Looking back at the past several years, the marketing campaigns for all the Saw films have been nothing short of spectacular. The Saw movie posters are some of the best in horror history, and this year’s is no exception. As we bring you an exclusive look at the OFFICIAL one sheet (in the form of a motion and static poster) for Saw 3D, the seventh film in the franchise, it just dawned on me that each and every franchise poster features some sort of “body part” highlighting the latest tagline. The official one-sheet for Saw 3D takes their brand new tagline literally: “in eye-popping 3-D!” The image features an eyeball that gives homage to the past six Saw flicks in incredible depth and promises that this time, the traps will come alive. While you horror fans won’t blink this October, hopefully your date will be covering their eyes! Inside you’ll find our exclusive poster debut, with our own look back the first 6 that teased some of the most infamous traps in history!
“This October, one of the biggest, most successful horror franchises in movie history arrives in theaters in vivid, chilling 3-D with the release of Lionsgate’s SAW VII 3-D.
As a deadly battle rages over Jigsaw’s brutal legacy, a group of Jigsaw survivors gathers to seek the support of self-help guru and fellow survivor Bobby Dagen, a man whose own dark secrets unleash a new wave of terror…
The first theatrical feature to be shot exclusively on the cutting-edge SI-3D digital camera system, SAW VII 3-D brings the horrifying games of Jigsaw to life like never before”
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