Saw VI

Saw VI

DVD - 2010
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William Easton is an oily executive who denies John Kramer (a.ka. Jigsaw) access to an experimental cancer treatment. This lands William and a handful of additional lost souls into yet another chamber of horrors. Now, the game is overseen by Jigsaw's acolyte, Detective Hoffman. However, when the FBI draws closer to Hoffman, he is forced to set his game into motion, and Jigsaw's grand scheme is finally understood.


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TOHara1 Mar 31, 2018

My 2nd favorite of the Saw films

Dec 16, 2014

The DEEPLY RACIST and corrupt health insurance agencies in real life is the CIA's latest excuse for part 6 of your favorite TORTURE PORN series.The majority of North AmeriKKKans in real life LOVE torturing people of color only overseas politically especially and nationally via the WHITE SUPREMACIST police departments and this is why they made 7 parts to this series total,BUT YOU DON'T HEAR ME THOUGH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Jan 09, 2012

Similar to other Saw films. The twist in this film probably the weakest one of the series.

Mar 25, 2010

Fair – Saw VI (2009) 90 min. Here’s another serving of “rehabilitation” at the hands of Jigsaw (aka John Kramer) played by Tobin Bell which is not as bad as the previous two servings (i.e. Saw IV and V). This time, Jigsaw and his helpers (since the guy is dead) focus their attention in a sick comical way on the insurance industry revealing the evils that they inflict on people like you and I The story does provide more background into Jigsaw’s illness and eventual death. What I never appreciated in these films is the carnal violence being orchestrated like a ballet of blood. The first scene is difficult to stomach and recommend a fast forward because it adds nothing to the plot other than to get you “in that frame of mind” – sick.


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