Jigsaw was intended to be more of a thriller than a horror film, as revealed by the filmmakers in a new exclusive clip. Saw, the notorious torture porn series, made its return last year with an eighth entry named after the central killer that explored his sickening legacy; picking up years after the previous film (now incorrectly called The Final Chapter), Jigsaw sees a resurgent copycat killer trying to keep the memories of John Kramer alive.

Of course, the film boasts plenty of intricate and deadly traps, including a poison Russian roulette, spiral blender, and knife-raining silo; as expected, there’s a lot of gore not suitable for the faint of heart. However, it’s also a mystery film, following the investigation of who exactly the copycat is and the dark past of those doing the investigating. And it’s this latter part that seems to have motivated ...

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