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  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (154 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B004IADA0U
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 133,302 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Manufacturer: Lionsgate UK

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By William Mason HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWER on 17 May 2015
Format: DVD
This is the sixth and final sequel in the enormously successful Saw franchise of horror films.
Jigsaw is a deceased serial killer, who's method of madness was to abduct victims and give them a terrifying choice. They could either take part in the most depraved and vile tests of physical and psychological endurance, and survive, or else fail the tests and die. After Jigsaw's violent end in one of the earlier sequels, two of his followers, namely his surviving wife Jill, and a deranged cop, Detective Mark Hoffmann, took up the reins of the terror campaign and continued to ensnare and torture victims, using the sadistic and cruel techniques devised by the deceased killer.
Here, a group of emotionally scarred Jigsaw survivors gather together to seek counselling support from a self-help guru and co-survivor, Bobby Dagen, who's becoming a bit of a T.V. celebrity. Meanwhile, Detective Hoffmann is still at large, and a new police investigator, Matt Gibson, is assigned to help track down the rogue maniac cop. The widow Jill, who isn't under suspicion with the authorities, plots to help Gibson bring down Hoffmann, in an effort to swerve the investigations away from her own wrongdoing. It's not long before Dagen and his wife are imprisoned in one of Jigsaw's booby-trapped lairs, and Dagen is then given just one hour to survive some more sadistic and gruesome game playing, or else he and his wife will die...
This horror flick sticks faithfully to the tried and tested formula of the earlier sequels. The demented Hoffman continues to snatch carefully targeted victims, reprehensible individuals including fraudsters, rapists, sex offenders and other malignant souls. He then compels them to endure the most arduous tests of their physical and psychological limits, as the only way to avoid death.
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Format: Blu-ray
Detective Matt Gibson chases psychotic Detective Hoffman while Jigsaw's widow Jill tries to kill him as assigned by her husband.

However he escapes and Jill meets Gibson and offers to sign an affidavit listing the murders committed by Hoffman.

In return, she requests protection. Meanwhile, Jigsaw survivor and leader of a support group Bobby Dagen is abducted with his wife and friends and forced to play a mortal game to save himself and his beloved wife.....

So it's finally the end of the saga, there have been some good movies (1,2,6) and some awful ones (3,4,5), and the final one fits somewhere in the middle.

The 3D is awful, so don't bother, and the other thing that really bugged me was just how over the top they went with he gore. In some scenes it gets to the point where the bodies are literally wobbling they look that fake.

The sub-plot involving the 'survivor' is really well done, its just he is wearing way too much make up and looks like a cut price Edward Norton.

Tobin Bell pops up briefly, and Mandylor look as constipated as ever. The acting is horrible in this, and there are some people who are almost corpsing its that bad.

Elwes saves the show, and the legacy comes round full circle at the end.

Plot holes aside (how on earth did they get that opening set up in the middle of a busy street without anyone noticing?) it's an okay end to an okay series of films.

But when you watch the first movie and compare it to this, you realise how absurd that movies have become.
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By LKC on 26 July 2013
Format: DVD
The final chapter wasn't my favourite Saw movie, but it was still alright and very well planned out.
But the thing I want to mention was the ending. That ending was significantly fantastic, it is now one of my favourite horror movie endings, and believe me, usually horror movies end with the killer dead, and the main character and his boyfriend/girlfriend hugging and all that, but this ending was different, this ending gave the feeling of feeling epic, and take my word most of the movie might not be that exciting, but you just wait until the end, as (SPOILER ALERT)

Dr. Gordon comes back to make Johns final request happen, and that the fact he hasn't been reappeared since the first Saw, he decides to put Hoffman through the pain that Adam had to go through, and (My favourite bit of the whole franchise) when Hoffman is reaching for the saw to grant him his freedom, Gordon picks up the saw taking one good look at it and says to Hoffman "I don't think so" and throws the saw like a Frisbee right out of the bathroom leaving Hoffman helpless.

And, the end the final chapter, Gordon limps through the door, switches off the lights, and like every great saw movie, the line of truth happens and Gordon says "Game over", and that ladies and gentlemen is game over.

I would've gave this three stars or two and a half, but believe me, it is worth it when you get to the end and watch the last five minutes of it.
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Format: DVD
And there we have it, the end of an era, a great film franchise that was thoroughly entertaining since its original release. But as with other horror titles, where there's a final chapter, a new beginning has usually followed.

The makers had a lot to cram in to this 90 minute edition, as it was the last. So many questions needed answering and so little time. In the past they could have decided to leave out some of the whys and whens until the following sequel, but not now, it all had to be tied up, and the film suffers for it at times as a montage of events takes over as you try and take it all in.

The traps are as good as ever, with one or two cringe worthy moments, but alas, we've seen it all before, the gore, the blood, the violence and any further sequel would have seemed repetitive. When you start to laugh at people who are being killed you know it's time to call it a day, and at times in this edition the fake blood seemed very fake indeed, unlike previous splashings.

Still great entertainment and more unexpected turns, but in a ludicrous sort of way. You must 'see saw' from the original for yourself to appreciate its true value, but should a new beginning emerge it must contain new characters, new locations and a new concept.

Game Over?
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