Saw: The Final Chapter (2010)

Saw: The Final Chapter (2010)

2010 | R | 90 Minutes

Crime | Horror

As a deadly battle rages over Jigsaw's brutal legacy, a group of Jigsaw survivors gathers to seek the support of self-help guru and fellow survivor Bobby Dagen, a man whose own dark secrets unleash...

Overall Rating

2 / 10
Verdict: Awful

User Review

  • Saw The Final Chapter has dismembered every limb and sense of logic. Remember I said 'Saw VI' was an improvement? Yeah. I miss those days. Oh boy! I can categorically confirm that this seventh and "final" chapter is quite simply the worst. Think of the worst trap design. The most excruciating experience ever. Slowly being lowered into a river of lava or perhaps gradually being forced to remove your intestines with nothing but a pooper scooper. That, would be better than watching this. In fact, give me that pooper scooper, I'm ending this internal suffering now! Kramer's accomplice is still alive somehow and is now on a relentless killing spree to end Kramer's wife's life before she reveals all.

    Hang on, I'm forgetting something...! Ahh yes! Say it with me now. An individual must undergo a variety of challenges to blah blah blah, I'm bored of writing this sentence every time. So, including all the negatives from the previous films, and trust me there are many, what makes this super duper "final" entry (in 3 frickin' D) the worst you ask yourself. Aside from quite simply everything, the main culprit is continuity. Conti-bloody-nuity. It might just be the only important feature to exist in any franchise. Shame the writers pushed it off a ledge and watched it dangle as it gasped for air. The "final" plot twist was the last straw, and as much as I would love to discuss it and annihilate its existence, I am a man of integrity. I shan't spoil it. Go and watch it yourself, I dare you. But let's just say another character is seemingly resurrected and pretty much says "hey there, I'm here to spray my excrement everywhere. Enjoy!".

    The amount of convoluted flashbacks, expositional dialogue, bloody uninspired traps, terrible acting (including Bell this time) and implausibility. I can't. The blood is practically pink. Pink blood! It's like the effects team accidentally ordered tubs of Dulux's "Berry Smoothie" (real product, I looked it up) and were unable to send them back. What happened to the "survivor"? How did the killer wipe out the entire police force? Why am I questioning this? Nah. I'm "Sawed" out.