Saw X London film premiere 2023
John Kramer (Tobin Bell) is back. The most chilling installment of the SAW franchise yet explores the untold chapter of Jigsaw's most personal game. Set between the events of SAW I and II, a sick and desperate John travels to Mexico for a risky and experimental medical procedure in hopes of a miracle cure for his cancer - only to discover the entire operation is a scam to defraud the most vulnerable. Armed with a newfound purpose, John returns to his work, turning the tables on the con artists in his signature visceral way through a series of ingenious and terrifying traps.
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- Release in Cinemas: 2023-09-29
- Runtime: 118 minutes
- directors: Kevin Greutert
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- The experimental cancer treatment John seeks out in this film is presumably the same treatment for which he sought - and was denied - insurance coverage for in a flashback in Saw VI (2009). This is further solidified by the fact that in "Saw VI" John mentions it's located in Norway, which is where Cecilia's father is (allegedly) doing his work.
- The first film in the series to not feature police investigating a murder.
- Lionsgate brought back their "red gears" logo for this film. The last time the logo was used in this series was in Saw 3D (2010).
- While editing the "Eye Vacuum Trap" scene, editor Steve Forner received a visit from the Los Angeles Police Department after his neighbors reported screaming coming from his office.
- This film takes place between Saw (2004) and Saw II (2005).
- Some of the previous "Saw" films (Saw (2004), Saw II (2005), Saw 3D (2010), Jigsaw (2017), and Spiral (2021)) end with a door getting closed. This one ends with a door being opened.
- Features the fifth appearance of the original bathroom location in the series.
- Kevin Greutert revealed, during the Midsummer Scream Panel, that this will be the longest theatrical film in the series: it is 1 hour and 58 minutes long.
- Despite being a dream sequence of John's, the "Eye Vacuum Trap" is the first trap in the franchise designed to only maim and not kill the victim upon failure.
- The first film since Saw 3D (2010) to feature Costas Mandylor as Detective Mark Hoffman, and his sixth overall appearance in the series.
- This is the second film in the series where a trap takes place in an imagination/dream sequence.
- The first installment of the series to feature John Kramer as the main protagonist.
- With an 80% approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes, this is the best-reviewed film in the series. The second best-reviewed is Saw (2004), with 50%.
- Tobin Bell's ninth appearance as John Kramer (aka "Jigsaw"). He was absent in Spiral (2021); however, a photograph of him was featured in that film.
- First "Saw" film since Saw II (2005) to not lead into the end credits with a variation of "Hello Zepp", as the variation "Zepp Ten" plays during the final game with Cecilia and Parker. However, another variation of the theme, "Post Credit X", plays in the mid-credit sequence.
- Even though it was used as the poster for the film, the "Eye Vacuum Trap" trap is revealed to not be a real trap, but a what-if scenario John thinks of when witnessing someone commit theft.
- Shawnee Smith reprises her role in this film. She previously reprised her role in Saw VI (2009).
- First film in the series in which Jigsaw is placed into one of his own traps.
- Charlie Clouser, who had composed all the previous "Saw" films, returned to compose the score for this film.
- Was originally scheduled to be released on October 27, 2023. On July 20, 2023 it was announced that the film would open on September 29th instead.
- Third film in the series to not open with a trap.
- If someone clearly shows morality where John can see them, he will not consider them a subject for one of Jigsaw's tests. This is illustrated when he sees the orderly taking money and jewelry from the drawer next to a comatose patient (he then imagines the "Eye Vacuum Trap", where the orderly fails it and has both eyes sucked out of his skull by a vacuum and crushed) but the orderly sees him and returns the items. John tells him he made the right choice and the matter is resolved.
- First film in the series to be set in Mexico.
- Is the first "Saw" film since Saw VI (2009) to have a Roman Numeral in its title.
- The first "Saw" film with Kevin Greutert as both director and editor. Greutert's two previous directorial efforts in the series, Saw VI (2009) and Saw 3D (2010), were edited by Andrew Coutts.
- Is the second film in the series to not be released in October, following Spiral.