One of the things that is most intriguing to me about the “Saw” movies is how much I actually have enjoyed them. I’m not a gorehound who is just out to watch the movies with the most grisly special effects. In fact, I do find violence for violence’s sake a bit distasteful. However, if things are done well in the film, I can appreciate good splatter cinema.
Ever since the first “Saw” cut into the American mainstream in 2004, it has been often imitated but rarely matched. The first two films were interesting enough and caught me with some cool twists. The third film wasn’t as good as the first two, but it still offered something more to watch than torture porn.
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