Jigsaw (2002)




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The makers of Vengeance of the Dead, Don Adams and Harry James Picardi team up again to direct this horror flick about an art project gone wrong. A group of college kids are given an art class assignment to decorate a separate piece of a dismembered mannequin. The students burn the figure and it comes to life with a bloodlust, eventually hunting down each one of the designers. Starring Barret Walz, Aimee Bravo, and Mia Zifkin.


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A very low budget horror film - meaning I didn't have exactly high hopes. First of all the good. Jigsaw is a cool slasher villain. He pretty much redeemed the film. The concept of Jigsaw was also cool. And of course the gore coming with him. Also the setting in an empty bar at night gave it a casual and a rather uncommon feel. Ok now the bad. During first half of the movie there was no action. There was just silly dialogue, bad acting and nudity. And even when Jigsaw started killing people, he didn't get that much screen time. There were only like 2 or 3 shots when you got to see the whole thing standing up. Otherwise there were just partial shots of his head, saw blade, etc. Well overall a not bad film. It's watchable if you can stand the low-budgety feel. But characters are two-dimensional, the villain doesn't get much screentime and the ending was kind of blah.

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