A group of sorority sisters try to cover up the death of their house-sister after a prank gone wrong, only to be stalked by a serial killer.
this is a classic who dunnit scream type film that will get you thinking and guessing throughout, the death scenes are amazing and will make you jump with excitement or scream with fear, (depending on your type of thrill profile) the characters are perfectly chosen and you get a real connection and understanding for each one that also plays another part on making this film great. the last big thing for me is that if they ever want to a sequel is potentially available after seeing that very final scene.
Director: Stewart Hendler
Writers: Josh Stolberg and Pete Goldfinger
Stars: Briana Evigan, Rumer Willis and Carrie Fisher
you want my opinion on this, i'll give it to you, by far the worst entry to the franchise so far as it completely travels away from the others and the original second part to this. Directed and written by Rob zombie, and starring Malcolm McDowell, Scout Taylor-Compton and Tyler Mane you would expect it to be a high payed and well shot film. but you thought wrong, despite even having a good story line with weird spirits of Michael s family appearing, the scenes are shot poorly too.
the movie sets out with Michael trying to once again "finish what he started" and tracks down Laurie in a hospital, after his failed reunion, the rampage begins again and deaths are closely followed.
i could ramble on and really go against this but there are much better films for me to review properly and for you to watch and ENJOY!!!
SAW. well by far the most unique and mind blowing, powerful and gripping entry to the series as it all begins very cheaply in a bathroom where 2 men are left to fight for their lives, finding clues and getting one step closer to finding who done this to them and why. directed by James Wan and starring Cary elwes and Leigh whannel.
this keeps you on the edge and in full suspense of what will happen and who the killer is, makes you really get involved in to what the audience will think and will leave stunned at the end, wanting more. and overall that's why this franchise became so big and huge across the world.