‘Saw’ Returning To Theatres In October For 10th Anniversary | Film News
Lionsgate plan to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Saw franchise by re-releasing the very first movie of the seemingly never ending series into theatres again for one week only. The film is set to open on Friday, the 21st of October this year. Saw was the first film to see director James Wan and writer Leigh Whannel collaborate. These two went on to create the infamous film Insidious and James Wan remains one of the most amazing horror directors of our time, having directed The Conjuring, one of the highest grossing horror flicks of all time.
One does have to wonder why Lionsgate plan to release the film in theatres again when one could very easily just go and buy the DVD instead. Nevertheless, watching a film at home just isn’t the same as watching one at the cinema. But tell us what you think in the comments. Is a re-release of the very first film in the franchise necessary, or is it just a superfluous publicity stunt?
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