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The first film in the franchise not to be released on Halloween. This decision may be due to the fact that another horror franchise installment is being released at the same time - "Halloween Kills" (2020).


Second film in the franchise to be framed at 2.39:1. The first film to be framed in 2.39:1 was "Jigsaw" (2017).


The previous working title was "The Organ Donor".


Chris Rock is a fan of the "Saw" films and pitched the idea to Lionsgate. As a result, they made him both an executive producer and story writer.


Is the second film in the franchise to be framed at 2.39:1. The first film to be framed in 2.39:1 was "Jigsaw" (2017).


With theatres across the world closed due to the outbreak of Coronavirus (COVID-19), Lionsgate will be postponing the release of "Spiral: From the Book of Saw".


Is the first film in the franchise not to be released on Halloween. This decision may be due to the fact that another horror franchise installment is being released at the same time - "Halloween Kills" (2020).


Chris Rock is the second actor to write and star in a "Saw" film. The first is Leigh Whannell; he co-wrote and starred in "Saw" (2004).


Is the second film in the series to be framed at 2.39:1. The first film to be framed in 2.39:1 was "Jigsaw" (2017).


This is Darren Lynn Bousman's fourth time directing a "Saw" film. He previously directed "Saw II" (2005), "Saw III" (2006), and "Saw IV" (2007).


Is the first film in the series not to be released on Halloween. This decision may be due to the fact that another horror installment is being released at the same time - "Halloween Kills" (2021).


Among the Jigsaw crime board set up by Detective Banks, a picture of Obi Tate, a victim of "The Nerve Gas House" from Saw II (2005), is shown.


Chris Rock initially pitched the studio who put him in touch with producers Mark Burg and Oren Koules. They in turn contacted writer Josh Stolberg and told him to make it happen. He and co-writer Pete Goldfinger worked with Rock starting from his original setup he wanted to see what would happen if he/his character woke up handcuffed to a pipe and was asked to cut off his own hand to escape.


The two big influences besides the Saw films, were Seven (1995) and 48 Hrs (1982).


Det. Drury originally had a bigger role and a "horrific death" scene but they cut it out for being "too much." Other words used to describe the death and its practical effects include intense, gruesome, graphic, horrific, and mean-spirited -- and they cut it to appeal to a more mainstream audience. What a terrible goddamn choice.


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