There is a remarkable story going on in the Saw movies, and unlike nearly every other horror franchise of its type, it’s all about the killer. Jigsaw has a life, a history and even a family. He’s not really a sympathetic character, but he is, at the very least, one who can be somewhat understood. The first Saw movie only scratches the surface of all this, but that’s where the sequels are actually valuable. They’re not just an excuse to show off elaborate new murder machines; they’re opportunities to dig deeper into Jigsaw and the other characters that make up his little cabal of homicidal lunatics.


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