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The Trap is Set! ‘Jigsaw’ Returns On 4K HD, Blu-ray, DVD, and Digital HD! [Exclusive]

The Jigsaw Killer is back and taking his signature brand of twisted scenarios to the next level when Jigsaw arrives on Digital January 9, 2018, and on 4K Ultra HD (plus Blu-ray and Digital), Blu-ray Combo Pack (plus DVD and Digital), DVD, and On Demand January 23, 2018, from Lionsgate, Bloody Disgusting learned.

Renown genre directors Michael and Peter Spierig (Daybreakers, Undead) and writers Josh Stolberg and Peter Goldfinger reinvigorate one of the most successful horror franchises of all time with their latest installment starring Tobin Bell (Manson Family Vacation, The Firm, the SAW franchise), Laura Vandervoot (TV’s “Smallville” and “V”), Callum Keith Rennie (TV’s “The Man in the High Castle,” “Californication,” Memento), Brittany Allen (It Stains the Sands Red), Matt Passmore (TV’s “The Glades”), and Hannah Emily Anderson (TV’s “Lizzy Borden Took an Ax”).

In the latest terrifying installment of the legendary SAW series, law enforcement find itself chasing the ghost of a man dead for over a decade, embroiled in a diabolical new game that’s only just begun.  Has John Kramer, the infamous Jigsaw Killer, returned from the dead to commit a series of murders and remind the world to be grateful for the gift of life?  Or is this a trap set by a different killer with designs of their own?

Immerse yourself within Jigsaw’s world with the release’s extensive Special Features, including an all-new 7-Part Documentary, an Audio Commentary with Producers Mark Burg, Oren Koules, and Peter Block, and “The Choice is Yours: Exploring the Props” featurette.

4K UHD / BLU-RAY SPECIAL FEATURES

  • Audio Commentary with Producers Mark Burg, Oren Koules, and Peter Block
  • “I Speak for the Dead: The Legacy of Jigsaw” 7-Part Documentary
    • “A New Game”
    • “You Know His Name”
    • “Survival of the Fittest”
    • “Death by Design”
    • “Blood Sacrifice”
    • “The Source of Fear”
    • “The Truth Will Set You Free”
  • “The Choice is Yours: Exploring the Props” Featurette

DIGITAL SPECIAL FEATURES

  • “I Speak for the Dead: The Legacy of Jigsaw” 7-Part Documentary
    • “A New Game”
    • “You Know His Name”
    • “Survival of the Fittest”
    • “Death by Design”
    • “Blood Sacrifice”
    • “The Source of Fear”
    • “The Truth Will Set You Free”
  • “The Choice is Yours: Exploring the Props” Featurette

DVD SPECIAL FEATURES

  • Audio Commentary with Producers Mark Burg, Oren Koules, and Peter Block
  • “The Choice is Yours: Exploring the Props” Featurette



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COMMENTS

11 Comments
  • I love the cover art but, given that this is the most shallow and pointless entry in the entire franchise, I might not be buying it. Then again, sells could increase the chances of Saw VIII happening in some form or another. We’ll see…

    • Jay Bennett

      Im buying it based on the commentary, I really enjoy listening to Mark and Oren, they often talk about some “what could have been” stuff

      • Captain_Heh

        The 7 part documentary could be pretty awesome too.

  • Adaaification

    Any info for the Director’s Cut, the Unrated Version or Producers Cut? I mean it’s a tradition, so i don’t buy any first release of a SAW movie. Because there will be one or two more versions with new twists, more gore and more details.

  • This movie deserves an unrated cut because is the less violent Saw film.

    • That’s probably the only thing that could get me to spend more money on this surprisingly useless film.

  • Nahuel Benvenuto

    guess i did not missed much by not watching in theaters

    • You missed practically nothing. The next sequel could ignore pretty much everything that happened in Jigsaw, and it wouldn’t make any difference. No decent reveals, twists, gore (just two or three scenes with bad CGI), story, characters, or anything. Even the villain is just a carbon copy of Mark Hoffman who gets his revenge, with no indication that he even plans on continuing to make traps. The film is frustratingly skippable.

  • DS Ullery

    I really enjoyed this one. I’d say it’s my favorite after VI and II (I don’t revere the original, which I’ve always regarded as a mediocre film elevated by an interesting premise and rescued by an admittedly jaw dropping final scene).

    Lately I’ve favored digital as opposed to physical media for collection building (I find Vudu HDX digital copies in particular are outstanding), so I’m pleased by the earlier availability for that format. Looking forward to enjoying this one at home. I sincerely hope they continue with Logan for a direct sequel.

    • Why? All it did was repeat everything we’ve seen before with less gore and bland characters. I thought it was a wasted film that didn’t even further the story.

  • See this is what annoys me. If you’re going to try and create something new, and knock out some decent artwork to accompany a new movie, don’t just fall back on the tired grungey logo you’ve been using for years to sell blu rays. Stick by the new marketing.

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