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Product Details

  • Actors: Shawnee Smith, Tobin Bell
  • Directors: Kevin Greutert
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Lionsgate
  • DVD Release Date: January 26, 2010
  • Run Time: 90 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (165 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00275EHFU
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #11,273 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Saw VI (Widescreen Unrated Edition)" on IMDb

Special Features

• Audio Commentary with Producer Mark Burg and Executive Producers Peter Block and Jason Constantine
• Audio Commentary with Director Kevin Greutert and Writers Marcus Dunstan and Patrick Melton
• “Jigsaw Revealed” Featurette
• “The Traps of Saw VI” Featurette
• “A Killer Maze – Making Saw: Game Over” Featurette
• Music Videos from the Bands Mushroomhead, Memphis May Fire, Hatebreed and Suicide Silence
• Original Theatrical Trailer

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Product Description

Special Agent Strahm is dead, and Detective Hoffman has emerged as the unchallenged successor to Jigsaw’s legacy. However, when the FBI draws closer to Hoffman, he is forced to set a game into motion, and Jigsaw’s grand scheme is finally understood.

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The Saw series gains a commendable hint of social conscience with this sixth entry in the gleefully gruesome franchise. That's not to say that the creators have abandoned the films' main focus--dealing out hideous punishments for wrongdoers, courtesy its antihero, John Kramer/Jigsaw (Tobin Bell), who remains very dead as of this film--but screenwriters Marcus Dunston and Patrick Melton (who have penned every Saw pic since IV) deserve a note of recognition for pointing Jigsaw's moral fury at the insurance industry, which is personified by key victim Peter Outerbridge's oily exec. His decision to deny Kramer an experimental cancer treatment (all told in flashback) lands him and a handful of additional lost souls (all connected, of course) in yet another Rube Goldbergian chamber of horrors overseen by Jigsaw's acolyte, Detective Hoffman (Costas Mandylor). The improbability of the infernal machines continues to reach hysterical levels here, though the payoffs remain exceptionally gross, especially in the opener, which plays on the Shakespearean "pound of flesh" riff with spectacularly nauseating results. Aside from the insurance angle, there's little to differentiate Saw VI from its predecessors, and precious less to convince the nonfaithful that the series isn't spinning its wheels by this point--and based on the film's tepid opening-weekend box office, audiences may agree--but for Saw die-hards, there's much bloody business on hand here, and best of all, the promise of another sequel. --Paul Gaita

Customer Reviews

Saw VI was one of the best movies I have ever seen!
Diana P.
Primarily it is the plot and characters that many seem to forget and having to sort out the present and flashbacks throughout the films that can push away a viewer.
Anthony L. Wallace
Without giving anything away, I think that VI was much more like the original movies than V. However, it still wasn't in any way better than any of the first few.
The Bus

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

47 of 53 people found the following review helpful By Matt J. Rose on October 27, 2009
Format: DVD
I still remember seeing the first Saw, and the shock and gossip about the hacksaw scene that followed. I was pumped for number 2 and actually enjoyed it quite a bit, I thought were climbing a hill of movie goodness here. Saw III followed and was interesting to say the least, I was happy it improved over on the 1st and 2nd and kept me interested in 4. Needless to say 4 and 5 plummeted the series like a skydive gone wrong...I was officially done with Saw after seeing 5.

Last week I fell to the curiosity of Saw 6 and decided to see it that weekend. I went into the theater with my 6 dollar soda, and 5 dollar skittles, sat through the 4 or so teenagers next to me giggling and talking through the entire 91 minute movie...then came the end credits.

I can honestly say after all was said and done my friends and I looked at each other with ear to ear grins. I was very happy with this 6th installment, and didn't feel so bad about the 20+ dollars I had spent to see this movie. The opening scene is brutal and has you sitting back in your seat thinking OUCH! The movie throws in some real world situations that most people can relate to or at least see the truth in.

In my mind a lot of things were answered and blanks filled in from the last couple movies, which I felt helped number 6 a lot. And the new director didn't clam up and make this one borderline PG-13, the gore is very well done and makes even me, a horror fanatic cringe. I'm not gonna discuss the plot, or twists, because I think you should feel how I did when they play out on screen.

I will say when it comes to Saw 6, forgive and forget the last 2 and see this one!
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Pumpkin Man on December 8, 2009
Format: DVD
Jigsaw's 6th puzzle piece was awesome and one of the best in the Saw franchise! It was a lot better than the previous film. There are a bunch of new and terrifying traps and twists. They tie up a lot of loose ends like what was in Jill's box, what Amanda's letter from Hoffman was about, and much more. Tobin Bell does another amazing job as Jigsaw who's legacy continues long after his death. Hoffman sets up a new game for William Easton, an executive at a health insurance company. He decides who to cover based strictly on probabilities of health or illness, which turned down Jigsaw when he had cancer. William must make impossible decisions such as who should live and die in the Carousel Trap, and who is more worthy of living. The game comes full circle! I highly recommend SAW VI!!!
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18 of 20 people found the following review helpful By D. Barbour on November 30, 2009
Format: Blu-ray
Seeing the "Saw" films has become admittedly a sick tradition of mine. The films are consistently clever, but often ultimately disappointing. "Saw 6" was however one of the best in the series, as it maintains its integrity to the early entries while creating a convincing healthcare themed story that is both twisted and relevant. Don't expect the increase in quality to mean a decrease in gore - as this has its fair share of squint-n-squirm moments, but hey - you go to a "Saw" movie, you cannot be angry when the blood starts to run. If you like any of the other ones - even if you've been disappointed in the franchise lately, give this one a try. You won't be let down.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Blaine Inagaki on December 30, 2009
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
I got into the Saw series the year Saw IV was coming out. I don't know what had made me wish to watch the first installment, but I did. And after finishing it I was truly amazed, I was hooked from Saw I. Saw II was one of my favorites because it had alot more interation. Saw III was great, but the first few times, I thought it was a bit slower than what I wanted, which I'm now fine with it's pace.

Saw IV wasn't all what the series needed when it had been released. After all the Saw fans had to deal with hearing people wish they had stopped at III, and also doubting where the creators could possibly go with the story now that John Kramer had passed. Yea...it was pretty slick making the story take place during the time Saw III was playing, but it didn't do what the series needed it to do.

Saw V was a slight improvement, it slowed down alot and allowed you to better understand all that was taking place. But it still didn't have enough redemption to make a full recovery from Saw IV. But nonetheless, I was determined to keep watching the series until the end.

....Saw VI....Of all the films that have been in this series, in my opinion, this by far comes closest to beating the amazement that Saw I gave to it's veiwers than what II, III, IV, & V could have ever done. Opening with one of the most brutal traps in the whole series, this film kicked of to an amazing start. *SPOILER AHEAD* Another thing that made this film well was how it pulled it's victims not from the underbelly of society [prostitutes, arsonists, people having affairs, those wishing the deaths of others, etc.], but from an Insurance Firm/Agency.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Stephen B. O'Blenis on March 29, 2010
Format: DVD
Saw VI is the movie that definitively establishes that the series is primed to go forward and succeed even after the deaths of all the major characters from the first few chapters, Jigsaw included. Although Jigsaw and the others will most likely continue to be part of the story in flashbacks and the like, and a couple of the 'dead' characters, I recently realized, are more in the 'presumed dead' category and could conceivably resurface, the game now belongs to Hoffman (Costas Mandylor) and Jill (Betsy Russell).

It had looked like Jill (John Kramer's aka Jigsaw's ex-wife) role in the series had played itself out, but her character is revitalized here through flashbacks (a Saw staple, obviously) and the revelation of just what was in that mystery box we saw her get at John's will reading in Saw V. As for Hoffman, he's seemingly won the game. He's cleared himself of suspicion in the Jigsaw murders through his framing of another agent in Saw V, has been hailed as a hero for his role in stopping the Jigsaw murders and saving the life of the little girl whose fate was left hanging at the end of Saw III, and is free to either walk away or continue the game in whatever direction he alone chooses. Only one detail needs wrapping up, his last assignment from Jigsaw, a new group of individuals to be tested. This, though, will turn out to be only one of a series of games to play out simultaneously in Saw VI.

Hoffman has broken out in this movie and emerged as a worthy lead for the Saw series (although after having recently rewatched the previous five Saw chapters right before this one, I'd already changed my opinion and decided that I was previously too hard both on Saw V and on the Hoffman character. More on that in a minute.
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Unanswered questions for SAW VII
Maybe because we like it. Wouldn't you continue watching something you liked? You say the series died after the Saw III and alot people agree. Most likely because Jigsaw died at the end of III. However, Jigsaw never worked alone, so it's not that unreasonable that the series contiued. There was... Read More
Jan 27, 2010 by MrSavoie2U |  See all 15 posts
Only on Blu Ray?
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Bonus Disc
I think it's across the board, since I got mine at Best Buy and received my free Saw I, rated R bonus disc.
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