aspiring hippie. cult fim enthusiast. horror obsessed.
it's certainly better than its predecessor and has some elaborate traps, while only being about 90 minutes, which is good for something. but overall, Saw IV is a middle of the road entry that very clearly shows the series has no interest in going beyond a certain formula for its scripts.
Saw III barely even resembles a movie by definition, much less a good or halfway watchable one. it has barely enough of a plot to keep scenes moving along and attempts to mask this with pervasive horrific editing, including loud and unmotivated sound effects and cutting scenes practically in the middle of sentences at certain points. it feels like every new scene is the start of a new game with new characters, whose situations are only set up by two…