Saw IV

Saw IV

Jigsaw and his apprentice Amanda are dead. Now, upon the news of Detective Kerry's murder, two seasoned FBI profilers, Agent Strahm and Agent Perez, arrive in the terrified community to assist the veteran Detective Hoffman in sifting through Jigsaw's latest grisly remains and piecing together the puzzle. However, when SWAT Commander Rigg is abducted and thrust into a game, the last officer untouched by Jigsaw has but ninety minutes to overcome a series of demented traps and save an old friend...or face the deadly consequences.

Jigsaw's trap-filled legacy, this time, targeting the last remaining officer who has touched the case, SWAT Commander Rigg. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Saw IV torrent reviews

Juan S (br) wrote: its amazing can't wait for part 6

DC E (us) wrote: "Road to Paloma" 10 Scale Rating: 7.0 (Good) ...The Good: Jason Momoa shows off his acting chops in this one. Usually seen as a gladiator/muscle-head type, Momoa does a very good job in a dramatic turn. Written and directed by Momoa himself, the story is a good one that gets your interest early on. Well known Native America actor Wes Studi plays Momoa's father in the film and while he doesn't have many scenes, they are memorable. Studi always seems to do an excellent job. The last 10 minutes or so of the film are powerful. The Bad: A little on the formulaic side, what truly prevents the film from being great are several lulls in the middle. It starts and ends well, but far too many of the scenes in between feel like filler. Some of the supporting actors/actresses were pretty bad.

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Amber C (ag) wrote: Um not the best acting, but it got the point across DON'T TRUST JUST ANYONE

Timothy S (us) wrote: With the popularity of the "Nightmare on Elm Street" films at an all-time high, it seemed only natural that Robert Englund would try his hand at directing. Unfortunately, his first effort "976-Evil" is a huge disappointment trying to cash in on the long-defunct premium phone services that were all the rage in the late 1980's. It's basically a pale imitation of Stephen King's "Carrie" and dozens of other similar films, with a bullied Stephen Geoffreys seeking revenge on his tormentors. The picture is light on horror for the first hour but heavy on "Elm Street"-like visuals which shouldn't surprise anyone considering who the director is. The problem, or at least one of them, is that Englund doesn't make much use of his single best asset, which is Geoffreys himself.The actor is naturally likable, especially playing these lovable nerds, but the screenplay insists on putting more of the focus on his vastly uninteresting cousin, played by Patrick O'Brien. The plot is also quite confused and vague, having something to do with a Satanic phone line and committing murder through Satan's guidance, but none of that is really made very clear.Still, it is the lackluster pacing that kills any chance that "976-Evil" had at being a successful film. Englund has a nice eye for detail, but his film is quite dull and forgettable where the horror elements are crammed into the final half hour. There's very little original or worth watching here.

Eddie S (nl) wrote: When watching 'Shock Treatment', you have to throw all notions of a sequel to RHPS out the window. This movie, while sharing characters with RHPS, is somewhat darker than its cousin, and is billed "as equal" to its predecessor. Taking place in a television studio, we see much how Brad and Janet have come apart and how keen Janet is to fix the solution, or try to anyway. Brad is taken away in a straitjacket, drugged, and jailed in a cage for most of the film. Janet and her parents are sucked into the glamour of it all, used by Farley Flavors, the man behind the scenes.Using the Drs McKinley and game show host Bert Schnick as agents, Janet is convinced to become 'Mrs Mental Health", as the perfect 'girl-next-door' for Flavors new television programme "Faith Factory." Betty Munroe and Judge Wright, who are shown in the beginning after the DENTON introduction, have been pushed aside and being sympathetic to Brad, uncover some unsettling truths about the whole operation.Soon enough, Janet's ego rises to uncontrollable heights, at which point the McKinley's drug her to keep her under control."Faith Factory" premiers and using a performance by Janet's fans, Munroe and the Judge break Brad out of his Dentonvale jail and confront Flavors about his motives. Once found out, Flavors orders his brother, Janet, Munroe and the Judge arrested and once in custody, the audience is given straitjackets to wear and they all move towards the Dentonvale set.The foursome break out and drive out of the DTV studios, leaving the audience members behind to their fate in Flavors' new mental ward.A quite remarkable movie, with a soundtrack that right up there with RHPS, although some might disagree with me. It's important to think of both films as connected, but not related by content. Terribly underrated, quite delicious.

Augusto A (kr) wrote: The climax has three duels! In a row! One of them being very special due to choice of weapons. "La Resa Dei Conti", indeed. Very good spaghetti western, with a great performance by Lee Van Cleef and one of the best scores Ennio Morricone has ever written.

Christopher S (ca) wrote: A powerful drama from director Sidney Lumet effectively melds innovative European filmmaking techniques with Hollywood melodrama. Rod Steiger's performance is one of his best in a long career of great performances, and then there's Boris Kaufman's excellent black and white, on-location cinematography and Quincy Jones' superb score. A classic.

Dave H (kr) wrote: need to see all the carry on films still.

Jeremy R (nl) wrote: This shit is hilarious!!

Tony K (us) wrote: Parts I enjoy and parts I hate. Its a good laugh with a few tasteless parts.

aimee a (au) wrote: i love this movie!!!