After eluding the cops, psychopathic killer Jigsaw (Bell) turns an abandoned warehouse on the edge of town into a gruesome torture chamber in this third installment of the hugely popular horror series. Jigsaw's new protégée Amanda (Smith) kidnaps a doctor (Soomekh) who's forced to keep the evil master alive. Barely clinging to life, Jigsaw begins to carry out his gruesome plans for the lady doc and another helpless victim.

On Demand, DVD & Blu-Ray

Available from 3 providers

The Peoples' Reviews

Average ratings from 3 ratings, 3 reviews
Your rating & review
Rate / Review this movie

Oh my god. Are you kidding? I would say this is the worst film I've ever seen. Not only deranged, but not in the slightest entertainment. A test in patience.

Yep, agree with the below, if you like Saw 1 and 2 you will like saw 3

What a twisted plot this had. Explaining everything from the previous Saw movies, this film was an eye opener. I am left wondering if there is to be made...

The Press Reviews

28% of critics recommend.
Rotten Tomatoes Score. More reviews on Rotten Tomatoes

  • But more gore is really all "III" has to offer. The first few minutes cram in more graphic brutality than you can shake a bloody, pointed stick at. Other problems, such as flat dialogue, uninvolving characters and a creeping sameness in the no-brain- required puzzles, remain unsolved. And as with the previous two, "III" sorely tests the audience's goodwill with hair-rendingly idiotic behavior by victims... Full Review

  • While "Saw III" provides a decent number of new twists, psychological as well as torture-wise, it necessarily lacks the originality of its predecessors and audiences may be beginning to develop a "been there, done that" attitude... Full Review

  • Unlike the disturbingly mysterious original, "Saw III" is a neatly wrapped-up package that explains everything -- including Jigsaw's evil contraptions and the background of his crazed female assistant... Full Review