This 'Saw 3D' Trailer Will Murder You

Pigman abductions will sky rocket.

The new trailer for Saw 3D makes a point of letting you know the film is in 3D. It's reminicent of a teaser for a theme park ride rather than a movie. There are a few gullible folks out in the world who might expect that saw blades will shoot out at their faces during the showing, and they're going to be sorely disappointed when that doesn't happen. Note: if you're looking for suicide by movie DO NOT count on Saw 3D.

Check out the trailer after the jump...

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