New horror movie is so gruesome viewers are being handed sick bags

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By James Kay

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The new Saw movie is apparently so gruesome that sick bags are being handed out in movie theaters.

Horror movies are an acquired taste as some people absolutely love their palms sweating while others can't stand the thought of being terrified in their own homes.

When it comes to choosing a horror movie to watch, the Saw franchise is usually a popular option - so popular in fact, that there are Halloween scare mazes and rollercoasters dedicated to it.

The latest installment - Saw X - might not be the sort of movie to unwind at the end of the day, as it's apparently making people pretty sick because of the gore.

Check out the trailer below:

As the tenth film in the Saw series, audiences have come to expect the gruesome and macabre.

But what's truly chilling is the news that at some screenings, the sinister Billy the Puppet will make an appearance, cycling around on a tiny tricycle right in front of the screens. That's pretty creepy, right?

The trailer for Saw X provides a sneak peek into the horrors that await. From a man forced to perform brain surgery on himself while strapped into a wheelchair without painkillers to another individual with ominous tubes affixed to their eyes, it's safe to say that Saw fans can anticipate the trademark gruesome challenges.

The film sheds light on the "untold chapter of Jigsaw's final games," with "Jigsaw" John Kramer venturing to Mexico in search of experimental cancer treatment.

Naturally, things don't go as planned, and when he discovers it's a scam, he can't resist setting up yet another game filled with "devious, deranged, and ingenious traps" - the hallmark of the series.

In terms of the series' chronology, Saw X unfolds between the first and second films, offering fans a deeper look into the twisted world of Jigsaw.

The sick bags have been confirmed on Twitter and they are suitably branded to ensure that anybody needing to chuck up their guts can have a reminder of what has put them in a state of unwell.

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Saw X is the 10th movie in the series and follows the Jigsaw killer. Credit: Anna Webber/Getty

Even some of the games advertised on the poster left people feeling a bit unwell, as one person penned on Twitter: "I kinda wanna see the new Saw but man I feel like I might be too squirmish about that eyeball trap. It does not look fun whatsoever."

A second person gave it a glowing review: "Oh no somehow SAW X accidentally ended up being the best movie in the franchise how the hell did that happen."

Will you be braving the movie or are you giving it a miss?

Featured image credit: Frazer Harrison/Getty

New horror movie is so gruesome viewers are being handed sick bags

vt-author-image

By James Kay

Article saved!Article saved!

The new Saw movie is apparently so gruesome that sick bags are being handed out in movie theaters.

Horror movies are an acquired taste as some people absolutely love their palms sweating while others can't stand the thought of being terrified in their own homes.

When it comes to choosing a horror movie to watch, the Saw franchise is usually a popular option - so popular in fact, that there are Halloween scare mazes and rollercoasters dedicated to it.

The latest installment - Saw X - might not be the sort of movie to unwind at the end of the day, as it's apparently making people pretty sick because of the gore.

Check out the trailer below:

As the tenth film in the Saw series, audiences have come to expect the gruesome and macabre.

But what's truly chilling is the news that at some screenings, the sinister Billy the Puppet will make an appearance, cycling around on a tiny tricycle right in front of the screens. That's pretty creepy, right?

The trailer for Saw X provides a sneak peek into the horrors that await. From a man forced to perform brain surgery on himself while strapped into a wheelchair without painkillers to another individual with ominous tubes affixed to their eyes, it's safe to say that Saw fans can anticipate the trademark gruesome challenges.

The film sheds light on the "untold chapter of Jigsaw's final games," with "Jigsaw" John Kramer venturing to Mexico in search of experimental cancer treatment.

Naturally, things don't go as planned, and when he discovers it's a scam, he can't resist setting up yet another game filled with "devious, deranged, and ingenious traps" - the hallmark of the series.

In terms of the series' chronology, Saw X unfolds between the first and second films, offering fans a deeper look into the twisted world of Jigsaw.

The sick bags have been confirmed on Twitter and they are suitably branded to ensure that anybody needing to chuck up their guts can have a reminder of what has put them in a state of unwell.

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Saw X is the 10th movie in the series and follows the Jigsaw killer. Credit: Anna Webber/Getty

Even some of the games advertised on the poster left people feeling a bit unwell, as one person penned on Twitter: "I kinda wanna see the new Saw but man I feel like I might be too squirmish about that eyeball trap. It does not look fun whatsoever."

A second person gave it a glowing review: "Oh no somehow SAW X accidentally ended up being the best movie in the franchise how the hell did that happen."

Will you be braving the movie or are you giving it a miss?

Featured image credit: Frazer Harrison/Getty