Saw is a Canadian-American horror franchise. It currently consists of nine films distributed by Lionsgate. Also, two video games were eventually published by Konami, and later, he also published three short films. In one of the films that are Saw IV, the main theme or the background of this series is eventually explored.
A brilliant and successful civil engineer, John Kramer is married to the person who sits in the recovery clinic that too for drug addicts and her name was Jill Tuck, who was pregnant. Also, at the time of robbing the clinic by one of the patients who was treated by Jill, Cecil Adams. Later, Jill is affected by miscarriage as she was injured by herself and Gideon dies when Jill and John sign their divorce papers as they both start to face severe depression.
Shortly after this traumatic event, John’s health deteriorated, and he was diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumor. Outraged by his child’s death and the terminal diagnosis, John also attempted suicide just by pushing one of his cars into a cliff. But he survived, and when he decided to spend his remaining last days testing his will to live the way other people valued his life, he gave his life a new meaning.
Just to do this, he eventually abducts other people and out them also in a very bad situation at a place where the person can only survive by physically or mentally harming themselves. The first of our tests focuses on Cecil. After Cecil fails a test and dies, John cuts a jigsaw puzzle piece from the victim’s skin, symbolizing Cecil’s lack of survival instincts. Here are the movies like Saw.
25. The Silence of the Lambs
The role of Clarice Starling was eventually played or portrayed by Jodie Foster as one of the top students learning at the FBI’s training academy. Jack Crawford, who is Scott Glenn, wants Clarice to go to the doctor and take some treatments.
Hannibal Lecter, who again portrays the role of Anthony Hopkins, tries to interview a very intelligent psychiatrist who is also very violent and serving prison time for various murders and also cannibalism. Crawford thinks that Lecter may have insight into the case and that Sterling, as an attractive young woman, could be the bait to lure him out.
One of the darkest movies you’ll ever see; WAZ doesn’t mess around at all from the start. At first, it’s effectively inserted into two cops investigating what appears to be a gang murder, but as the investigation of the murder deepens, much more is revealed.
It’s an algebra rather than a gang tag of sorts, revealing something darker because it’s inscribed on the flesh of one of the people. The equation itself revolves around the idea of altruism, whether or not animals (or humans) in nature can act truly altruistically. Love, loved ones, how much would a person give for love and family?
23. Wrong Turn
Friends Jesse (Eliza Dushku) and Carly (Emmanuel Chriqui) travel with their friends Scott (Jeremy Sisto), Evan (Kevin Zegers), and Francine (Lindy Booth) in West Virginia with car problems. Moments later, driver Chris (Desmond Harrington) crashes into a wrecked car. The stranded friends find that hordes of backwoods cannibals are chasing them. The forest’s creatures are hungry and ferocious and will eat well unless Jessie and her friends betray them.
22. The Strangers
Meursault was a shipping officer who lived in a run-down apartment in Algiers, which he shared with his mother before sending her to a nursing home, which he rarely visited. The novel begins with him receiving a telegram that his mother has died. Meursault is unperturbed.
Meursault meets with the house’s manager, who assures him that he is happier at home than in Algiers, thus tempering Meursault’s inner reluctance to send his mother away. He told Meursault that he had arranged her religious funeral according to her wishes, though Meursault reflects personally that her mother was not religious.
Meursault went to the morgue and surprised the caretakers by refusing to see his mother’s body. They drink coffee together, smoke cigarettes, and guard the coffin with their mother’s friends. The next morning, Madame Meursault’s closest friend (and her alleged fiancée), Thomas Perez, join the funeral procession. They walk through a hot, scintillating landscape to a church for a funeral that Meursault barely remembers.
21. Ready or Not
Grace couldn’t be happier after marrying the man of her dreams in his family’s gorgeous mansion, and there’s only one catch. She has to hide from midnight to dawn while her new step-family hunts her down with rifles, crossbows, and other weapons. Ready or Not is one of the best horror movies of 2019. No matter how bad your in-laws are, it at least proves they weren’t trying to kill you.
Samara Weaving delivers a career-building performance as Grace in Ready or Not. She’s the performance that makes Final Girl a legend. Ready or Not follows Grace when she is unexpectedly forced to play a deadly game of hide-and-seek with her new stepson on her wedding night. She is in hiding, and they have to kill her until dawn. Otherwise, very bad things will happen to her family.
Grace uses her wit and determination to survive. The horror comedy offers plenty of blood and a grand finale. Ready or Not’s final moments mark the film’s place in the land of fabled horror films. This movie has a very impressive ending.
20. You’re Next
An upper-class family, the Davisons are very wealthy but also estranged. To mend broken family ties, Aubrey (Barbara Crampton) and Paul (Rob Moran) Davison take their four children and their children’s sweethearts to a weekend retreat to celebrate their wedding anniversary. The celebration gets off to a shaky start, but when a crossbow-wielding attacker in an animal mask suddenly attacks, Davison must pull himself together or die.
Special Agent Jennifer Marsh works for the FBI’s Elite Division, which specializes in combating cybercrime. She thinks she’s seen it all, especially until a sadistic criminal pops up on the internet, this tech-savvy killer posting the live feed of her crimes on her website. Marsh and her team must find the elusive killer before time runs out.
18. The Last Home on the Left
Mari and her friends were looking forward to a vacation at the remote Collingwood Lakehouse, but instead, they were kidnapped and left for dead by an escaped convict (Garrett Dillahunt) and his crew.
Mari returns to her home where her parents, John (Tony Goldwyn) and Emma (Monica Potter), have been sheltering her thugs without her knowledge. Upon learning of what happened to her daughter, John and Emma decided to grieve her stranger the day she harmed her Mari.
Dae-Su is a disgusting drunk boy who has been released from the police station again by his friend. However, he is kidnapped on the street, wakes up in a cell, and remains there for the next fifteen years of his life, unconscious when human contact is unavoidable, and otherwise only company television. Then, suddenly released, he was invited to track down his guards with a simply surprising solution.
16. Final Destination
Alex Browning (Devon Sawa) takes a trip to Paris. Alex has a hunch – he sees the plane suddenly explode after it leaves the ground. Alex insists that everyone exit the plane, forcing seven people, including Alex, to deplane.
Everyone sees the plane explode in a fireball. He and the other survivors have temporarily escaped death, but they won’t be able to escape their fate for long. These fugitives, one after another, fall victim to the Shinigami.
Eight candidates work together to secure a job at a well-known company. Eight talented candidates have reached the final selection stage to join the ranks of the mysterious powerhouse. Once inside the windowless room, the examiner will give her 80 minutes to answer simple questions.
He outlines three rules they will be disqualified if they don’t follow them. Don’t talk to him or the door guard. Don’t mess with their paperwork. He starts the clock and leaves. The candidate flips over the questionnaires – and finds them empty.
14. Wolf Creek
The chilling, fact-based tale of three road-trippers in remote Australia who find themselves in danger when they turn to a friendly local for help. Christy, Ben, and Liz are her three friends in their 20s, who set off on a hiking trip through the scenic Wolfe Creek National Park in the Australian Outback. The problems begin when they realize their car won’t start and run into a local Bushman named Mick Taylor.
13. The Purge
In America, which is riddled with crime and overcrowded prisons, the government imposes a grace period of 12 hours a year during which all criminal activity is legal, including murder. James Sandin (Ethan Hawke) and his family face the ultimate test when an intruder brings the malevolent outside world into their home. James, Mary (Lena Headey), and his two children struggle to survive the night while not becoming the monsters they want to avoid.
When retired police detective William Somerset (Morgan Freeman) tackles one final case with the help of newly transferred David Mills (Brad Pitt), they uncover a series of elaborate and gruesome murders. They soon find themselves dealing with a serial killer (Kevin Spacey), targeting people he believes is one of the seven deadly sins. Tracy is pregnant, and she fears raising a child in a crime-ridden city.
11. The Game
Nicholas Van Orton (Michael Douglas) is a successful banker who mostly talks to himself. When his estranged brother Conrad (Sean Penn) returns with a strange gift for his birthday, Nicholas reluctantly accepts.
Innocent at first, the game becomes more and more personal, and Orton begins to fear for his own life as he escapes the agents of the mysterious game organizers. With no one to trust and no money, Orton must find the answers on his own.
Fifty strangers facing execution must choose one of them to survive. In a vast, mysterious room, fifty strangers wake up to find they have no memory of how they got there. Every two minutes, he needs one death, performed by an electrical impulse generated by a source within the chamber.
At first, the attacks seem random, but soon the aliens realize that as a group, they have the power to decide who gets killed next: through the power of voting. Mob mentality at its best. A chance to control the machine.
9. Till death
Feeling stuck in her old marriage, Emma surprises Mark by taking him to a secluded lakeside home for a romantic evening on their 10th wedding anniversary. But that all changes the next morning when she finds herself handcuffed to Mark’s corpse.
Trapped and isolated in the dead of winter, Emma learns that this is just the beginning of Mark’s twisted plan and that to survive, she must contend with hired assassins who come to finish her off.
When David’s (Luke Wilson) and Amy (Kate Beckinsale) ’s car breaks down, they are forced to spend the night in a remote hotel. The couple enjoys watching a low-budget slasher movie on TV until they discover that the horrifying images they are seeing were filmed in the room they are staying in. Before you can become the latest star in another movie, you have to find a way to record your every move with a hidden camera.
7. Would you Rather
Iris (Brittany Snow) and seven other desperate people have been trapped in Shepard’s (Jeffrey Combs) mansion. Shepard forces them into a sadistic game with big stakes, but the dilemma only gets worse. It is based on the party game Would You Rather and is about a woman named Iris attending a dinner party that risks her life to attend.
Although she tried to stay away from some baseless splatters in the entry, there are still plenty of wince sequences. Would you like to cast Brittany Murphy as Iris, a young woman who cares for her ailing brother Laurie? She is invited by the mysterious philanthropist Lambrick (Jeffrey Combs) to take part in a game to find a bone marrow donor for his brother.
As soon as she arrives at her mansion, it quickly becomes apparent that Lambrick’s “You’d rather play a game” game is one of Survival’s hers, resulting in the player being crippled or killed.
6. The Platform
From then on, the inmates housed in the vertical cells watch those in the cells below starve while those in the cells above eat. It’s interesting to imagine how the TIFF Midnight Audience Award winner would have followed The Platform ten years before he did.
It had a limited theatrical release and would have garnered a cult following at midnight screenings around the world before actually catching fire on DVD as a hit in the word-of-mouth genre. All of those steps are going in 2020, and millions of people will be able to watch it on Netflix this weekend.
Of course, access to good movies is paramount, especially during quarantine, but I wonder if it’s just as appealing when buried in a crowded service as it is when people walk past. The old-fashioned way. The concept behind The Platform is undeniably clever. Almost the entire movie takes place in some sort of futuristic or Camus-Esque entity called The Hall.
Hundreds of stories high, he is a prison that holds people on two floors at a time. Each day a platform descends from a large hole in the center of the building, the only way to eat all day. At level 1, prisoners have access to lovingly prepared culinary feasts. If everyone ate a small ration, every prisoner would get something, and it could go way down.
Wes Craven reinvents and revives the ground-breaking horror genre in this modern horror classic that’s funny, clever, and chilling as a horror-masked knife maniac stalks a middle-class suburban high school student. As the number of corpses grows, Craven likes to create suspense and self-parody, but the victims aren’t always what you’d expect.
The 2022 version of Scream is more like the 1996 version of Scream. Kevin Williamson’s original script turned the kind of conversations fans had about John Carpenter and Wes Craven in school cafeterias and coffee shops into something bold and compelling, but James Vanderbilt and Written by Guy Busick, the new script exists in a world where these conversations are happening on a much larger scale: Discord chats, Reddit threads, fan conventions, and more.
It’s a world horror movie where everyone has an opinion about horror movies. Thankfully, it deftly balances references to the original film to (mostly) avoid the self-conscious self-righteousness that killed so many “Re-Quel” s and stays consistent with the first four films. Offer a product you feel you have, but clearly enough to have your voice.
4. The Collector
Collectors are packed with crazy twists. When someone who wants to rob a wealthy family’s house breaks in to make some easy money, he doesn’t think they’re already broken in and tied up. And he doesn’t expect previous intruders to leave booby traps all over the house to kill anyone trying to save the occupants. A man plans to break into a wealthy family’s home and steal their precious jewelry.
He soon learns that he chose the wrong night to carry out his plan, as the masked madman got there first, imprisoning his family and lining the mansion with deadly traps. Dunstan directed this film, and the collector this movie was an American horror film that was released in 2009. This film was written by Patrick Melton and Marcus Dunstan.
It Starring Josh Stewart, Michael Riley Burke, Andrea Roth, Juan Fernandez, Carly Scott Collins, Madeline Zima, and Robert Wisdom. The film follows a man who decides to rob a house to pay off a debt, but with much more sinister intentions than the Saw franchise prequels, as the origin story of villainous John Kramer/Jigsaw. However, the producers rejected and scrapped the idea, so the script was reworked into the original story.
If you’re looking for a movie that combines the deadly psychology of the Saw franchise with a spooky supernatural twist, Devil is the movie for you. In this movie, five strangers are stuck together in an elevator, which sounds like hell, before you realize one of them could be Lucifer himself. The five of them start their day in an elevator in an office tower in Philadelphia.
But what happens next is unusual. With the elevator stuck, the trapped passengers who were only supposed to be together for a few minutes now face the revelation of their secrets and transgressions. Frightening events turn annoyance into terror as they begin to realize that one of their numbers is Lucifer himself.
2. Escape room
Escape rooms have become very popular in recent years, but what if you could brag about doing more than just entering this staged room full of mysterious codes? A group is trapped in an all too real escape room experience. Six adventurous strangers visit a mysterious building and experience an escape room.
This is a game in which players compete to solve a series of puzzles and win $10,000. What started as seemingly innocent fun soon turns into an elaborate trap, part of a sadistic game of life and death, for four men and her two women turn into a nightmare.
The first film to capitalize on Saw’s success was Hostel. Three friends backpacking across Europe want to find a hostel in Slovakia and meet the gorgeous women who are staying there. What they find instead is a lethal game meant to catch naive tourists and torture them for fun.
Best friends Josh (Derek Richardson) and Paxton (Jay Hernandez) decided to spend the summer after college backpacking around Europe. While stopping in Amsterdam to indulge in their hobby of drugs and sex, they meet Ori (Eythor Gudjonsson), a like-minded traveler from Iceland. When three single men set out to investigate a tantalizing rumor about a Slovak hostel in a town populated by lewd women, they unwittingly find themselves drawn into a deadly game.