Saw: The Final Chapter
R 2010 | 90 mins | Horror
The Jigsaw Killer's horrific legacy lives on in the last installment of the Saw franchise, as those who survived his brutal "lessons" come together to form a support group. Some of them are looking to heal, while others only want revenge. And you know what that means: more blood and guts! Circular saws, meat hooks, reverse bear traps... you could say the gang's all here.
Trailers + Extras
- Saw 3D Trailer
- Saw 3D Trailer 2
- Making Saw 3D in 3D The Director talks about the challenges of shooting in 3D
- A Film for Fans The stars talk about making the movie for the fans
- Saw 3D TV Spot
- Saw 3D Hollywood Premiere The cast & crew turn out for the final chapter of the Saw...
- Saw's Social Network The cast & crew talk about the impact of social...
- Favorite Saw Traps The cast & crew talk about their favorite traps in the...
- Scared On Set The cast & crew give up the gory details about working on...
- Saw Souvenirs The cast & crew talk about what they took home from the set
- Twist & Shout: The Saw Story Twist & Shout: The Saw Story is the definitive...
- Saw The Final Chapter Trailer 3
Top 10 Fun Facts
- If at first you don't succeed... Saw 3D had to be edited down and resubmitted to the MPAA six times before it was finally downgraded from NC-17 to R.
- What's in a name? It's been called Saw VII, Saw: The Final Chapter, Saw 3D - and producer Patrick Melton claims there were initially plans to title the movie Saw: Endgame.
- You always remember your first time: director Kevin Greutert made his 3D debut with this film.
- Suffering for your art: actor Jon Cor claimed the trap from the film's opening sequence left scars on his hands, while his co-star Sebastian Pigott chipped a tooth and Anne Lee Greene lost feeling in her feet and required medical attention.
- The "Garage Trap" had been planned for previous Saw films, but producers always cut it from the script for being too violent, too disgusting and "just wrong." Or, you know, they were simply saving the best for last.
- The always popular "reverse bear trap" makes a return appearance in Saw 3D, but unlike the previous Saw installments, this time it actually takes a life.
- Go for the gold: Saw 3D has the highest body count of any Saw film, with 27.
- Dude, that's what CGI is for! 400 extras were used in the scene with the department store window trap near the beginning of the film.
- Actress Gabby West followed in the footsteps of Saw VI's Tanedra Howard - scoring her role via the reality competition show Scream Queens.
- Despite the well-oiled Saw production machine, filming took an extra three weeks thanks to the slow 3D process.