USA, Canada
Crime, Thriller, Mystery, Horror
IMDB rating:
Peter Spierig , Michael Spierig
Callum Keith Rennie as Detective Halloran
Shaquan Lewis as Officer Solomon
Sam Koules as Melissa
Josiah Black as Edgar Munsen
Hannah Emily Anderson as Eleanor Bonneville
Matt Passmore as Logan Nelson
Michael Boisvert as Lee James
Clé Bennett as Detective Keith Hunt
Tobin Bell as Jigsaw / John Kramer
Storyline: Bodies are turning up around the city, each having met a uniquely gruesome demise. As the investigation proceeds, evidence points to one suspect: John Kramer, the man known as Jigsaw, who has been dead for ten years.
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SAW meets CSI
Fun to watch but it's definitely like watching decent quality produced TV shows like CSI with a tiny bit of intelligence, just enough to make Layman feel like they're smart. Enjoyable but not a masterpiece. Much better than part 7 which was just awful.

It was cool to see Scully back at what she does best...
Jigsaw Returns With a Vengeance!!!
I really enjoyed this new Saw movie. A good sequel and welcome addition to the series. It did feel very different than the rest of the series, though. The music, the traps, the nods and Tobin Bell helped it feel more like a Saw movie. Other than that, it felt like a horror version of Law & Order. It was better than most of the sequels in the series. The gore has been toned down a lot in this one, but that didn't bother me too much. There was one scene that I was so 'flabbergasted' that I felt like the last 11 years of my life were a lie. I was literally shivering with excitement during the last 5 minutes when they reveal the big twist, which was pretty cool.

Ten years after the death of John Kramer/Jigsaw, a new game starts up, baffling Detectives Halloran and Hunt. Their only suspect has been shot and put into a coma. Meanwhile, five people wake up in a barn in a new trap. Jigsaw wants them to confess their sins, using all sorts of new deadly traps. Forensic pathologists Logan Nelson and Eleanor Bonnville help the Detectives with their case and try to figure out where the new game is being played. If you've been a Saw fan from the very beginning, you will not be disappointed. I highly recommend JIGSAW!!!
Jigsaw? More like WishINever-saw
I've never been a huge fan of the Saw movies but this one was arguable one of the weaker ones (in terms of overall enjoyment). The first one was great, and so was the one that preceded this very movie. In a perfect world they would've just ended it there. The greatest movies that I've seen end just like a well-written book; with unanswered questions (so that they'll stay in our mind, long after we've consumed/watched them). That's where this movie went wrong. Instead of concluding the franchise with a little bit of mystery they'll turn this into a quick cash-grab. I can already foresee a seemingly endless deluge of sequels. I mean, they've already gone this far. It's not like they'll just come to their senses all the sudden.
big disappointment
i was really hyped for a new saw film. and it disappointed me in every possible way

-no gore, -no reference to previous characters, when we learn that amanda or Hoffman are the new disciples of kramer, we kinda have a meaningful introduction that comes from a previous movie. here the twist is obvious 10 mins into the movie -even jigsaw sounds weird, he speaks too freaking much, it looked like every time he spoke it was a dialogue made by an amateur, not in the nice mysterious creepy way as in the previous films. the robotic dialogue through the whole movie is almost cringe worthy -awful, obvious traps
people in agony who then die.
I think its one of the mystifying elements of modern life is that when I used to want to view people engaging in mutually consensual sex on film I had to go to the farthest corner of the DVD store, behind a curtain well away from prying eyes . It was private, creepy and clearly well hidden away from all decent folk.

On the other hand if I wanted to watch people chainsaw the heads off other people , gouge their eyes out ,torture themselves and basically portray acts that would have you sentenced for life , they were always displayed in a prominent position next to the counter where the smallest children could witness our enormous capacity to take pleasure in others pain.

Go figure!
WHAT Happened here? AWFUL

This movie is bad. There's no other way to say it. The acting is terrible, the direction is terrible, the script is terrible, the pacing is terrible and the "twist" and traps are all...you guessed it...terrible.

The original 7 SAW movies built a rich story of a man seeking a higher purpose for the relatively short time he had left on the planet. This story was woven with layer after layer of twists and turns that actually piggy-backed off of each other to leave the viewer with really good WOW moments...for instance:

When we find out that the victim with the key under his eye in SAW 2 was operated on by Dr Gordon, THAT MAKES SENSE...because Gordon WAS a surgeon. When we learn that Hoffman is also an apprentice, THAT MAKES SENSE because there is manpower required to move and hang victims that a bed ridden Jigsaw and 80 pound Amanda couldn't have.

This movie, introducing ANOTHER apprentice and giving ZERO reason why he's never mentioned in the SEVEN other movies is absolutely insane. I'm sure someone will point out "But, he was the guy who mixed up the X-rays!"...uh...OK...except, mixed up X-rays are never talked about in any of the SEVEN other movies...even in the later movies where we get the bulk of Kramer's story, we are told that he knew he had cancer and the reason he wasn't operated on is because his insurance denied him for "pre-existing conditions".

Another thing that drove me NUTS about this movie is this: when the people make it past the part where the chains are initially released from around their necks, they go right for the LOCKED DOOR...when the barn they're in is rickety as HECK and you can clearly see that the boards holding it together are quite far apart, old and could, most likely, be broken through with ANY of the farm tools that are just lying around. I mean, COME ON. They try and show, later, that old PigFace is stalking them, making sure that they finish the game but, at this point, there are THREE players still left, in relatively good shape and, if all of them grabbed an axe, Pick, shovel and broke through the side of the dang barn, they could take on whoever came at them together.

Also, the "new Jigsaw"...Jesus Christ. Please, PLEASE don't let this guy come back to the series...he's an awful actor, has a crap backstory and absolutely ZERO charisma. If he's supposed to be the guy to lead the series forward...wow. Just...wow.

Lastly...the traps are the reason that people watch these movies and the "traps" in this movie are utter trash. No originality. Not "cool". Not twisted. Just lame and more lame.

Please don't let these brothers anywhere near this franchise again. For the love of god.
Jigsaw is back!
Prior to watching 'Jigsaw', as part of my wanting to see as many 2017 films as possible during a much needed quiet period after five years of intensive, richly rewarding but at times stressful music college studying, the previous seven 'Saw' films were watched to know what to expect and having heard so much about the franchise.

The franchise is somewhat variable in quality, the problematic but very well done first film being the best and the best sequels being the second and sixth. The third film didn't do much for me, the fourth film left me on the fence while the fifth and 'Saw 3D: The Final Chapter' were severe let downs. Will go out on a limb, and am not sure how controversial an opinion it is, saying that after seeing 'Jigsaw' that it is generally one of the series' best and perhaps the best since the first.

'Jigsaw' is not perfect certainly and the problems here are apparent in the previous films too. The editing is sloppy. The characters are one-dimensional with incomplete character arcs. The story does have logic and credulity issues (like the rest of the 'Saw' films did, including the original), with a few strands not particularly well rounded off. The script, sometimes tight and intriguing while half-baked and cheesy in others, and the acting, with a chilling Tobin Bell and an assured Laura Vandervoort coming off very well and others being bland, are uneven.

However, 'Jigsaw', editing aside, doesn't look too bad at all, to me it's one of the better-looking 'Saw' films and a far cry from the shoddiness of 'Saw 3D: The Final Chapter's' production values. It's claustrophobic, elaborate and very atmospheric, with a creepy production design and some of the series' most polished direction helping a lot. The music is suitably eerie.

Despite its ridiculousness, the story is also edge-of-your-seat and highly atmospheric. There is genuine dread, some truly imaginative traps and kills and much of it throughout is disturbing and creepy. It's gruesome but not gratuitously or over-reliantly so. While structurally it's pretty much more of the same, there is enough freshness to stop 'Jigsaw' from feeling tired and like the series had run out of juice, a vibe that a few of the previous sequels gave off. The turns the film takes are clever if not exactly bold, and the spectacularly chilling ending is one of the series' best and most memorable, saying a lot seeing as most of the films do not have good endings (with the exceptions of the first, 'Saw VI' and this). Jigsaw himself still fascinates with enough of what sets him apart as a character.

Overall, Jigsaw is back in one of the series' better outings. 7/10 Bethany Cox
As a die hard Saw fan I enjoyed :D
As a die-hard Saw fan I was really hyped for the eighth installment. I had high expectations. Once I watched the movie, I realized: Do I like it? When the movie was half way through I did not understand most parts, but later I found out how the plot worked and stuff. The plot twist at the end is cool (not the best) and I did not see it coming. I was kind of disappointed though when I went home. Once in bed I started puzzling all pieces together end I found out the plot was actually pretty good! I liked the movie and it was fun to watch. It is not the best Saw movie, but A lot better than Saw 7 (Saw the final chapter). If you are a big Saw fan just like me, go watch it! You will probably like it :D
An Amazing Movie and Shocker
This movie had everything you would want in a horror movie, it had the correct suspense, dramatic elements, and the classic Saw elements that makes it unique to other horror movies. The ending of this great blockbuster left me saying, "Wow.." and wondering how long it took to compose this great masterpiece.

There have been a few minor mistakes and plot holes, such as the time when Ryan finds out that there is no escape for either of them when the key to his shackles are destroyed beyond use, the directors could've added something a little better to fill in that part. The CGI was also a little off, when Holloran's head was sliced apart, it looked as if it came out of a Resident Evil Movie.

In conclusion, I believe this movie was a good starter to kick off the new trilogy, bringing in new fans from a new generation.
"Bloody" Awesome !
I'm a huge fan of the Saw franchise & I never saw this coming a Prequel an a Sequel all rolled into one , my mind is blown away . Jigsaw is brilliantly written as they all are , the traps are especially good & the twist was incredible "spoiler coming" that we were watching a prequel game all along ! and the reveal of Jigsaw so we think he's alive ! my jaw was on the floor ! the 7 years has been worth the wait as Jigsaw exceeded my expectation .
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