If you've been looking for some horror movies to revisit while isolating at home, Syfy has you covered this weekend as they're showing all of the Saw films.

On Sunday (April 26), they'll be running a marathon where you can see all of your favorite traps from across the series.

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The marathon is beginning bright and early so you'll want to set your alarm clock if you plan on catching everything.

It's kicking off at 830 AM ET and running close to midnight on Sunday night.

They'll be showing every single movie except for, unfortunately, the very first film that kicked off the series. It'll be capping off with the network premiere of 2017’s Jigsaw.

You can see the official schedule below.

  • 8:30am – SAW II
  • 10:30am – SAW III
  • 1pm – SAW IV
  • 3pm – SAW V
  • 5pm – SAW VI
  • 9pm – JIGSAW
More on Saw

Leigh Whannell as well as James Wan have snuck the infamous Billy puppet from the franchise into a number of their movies. Some people noticed Billy The Puppet cropping up in both Upgrade and The Invisible Man recently though.

Wan managed to sneak in a subtle reference to Annabelle in Aquaman which arrived in 2018.

According to Movieweb, Wan snuck the creepy doll into a scene near the beginning of the film for a very brief moment. They also asked him about the cameo but he skirted away from the question.

“I don’t know what you are referring to. [Laughs.] I have no idea what Easter Egg you are referencing here, if it’s an Easter egg… Maybe Patrick Wilson is really Ed Warren pretending to be King Orm? What can I say? I’d like to see that film, how about that?”

Further, Wan managed to pop Billy into his 2007 film Death Sentence. As noted by Bloody Disgusting, he also got the creepy puppet into Dead Silence as well as Insidious.

You can read more about the Easter eggs people have found here.

Are you excited about the marathon happening on Sunday? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

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