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  • Actors: Tobin Bell, Costas Mandylor, Mark Rolston, Betsy Russell, Shawnee Smith
  • Directors: Kevin Greutert
  • Writers: Marcus Dunstan, Patrick Melton
  • Producers: Daniel J. Heffner, Gregg Hoffman, James Wan, Jason Constantine, Kaleigh Kavanagh
  • Format: AC-3, Dolby, DTS Surround Sound, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Region: Region A/1 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 2.35:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: Unrated (US MPAA rating. See details.)
  • Studio: Lions Gate
  • DVD Release Date: 26 Jan. 2010
  • Run Time: 90 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (81 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00275EHGE
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 224,271 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)



The slightly disappointing commercial returns for Saw 6 may have been grabbing the headlines when the film made its cinematic bow in October 2009, yet this clouded another factor about the movie itself: that it was the best Saw feature for some time.

Granted, the film does have an overriding feel of business as usual, and Saw VI isn’t shy about tying itself close to the hallmarks of the series thus far. So we get no shortage of gore, a collection of new traps for the latest unsuspecting victims to do battle with, and the influence of Tobin Bell’s Jigsaw still firmly felt.

In Saw VI though, it holds together a little better than we’ve been used to seeing. This time, we get Special Agent Stahm going up against Detective Hoffman, the latter of whom is very much trying to build on the legacy of Jigsaw. It’s not the deepest of premises, but it works, and the film ties in just enough plot intrigue to get you to the end. Plus, the set piece sequences work well, and while the editing style is still a little too fractious, the end result is a real improvement, and an effective horror movie. Inevitably, though, episode seven of the series is on the way…! --Jon Foster

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21 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Dr Evil TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 22 Dec. 2009
Format: DVD
With Special Agent Stahm (Scott Patterson) dead, the sinister Detective Hoffman (Costas Mandylor) has emerged to carry on Jigsaw's murderous work. With the FBI drawing ever closer to maniacal Hoffman, the detective is cornered into setting yet another gruesome game in motion: a blood-drenched pursuit that will finally shed light on the really reasons behind Jigsaw's grand scheme.

This sixth instalment provides all of the graphic violence, imaginative and sick traps and some shocking twists, as you'd expect from the series and also gives a lot more background into Jigsaw's life and some of the reasons why he does what he does. Hoffman is more twisted and evil than ever, some characters return as well as new ones introduced. This is a good, entertaining horror that any fan of the series will love, however I did find that the new characters weren't all that great. For example, the unfortunates who are on the roundabout trap are in the film for, what - 30 seconds before meeting there possible demises, so I didn't really care one way or another who would live or die. Other than that, this is a great addition to the series, the gory special effects are excellent and truly stomach-turning, the story digs even deeper into the over plot of the six films (and leaves lots of loose ends for another sequel) and the action is as exciting as ever.

Overall, although this isn't the best in the series, if you've seen the other films then I definitely recommend watching this, if not though I imagine that this film won't make a lot of sense so you should go back to the brilliant start.
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Format: Blu-ray
Saw VI is a bit like walking into a favourite restaurant, having the waiter approach you and say "Would you like the menu?" and saying "No thanks, just bring me what I had last time...but I'm hungry, so more of it."
Since SAW 4, the series has been stuck in a bit of a structure rut. Saw, Saw 2 and Saw 3 all felt like very distinctive films. Saw was largely a police procedural set around the tale of 2 guys stuck in a room together. Saw 2 upped the ante with a house full of seemingly unconnected but terrified people roaming free and trying to solve riddles to escape. Saw 3 had a doctor and her husband trapped in a struggle to save Tobin Bell's Jigsaw killer AND face his tests. Saw 4 onwards has largely just been 'lots of people/ 1 person/ trapped in a remote location trying to work through a series of traps in the building while the Police try to figure out who's taken over Jigsaw's legacy.
Luckily Saw VI rises above the relative blandness of 4 and 5, with a stronger storyline and some good acting.
The opening shocker is brutal and nasty, and the plot makes smart, efficient sense.
While some of the traps may seem a bit underwhelming, the film makes up for them with a good turn from Peter Outerbridge. Costas Mandylor is decent as Hoffman, and Tobin Bell gets perhaps his best moments as John Kramer/Jigsaw in ages.
It's nasty, well made and satisfying, but it's a dish you've eaten before. If you can deal with that, it's worth getting.
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12 of 15 people found the following review helpful By A. C. Mccormick on 10 April 2010
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This is perhaps the best in the series since the original. The always-reliable Tobin Bell is back for another round of flashbacks as Jigsaw, and steals the show in the few scenes he has. Costas Mandylor is also excellent, but the true star of the film is Peter Outerbridge as slimy health insurance executive William Easton.

The basic plot of the film is as follows: after Agent Strahm meets his sticky end, Jigsaw's successor Detective Hoffman (Mandylor) carries out one final game for his deceased mentor in the shape of William. William is thrown into a series of traps and must decide which of his employees live and which of them die, symbolising the decisions he makes when reviewing his clients' insurance applications. Meanwhile, Hoffman works alongside Agent Erickson (Mark Rolston) to determine if the secretly-framed Agent Strahm is in fact behind the latest Jigsaw killings, while Jigsaw's ex-wife Jill (Betsy Russell) has an agenda of her own in carrying out the puppet-master's will...

The traps, though not an important part of the films for me, are extremely clever and ingeniously designed, with strong direction by Saw veteran Kevin Greutert, a world away from Darren Lynn Bousman's acid trips of filmmaking in Saw IV. In fact, there is one trap at the end which may well be my favourite scene of the series...

The film is all at once disgusting, shocking, emotional and genuinely surprising, with an astonishing pace and phenomenal editing and along with Charlie Clouser's score ensures that the viewer is left exhilarated, enthralled and maybe even a little moved long after the credits have rolled; and, of course, eagerly anticipating the next instalment, as this one ends on a cliffhanger the size of The Italian Job.
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Just the other week i bought all the SAW Films, i watched them non stop all day, i love the suspense and twists closing in at the end of all of them, there is no difference between them they all gave me the same amount of Blood/Guts and suspense. I had a lot of bad things to say about all the saw films other than 1 + 2 because of what other people had said about them, even though i had never watched them all. But putting aside that judgement i made of them, every one of them is unique, they follow a very confusing yet understandable story and for that i give this a 4. Good if you watch all of them in one go :)
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