Lionsgate hasn't been too revealing about Saw 3D, the upcoming sequel in the successful horror series. Saw 3D has been touted as the "last chapter" in the long-running Saw franchise and the studios are keeping pretty mum on the details, but now a sneak peek of several clips of new material are available from the Kevin Greutert-directed movie.
The first clip has self-help guru Bobby Dagen (Sean Patrick Flanery) talking to fellow survivors during a therapy session where an old friend of the franchise is in attendance. watch the clips >> Posted 10.19.10 by Ryan
The latest trailer released for the upcoming Saw 3D was solely focused on reminding audiences that the movie would be in 3-D, so for those more interested in the traps that are said to "come alive" in the movie, Lionsgate has released several new images.
CinemaBlend has posted 5 new photos, including a foreboding pic of Costas Mandylor as Jigsaw's successor, Detective Hoffman; a shot of director Kevin Greutert on set; and two photos of what looks like newcomer-to-the-franchise Sean Patrick Flanery escaping from a trap and calming another victim. more photos plus Greutert explains why Saw 3d is the last >> Posted 09.23.10 by Ryan
Saw 3D began its pre-Comic-Con reverie by revealing a new, "eye-popping" motion poster and informally announcing that Saw 3D, the seventh in the Saw franchise, would be the last.
A new teaser trailer for the sequel also has been released during the convention. Check it out after the jump, along with the movie's official synopsis. See the trailer and synopsis >> Posted 07.24.10 by Ryan
After last year's Saw VI lost the box office battle to Paranormal Activity, the franchise has been seeking. Opening October 22 right alongside Paranormal Activity 2, Saw VII is hoping some 3-D will reinvigorate fans of the long-running horror series. The same cannot be said of the movie's cast. Costas Mandylor, who has taken over the franchise as Jigsaw's successor, Detective Hoffman, told the UK's Press Association that shooting the movie in 3-D was "tedious." Yes, there will be blood >> Posted 07.02.10 by Ryan
Looks like Saw VII will see the return of some old friends. Bloody-Disgusting reports that Cary Elwes will reprise his role as Dr. Laurence Gordon from the first Saw movie in the upcoming sequel. The news arrived along with the official synopsis for Saw VII. more about Saw VII >> Posted 04.26.10 by Ryan
It's been 10 years, but the MacManus brothers are back and ready for action in The Boondock Saints II: All Saints Day, the sequel to the cult classic film starring Sean Patrick Flanery and Norman Reedus.
After their vendetta against the mob in the first film, the brothers fled to Ireland, where they've been keeping a low profile. However, when a priest is murdered in Boston and the brothers are framed for it, they return to Boston with a vengeance. Posted 10.28.09 by BrentJS
The Boondock Saints II: All Saints Day is proof positive that even a movie that doesn't make a splash at the box office can earn a sequel if the fans get behind it. The original feature, which debuted in 1999, opened in only five theaters, but has since then become a cult classic.
In Saints Day, the MacManus brothers, fraternal twins played by Sean Patrick Flanery and Norman Reedus, are hiding out in Ireland after their bloody vendetta against the mob made it too hot for them in the States. However, when a priest is murdered, the two vigilantes must return to Boston to take care of business. The official movie poster for Saints Day was finally revealed by MTV, which also has a set of stills from the movie.
The Boondock Saints II: All Saints Day was directed by Troy Duffy and also sees the return of Billy Connolly as the brothers' father, Il Duce. Posted 10.05.09 by BrentJS
Sequels seem to be all the rage in Hollywood, but it's especially impressive when a movie that loses money at the box office receives one. The difference is that Boondock Saints didn't flop due to its quality, but rather because of a combination of botched distribution and insufficient marketing. The movie, which starred Sean Patrick Flanery and Norman Reedus as two Irish brothers who think they were divinely chosen to rid Boston of evil, developed a huge cult following in the years since its release, resulting in the return of the MacManus brothers — and their father, Il Duce (played by Billy Connolly) — in Troy Duffy's The Boondock Saints II: All Saints Day.
When All Saints Day was introduced at the San Diego Comic-Con this year, the reaction of the fans was overwhelmingly positive. In a recent interview with Icon Vs. Icon, Flanery said that the crowd made him feel like "Mick Jagger for a day" and that fans of the original will not be disappointed with the sequel.
I have seen cuts in various incarnations. I can tell you this — it stays true to the first film in theme and style and everything. Most sequels are bigger, louder and this film is a perfect sequel to the first one. It explains a lot of things, but it is not big bang just for the sake of big bang, ya know what I mean? I think that everybody is really going to like this film. I really do! Posted 09.21.09 by BrentJS