OPINION: Gory or Yucky? Best Saw Movies Ranked!
Have you ever watched a Saw movie? If you haven’t, then you’re missing out!
It has all that we need from a horror and crime movie and Saw movies have the suspense, the thriller, and the jumpscares!
We, horror movie junkies, had all our fun with this installation and just a look at that scary-looking doll had us all frantically screaming from our seats.
Oh, to be in situations like they had in these movies will have us banging our heads to the floor. Maybe that’s why it’s so exciting to watch!
Here are the best Saw movies, ranked in my opinion!
3. Saw VI
What an intro this truly was!
Jigsaw has given his all with the introduction of the 6th installment of the Saw movie. His way of punishing people for the bad deeds they have done includes so much gore!
This intro itself has proven its worth to the Saw movies installment, of course, It deserves to be ranked 3rd of the best!
Don’t forget to add this to your watchlist and be prepared to scream at the top of your lungs.
2. Saw II
This was just a gist from the Saw II movie but they have so much more to offer than that!
Not only was this the second best because of its gory scenes, but of course, it deserves a clap because of its mind-blowing plot twist!
Come on! This better be included in your watchlists because this was one of the best Saw movies they had.
1. Saw I
Of course, the first installation would always be the best.
This is where we got to know Jigsaw and his tricky way of punishing people from their mistakes. Just watch this clip from YouTube and we’ll get to know the first game he ever played.
This game is a special one wherein Jigsaw also participated on his own. What are you waiting for? Take a chance and watch this one!
What about you? What’s your best Saw movie? Share it with us!
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