With the release of Jigsaw, the first film in the Saw franchise since 2010's 3-D farewell The Final Chapter, the studio is bringing back its long-running blood drive. While capitalizing on a movie that features an absurd amount of blood, the donations collected from 2005 to 2009 saved about 360,000 lives.
Those who donate blood at an official site in October will receive a free ticket to Jigsaw, which opens October 27. Currently, there are no restrictions on blood types or history, though you will likely need to answer a few confidential questions with a nurse when you arrive.
Lionsgate has also released several posters featuring nurses from the film to promote the blood drive, which runs until October 24. Check JigsawBloodDrive.com for dates, times and locations.