Saw X : Director reveals cops showed up at the house of film's editor, find out why
Saw X's director reveals that cops showed up at the doorsteps of the movie's editor.
Cops showed up at Saw X editor's door
The 10th installment of the gore franchise, Saw X has been getting a positive response by the fans and critics alike. Amidst this, an interesting trivia has been doing the rounds wherein director Kevin Greutert revealed that cops showed up at the doorsteps of the movie’s editor. The shocking incident however took a humourous note when we understood the context of it.
Cops showed up at the doorsteps of Saw X editor
In an interview with NME, Kevin Greutert revealed that cops showed up at the house of the editor of Saw X namely Steve Forn. The California police were called in by the neighbors who heard screams of someone being ‘tortured to death’ from Forn’s editing suite while the latter was working on the movie. He was specifically focusing on the scene wherein a character is tied up by Jigsaw at the risk of losing his eyesight if he does not complete the task at hand.
Saw X director Kevin Greutert recalls a trivia
Kevin Greutert said, “There was a knock at the door. We have the doorbell (camera) video of the police walking up, (Forn answering the door) and the police saying, ‘The neighbours (have been) calling and saying someone’s being tortured to death in here.’ And he was like, ‘Actually, I’m just working on a movie… You can come in and see it if you want?’ The cops started laughing! They said, ‘We want to but, you know, you’re all right. Greutert said that it was even funnier because Steve Forn is a very mild-natured guy.
He further went on to say, “It’s a pretty funny story…Plus Steve is such a mild mannered guy. I can only imagine the look on his face when he realised what was happening.” Talking about Saw X, it has Tobin Bell reprising his character of John Kramer aka Jigsaw. It also stars Shawnee Smith, Synnove Macody Lund and Steven Brand in pivotal roles.