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(63820) 5.8 92 min 2017

Jigsaw is a movie starring Matt Passmore, Tobin Bell, and Callum Keith Rennie. Bodies are turning up around the city, each having met a uniquely gruesome demise. As the investigation proceeds, evidence points to one suspect: John...

Starring
Hannah Emily Anderson, Tobin Bell, Callum Keith Rennie, Matt Passmore
Genres
Horror, Crime, Mystery, Thriller
Director
Michael Spierig, Peter Spierig

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Horror, Crime, Mystery, Thriller
Director Michael Spierig, Peter Spierig
Writer Pete Goldfinger, Josh Stolberg
Stars Hannah Emily Anderson, Tobin Bell, Callum Keith Rennie, Matt Passmore
Country USA, Canada
Also Known As Jigsaw: O Legado de Saw, Jigsaw: Mostenirea, Testere: Jigsaw Efsanesi, Σε βλέπω 8, Décadence: l'héritage, Saw: Legacy, Slagalica strave: Zaostavština, Jogos Mortais: Jigsaw, 奪魂鋸:遊戲重啟, Slagalica strave 8, Ha'massor 8, Pjuklas 8, ジグソウ:ソウ・レガシー, Testera: Zaostavština, Saw 8: Jigsaw, Jigsaw: Saw Legacy, Jigsaw: El juego continúa, Saw 8, Piła: Dziedzictwo, Fűrész: Újra játékban, Zāģis 8, Saw VIII
Runtime 1H 32M
Description 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 over 10 years.

Top reviews

Sunday, 21 Jun 2020 23:31

I can't quite figure out why many people are confused about what to make of "Jigsaw" - but that's what the film is. If you're a fan of Wes Craven's horror movies, or if you're just looking for a great horror movie, then check it out. If you're not a fan of horror movies, then don't bother with it. But for fans, it's probably the best that they'll ever see. "Jigsaw" is not one of Craven's best, but it's not one of his worst. For those of you who don't know about Wes Craven's work, "The Lords of Salem" is an excellent example of what he's done before. In "Jigsaw" he even turns it into a really great film. As for the movie itself, it starts out on a pretty slow pace, but then all hell breaks loose. John Freeman, a college professor, who's played by a great actor named Michael Myers, has a little boy who has a brother who's just died. He takes the boy to his home and dies in the next five minutes. The boy's mother decides to stay in the house until he's almost 20 and then goes to find John's brother. There she finds that he's gone and the man in the mask has taken over the little boy's life. The mask has put John's brother in a demented world, where he sees people's reflections and wants to see them die. With John gone, John and his family must find a way to kill the man in the mask and the mask's killers before the boy's brother dies too. The first half of the film doesn't really have a great story to tell, but then the film picks up and everyone in the house knows what's going on. Things start to get a little bit bloody and the film picks up. When it gets all all bloody and gory, the film becomes very enjoyable. The film is an excellent way to see the Wes Craven horror film tradition, and I don't mean just his previous movies. "The Lords of Salem" is not perfect, but it's worth checking out just for that reason. It's not a great film, but I think it's one of the best Wes Craven films I've ever seen. I recommend it to fans of his work, and fans of Wes Craven's work, or just horror films. If you're a fan of Wes Craven, then check it out. The film is well worth it.
Tuesday, 16 Jun 2020 18:00

At first the idea seems simple enough to go straight for the cheap movie marketing when these two talent are together and the bigger budget must have existed at the time (I'm not sure if it was actually even made) which is the main reason this movie went to the next level. The character of Jermyn is more than interesting and creepy and the story is strong but there is no blood and guts at all and the less said about the end of the movie the better. The slasher atmosphere is mostly also a problem and not only because of the limited budget. There is too many jump scares that at the same time are not scary at all and are too little or not scary at all. The gore is good but it is still too little and weak to be convincing. The violence does not really follow the typical slasher movie approach that it does not use violence in the regular story lines, especially after that it is more or less muted and uses more implied violence. It could be said that it is mainly done to satisfy the market and that in my point of view is a good thing but I think the payoff for the producers was too little and not enough. The small budget could have been used to better effect and to do a good job on the story and if the scriptwriter had done more time on it the movie would have been a much better example of the slasher genre. The script is fine but not brilliant and a little better it would have been. The visual and direction is good. The makeup is very good. And there is the result that makes this film worth the time but I guess this would be a pity. It is not as good as one expects from a slasher movie but it is enough for some good entertainment. I think the version I saw is the VHS with Spanish language and I can not understand at all the music score, the music and the video quality. It is not a major problem, the second or third time I watched it I watched it in Spanish and that did not help much. I also did not like the music at all. The main reason for the low rating I give is the fact that the murders and the kills are too few and not as much as they could have been but the director could have at least made it feel more alive. In the end I think the movie is worth the time but not so much as a great movie as a good horror movie.
Tuesday, 19 May 2020 18:38

Back in the early 90s when Stephen King decided to remake the 1970s slasher classic Jigsaw, I was more or less a rabid fan of the original. While King's remake has gained more attention over the years due to its dated nature and have been compared to Scream, there's really not too much that could compare to the original. The problem with King's remake isn't so much the fact that it wasn't good, as it's that the movie feels more dated and has a very dated feel to it. However, not all of that can be blamed on King, as he was able to bring the original to life with the help of some excellent special effects. Even though this movie doesn't look great and it does take a while to get going, it sure does entertain, especially for die hard fans of the original. What makes it work is how well it's done. The story is actually pretty solid and works well throughout. When you get to the part when Jigsaw is still attacking people, it's still very well written and very well paced. I actually found it a little more gripping as the story was a little more layered and the people being attacked kept you on the edge of your seat. The execution of the special effects is still quite good and it really does put you in the shoes of those in the shoes of the killers. One of the most effective things about the film is how well the special effects bring the killer to life. You really get a sense of how these killers are supposed to look like and they really do look like the killers in the film. The movies really doesn't take itself seriously, which I really liked, but it is only there for the thrill of the film. The movie does a good job at being very gory, with a decent amount of blood and gore and it really does well with that. The acting is also very good and I have to say that Johnathan Jackson really out does himself. I'd say that he did an excellent job at playing the part of the evil killer. Another standout performance is given by the lead actress Rachel Wiesz and she really brings a lot of emotion to the character. It's great how she can really get under the skin of the killer and really bring some emotion to the character. This film is a perfect horror film to pick up in the library and I have no doubt that it'll be a staple in my horror library. I think that people will really like this movie and it will get noticed for its awesome special effects and decent writing. I think that it will definitely be on the top 250 list and I think that it will be around #3 of the top 250 list. It definitely deserves a look if you're a King fan.
Tuesday, 21 Apr 2020 08:24

.that's not to say this is without some problems. The best way to describe this film would be as an exact copy of "The Stepford Wives" (the only example I can think of would be the twist ending of that film). The story is basically the same. There's a beautiful young woman being stalked by the killer who kills her on Halloween, as well as others at night. They say that this is the first film to capture the stereotypical way the killer is framed. That I don't know, but it's pretty clear that the "cops" that go after him just want to feed him "live television". The film is fairly intense in that sense, but it does lean towards the campy horror film with all the crazy outfits and outfits that would make you think they're getting paid for them. I mean, "Hostel" had a big budget, and a much more accomplished cast than this film, but it was a total letdown to me. Most of the things the actors do are ridiculous. There's a scene where they're dancing around in the dark and the lead actor gets stabbed at his neck, but he still can't do the "waltz" with his hands. Another scene is where they have to carry a girl who is stuck upside down on a rope into a certain part of the building, which the actors are in total darkness, but you can see the blackness of the ceiling. It's a terrible scene, that totally gives the movie away. It's also hard to tell who the killer is because, at the beginning, he's never shown; it's always the female lead. The entire film goes off the deep end with this twist. But all of these problems are not too bad for the picture overall. As stated before, the film leans towards the campy horror film. The killer doesn't seem like a real person in this film, and the story makes it look like he's doing it out of revenge. It's a little more understandable when you remember that the movie was made in 1982, and this particular killer was executed in 1979. It's almost like a film that was made in the 1980's. But then, the film is a little too calm with the violence, and not too violent at all. The dialogue can also be a bit over the top. I know that this was only the first film of it's kind, but you can clearly tell that it's saying something as it goes on. Overall, this is a pretty good, if not great, haunted house film. However, the film is a little too quiet, and so is the dialogue. But, in the end, it's pretty good. This film has an IMDb rating of 6.4, and a Rotten Tomatoes rating of 94%, which is an above average rating for the horror genre. But


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