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Saw 3D [DVD]

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  • Actors: Tobin Bell, Costas Mandylor, Betsy Russell, Dean Armstrong, Chad Donella
  • Directors: Kevin Greutert
  • Format: PAL
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Classification: 18
  • Studio: Lionsgate
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (208 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0049EO11W

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I'm guessing if you are looking to buy this 3D blu ray you are highly likely to be aware of what the saw franchise is about, so this review is mainly going to be based on the quality of the presentation.....

First the film - as with all the SAW movies the deaths are gratuitous & plentiful with the wooden acting that has become a staple of the later SAW films (1 & 2 were actually quite well acted!) this is mainly due to the no name actors - I don't mean this to offend them..... But they are not household names if you know what I mean ;) the budget has been put into the wonderful contraptions which is definitely evident! The plot is actually not that bad tbh and the ending was actually pretty well thought out, though I saw (lol) it coming a mile away everyone else that watched it with me didn't - so was a twist ending on the rule of averages!

The 3D presentation via a 4K upscale on a 55" tv was not too bad - depth was good, but not too gimmicky which surprised me a little, I thought there might be more things poking out towards the viewer!!! I did find that there was a weird purple/green tinge in some scenes but it was not too distracting. The movie is presented as 1:78 which means no black bars at top or bottom which I prefer for 3D playback as it helps immerse the viewer a little more than 2:35.

Sound as always on a blu ray with an uncompressed 7.1 sounded awesome :)

I gave the overall package a 3 out of 5 - an ok late night horror flick with average to good 3D..... Recommend a view especially for under a fiver!!!!
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Don't be fooled into thinking that this is just another film in a seemingly endless franchise built around twisted kicks from gruesome (and very bloody) torture!

This is by far the most plot-heavy horror film series ever. It’s no exaggeration to say that you stand absolutely no chance of understanding the later films in the franchise without having seen the earlier ones. Flashbacks (and forwards) are aplenty and often seen from a different characters perspective (rather than just the original shot). I believe there's 12 characters in this movie alone who are recurring characters from previous movies. Many of them only having played minor parts in those.

By no means am I saying this film contains Oscar winning performances or perfectly written scripts (the franchise has its fair share of cheesy moments). But this is definitely one of the better Horror series to have hit screens in the last decade.

I personally recommend taking the time to re-watch the entire series from the beginning with only a matter of days between each film (preferably less). This way you will hopefully be able to fully appreciate the effort that has gone into making this one of the most complex film series around. Think Lost (The series) with much more gore!

Although this film closes the series nicely, I doubt this is the last we will see from Jigsaw...
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By S. Broadbent TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 11 April 2015
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I enjoy the Saw series and i am also a big 3D fan.
The 3D effect in this film is stunning, it leaps out of the screen at you and this really adds to the gruesome goodness.
The acting is excellent and the story is exactly what you should expect from a Saw film.
A must buy for 3D horror fans.
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Format: Blu-ray
After blowing his cover and suffering horrific injuries in Saw VI, Hoffman is now a fully fledged psychopath. The plot focuses on his revenge against Jill Tuck, who is seeking immunity from Internal Affairs agent Gibson. Meanwhile, a Jigsaw survivor becomes the final pawn.

Teeth pulling, electrocutions and hangings all add to the nastiness. And there's a brilliantly original scene with a car. The trap count is the highest ever, but the story does suffer as a result. The public display, ironically involving Saws, has no relevance to the story or overarching plot. And it's hard to imagine anyone caring enough to go to such extreme lengths. Every single trap has served a purpose, even if they were linked together in later films. Being the last chapter, no such luxury is enjoyed here. The visual style of the series is also sacrificed for the 3D effect; the fast edit style being replaced by masturbatory close ups.

The long awaited return of Lawrence Gordon is also criminally held back. He features in just a handful of scenes. While the impact is satisfying, it seems like this has been lazily stitched together from fan theories. In fact Gordon's motivations are hazy at best, and his relationship with Jigsaw is hastily established. Worst of all, Tobin Bell appears in just one full scene. Yes, he's dead, but the man is the very essence of Saw, commanding every scene, and deserved a far better tribute than this.
Saw 3D leaves room for a sequel, and it feels undercooked in places. Disappointing.
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I've never seen a horror in 3D yet so it was awesome! A well-made 3D, the ending was unexpected (as I expected from a Saw film, actually) And the whole pace of the film was good too. The only downer was that the blood looked fake in the first killing scene but other than that, an overall good Saw film.
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Okay so we are back to the blood and grisly scenes again, but now I'm glad its over, Some movies should stop before they go to far and spoil it with so many. The suspense is still there and the mystery is still lingering but they have so much in common. The last one is telling you I can't think of any more ideas, The plot is survivors from the past have got to depend on each other if they are going to survive in this chilling chapter, Plenty of ideas, as how to kill everyone some are different and if you like these they are yours for the taking. Mind blowing and at last the finish of a suffering man. Excellent entertainment for the strong and hearty horror fans. Cast did the great job of living out their roles and story was fabulous, I rated this an A grade so now you be the judge and watch for yourself, so go and collect the munchies and retire to the chair and put your feet up. make sure its a dark and windy night for the extra effects, Enjoy.
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