The movie is a horror film by director Peter and Michael Spierig, with the writer Peter Goldfinger and Josh Stolberg. This is the eighth installment of the Saw franchise, taking up over a decade right after the deceased of the eponymous killer of Jigsaw, during the police examination of the new succession of the killings that fit the modus operandi.
The Cast List:
Brittany Allen played as Carly
Hannah Emily Anderson played as Eleanor Bonneville
Clé Bennett played as Detective Keith Hunt
Paul Braunstein played as Ryan
Josiah Black played as Edgar Munsen
Michael Boisvert played as Lee James
Tobin Bell played as John Kramer or Jigsaw
Shaquan Lewis played as Officer Solomon
Matt Passmore played as Logan Nelson
Mandela Van Peebles played as Mitch
Callum Keith Rennie played as Det. Halloran
Laura Vandervoort played as Anna
The Story Line:
Criminal Edgar Munsen was hunted by the policemen from the rooftop, where he activated the triggering mechanism just before being non-fatally shot by the Police Det. Halloran with his fellow officers.
Then, five people were held in prison in the barn, each of them with the metal noose just around the neck. The tape recorder from John Kramer explained they should give the offering of blood and need to confess their offenses. The chains started pulling them to a wall of the buzzsaws. Four handles to survive by slashing themselves on to the blades as the offering of blood, and then a guy who was lifeless during the main of the game appeared to be dead.
The following test divulges that crowd member Carly and caused the deceased of the asthmatic lady by stealing the purse that had her inhaler inside for emergency use. To rescue the remaining people from being dangled, she should inject herself with a needle, one that contained an antidote to the poison in her scheme, first a saline solution, while the other one is a potent acid. The volatile crowd member Ryan finally stabs Carly with the other three to rescue himself, melting the face and murdering her.
The Writers View:
Jigsaw history repeats itself of going back to the old roots by being simple, with the basic traps and the mind blowing end. Unfortunately, there is a trap that is not so likable here and it is the involvement of lasers. It relies too much on the CGI, the stakes were high and the practical traps were way more creative and fun. With tricks, chains, wires, a puppet, and a traditional pig head, the movie will surely leave a smile on your face.