Jigsaw, the diabolical criminal who captured the imagination of horror fans in the 2004 hit Saw, ret... read moreurns in this equally bloody sequel. Eric Matthews (Donnie Wahlberg) is a police detective who, after discovering the aftermath of a particularly gruesome murder, is convinced that Jigsaw (Tobin Bell) is up to his ugly tricks again. Matthews' hunch turns out to be correct, but the master criminal proves to be disconcertingly easy to capture. As it happens, Jigsaw is eager to be put behind bars in order to throw the authorities off his trail as he once again punishes people who in his eyes have transgressed the boundaries of acceptable moral behavior. But instead of trapping two people in a filthy dungeon where they must engage in a terrible contest in order to win their freedom, eight people have been locked away by Jigsaw, and they must torture their bodies and minds to achieve the terrible justice Jigsaw seeks. Saw II was written by Leigh Whannell, who also scripted the first film. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi
Three young Americans studying in Rome set off for a weekend trip when they run into a beautiful mod... read moreel from one of their art classes. Also on her way to an exotic destination, the gorgeous European invites the coeds to come along, assuring them they will be able to relax and rejuvenate. Will the girls find the oasis they are looking for? Or are they poised to become victims for hire, pawns in the fantasies of the sick and privileged from around the world who secretly travel here to savor more grisly pursuits?
. Not as good as the first film but still as gruesome as it
Reviewed 17 months days ago
. i don't understand why though as it wasn't exceptionally gruesome.
Reviewed 2 years days ago
Considered oppressive, sick, and gruesome. Eli Roth manages to accomplish much of what the first part didn't and then some. He also d
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Milo Ventimiglia (of the blockbuster TV series Heroes), headlines this dark crime thriller, which ma... read morerks the sophomore directorial outing of Marc Schoelermann, following the 2006 telemovie Hexxx. Ventimiglia portrays a young intern, newly arrived at the University Hospital in Philadelphia, who stumbles onto a psychopathic group of colleagues playing a vile game. They regularly select one of their members (on a rotational basis) to commit the "perfect murder," while the rest use forensic methods to try to determine exactly how the homicide was executed. Alyssa Milano (of TV's Who's the Boss? and Charmed) co-stars as Ventimiglia's fiancée, while thesps Johnny Whitworth and Lauren Lee Smith are among the perpetrators. Mark Neveldine and Brian Taylor (of Crank fame) scripted. ~ Nathan Southern, Rovi
. Although it is kind of gruesome "Pathology" is quite a good watch.
Reviewed 4 years days ago
I really like Milo Ventimilglia in this one, especially the vengeful determination in the end!! Gru
Reviewed 5 years days ago
pretty decent thriller if all a tad too obvious, not too mention just slightly bizarre?! Very gory, gruesome in places baring in mind the title. Ok for a watch once but far from great.