The final poster for ‘Saw’ plus new images

...a new Lions Gate horror hitting theaters September 17th
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The final poster for ‘Saw’ plus new images

Movie PictureSaw: Lions Gate Films have unleashed the final poster for their upcoming horror flick, Saw, scheduled to go wide on September 17th.

The film stars Tobin Bell, Cary Elwes and Danny Glover.

Two strangers awaken, chained side-by-side to the wall of a filthy bathroom. Neither knows how they came to this awful predicament, nor what might await them. But the man lying on the floor and missing part of his head might be a clue. Soon, they'll discover they are the latest victims of a maniac who makes his own amusement by pitting two strangers in gory, life-and-death situations.

CLICK HERE for a high resolution look at the final poster as well as access to the new movie stills!

Saw was released October 29th, 2004.

Sources: Lions Gate Films
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