Tuesday, December 16, 2008

MY Favorite Horror Movie

"Horrible acting aside, it's the kind of Halloween treat that'll have you checking your backseat after leaving the theater..."


I Just watch SAW V last night...
It attracts me. Most attracts part is "Jigsaw" establishment all the trap. Like the rules, it is going to take a lot of fire power to keep this victim and down and make sure he stays down once and for all!

Saw I is a 2004 American horror film, the first installment of the Saw film series. Directed by James Wan and written by Wan and Leigh Whannell, Saw was filmed during only eighteen days of production. It was first shown at the Sundance Film Festival in early 2004 and saw international release later that year on October 29. Saw is essentially an expansion of Wan and Whannell's 2003 short film of the same name. The film's story revolves around two men who are kidnapped and trapped locked in an industrial bathroom with a dead body between them and given instructions related to escaping. Meanwhile, police detectives investigate and attempt to apprehend the criminal responsible, the "Jigsaw Killer".

Saw II is a 2005 American horror film, and the sequel to the 2004 Saw. The film (apart from external shots) was filmed in one building over the span of 25 days. It was released in most parts of the world on October 28, 2005, but not released in Australia until December 1, 2005. Darren Lynn Bousman took over directing duties, and co-wrote the story's script with Leigh Whannell, the original film's co-writer. The film features the Jigsaw Killer finally being apprehended, but trapping the arresting officer in one of his own games while showing another "game" of eight people in progress at the same time. It also explores the character's back story, explaining why he became "Jigsaw."

Saw III is a 2006 the third installment in the Saw series, released upon Halloween, 2006. The film is a joint effort of both Saw's writers/directors, James Wan and Leigh Whannell, and Saw II's writer/director, Darren Lynn Bousman. The film focuses on the resurfaced Jigsaw Killer, the antagonist of the previous films, who works with his unstable apprentice Amanda to finish his final tests before he dies. The film contains additional back-story about the two antagonists. The film has been dedicated to Gregg Hoffman, producer of the first two movies. Hoffman died on December 4, 2005, shortly after the official Lions Gate Entertainment announcement of Saw III.

Saw IV is a 2007 the fourth installment in the Saw series. This installment continues the story of the Jigsaw Killer, and his obsession with teaching people the value of their own lives. Although Jigsaw died in the last installment (Saw III), this film focuses on his ability to manipulate people into continuing his work.

Saw V is a 2008 is the fifth installment in the Saw franchise.Saw V was directed by David Hackl, unlike the previous three installments which were directed by Darren Lynn Bousman. Hackl was the production designer of Saws II, III and IV, and second-unit director for Saw III and Saw IV.

SAW VI is coming soon ...
Saw VI is to be directed by Kevin Greutert, the editor on all the Saw films to date. The writers of Saw IV and Saw V, Marcus Dunstan and Patrick Melton, will be writing Saw VI.