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Friday, June 5, 2009

VAULT VLOG: A Plea to the Makers of Saw

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16 comments:

Radiation Cinema! said...

B-Sol: I couldn't agree with you more on all counts. I couldn't put it better myself: They certainly have "beaten this dead horse dry." I can only repeat your urgent plea. Please, please stop. - Mykal

Soap Magic said...

Ugh, I just hate the Saw series. Why can't Hollywood make quality films anymore?

This is a bit off-topic, but I live in Fairfield County too!

B-Sol said...

Wow, small world! In about eight years, we'll have to meet up for a drink or two.

Doruk said...

'Quit while you are ahead'?

I think you are a bit late for that.

RayRay said...

Thank you for saying what needed to be said. The Saw franchise is rapidly treading down the road a certain man with a hockey mask once did.

Sakes alive!! Can't they just make a decent movie!

BJ-C said...

RayRay....get out of my head. I was so ready to make a F13 reference and then you stole it. DAMN.

but yes. way to go.

John Sunseri said...

So, did ANYONE here enjoy JASON X or FREDDY VS. JASON?

B-Sol said...

Yeah, he has a habit of stealing people's ideas about Friday the 13th.... I KID Raymond, I KID!

And John, I thought Freddy vs. Jason was a lot of fun. Not scary in the slightest, but I don't think it was meant to be. Jason X, with the exception of the awesome liquid nitrogen kill, was garbage.

Maweanne said...

Saw makes me sick. I stopped supporting it after 3 and I wish I stopped after 2. The first Saw is an amazing film. Halloween Horror Nights is also going to be Saw based this year.

John Sunseri said...

Fair enough, B-Sol. I liked JASON X quite a lot, but I have a high tolerance for trash--to me, an android Jason Voorhees vs. a pretty good looking female robot fight to the death was worth the price of admission (three bucks on the used DVD rack, in my case). Plus I LOVED the virtual Crystal Lake scene and its eventual denouement with Jason slamming the holographic coed into the tree, still in her sleeping bag.

De gustibus non est disputandum, I guess.

B-Sol said...

Maweanne, my sentiments exactly on the Saw series. And John, I stand corrected. The virtual Crystal Lake scene is also awesome. Hmmm, maybe its time to rewatch Jason X!

Jonathan said...

I agree, man. The first one was different and innovative. Since then, they've devolved into third-rate torture movies. I also blame Saw for the vomiting forth of such crap as Hostel and Turistas.

Were you channeling Michael Cole with your "I'm begging you"?

B-Sol said...

Oh god, if I'm starting to resemble Cole, it's time to pack it in!!

Jigsaw said...

Are you crazy? The Saw franchise has got to be the best horror series ever!! You say you didn't like the sequels but you kept watching them all! If the second turned you against the series why watch anymore? When the latest installment is released....how long till you are lining up to go see it? If you hate it then I defy you now to never watch any of the sequels that will be released.Sooner or later you will give in as secretly you like them just like everyone else!!

B-Sol said...

Hmmm...that's a likely sentiment, coming from Jigsaw himself! I believe you are biased, sir.

chris zenga said...

That was wonderfull B!

The voice of reason for all to hear!

Later days,

Christopher

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