The beloved Saw horror series is currently in its eighth installment, 16 years and countless torture traps after its release. In the story, John Kramer, aka the Jigsaw killer, rehabilitates people who have been deemed unworthy by capturing them. uses violent means to convey this message, forcing innocent victims into horrific death traps from which they have no choice but to perform brutal acts of violence to survive. Despite his death, his followers, family members and victims continue to wear the Jigsaw mantle for the rest of the series. As well as Spiral, the franchise has continued This section of the book describes the latest Saw installment currently in US theaters and upcoming around the world. The film features Chris Rock, Max Minghella, Marisol Nichols, and Samuel L. Jackson and marks the return of certain franchise favorites. Crimes that bear a resemblance to those of the infamous Jigsaw killer are being investigated in Jackson. If you want to refresh your memory, you might want to watch the Saw movies again. Jigsaw might be somewhat of a mystery with its twists and turns and the not insignificant reworking, but it’s worth reapplying. This is how you should watch the Saw movies in order – both chronologically in addition to by release date, plus how to most fully enjoy them.
The Saw story has been told in an exact chronological order, but is like Jigsaw’s Getting a handle on it is difficult. This requires patience and an editing suite. Why is this so? Every movie has two story parts, so they have to be separated. According to our chronological order, we follow the present day timeline, rather than following a strictly chronological order based strictly on the backstory, which means you would need to switch between movies every five minutes, and rewatch films Is this accurate? In fact, yes. Is that fun? I don’t think so. However, there is no need to be alarmed. This is what’s happening in the present, and we’ve also included descriptions of the flashbacks that fill in Kramer’s backstory to help you make sense of the Saw movies as you watch them. We will spoil the movies in the next few paragraphs.
Part of Jigsaw (2017)
The story of Jigsaw starts years before the story of Bucket Head Traps have been used on five people who wake up in a barn. In this set, he is playing his first game (although this is not a first trap for him). Logan is one of the survivors of the game and goes on to become Kramer’s apprentice.
Day of the week In the opening scene of the movie, Laurence Gordon (Cary Elwes) and Adam Stanheight (Leigh Whannell) awake in an underground room chained. The room contains the body of a deceased person. In the past The investigator hires a photographer to spy on Dr. Gordon. His name is Adam Stanheight. Upon learning of this, Kramer begins to investigate. He kidnaps both of them, along with her apprentice, Amanda Young (Shawnee Smith). The comatose Kramer lies in an underground room as he takes a cocktail of drugs to slow his vitals.
Saw II (2005)
In this day and age As one year has passed since Saw, Donnie Wahlberg’s Eric Matthews (Donnie Wahlberg) deduces that Kramer is still at large. The games are not over yet, as there is another one underway which includes Kramer’s undercover apprentice, Amanda, and Matthews’ son Daniel. In the past As a result of his wife’s departure, Kramer tries to commit suicide, but is unsuccessful. As a result of his rebirth, he is inspired to share the experience of “instant rehabilitation” with others and begins to do charitable work. As a result of Kramer’s inoperable tumor, Dr. Gordon diagnoses a terminal condition.
Saw III (2006) / Saw IV (2007)
Day of the week Two of Kramer’s minions carry out two different games at the same time in both films, marking the first big twist of the franchise. The events in Saw II take place six months after the events in Saw III. I am Amanda Young, and I am detective In the past The plot of Saw IV involves the mistake of Jill, Kramer’s wife, being pregnant as a result of Cecil Adams’ actions. When Kramer sets his first trap for Cecil, he cuts out a piece of the victim’s skin that looks similar to a puzzle piece, thus earning Kramer the nickname “Jigsaw killer”.
Saw V (2008)
The present day consists of the following After Kramer’s death, a new murder starts with a series of traps that call to mind Jigsaw’s The advice from her dead ex-husband comes to Jill in flashbacks. A copycat killer appears in the form of Detective Hoffman due to the media frenzy surrounding Jigsaw. Hoffman, who appears as a Jigsaw killer at the start of Saw V, set up the trap for Seth Baxter to appear like a Jigsaw killing – i.e. Baxter’s sister was killed by Hoffman. He enlists Hoffman’s help and is informed that Hoffman has been doing something wrong.
Saw VI (2009)
The present day is Hoffman starts a new game a few days after the events of Saw V and it features health insurance executive It is reported that Easton has died. Jill puts Hoffman in a bear trap, which he survives, according to instructions from her husband. In the past Ramer asks Easton to fund an experimental therapy for his tumor that may save his life, but Easton declines to do so. As a result of Amanda’s actions, we learn the miscarriage was partially her own fault. As part of Saw III, Hoffman then used the information to blackmail Amanda into playing the game he had planned.
Saw 3D / The Final Chapter (2010)
The present day is Jigsaw’s legacy is at stake for several weeks after the events of Saw VI, as Jill and Hoffman battle it out over control. A Jigsaw trap survival game is played by Bobby Dagen (Sean Patrick Flanery), a man who lied about living through it to find By murdering Hoffman, Dr. Gordon ends his life. In the past As if we had jumped back to Saw, it is discovering that Dr. Gordon cauterizes Dr. Saw’s foot after he saws it off. He is being trained by Kramer to be a new
Latter part of Jigsaw (2017)
The present day is There is a twist! The main plot takes place ten years after Saw III, where the detectives are trying to find the Jigsaw killer. In actuality, Logan, Logan’s apprentice, is the one carrying out the game after surviving the barn trap.
I won’t spoil the movie for those who haven’t seen it yet, but Spiral takes place after the previous Saw films.
Saw movies in release order
As a newcomer to the series, you can get the most enjoyment out of watching all the Saw movies alternately. The series gives first-time viewers a good overview of what the franchise is about without delving into the nitty gritty of how it works. It’ll be great for those revisiting it a second time as it serves as a In the beginning, the film was grimy and low-budget. In the end, the movie became a complex web of plot twists and turns the audience You are thrown into Saw’s world right from the get-go – in the midst a story that will unfold over the next decade. Despite the modest budget of $1.2 million, the 2004 opener got things started on a modest note. The script was penned by Leigh Whannell and James Wan, and Wan took on the general direction With Jigsaw, the Mobius strip of plots gets increasingly complex as you go deeper into the series. If you watch the Saw movies in release order, you can chart the series’ box office success based on how elaborate (and expensive) the traps get. Throughout the series, there are retconnings and interwoven backstories that become more complex, which is why it’s best to watch it only once without getting hung up on If you wish to get a better grasp of the specifics after that, you should refer back to our first list.
Best Saw movies
There is only one question that arises in all of this Can you tell me what the best Saw movie is? There is no doubt that opinions differ on this topic, despite the fact that personal preferences are also taken into account (we love In this article, we let the film community speak for themselves by ranking the Saw movies based on user ratings on IMDB. Since we think the overall consensus is pretty accurate, we are inclined to agree. In an interesting change of pace, Spiral, the newest entry on the list, is already ranked high, however that position could all change once the movie is widely distributed.