"Saw 3" Prologue to Piggyback "Crank"

by | August 25, 2006 | Comments

If you’re planning to go see Jason Statham‘s "Crank," and you like horror movies, we have some good news. If you’re going to see "Crank," and you don’t like horror movies … be sure to show up late to the theater.

Here’s Gareth from SKNR.net with a special report:

This is some great news for Horror Fans. Very exciting breaking news from Lionsgate. The first scene of the highly anticipated "Saw III" will be shown exclusively in conjunction with "Crank," which hits theaters September 1st.

This is the first time in Lionsgate’s history to preview an entire scene prior to its release and is especially unique due to the popularity of this highly acclaimed franchise.

The first scene of "Saw III" promises to be extremely gory and will be sure to shock viewers out of their seats. While we’re not allowed to reveal too many details, we do know that the scene showcases the first of Jigsaw’s games and will definitely satisfy fan’s craving for blood.

If you can’t wait to get a peak of what Jigsaw is up to next, make sure you run out to see "Crank" in theaters beginning September 1st. Remember to call and verify with your local theater that the exclusive "Saw III" scene will be shown with "Crank."

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