Obsessed with teaching his victims the value of life, a deranged, sadistic serial killer abducts the morally wayward. Once captured, they must face impossible choices in a horrific game of survival. The victims must fight to win their lives back, or die trying…

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Film Cast:

  • Dr. Lawrence Gordon: Cary Elwes
  • Adam Faulkner-Stanheight: Leigh Whannell
  • Detective David Tapp: Danny Glover
  • Alison Gordon: Monica Potter
  • Detective Steven Sing: Ken Leung
  • Diana Gordon: Makenzie Vega
  • Zep Hindle: Michael Emerson
  • Amanda Young: Shawnee Smith
  • Allison Kerry: Dina Meyer
  • John Kramer (a.k.a. Jigsaw): Tobin Bell
  • Paul: Mike Butters
  • Mark: Paul Gutrecht
  • Brett: Benito Martinez
  • Jeff Ridenhour: Ned Bellamy
  • Carla: Alexandra Bokyun Chun
  • Father: Avner Garbi
  • Detective (uncredited): Hans Raith
  • Dead Cellmate (uncredited): Oren Koules

Film Crew:

  • Story: James Wan
  • Story: Leigh Whannell
  • Producer: Mark Burg
  • Producer: Gregg Hoffman
  • Producer: Oren Koules
  • Original Music Composer: Charlie Clouser
  • Director of Photography: David A. Armstrong
  • Editor: Kevin Greutert
  • Casting: Amy Lippens
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Mark Allan
  • First Assistant Director: Daniel J. Heffner
  • Executive Producer: Stacey Testro
  • Executive Producer: Peter Block
  • Executive Producer: Jason Constantine
  • Assistant Makeup Artist: Richard Redlefsen
  • Costume Design: Jennifer L. Soulages
  • Assistant Editor: John Coniglio
  • Second Assistant Director: Alexa Sheehan
  • Foley Mixer: Jeremy Balko
  • Foley Artist: Shelley Roden
  • Production Design: Julie Berghoff
  • Gaffer: Yaron Levy
  • Co-Producer: Richard H. Prince
  • Music Editor: Cameron Allan
  • ADR Mixer: Alan Freedman
  • Special Effects Supervisor: Thomas L. Bellissimo
  • Prosthetic Supervisor: Rocky Faulkner
  • Makeup Artist: Scott H. Eddo
  • Makeup Department Head: Eleanor Sabaduquia
  • Art Direction: Nanet Harty
  • Sound Effects Editor: Randy Babajtis
  • Supervising Sound Editor: Jonathan Miller
  • Boom Operator: Speed Ratliff
  • Digital Compositors: Derek Bird
  • Visual Effects Producer: Andrew Midgley
  • Stunt Coordinator: Keith Adams
  • First Assistant Camera: Josh Harrison
  • Video Assist Operator: Martin Glover
  • Electrician: Thomas Kuo
  • Associate Producer: Lark Bernini
  • Script Supervisor: Jillian Giacomini
  • Special Effects Assistant: Charles Belardinelli
  • Color Timer: Dan Muscarella
  • Music Coordinator: Rebecca Rienks
  • Post Production Assistant: Ian Elias
  • Assistant Accountant: Sherry Kecskes
  • Dialogue Editor: Andrew Patterson
  • Carpenter: Timothy Feimster
  • Camera Operator: Jon Myers
  • Stunt Driver: Mocean Melvin
  • Grip: Chris Gordon
  • Art Department Assistant: Jill Bream
  • Key Grip: Oscar Garcia
  • Still Photographer: Greg Gayne
  • Costume Supervisor: Kathleen Russo
  • Hairstylist: Kashka Banjoko
  • Key Hair Stylist: Michelle Rene Elam
  • Craft Service: Tricia Sherwood
  • Camera Loader: Lisa Villaire
  • Production Intern: Chuck Radtke
  • Property Master: Bill Davis
  • Scenic Artist: Summer Ramsey
  • Set Production Assistant: Tory Mell
  • Digital Intermediate Colorist: Mark Griffith
  • Best Boy Electric: Brandon Cunningham
  • Rigging Grip: Bill Persaud
  • Casting Associate: Jennifer Levy
  • Production Accountant: Monica Muehlhause-Horn
  • Production Coordinator: Vicky Choy
  • Music Supervisor: Jonathan Scott Miller
  • Sound Mixer: John Taylor
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Marlo Pabon
  • Best Boy Grip: John Loveall
  • Second Unit Director of Photography: Andy Steinman
  • Costumer: Christina DeMasi
  • Electrician: Ray Skinner
  • Extras Casting: Lisa S. Beasley
  • Assistant Property Master: Jeffrey Reyes
  • Swing: Luis A. Arevalos
  • Title Designer: Robert Beebe
  • Dolly Grip: Michael Steffen
  • Second Assistant Camera: Todd Baldi
  • Music Arranger: Eric Gorfain
  • Key Set Production Assistant: Kenny Selko
  • Production Assistant: Alexis Ross
  • Production Secretary: Alex Franklin
  • Swing: Jake Blecha

Movie Reviews:

  • talisencrw: Though I tend to go for both older films (those made before 1970) and
    especially so when it comes to the horror/thriller genre, I saw parts 3
    and 5 upon theatrical release (yes, I know it’s really not right to see
    film series out of sequence but I simply don’t care) and they were
    intriguing and decent, don’t ask me why. Now that I both date a horror
    film aficionado and my 13-year-old son himself is one as well, I have
    decided to check out the contemporarily well-received original (I may
    decide now to see the entire series, and in order, but really who’s to
    say?). Instantly, such trusted, bankable actors as Cary Elwes and Danny
    Glover give it credibility, just as Bette Davis and Joan Crawford gave
    such films as ‘What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?’ way back in days gone
    by. This was much better than I felt parts 3 and 5 were, by the way.

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