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Serial killer Jigsaw locks a group of eight unlucky people in his booby trapped shelter and they must find a way out before they inhale too much of a lethal nerve gas and die. But they must watch out, for the traps Jigsaw has set in the shelter lead to death also.
We Dare You Again...
Also Known As:
Title: Saw II
Release Date: October 28, 2005
Runtime: 93 mins
All Genres: Horror, Mystery, Thriller
Country: USA, Canada
Sound: DTS, Dolby Digital, SDDS, DTS
IMDB Rating: 6.8
Buried.com Rating: 7.8 - (Rate This Horror Movie at Buried.com)
Category: Horror Movies Starting With S
MPAA Rating: R
MPAA Rating Reason:
Rated R for grisly violence and gore, terror, language and drug content.
Darren Lynn Bousman
Tobin Bell ...Jigsaw / John
Shawnee Smith ...Amanda
Donnie Wahlberg ...Eric Matthews
Erik Knudsen ...Daniel Matthews
Franky G ...Xavier
Glenn Plummer ...Jonas
Emmanuelle Vaugier ...Addison
Beverley Mitchell ...Laura
Tim Burd ...Obi (as Timothy Burd)
Dina Meyer ...Kerry
Lyriq Bent ...Rigg
Noam Jenkins ...Michael
Tony Nappo ...Gus
Kelly Jones ...SWAT Member Pete
Vincent Rother ...SWAT Member Joe
Linette Robinson ...Mother in Cancer Ward
Gretchen Helbig ...Nurse in Cancer Ward
Kofi Payton ...Boy in Cancer Ward
John Fallon ...Video Techie
Ho Chow ...Security Officer (as Ho 'Oyster' Chow)
Conrad Coates ...Additional Voice Talent (voice)
James Gallanders ...Additional Voice Talent (voice)
Sam Malkin ...Additional Voice Talent (voice)
Robin Ward ...Additional Voice Talent (voice)
Daniel J. Heffner
Darren Lynn Bousman
Saw II Horror Film Trailer 1
Saw II Horror Film Trailer 2
"Irresponsible Hate Anthem"
"Sound Effects and Overdramatics"
"Burn The Witch"
"Forget To Remember"
More Movie Taglines:
- We Dare You Again...
- New game. Different pieces.
- Oh, yes. There will be blood.
- Das Spiel geht weiter... (The game continues)
- Eric Matthews: Where to now?
John: Hello Michael, I want to play a game. So far in what could loosely be called your life you've made a living watching others. Society would call you an informant, a rat, a snitch. I call you unworthy of the body you possess, of the life that you've been given. Now we will see if you are willing to look inward rather than outward to give up the one thing you rely on in order to go on living. The device around your neck is a death mask. The mask is on a spring timer. If you do not locate the key in time the mask will close. Think of it like a venus flytrap. What you are looking at right now is your own body not more than two hours ago. Don't worry, you're sound asleep and can't feel a thing. Taking into account that you are at a great disadvantage here I'm going to give you a hint as to where I've hidden the key, so listen carefully. The hint is this... It's right before your eyes. How much blood will you shed to stay alive, Michael? Live or die, make your choice.
Kerry: It's not live.
John: Greetings... and welcome. I trust that you are all wondering where you are. I can assure you that while your location is not important, what these walls offer for your IS important... salvation, if you earn it. 3 hours from now the door to this house will open. Unfortunately, you only have 2 hours to live. Right now, you are breathing in a deadly nerve agent. You've been breathing it since you've arrived here. Those of you familiar with the Tokyo subway attacks will know its devastating effects on the human body. The only way to overcome it and walk out that door is to find an antidote. Several are hidden around this house. One is inside the safe in front of you. You all posess the combination to the safe. Think hard... the numbers are in the back of your mind. The clue to their order can be found "over the rainbow". Once you realize what you all have in common, you will gain a better understanding of why you're here. X marks the spot for that clue, so look carefully. Let the game begin.
John: It's The Last House on the Left...
- Was shot in 25 days.
The advertising posters for the film had to be recalled on orders from the MPAA because the two severed fingers forming the "II" in the posters did not meet guidelines for film advertising. The new poster makes it more obscure. Also, posters had listed the film as being rated R when at the time the film still hadn't gone before the MPAA for a rating.
This film originally came from a script by the director Darren Lynn Bousman which was called "The Desperate". After trying for years to get it made but being told repeatedly that it was too violent, finally a company wanted to do it because they suspected Saw (2004) which was becoming a hit at Sundance might blow out big and they wanted to capitalize on its success. Some producers even described Bousman's script as "too Saw-ish". Just before he was about to close a deal to make the movie, Saw (2004) opened huge at the box-office and the next day he received a call, and the producers asked if he could change it around to "Saw 2". Leigh Whannell (who wrote the first "Saw") was then brought on a little later to help Bousman with creating his original idea into a proper sequel to Saw (2004).
In the very first scene, Darren Lynn Bousman is playing jigsaw when he is putting the key in Michael's eye.
It took around 120,000 syringes to complete the needle pit sequence.
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