SAW is back and as Lionsgate loves to preach… its not Halloween if its not Saw.. or something to that effect. SAW 6 is no SAW… but its also no SAW 5. So its good but its also not the magic of the original but then again who of us really expected it would be? SAW 6 is a nice step up from the debacle that was SAW 5 and I would say is on par with SAW 4 which I thought was pretty damn good!
The production values seem to be increased quite a bit with SAW 6 and unlike SAW 5 this one doesnt feel like a bunch of studio execs sat down in October and realized it was Halloween and time to try and squeeze a few million out of Jigsaw again and us desperate horror fans. In SAW 6 you have the usual cast of characters and a few surprises and as most of you should know yes Jigsaw is back and I am sure everyone figured out it would be in the form of flashbacks.
SAW 6 is easily one of the most gory in the franchise and it is no surprise that the Spanish decided to give it an X rating… although that is pushing it a bit far I think. Its 18A rating says it all… this movie is gorey gorey gorey. SAW is all about the traps, torture and self mutilation and in that department SAW 6 is no dissapointment.
Unlike SAW 5 this movie tries very hard to bring the story back and tell the tale of Jigsaw despite his demise in SAW 4. SAW 6 is gorier, better written and with production values on par with SAW. Unfortunately despite all this it still lacks the story and the thrills of the first one. The original SAW had a story and an ending that left you crying ‘Holy Sh*T’ and just like SAW 2, 3, 4 and 5… SAW 6 does not do that.
You know from the start to the finish exactly what you are going to get… although SAW 6 does offer a few neat twists which is a nice treat. SAW 6 is primarily all about the traps, gore and a hefty body count with story being secondary but for mosthorror fans it will be enough.
In fairness when you consider its SAW 6, overall its pretty polished. It doesnt feel like it was done on the cheap and more then once the audience i saw the film with grimaced and groaned loudly. Its not Halloween if its not SAW and SAW 6 definitely delivers on gore, carnage and really evil traps. Although as noted its not themagic of the original it was a fun trip down a very blood stained road and one that I think SAW fans should checkout. if you liked SAW 4 you will like SAW 6. If you hatedSAW 5 you will at least see how much SAW 6 has improved.
Watch Saw 6 Online
Watch Saw 6 online and you’ll get even more violence than in the first five movies. The movie began shooting in March 2009 and is directed by Kevin Greutert, the editor of all the Saw films to date. Writers Marcus Dunstan and Patrick Melton, who wrote Saw IV and Saw V have returned to write this installment
If you watch Saw 6 online, you’ll learn about Agent Peter Strahm’s death, and the continuation of Jigsaw’s work by Liutenant Mark Hoffman. However, the Feds are on Hoffman’s case, forcing him to set up another game. After you watch Saw 6 online, Jigsaw’s overall scheme will be understood. The so-called Steam Room,” the last trap revealed, is a multi-level trap. According to cinematographer David Armstrong, “There’s one place called the Steam Room that’s probably the best looking SAW trap of them all.” Hoffman is also shown looking at Strahm’s corpse and setting up the Rack trap from Saw III. Saw VI is said to have traps that pit victims against each other, like the famous mausoleum scene from Saw IV.
Producers returning to their task are Oren Koules and Mark Berg, along with James Wan and Leigh Whannell. Charlie Clouser is composing the music for the film. On July 20, 2009 the motion poster was released on the internet with the tagline, “His Disease is Spreading.” The teaser trailer was released at Comic-Con 2009. Another tagline was “The Game Comes Full Circle.”
A movie clip featuring the Carousel Room trap also previewed at Comic-Con, and in September television ads were released along with more official photos and another trailer. Of the carousel room, Cinematographer David Armstrong described it as “very carnival, playground-like … [with] spinning red lights in there.”
The main characters in Saw 6 are John Kramer/Jigsaw, played by Tobin Bell, Mark Hoffman, played by Costas Mandylor, Amanda Young played by Shawnee Smith, FBI Agent Dan Erickson played by Mark Rolston, and Jill Tuck, played by Betsy Russell. Watch Saw 6 online to find out the answers to some of the questions surrounding Jill Tuck and Lt. Hoffman. Betsy Russell has said, “You find out a little more about if Jill is good or evil. Pretty much you’ll know.”
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Maybe Saw 1 through Saw 5 didn’t have quite enough violence and bloodshed for you, and if that’s the case, you should watch Saw 6 online. Filming began in March 2009 for this film directed by Kevin Greutert, the editor of the first five Saw films. Marcus Dunstan and Patrick Melton, writers of Saw IV and Saw V have returned one more time.
You’ll learn about Agent Peter Strahm’s death and Liutenant Mark Hoffman’s assumption of Jigsaw’s work if you watch Saw 6 online. Hoffman, with the Feds on his case, is forced to set up another game. Jigsaw’s overall scheme will be revealed when you watch Saw 6 online.
The last trap revealed, the Steam Room, is a multi-level trap. The Steam Room is “probably the best looking SAW trap of them all,” according to cinematographer David Armstrong. Hoffman is shown both setting up the Rack from Saw III and viewing Strahm’s corpse.
The traps in Saw 6 pit the victims against each other, much like the scene in the mausoleum in Saw IV. Executive producers James Wan and Leigh Whannell return as do producers Oren Koules and Mark Berg. The score for Saw 6 is by Charlie Clouser.
A poster was released July 20, 2009 on the internet with “His Disease is Spreading” as the tagline. Comic-Con 2009 saw the release of a teaser trailer with the tagline “The Game Comes Full Circle.” In September, television ads, more official photos, and another trailer were released, after a clip showing the Carousel Room trap previewed earlier at Comic-Con.
The Carousel Room was described by cinematographer David Armstrong as “very carnival, playground-like … [with] spinning red lights in there.” Starring in Saw 6 are Amanda Young played by Shawnee Smith, FBI Agent Dan Erickson played by Mark Rolston, and Jill Tuck, played by Betsy Russell, John Kramer/Jigsaw, played by Tobin Bell, and Mark Hoffman, played by Costas Mandylor. Questions you might have had about Jill Tuck and Lt. Hoffman will be answered when you watch Saw 6 online.
According to Betsy Russell, “You find out a little more about if Jill is good or evil. Pretty much you’ll know.”
Watch Saw 6 Trailer Online
Don’t watch Saw 6 online if you’re prone to seizures, because the quick cuts can make even veteran movie watchers’ heads spin. However if you want to have a preview of Saw 6, you should watch the Saw 6 trailer online so you can get a taste of what you’re in for.
As the latests installment in the Saw film franchise, Saw 6 brings all new levels of violence, weirdness, and mayhem. There haven’t been too many specifics given out in advance by Lions Gate except that Agent Peter Strahm is dead and Mark Hoffman will be continuing Jigsaw’s work by setting up another game. Jigsaw’s overall scheme will be revealed. Neither Dr. Gordon nor Cary Elwes (who played him) are listed in the credits.
There is apparently a Saw VII on tap for a 2010 release, and that film with be released in 3D. So if you want to catch up and be ready for that, watch Saw 6 online and get an idea of where this film franchise is going.
Saw 6 Movie Review
Saw 6 is the latest episode in the Saw film series and you can watch Saw 6 online right here on this website. It is directed by Kevin Greutert, who was previously the editor on the first five Saw movies. The script is by Patrick Melton and Marcus Dunstan, who wrote the scripts for Saw IV and V.
In this movie Agent Peter Strahm’s death is confirmed, as is the continuation of Jigsaw’s work by Lieutenant Mark Hoffman, played by Costas Mandylor. Hoffman sets up a new game, and you’ll finally understand what Jigsaw’s overall plan was. The last trap that was revealed, the Steam Room, is a multi-level trap, the biggest, most elaborate SAW trap of all, involving steam, furnaces, and fire. Apparently shooting the Steam Room was quite a technical feat.
Another of the new traps is the Carousel Room. The apparatus in the Carousel Room is spinning, like a scary carnival or a playground that you know you shouldn’t go to. The spinning red lights give an extra layer of woozyness to this trap. Prepared to be amazed.
You will also see Agent Peter Strahm’s crushed body, and you’ll see Lt. Hoffman setting up the Rack trap that was in Saw III. In that scene, you saw Tim’s arms and legs stretching as his skin tears and bones shatter as he was slowly tortured in what was a bizarre form of crucifixion. So yeah. The Rack is back.
If you’re a fan of the Saw series, then you pretty much know what to expect from this movie. It’s gruesome and weird and grotesque and ghastly. You’ll get what you paid for to watch Saw 6.
The score is by Charlie Clouser, as before, and Mark Burg and Oren Koules return as producers with James Wan and Leigh Whannell returning as executive producers.
So basically you have the same cast, same producers, same composer, the same theme, and many of the same torture devices. With a few loose endings tied up, you will get some new answers and perhaps gain a sense of “closure,” but if you’re not a fan of the franchise, there isn’t really anything in this film that’s going to change your mind.