Film Review – Jigsaw (2017)

Film Review – Jigsaw (2017)

Jigsaw sees a release on the 26th of this month in the UK from Lionsgate on DVD.

I was pretty excited, and also nervous about seeing this film. The Saw series is very hit and miss in my opinion so going into this film I really wasn’t sure what to expect.

Following the infamous Jigsaw, We follow a group of victims once again battling for survival and being put through numerous challenges and deadly events to get out alive. Meanwhile, the police are trying to work out who is behind these crimes as bodies begin to pile up.

All in all I actually really liked this film. I thought it was pretty classic Jigsaw and I found myself really engaged with the story, as much as you can be. I was really surprised how good this film was after so many entries in the series. But once again It was a good surprise.

This isn’t going to impress everyone as I have to admit he acting was not great and it wasn’t the most inventive film but it certainly did the job of the kind of film you would expect from Jigsaw and the Saw series.

Its entraining enough for a film night with friends, or if your re-watching the saw series then this is one to check out then!

It is safe to say this is a fun watch and one I would recommend, better than expected but also could have been better.

Enjoyable, Fun watch

Ross Wilcock |

Horror, Crime | Australia, 2017 | 15 | 26th February 2017 (UK) | Lionsgate Home Ent | Dir.Michael Spierig, Peter Spierig | Matt Passmore, Tobin Bell, Callum Keith Rennie| Buy:[DVD]

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Born and raised in Glasgow. I have been a film fan for as long as I remember with some of my favourites being GO (1999) Scream (1996) Prisoners (2013) and Wild (2015). As well as many others, I am a YouTuber and I also write for FF Magazine Scotland and Volunteer at Pride Glasgow. My dream is to be a Film Maker and Screen writer. YouTube: Facebook: Twitter: @RossWilcock Instagram: @rossmovieman Letterboxd: ross22

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