Saw VI

Saw VI poster
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $27,693,292Details
International Box Office $42,059,110
Worldwide Box Office $69,752,402
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $10,818,719 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $2,111,514 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $12,930,233
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Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics RottenAudience Spilled
Critics
37% - Rotten
Audience
55% - Spilled

Movie Details

Production Budget:$11,000,000
Theatrical Release: October 23rd, 2009 (Wide) by Lionsgate
Video Release: January 26th, 2010 by Lionsgate Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: R For sequences of grisly bloody violence and torture, and language
Franchise: Saw
Keywords: Serial Killer
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Horror
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction

DVD Sales: New Releases Are It

Four new releases reached the top 30 on this week's sales chart; however, they finished in the four top spots. Leading the way was Michael Jackson's This Is It with 1.51 million units sold and $24.22 million in consumer spending at retail. More...

DVD and Blu-ray Releases for January 26th, 2010

It's a soft week at the top, as the biggest release of the week is Michael Jackson's This Is It. There are a few other wide releases hitting the home market as well, but all the rest were box office disappointments of varying degrees. This Is It is a good movie and the DVD / Blu-ray are worth picking up, but they are not Pick of the Week material. For that we have to look to a smaller Canadian film, Pontypool, which earned excellent reviews while the DVD gets a rarely-awarded Puck of the Week. More...

International Details - Revenge Remains Popular

Arthur And The Revenge Of Maltazard fell out of the top five, but still did relatively well, earning $8.14 million on 2,198 screens in 19 markets for an early total of $23.58 million. In its native France it added $6.27 million on 925 screens over the weekend for a total of $17.57 million after two. This is not that much weaker than the original, which at this point had made just over $20 million in France. More...

International Details - Foreign Films are not Chicken

A number of international releases reached the top 30 this week, including Zweiohrkuken, a.k.a. The Chicken With Two Ears, from Germany, which placed sixth with $10.72 million on 839 screens in 3 markets. It made $9.39 million on 714 screens in its native market, which was easily enough for first place and more than twice what the original,Keinohrhasen, a.k.a., No Ear Hare, opened with in 2007. Keinohrhasen went on to earn $74 million worldwide, of which more than $60 million was earned in Germany. However, I don't think this film will have the same legs. That said, since it was written, directed, and stars Til Schweiger who was recently in Inglourious Basterds, it could earn see releases in more markets. More...

International Details - Healthy Imagination

The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus climbed into sixth place with $3.20 million on 764 screens in 6 markets for a total of $21.40 million after a month of release. The film opened in fifth place in France with $2.14 million on 234 screens, but that was for the full week. It cracked $10 million in Italy during its run with a total of $10.36 million, including $861,000 on 247 screens this past weekend. More...

International Top Five - Milestone for It

This Is It

This Is It saw its weekend haul fall 42% internationally, but it still stood on top with $29.50 million on 8,623 screens in 76 markets for a total of $129.23 million internationally and $186.24 million worldwide. The film reached $100 million internationally early in the weekend and could reach $200 million worldwide, perhaps before this weekend. The film held on well in Japan to remain in first place with $3.93 million on 322 screens for a total of $23.52 million. It also remained in first place in Australia with $1.74 million on 292 screens over the weekend for a total of $6.80 million. On the other hand, it was down 72% in the U.K. and fell to second place with $2.27 million on 486 screens over the weekend for a total of $13.61 million, also after two. More...

International Details - Not Taking Any Chances

Cloudy With A Chance Of Meatballs fell out of the top five but still earned $5.18 million on 2568 screens in 39 markets for a total of $52.45 million so far. This was only 31% lower than last weekend, with no major market openings. In fact, the film doesn't have another major market opening till it debuts in Australia at the end of the month, while it still has openings in Italy and Spain by the end of the year, and it doesn't end its run till early next year with openings in Germany and some midlevel markets. More...

Experiencing It

It was a tough weekend at the box office, then again, that's always the case when Halloween lands on a weekend. Halloween in one of the worst days at the box office; it's almost as bad as Christmas Eve. And at least with Christmas Eve, you have Christmas Day to look forward to. The overall box office was down 21.8% from last weekend to just $91 million; however, that was 3.5% higher than the same weekend last year. Year-to-date, 2009 remains well head of 2008 at $8.56 billion to $7.95 billion. More...

International Details - An Ugly Milestone

The Ugly Truth reached a major milestone over the weekend with $5.75 million on 2046 screens in 55 markets for a total of $102.27 million internationally. Its biggest market of the weekend was Spain, where it added $1.86 million on 360 screens for a total of $5.17 million. With a debut in Italy a few weeks away, it will likely fall sharply next weekend, but should have no trouble earning $200 million worldwide before its run is over. More...

Will It Have a Good Start?

This Is It got off to a record-breaking start, kind of, while the rest of the top five will be filled with holdovers over Halloween weekend. This weekend last year Halloween was on a Friday, while this year it is on Saturday, neither of which help the box office one bit. But it won't take too much for the number one film this year to top the number one film from last year, and the rest of the box office should follow suit. More...

Saw Still Seen But Paranormal More Active

We had three wide releases this weekend, and not one of them matched expectations. Additionally, last week's number one film fell dramatically at the box office. This led to an equally dramatic decline at the box office with overall ticket sales at just $116 million. This is 16% lower than last weekend, but more importantly 13% lower than the same weekend last year. Year-to-date, 2009 still has a 7.6% lead over 2008 at $8.43 billion to $7.84 billion, which is a lead that might be insurmountable at this point. More...

Weekend Estimates: Paranormal Activity Knocks Saw from its Throne

Over the past six years, the Saw Franchise has dominated the horror box office over Halloween, scoring four consecutive $30 million-plus openings. The last four episodes were also the top-grossing films for Lionsgate each year, helping the studio earn a solid 3% market share, after years picking up less than 1% of the total US box office. This weekend, however, the franchise took a body blow, thanks to a terrific guerrilla marketing campaign from Paramount that took Paranormal Activity to an estimated $22 million weekend in 1,945 theaters, and pushed Saw VI into second place with a disappointing $14.8 million (the worst opening weekend for the franchise). More...

Horror Likely to Be Seen the Most

It's the weekend before Halloween and among the three wide releases, there are two with a horror feel to them. (One is straight up horror while the other features Vampires.) Among the holdovers that should land in the top ten, there are three more horror or horror-like films, so there's a lot of competition for a rather narrow target audience. In comparison, last year there was only one such movie, and it didn't even come in first place. The level of competition will likely prevent the number one film this weekend from topping last year's number one film, High School Musical 3, but overall the box office should be a bit stronger this year. More...

2009 Preview: October

September ended with a thud, but at least there's good news. September has finally ended. Last month more movies missed expectations that topped them, which has put a cooling effect on the overall box office and that could hurt the business going into this month. October should still be stronger than last month, and since October of last year wasn't particularly great, 2009 should at least maintain its lead over 2008 going into the holiday season, even if it isn't as strong every single week. More...

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Cast

Tobin Bell    Jigsaw/John
Costas Mandylor    Hoffman
Betsy Russell    Jill
Mark Rolston    Erickson
Peter Outerbridge    William
Shawnee Smith    Amanda
Samantha Lemole    Pamela Jenkins
Caroline Cave    Debbie
George Newbern    Harold
Darius McCrary    Dave
Shauna MacDonald    Tara
Devon Bostick    Brent
Tanedra Howard    Simone
Melanie Scrofano    Gena

Production and Technical Credits

Costume Designer    Alex Kavanagh
Editor    Andrew Coutts
Executive Producer    Daniel Jason Heffner
Cinematographer    David A. Armstrong
Executive Producer    James Wan
Executive Producer    Jason Constantine
Executive Producer    Leigh Whannell
Executive Producer    Peter Block
Executive Producer    Stacey Testro
Casting Director    Stephanie Gorin
Production Designer    Tony Ianni
Co-Producer    Troy Begnaud
Screenwriter    Marcus Dunstan
Screenwriter    Patrick Melton
Composer    Charlie Clouser
Director    Kevin Greutert

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2009/10/23 2 $6,957,263   3,036 $2,292   $6,957,263 1
2009/10/24 5 $4,707,495 -32% 3,036 $1,551   $11,664,758 2
2009/10/25 4 $2,453,686 -48% 3,036 $808   $14,118,444 3
2009/10/26 3 $892,446 -64% 3,036 $294   $15,010,890 4
2009/10/27 3 $886,230 -1% 3,036 $292   $15,897,120 5
2009/10/28 5 $675,918 -24% 3,036 $223   $16,573,038 6
2009/10/29 6 $690,917 +2% 3,036 $228   $17,263,955 7
2009/10/30 6 $1,905,263 +176% 3,036 $628   $19,169,218 8
2009/10/31 5 $2,095,785 +10% 3,036 $690   $21,265,003 9
2009/11/01 7 $1,269,746 -39% 3,036 $418   $22,534,749 10
2009/11/02 6 $443,349 -65% 3,036 $146   $22,978,098 11
2009/11/03 6 $481,849 +9% 3,036 $159   $23,459,947 12
2009/11/04 6 $372,430 -23% 3,036 $123   $23,832,377 13
2009/11/05 6 $388,065 +4% 3,036 $128   $24,220,442 14
2009/11/06 10 $710,359 +83% 2,091 $340   $24,930,801 15
2009/11/07 11 $884,730 +25% 2,091 $423   $25,815,531 16
2009/11/08 13 $436,855 -51% 2,091 $209   $26,252,386 17
2009/11/09 11 $158,441 -64% 3,036 $52   $26,410,827 18
2009/11/10 12 $212,310 +34% 2,091 $102   $26,623,137 19
2009/11/11 14 $225,552 +6% 2,091 $108   $26,848,689 20
2009/11/12 12 $146,917 -35% 2,091 $70   $26,995,606 21
2009/11/20 - $33,302   178 $187   $27,610,840 29
2009/11/21 - $38,657 +16% 178 $217   $27,649,497 30
2009/11/22 - $19,916 -48% 178 $112   $27,669,413 31
2009/11/23 - $10,954 -45% 178 $62   $27,680,367 32
2009/11/24 - $12,925 +18% 178 $73   $27,693,292 33

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2009/10/23 2 $14,118,444   3,036 $4,650   $14,118,444 3
2009/10/30 6 $5,270,794 -63% 3,036 $1,736   $22,534,749 10
2009/11/06 11 $2,031,944 -61% 2,091 $972   $26,252,386 17
2009/11/13 20 $449,512 -78% 777 $579   $27,445,118 24
2009/11/20 33 $91,875 -80% 178 $516   $27,669,413 31

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
1/31/20103210,056 210,056$3,568,851$3,568,8511
2/7/20101279,010-62% 289,066$1,342,380$4,911,2312
2/14/20102844,755-43% 333,821$760,387$5,671,6193
10/31/20101646,466 582,821$348,030$9,148,88740

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
1/31/2010340,512 40,512$939,463$939,4631
10/17/2010188,451 87,133$109,781$1,762,19838

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