The 'Saw' franchise has become one of the biggest names in the world of horror, and now the franchise is gearing up for movie 10.
The as-yet-untitled 10th movie in the 'Saw' franchise will hit our screens just in time for Halloween 2023.
Horror site Bloody Disgusting says that while plot details are scant at this stage, fans can expect another grisly outing.
"Fans can be assured that the new film will capture their hearts – and other body parts – with all-new twisted, ingenious traps and a new mystery to solve," the site reported.
The website reported that veteran franchise director Kevin Greutert will return to the director's chair for the 10th installment, having previously helmed 2009's 'Saw VI' and 2010's 'Saw 3D'.
Franchise producers Mark Burg and Oren Koules told Bloody Disgusting "we have been listening to what the fans have been asking for and are hard at work planning a movie that 'Saw' aficionados and horror fans alike will love."
"Part of that is giving the reins to Kevin Greutert, director of 'Saw VI', which is still one of the fans’ favorites in the entire series," they added.
The franchise became a billion-dollar grossing franchise, and the director of the original 'Saw', James Wan, has gone on to become one of Hollywood's most successful directors, helming the 'Aquaman' films, 2015 blockbuster 'Furious 7', and 2021's horror masterpiece 'Malignant'.
The original 'Saw' was made for roughly $1 million dollars and quickly became a sensation upon release in 2004.
The franchise is famous for its gore and sadistic treatment of characters, and the franchise received a fresh spin in 2021 thanks to Chris Rock.
Rock was reportedly a long-time fan of the franchise, and successfully pitched producers on a new take on the franchise.
'Spiral' was released in the summer of 2021 to middling reviews, which has resulted in the franchise going back to the drawing board once again.
No word as of yet if the series' lynchpin Jigsaw will show up, but considering how marketable and iconic the character is, we wouldn't be surprised if he makes an appearance asking us if we want to play a game.