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The most twisted, gruesome and successful horror franchise in the world comes to a close in Saw: The Final Chapter. A deadly battle rages over Jigsaw's brutal legacy as a group of Jigsaw (Tobin Bell) survivors gather to seek the support of self-help guru, and fellow survivor, Bobby Dagen (Sean Patrick Flanery). Soon though, the survivors really must help themselves as Dagen's dark secrets unleash a new wave of terror...
Saw: The Final Chapter brings the horrifying games of Jigsaw to life like never before, psychologically testing the viewer as Jigsaw does his victims.
The time has come for all to witness the final act of a legend
Every master craftsman and all true geniuses save their best for last.
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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!!!!
I'm kind of sad. Look at my reviews of all the movies from the very first onwards and you'll understand that I truly love this whole franchise. I like the way it manages to weave the past with the present, bringing old victims back into play, exploring the motivations of Jigsaw himself and the manipulation of those who come to help him. Yes, it's a latex gore-fest and I'm not usually a lover of hack'n'slash movies. Yet Saw delivers a credible and tense narrative through the blood and guts. Even the 'extreme gore' scenes are watchable (even if only through finger slits in the case of my partner) courtesy of the ever more fiendish machines involved and traps set.
[SPOILER ALERT] In this 'final chapter' we get to focus once more on Detective Hoffman who is by now 101% total schizoid nutbag crazy. His focus is on revenge: against Jill Tuck who betrayed him, against Internal Affairs Agent Gibson who betrayed him, and against Bobby Dagen who betrayed the topsy turvy code of ethics that Jigsaw ultimately represents. "Live or die, make your choice."
It's a shame that in this, the last movie, we only get a couple of brief cameo appearances from the long dead Jigsaw. The Tobin Bell character is surely right up there with Freddie and Jason in the horror hall of fame by now, and it would have been nice to see a little more, one last time. I get why that wouldn't have fitted the plot, why this needed to be about Hoffman at this stage of the game. But even so.
What was welcome, and so long overdue, was the return of Dr Lawrence Gordon whose trials were at the centre of the very first Saw movie. Bringing him back in kind of completes the 'Circle of Death.' Once I saw him there, in the background, I kind of knew everything would be OK. Hakuna Matata indeed...
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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