According to the good folks over at Arrow in the Head, Saw VI is apparently more than the rating boards of Spain can handle. The film has earned itself an X rating despite being wildly successful in all its other incarnations. What is it about Saw VI that has the Spanish MPAA's pantalones all in a twist? Did they get shipped an unrated cut? Or do they just like the idea of pairing it with Debbie Does Barcelona as a double feature? The craziest part of this whole story, in my opinion, is that the company that distributes the Saw films in Spain...is freaking Disney! Oh yeah, and Disney has pulled all its promotional material (television ads, posters, and the like) and is currently in a battle with the Spanish MPAA over the issue.