Saw V

Is it finally time to kill off Jigsaw? Three films after killing off Jigsaw?

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Saw6Review

Back up from the mat and ready to fight again, Saw VI redeems the franchise and puts Jigsaw back on the map for horror fans.

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The wait is finally over. The anticipation all year long, the bittersweet uncertainty, the constant flaming of people that don’t like Twilight and Transformers 2 on the Internet, and having to actually sit through Spike TV programming have once again come to fanboy fruition.

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Absolute shocker of the day, deals are in place and Saw VII is greenlit. In other shocking news, bears shit in the woods.

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Buckle up as the Coroner plays catchup and rampages through reviews of releases he’s recently missed. Also, alliteration!

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It is time once again for the FSR Year in Review, our annual week of lists and recaps, counting down the very best in film for the year. We begin our quest with the place where most cinematic journeys start, with a great movie poster.

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Reject Report: Zack and Miri

I hope you folks out there enjoyed Halloween, because I sure didn’t. It was a scary weekend to say the least, trying to figure out what was going on at box offices all over North America! On Friday night the attendances were so low it looked like we might get a movie winning at the box office with a haul of under $10 million. In fact, High School Musical 3: Senior Year did so badly on Friday night (only $1,700,000) that it looked as if the box office title was completely up for grabs. Some people thought Saw V (which won Friday with a haul of $3,120,000) or even Changeling might end the weekend on top. Also, the haul for Zack and Miri Make a Porno was so bad on Friday (only $2,220,000) that people were thinking it might only end up with just over $8 million! In any event, things went back to normal on Saturday and Sunday and all the predictions about the order of finish ended up pretty much in the ballpark. HSM 3 made something like $8.2 million on Saturday alone, which pretty much cemented another weekend back on top. As you can see below, though, nobody went to the movies this weekend. The grosses were way off the mark all across the board. High School Musical 3 was down 64.2% from last weekend and Saw V was down 66.4%. Also, Seth Rogen had his worst box-office opening ever with Zack and Miri making only $10.6 […]

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Reject Report: Zack and Miri

Kevin Smith tries to break on through to the other side of the box office with Zack and Miri Make a Porno. Standing in his way: High School Musical 3.

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The Reject Report

I am sure the news that High School Musical 3: Senior Year finished in first place is no surprise to any of you.

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You were right, makers of Saw V, I didn’t believe how it ended. Or most of the rest of it. Or that any of you are literate.

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The Reject Report

Welcome to what is sure to be another depressing week of box office predictions here at the Reject Report. Depressing because, well, we all know who’s going to win. Even if we all go see Saw V several times in a row, we won’t be able to halt the inevitable.

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SAW V

If you need a little somethin’ somethin’ to numb your brain while you watch human mutilation, why not try this on for size. Like Jigsaw might say: “Would you like to play a drinking game?”

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The Fat Guys discuss Neil’s unconventional love for Zac Efron (aka “Zefron” to his fans) while Kevin rants about drunken Irish cops in Pride and Glory.

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October Movie Guide

Tomorrow, the month of October gets underway, at least cinematically, with the first round of releases. And in order to help you navigate through the entire month’s worth of films, we’ve broken them down into simple categories and picked out the ones that you shouldn’t miss.

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October Horror: Quarantine

With October coming up, you’d expect a lot of horror moves to storm the box office. Well, you’d be wrong, and Robert Fure is not happy about it!

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Saw 5 Blood Drive

It is August, and for horror fans that can only mean one thing: time to rev up the hype machine for all of October’s horror spectaculars. Back again is the Saw franchise, with their annual blood drive to boot.

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The Writers of Saw V (Marcus Dunstan and Patrick Melton)

A look at the poster for “Saw V” as well as some cast insight into the type of ride we’re in for. Their consensus: terrifying.

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Meagan Good Cast in Saw V

Just got a little ditty from our friends over at Lionsgate regarding the soon to be in production fifth installment of the Saw series. Actress Meagan Good, who has recently been seen in One Missed Call, Stomp the Yard and Waist Deep, will join the supporting cast.

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Julie Benz to star in Saw 5

You have to love the Saw movies, if not for their ridiculously ambiguous nature. In a release from Lionsgate announcing that “Dexter” and Rambo hottie Julie Benz will star in the upcoming fifth installment, her character was described only as “an elegant woman”.

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