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  • Actors: Donnie Wahlberg, Beverley Mitchell, Franky G, Emmanuelle Vaugier, Tobin Bell
  • Directors: Darren Lynn Bousman
  • Writers: Darren Lynn Bousman, Leigh Whannell
  • Producers: Daniel J. Heffner, Greg Copeland, Gregg Hoffman, James Wan, Jason Constantine
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, DTS Surround Sound, NTSC, Special Edition, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 5.1 EX), English (DTS ES 6.1)
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Lions Gate Films
  • DVD Release Date: October 24, 2006
  • Run Time: 95 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (319 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00008YOD2
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #211,680 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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Special Features

  • Commentary by director Darren Lynn Bousman, production designer David Hackl, and editor Kevin Greutert
  • Commentary by writer/executive producer Leigh Whannell and executive producer James Wan
  • "Zombie" - a short student film by director Darren Lynn Bousman
  • "The Scott Tibbs Documentary" featurette
  • "The Making of Saw II" featurette
  • "The Story Behind the Story" featurette
  • "Gregg Hoffman: In Memorium" tribute to producer Gregg Hoffman
  • "Play Me" set-top game
  • Trailer

Editorial Reviews

Donnie Wahlberg, Shawnee Smith, Tobin Bell. The second installment of Saw -flavored torture porn finds Jigsaw apprehended-but that's just another part of his plan! Eight more victims, including the lead detective's son, await their gory fate, trapped inside an abandoned house that's slowly filling with deadly sarin gas. 2 DVDs. 2005/color/92 min/NR/widescreen.

Customer Reviews

We are huge horror fans, and if you liked the first one, you will love saw II.
Robert Rodriguez
One of the negative aspects of the film rests within the characters that are portrayed in a too stereotypical perspective and they lack a complex psychology.
A Customer
Dont get me wrong I loved the first one I own it and watch it all the time, but I went see this in theaters and I was just blown away.
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52 of 69 people found the following review helpful By Gareth Mc Bride on January 31, 2006
Format: DVD
The diabolic Jigsaw is back in the follow up to the smash "Saw" which came out of nowhere to become one of the biggest grossing horror films of all time. Not content to rest on the mayhem he created in the first film, Jigsaw is back kidnapping those he deems unworthy of life, and forcing them to earn their lives back in a series of brutal and bizarre games, where death is all to often the result.

The sequel picks up shortly after the events of the first film where Detective Eric Matthews (Donnie Wahlberg) is investigating yet another victim. The fact that the victim is missing a puzzle shaped piece of skin leaves no doubt as to who is behind this killing, and Matthews and his task force set up their efforts to stop the killer before he can strike again.

A sudden inspiration leads Matthews and his team to a factory where they soon discover Jigsaw amongst all of his toys and traps. The frail Jigsaw is dying from a terminal illness, and he reveals to Matthews that he has a game underway, one where a group of people are trapped in a remote house filled with traps that are also filling up with a deadly gas. Only those who can survive the traps and decipher the clues will be able to locate the antidotes and survive the mayhem.

Matthews is even more determined to find the locale of the house as his son is one of the individuals trapped inside slowly dying from the poison. Matthews and his team can see what is happening in the house via a video monitor and while the team attempts to determine the location and save the individuals, Jigsaw (Tobin Bell), plays a dangerous game with Matthews as he attempts to interrogate him for information.

The film moves back and forth from the interrogation to the individuals trapped in the house and keeps the tension going.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Andrew Ellington VINE VOICE on November 9, 2007
Format: DVD
I was excited about this film, truly excited. I really enjoyed the first `Saw' film and just had the highest of hopes for the sequel. I think that's why in the end it proved to be such a disappointment. Don't get me wrong, when I walked out of the theater I was in heaven. I loved what I had just seen. It was gruesome, disturbing and to an extent quite scary. After a second watch through though I realized that this film is so far below the original it's ridiculous. The concept for this film is just too simple when compared to the original film. The only similarity between the two is the villain and even that takes an unwarranted twist. Yes, the final sequence was a head-scratcher but it couldn't hold a candle to the mastery that was the original `Saw' conclusion.

The film centers again around mastermind Jigsaw as he sets up yet another elaborate trap, this time collecting a group of ex-convicts in an abandoned house filled with deadly gas with antidotes spread throughout the house. In order for them to get these antidotes they must do some horrific things. One of the victims is young Daniel Matthews whose father, Police Detective Eric Matthews, has captured Jigsaw and is trying desperately (and quite uncivilly) to force into giving up the houses location.

Sadly `Saw II' becomes a showcase for gruesome deaths and disturbing sights over mental breakdown and mind bending horror. I say `sadly' for a reason. The original `Saw' was not all that gory. Sure there were some bloody sequences and some disturbing events but for the most part `Saw' was a mental game, a mind tease if you will. `Saw II' feels like a cop out almost. It feels like any other slasher film and that is a disappointment since I expected so much more.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Kevin Coughlan on March 29, 2006
Format: DVD
After seeing the first Saw I was so looking forward to this one. But I had my worries. I loved the first one, but unfortunatly this doesnt come to the standards of the original. I have noticed how people have compared the original Saw to the film Cube with its similarities. Saw 2 not only has similarites, but looks almost exactly like it. People locked in a house full of traps, entering the first room to get to the second. Sure this film is a lot better than Cube, but it could have done a lot better than this. Throughout the film when something big is about to happen, it just comes across different death scenes like slasher films. Saw is NOT a slasher film. Saw 2, however, follows in its footsteps, finding an easy way out. Its like they just want to get this film over with. Saw 2 still has a neat ending but also added something a little silly to it. Not half as good as the ending to the original. Overall, Saw 2 isnt rubbish. It just seems a little pointless.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By The Tweeder on March 12, 2006
Format: DVD
Director: Darren Lynn Bousman

Cast: Donnie Wahlberg, Shawnee Smith, Tobin Bell, Franky G, Glenn Plummer, Dina Meyer, Emmanuelle Vaugier, Beverly Mitchell, Erik Knudsen.

Running Time: 93 minutes

Rated R for grisly violence and gore, terror, language and drug content.

Sequels, with a few exceptions, have a tendency to be very bad. In the wake of all this being let down by them, many critics were initially unimpressed with the idea of a clever little horror film like "Saw" to have a sequel. It seemed like too much of a way to cash in a successful revenue and good reception of the original and while this one isn't as good it is a formidable continuation. "Saw II" does everything wrong that the first film did right. First of all, this film tells the story of a group of eight random people inside one of Jigsaw's "Fun houses", if you will, with a dangerous nerve gas slowly creeping into their systems. They only have 3 hours to find a way out, or they all die. Now, what made the first film great is that it built tension and suspense on the fact that everything was a mystery. The two men locked inside of a bathroom had no more of an idea of what was going on than the people watching the film. As the film went on, there was a little more information leaked, a little more progression with each minute that ticked by. And the fact that there were only two people instead of eight made it easier to know the characters, know why they were doing what they were doing, etc. Instead, "Saw II" is just basically a glorified theatrical version of "Survivor" with blood, guts, and gore.

The first film also didn't reveal much of the surrounding environments outside of the bathroom.
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