Film review: Saw 3D (18)

This is the SEVENTH film in the Saw franchise, and as with all the others if you don’t like gore, then it’s best to keep away.

A deadly battle rages over Jigsaw’s brutal legacy, and a group of Jigsaw survivors gather together to seek help from self-help guru and fellow survivor Bobby Dagen.

But Bobby’s own dark secrets unleash a whole new wave of terror, resulting in plenty of torture, blood and horrific contraptions.

These films are well renowned for their twists and red herrings, and this is no exception. For a film with six prequels it’s pretty good, and the 3D element gives it that edge.

(Three stars)


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