekend" and leave. Everybody wins!

Extra Tidbit: Are you still down with the SAW's, or are you done with 'em?
Source: Official Blog

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9:46PM on 06/09/2009

Is it just me...

or is that...um...like, not shawnee smith?
or is that...um...like, not shawnee smith?
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3:12PM on 06/08/2009
What? This isn't going to be in 3D. Not sure where you heard that from.
What? This isn't going to be in 3D. Not sure where you heard that from.
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2:36PM on 06/08/2009

I Agree With Necrotard

It really should've ended with Saw III. Would've been the perfect way to cap off this series, since Saw III closed most of the story. Then they kept it going with the 'Hoffman' plot in IV and V, which I didn't care for too much.

However, that said, with all the news I keep seeing on Saw VI, my interest in this franchise has been re-ignited. I'm actually looking forward to seeing it.
It really should've ended with Saw III. Would've been the perfect way to cap off this series, since Saw III closed most of the story. Then they kept it going with the 'Hoffman' plot in IV and V, which I didn't care for too much.

However, that said, with all the news I keep seeing on Saw VI, my interest in this franchise has been re-ignited. I'm actually looking forward to seeing it.
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1:52PM on 06/08/2009
They should have stopped at three... but these flicks are holding up pretty well... The only thing I'm mad about is the 3D aspect of this new one... 3D is a cheesy gimmick, and SAW shouldn't be about cheesy gimmicks. It's fine for exploitive, mindless slashers like My Bloody Valentine, but I always thought SAW was more serious than that...
They should have stopped at three... but these flicks are holding up pretty well... The only thing I'm mad about is the 3D aspect of this new one... 3D is a cheesy gimmick, and SAW shouldn't be about cheesy gimmicks. It's fine for exploitive, mindless slashers like My Bloody Valentine, but I always thought SAW was more serious than that...
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