From the chainsaw manager’s book of posts, look at the scene the MPA forced him to cut

Every entry in saw The franchise was even more gruesome than the previous one, which includes the latest entry, Spiral: From the Saw Book. One scene was so intense that director Darren Lynn Bosman almost cut him off from the movie altogether, with the theatrical release instead showing just a few frames from the encounter. Bousman recently took to social media to share a photo of the sequence, which only offered a glimpse of the disturbing makeup effects, while also describing how the scene was originally set. He also shared his hopes of getting a better look at the spectacle in all its glory.

“I’ve always had issues with the MPAA. Nothing more than that at the time [sic] fourth saw Movie. So, a lot had to go in order to get this thing in theaters… I worked with a major influencer artist [Francois Dagenais] For a decade plus now… It pains me that many will never see some of the crazy work he did in this movie,” Bosman commented on the post. There was a whole sequence shot where the killer took a knife to peel all the skin off the body. It was very intense. Cut the skin, muscle, and fat to expose the skeleton. It was a technical thing. In the end only a few seconds remained in the final cut. Fortunately, no one was more vocal than the producer [Oren Koules] With MPAA and fight tooth and nail to preserve every frame we can. Perhaps at some point they will allow me to part with the very tough cut … One can dream! “

Bosman previously explained that one scene that was cut was not only profoundly intense, but also not up to his mark.

“One of the scenes that had to go, it was a violent one, I can’t go into what it is and I’ll tell you why: when I made Fourth sawYou set a trap and used parts of it saw the fifth. So there is a possibility that they will continue to use it, but we did a scene with Samuel L. But the reality was [writer] josh [Stolberg] It was that day, it didn’t work, it was kind of funny but inadvertently funny. It just didn’t work. I made the stupid mistake of telling people this once and it became a tradition, “We want to see it in the director’s cut!” No, no, you don’t want to see him, believe me. There are a lot of things you don’t want to see. He’s not in the movie for a reason. But there was a scene that was really violent and badly comedic at the same time.”

Stay tuned for details about the future saw Franchise business.

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