If youve been following the devilish puzzles of the dastardly Jigsaw in the Saw series so far, then youll fully know what to expect from this third entry in the saga.
Were introduced to characters who initially appear to be random victims, who find themselves caught in ingenious, deadly traps. Each of these traps come with difficult choices and the victims are forced to decide between death on one side and a gory escape.
In this installment however, Jigsaw is his deathbed, and his game involves a surgeon whose own life depends on keeping him alive. Expectedly there are a few added twists we're not going to ruin it for you if you haven't seen it, Saw III stays faithful to its familiar ground.
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