What kind of director sets out to rip off a movie? The answer is one without a creative bone in their body.
Paul Tanter directed Shame the Devil, an incredibly lame looking ripoff of James Wan and Leigh Whannell’s 2004 Saw. Here we are ten years later and people are still trying to emulate it.
In this version, “A London detective tracking a serial killer finds the killers “truth or die” methods take him to New York to solve the case.”
Laugh at the film’s trailer below – and even the hilarious poster variations.
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