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Doch der Mann, der auch Jigsaw genannt wird, soll seit mehr als einem Jahrzehnt tot sein. Aber wer steckt dann hinter den Morden? Ist einer. Horror. „Soll das ein Scherz sein: große Jagd auf einen Toten?“, fragt sich nicht nur Detective Halloran (Callum Keith Rennie), als Leichen. Vor 13 Jahren kam ein Horrorfilm in die amerikanischen Kinos, der das Genre nachhaltig beeinflussen sollte: Saw, entstanden unter der Regie.

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zum Trailer. Achter Teil der erfolgreichen "Saw"-Horrorfilm-Reihe, in der Mastermind Jigsaw zurückkehrt, um seinen ahnungslosen Opfern. Doch der Mann, der auch Jigsaw genannt wird, soll seit mehr als einem Jahrzehnt tot sein. Aber wer steckt dann hinter den Morden? Ist einer. Vor 13 Jahren kam ein Horrorfilm in die amerikanischen Kinos, der das Genre nachhaltig beeinflussen sollte: Saw, entstanden unter der Regie. Aufgrund dieser Änderung musste der Inhalt gekürzt werden. Forum Kommentare. Impulse TV-Serie, Ihr Mann beging später in einer Psychiatrie aus Schuldgefühlen Selbstmord. Halloween Kills News Streaming Specials Trailer Tagebuch. ChromeSkull: Laid to Rest 2. Halloran Raw Pro7 Maxx einen Verdacht gegen den Gerichtsmediziner Logan und Eleanor. Officer Palermo Shaquan Lewis While Jigsaw is a perfectly serviceable entry in the Saw franchise, it doesn't bear scrutiny on its own. IGN gave the film a score of 4. Retrieved October 26, If Logan was Jigsaw's first protege, as Logan helped design the reverse bear mask from the original movie, then how come he wasn't actually a Taboo Staffel 1 Stream of the first seven films, like, at any point. Step 2 of 2 How did you buy your ticket?

The seventh movie, however, giving in to the trend, at the time, of 3D was an absolute abomination. I said it in my review of the movie at the time, that I felt that the seventh movie was being actively sabotaged by the director, who was contractually obligated to make the film when, I believe, he was hired to direct one of the Paranormal Activity movies, which is what he wanted to.

And that's another thing, not only did the yearly releases hurt them massively, franchise fatigue set it, Paranormal Activity came out in and took the world by storm and, essentially, fastened the downfall of the Saw franchise.

The Paranormal Activity franchise ended up making a lot of the same mistakes. Yearly releases, diminishing creative returns, etc, etc to the point that that franchise is dead and gone.

I felt that if there was one thing that could bring the franchise back to some sort of prominence, to me, was taking a lot of time off, recharging the batteries and coming back to the franchise.

I think, conceptually speaking, you can't really do much with a franchise like this. Creatively, it is gonna have to be pretty much the same movie every time out.

They've already established the template of the elaborate and deadly traps that several characters have to progress through in order to come face to face with the mistakes of their past.

Mistakes that ended up leading to the deaths of innocent people. Blah, blah, blah, blah. If you've seen a Saw movie before, you know precisely what to expect.

Having said that, and I don't know what score I'm gonna end up giving this movie, as far as I'm concerned, this is probably one of the best sequels after the original trilogy.

Might actually be the best. I know that that's not actually saying much, since I didn't think that movies four through seven were good, but it is still worth pointing out.

I think the first thing that jumps out at me almost immediately is how good the film looks. I'm not saying that this is on the level of the Avengers but, for a Saw movie, the cinematography is quite clean.

It's obvious that there's still a lot of blood and gore, but the movie is at least somewhat pleasant to look at. And I mention this in comparison to, say, Saw 3D which, again, felt like it was being sabotaged from the inside out.

I think that look helps a lot, because it feels as if someone actually put in the effort to make it look nice and, really, those little things add up.

Having said that, like I said, conceptually speaking, there's no real difference from this movie to, say, the original franchise.

But, and the good thing is, that there's no real adherence to the original franchise. I mean, yes, the movie is a continuation of Saw 3D and John Kramer himself has been dead since the end of the third movie.

But, to me, they don't get boiled down in the mythology and incessantly adding nonsensical plot twists in order to extend the movie one more year. To me, this is a much more simplified movie and that's precisely what this needed to be.

Because if this was a movie that made you attempt to remember every minute detail of the previous entries, it would have been a disaster.

All you need to know is that John Kramer, supposedly, is dead and yet, somehow, there's someone, whether John Kramer himself or a copycat, killing people in the same way that Jigsaw himself did all those years ago.

The mystery is, again, much more simple this time and it's to the benefit of the entire movie. There's still the some legacy issues I've had with this franchise.

Ok, so, essentially, everything is happening in two different timelines. The scenes with Mitch, Anna and Ryan since those are the only ones whose name I can remember are all happening in the past, ten years or so, to be somewhat precise.

So the scenes where John Kramer actually appears are happening before the events of the first movie, hence he's not really actually dead, at least at this point.

Everything with Logan, the medical examiner, and Halloran, the crooked cop, is happening in modern times.

It is revealed that Logan, surprise surprise, is another Jigsaw protege who felt it was his calling to continue Jigsaw's legacy.

Logan was part of the game ten years ago, when Jigsaw saved him as he felt Logan shouldn't be punished for a simple mistake.

If Logan was Jigsaw's first protege, as Logan helped design the reverse bear mask from the original movie, then how come he wasn't actually a part of the first seven films, like, at any point.

Again, these are legacy issues. Logan is not the first protege where I've thought this. But, seeing as they don't attempt to muddy the waters, as it were, with added mythology, then they get a pass at this point in time.

I know I've mentioned this plenty of times before, but the simplicity was key for this movie. And I think that, for the most part, it worked. So, long story short, Logan is helping to precisely recreate the traps that Jigsaw put him in ten years ago in order to lead people to believe that Kramer wasn't actually.

Logan is using people attached to Halloran's cases that went bad for one reason or another. And, I'll be honest, while it's not exactly the most original twist in the world, I do think that it was cleverly handled.

Saw has always been a franchise that uses subterfuge in order to throw red herrings at you and this one is no different but, in my opinion, all things considered, the twist makes some sort of sense, which is something that I can't say for most of the other films in the franchise.

But, really, at this point in time, the real twist in a Saw movie is that there IS no twist. Essentially, with everything that Logan did, it meant that he had to have been like seventeen places at one time.

Perhaps maybe not at one time, but he had to do so much shit that it would be physically impossible for him to do it all on his own.

I'm certain, if there is a sequel, he'll have people working with him, but as it stands, there's still too much for him to do on his own.

And, once again, these are legacy issues. This has been a problem since the fourth movie. Every problem in this franchise, or every logic stretch you have to make, is solved by involving more and more people.

As far as the horror is concerned, it's precisely what you've come to expect from this franchise, there's plenty of blood and gore and, realistically speaking, that's what the people want.

There's obvious Saw devotees that love the world this franchise has created, but its lore so convoluted that the majority of people simply don't give a crap about it.

With that said, as I mentioned earlier, it does help if you, at the very least, watched until the third movie. That's all the knowledge this movie requires of you and, even then, it's not essential.

All you need to know is that Kramer is believed to have been dead. With that said, however, I don't feel comfortable calling this a good movie, because it's not.

It doesn't really do much that is that different from what we've seen before and original trilogy is better than this movie.

But its simplified approach to its story, gore and a clever twist make this a step in the right direction if this is going to be rebirth of the franchise.

It's not gonna compete with the Mandys or Hereditarys of the world, but this franchise still has its place in modern horror. This is a decent enough horror movie, which makes it better than it had any right to be, but I still wouldn't go out of my way to watch this unless you're a major fan or if you have Prime and need some solid gore in your life.

With that said, this is a movie that somehow feels outdated given where horror has gone since in the years that the franchise wasn't around.

That's not a complaint, but it is something worth noting. Jesse O Super Reviewer. Feb 02, This is the eighth film of the franchise, and so anyone who has obviously seen the previous movies before jumping into this one will recognize all of the same tricks, plot devices and typical twists, but still this installment is entertaining and coherent enough not to be a disaster.

Carlos M Super Reviewer. Jan 12, Saw V was the worst of the series, and Jigsaw is basically just Saw V again but worse. So, that's not exactly a glowing review.

But that said: I was anticipating the worst for the ending, but the climax actually wound up being pretty satisfying, or at least, satisfying enough to give me the "Not good, but better than I was expecting" feeling by the time the credits rolled.

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Best Netflix Series and Shows. As the investigation proceeds, evidence points to one suspect: John Kramer, the man known as Jigsaw, who has been dead for over 10 years.

Directors: Michael Spierig , Peter Spierig. Writers: Josh Stolberg , Pete Goldfinger. Added to Watchlist. From metacritic. Stars of the s, Then and Now.

Most Anticipated Horror Films of Must-Watch Modern Horror. Moives to watch. Share this Rating Title: Jigsaw 5.

Use the HTML below. You must be a registered user to use the IMDb rating plugin. Edit Cast Cast overview, first billed only: Matt Passmore Logan Nelson Tobin Bell Detective Halloran Hannah Emily Anderson Detective Keith Hunt Laura Vandervoort Anna Paul Braunstein Ryan Mandela Van Peebles Mitch Brittany Allen Carly Josiah Black Edgar Munsen Edward Ruttle Matt Michael Boisvert Lee James Sam Koules Melissa Troy Feldman Officer Palermo Shaquan Lewis Edit Storyline It has been over a decade since Jigsaw died.

Taglines: He's everyone. Edit Did You Know? After being cornered by Detectives Halloran and Keith Hunt, he claims that he must start another "game" in exchange for his own survival, and activates a remote trigger before it gets shot out of his hand; however, a shot hits Edgar in the chest and he collapses.

Elsewhere, five people — Mitch, Anna, Ryan, Carly, and an unconscious man — awaken inside a barn with buckets on their heads and chains around their necks.

A tape recording from John Kramer explains that they have all sinned and must sacrifice some blood to survive before the chains begin pulling them towards a wall of buzzsaws.

Most of the group survives by cutting themselves, except for the unconscious man, who awakens too late.

Their next test reveals that Carly is a purse snatcher , who accidentally caused the death of an asthmatic woman.

To save the others from being hanged , she must inject herself with one of three needles — one containing an antidote to a poison in her system, another one saline , and the last one acid.

She refuses, so Ryan stabs her with all three, killing her and saving the others. Halloran and Hunt investigate the discovery of corpses that appear to be the unconscious man and Carly, whose deaths fit John's modus operandi.

Halloran becomes suspicious of pathologists Logan Nelson and Eleanor Bonneville. Later, Edgar is abducted from the hospital, and his corpse is found inside John's grave when it is exhumed by the police.

Meanwhile, Ryan attempts to escape through a door with the words "No Exit" on it, but his leg falls through loose floorboards, and is ensnared by wires.

Another tape recorder reveals that he will be punished for breaking the rules and must pull a lever to be "set free.

Eleanor reveals to Logan that she is a fangirl of Jigsaw and has built replicas of many of his traps in her studio but now fears that this might incriminate her.

Hunt follows them and informs Halloran. Elsewhere, Mitch is revealed to have sold a motorcycle with a faulty brake to John's nephew, resulting in his death, and is tested by being lowered into a funnel with a spiral-shaped blade powered by a motorcycle engine inside.

He attempts to stop the blade by reaching a brake at the bottom of the funnel but is ultimately killed. Halloran finds a corpse appearing to be Mitch in Eleanor's studio and calls for her and Logan's arrest.

Logan convinces Hunt to let them go after telling him that the bullet which hit Edgar was fired by Halloran, whom he and Eleanor suspect is the new Jigsaw killer.

Eleanor deduces the game's location and she and Logan depart for the barn, with Halloran in pursuit. Meanwhile, Hunt finds jigsaw -shaped pieces of flesh in Halloran's freezer, further incriminating Halloran.

In the barn, Anna and Ryan are shackled to pipes at opposite ends of a room. John Kramer, apparently still alive, confronts them and reveals that Anna suffocated her baby and framed her husband , and Ryan caused his friends' death in a car accident.

For their final test, he leaves them a shotgun loaded with one shell and departs, saying that it is the key to their survival.

Anna tries to shoot Ryan, but the gun backfires and kills her. Ryan finds the keys among the debris, hidden inside the shell and destroyed in the blast; with no way to free himself, he is left to die.

Logan and Eleanor are ambushed by Halloran at the barn. Eleanor escapes, while Halloran is drugged by an unseen assailant.

Logan and Halloran awaken in collars rigged with laser cutters , and are told to confess their sins to survive. Halloran forces Logan to go first, and he confesses to mislabeling John's X-rays years prior, causing his cancer to go undiagnosed; despite confessing, Logan is apparently killed.

Halloran then admits to allowing criminals to walk free for personal gain and his collar deactivates. Logan is revealed to still be alive, and also the man who apparently died in the first barn game, which occurred ten years prior.

Logan then reveals that he framed Halloran as the new Jigsaw killer as revenge for releasing Edgar, who killed Logan's wife, and that he recreated the barn games using other criminals that Halloran let go as victims.

Saw 3D was intended to be the final Saw film. Gordon was a bit underserved There were several ideas [we] never quite figured out. But [I] don't want to say what they were, because you never know what might happen in the future.

After the intended conclusion, Lionsgate ceased making Saw films, while waiting to hear a pitch that they thought made it worthwhile to resurrect the series.

Jigsaw was conceived when writers Josh Stolberg and Peter Goldfinger, who had spent two years pursuing the opportunity to write a Saw entry, proposed their vision.

But it's still full of gore, that's for sure. It's got a really great mystery, and there are very interesting twists".

In October , production was confirmed to have commenced under the working title of Saw: Legacy. So when we were writing this film, the title read Saw: Legacy but it was never official or 'decided'.

On September 16, , Lionsgate released five posters to promote Jigsaw. He is Everywhere.

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How did you buy your ticket? View All Videos 8. View All Photos Movie Info. After a series of murders bearing all the markings of the Jigsaw killer, law enforcement officials find themselves chasing the ghost of a man who has been dead for over a decade, and they become embroiled in a new game that's only just begun.

Is John Kramer back from the dead to remind the world to be grateful for the gift of life? Or is this a trap set by a killer with designs of his own?

Michael Spierig , Peter Spierig. Josh Stolberg , Pete Goldfinger. Jan 9, Twisted Pictures. Tobin Bell Jigsaw, John Kramer. Matt Passmore Logan Nelson.

Callum Keith Rennie Detective Halloran. Hannah Emily Anderson Eleanor Bonneville. Mandela Van Peebles Mitch. Laura Vandervoort Anna.

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View All Critic Reviews Oct 21, There was just far too much gore in this one, although I liked the back story. They did it again with the surprise ending, this time I really didn't see it coming.

I would not watch again but it is an okay movie. Oct 12, So, Saw franchise, we meet again. Given that this the first review I post a review of this franchise on Letterboxd, I feel like I've got to go over my history with the franchise prior to getting into this review.

When Saw first came out in , I remember watching it in the theaters with my mom and aunt. I distinctly remember the theaters being packed and it seemed to be a movie that got over very well with the audience.

So, naturally, Lionsgate saw a cash cow that they could exploit yearly for some quick cash. And, of course, that's what they ended up doing.

Saw 2 released in theaters the year after, which I saw with a group of friends and, while it was a step down, I felt that it was still a highly enjoyable horror movie.

Fast forward a year later to Saw 3, which I thought was the best sequel up to this point. And, to me, that felt like the natural conclusion to the story that was established with the original movie.

To justify a yearly sequel, they kept coming up with more and more convoluted storylines, where Kramer had like seventeen different proteges that would end up betraying the last one when the last one messed up, somehow.

It was up its own ass something fierce. The yearly schedule also didn't help matters, given that by the time one film was released in October, they'd already had to be into pre-production for the sequel to meet the yearly release schedule.

This, obviously, led to creatively diminished returns as the movie just became a shell of its former self. Movies four, five and six lacked what made the original trilogy strong, even though six was still one of the stronger sequels post-original trilogy.

The seventh movie, however, giving in to the trend, at the time, of 3D was an absolute abomination. I said it in my review of the movie at the time, that I felt that the seventh movie was being actively sabotaged by the director, who was contractually obligated to make the film when, I believe, he was hired to direct one of the Paranormal Activity movies, which is what he wanted to.

And that's another thing, not only did the yearly releases hurt them massively, franchise fatigue set it, Paranormal Activity came out in and took the world by storm and, essentially, fastened the downfall of the Saw franchise.

The Paranormal Activity franchise ended up making a lot of the same mistakes. Yearly releases, diminishing creative returns, etc, etc to the point that that franchise is dead and gone.

I felt that if there was one thing that could bring the franchise back to some sort of prominence, to me, was taking a lot of time off, recharging the batteries and coming back to the franchise.

I think, conceptually speaking, you can't really do much with a franchise like this. Creatively, it is gonna have to be pretty much the same movie every time out.

They've already established the template of the elaborate and deadly traps that several characters have to progress through in order to come face to face with the mistakes of their past.

Mistakes that ended up leading to the deaths of innocent people. Blah, blah, blah, blah. If you've seen a Saw movie before, you know precisely what to expect.

Having said that, and I don't know what score I'm gonna end up giving this movie, as far as I'm concerned, this is probably one of the best sequels after the original trilogy.

Might actually be the best. I know that that's not actually saying much, since I didn't think that movies four through seven were good, but it is still worth pointing out.

I think the first thing that jumps out at me almost immediately is how good the film looks. I'm not saying that this is on the level of the Avengers but, for a Saw movie, the cinematography is quite clean.

It's obvious that there's still a lot of blood and gore, but the movie is at least somewhat pleasant to look at. And I mention this in comparison to, say, Saw 3D which, again, felt like it was being sabotaged from the inside out.

I think that look helps a lot, because it feels as if someone actually put in the effort to make it look nice and, really, those little things add up.

Having said that, like I said, conceptually speaking, there's no real difference from this movie to, say, the original franchise. But, and the good thing is, that there's no real adherence to the original franchise.

I mean, yes, the movie is a continuation of Saw 3D and John Kramer himself has been dead since the end of the third movie.

But, to me, they don't get boiled down in the mythology and incessantly adding nonsensical plot twists in order to extend the movie one more year.

To me, this is a much more simplified movie and that's precisely what this needed to be. Because if this was a movie that made you attempt to remember every minute detail of the previous entries, it would have been a disaster.

All you need to know is that John Kramer, supposedly, is dead and yet, somehow, there's someone, whether John Kramer himself or a copycat, killing people in the same way that Jigsaw himself did all those years ago.

The mystery is, again, much more simple this time and it's to the benefit of the entire movie. There's still the some legacy issues I've had with this franchise.

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