I don't know about you guys, but I really wanted to see Angelina get more screen, and what Hoffman was like before her death.
What's on your mind?
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What if it turns out Adam
Stanheight (i don't know if i spell it right but you know, the dude who took pictures of gordon and others) was the killer who took over the job? And that he wasn't suffocated, that it turned out to be not Adam, and Adam pulled a little switcheroo? That'd be the best plot twist, and really cool as well. What do you guys think about that possible plot twist?
I'm searching the web for props from the franchise. Like the photos that were used in each film, stalker photos, Amanda's letter, dead body photos, FBI files and so on.
Can anyone guide me to finding these items, or atleast some of them?
Okay, so in Jigsaw, they explain that one of the original "bucketheads", Mitch, sold a faulty motorcycle to John's NEPHEW. So in order for John to have that relationship, he has to have a brother or a sister that had a child. Now I guess it could be a sibling of Jill's that had a child because saying "nephew in-law" or "niece in-law" is quite a mouthful. Either way I can't recall hearing any mention in any of the movies of John or Jill having siblings. Am I wrong? Please enlighten me if I am, or even if there's something else that eludes towards one of them having siblings. I'd also love to hear any thoughts/theories about what this could mean in terms of apprentices or allies or something in terms of potential plot lines. Thank you! :)
Reverse Beartrap 2.0
Reverse Beartrap classic
Name: hot coins
Design an function: it consists of a giant pit with a gigantic trapdoor as the floor,and 2 shafts leading to the pit. When activated,the shafts will start to pour out coins,heats to around 50 degrees Celsius,at a slow rate at first but slowly began to go quicker. Pulling a lever in the pit will open the trapdoor. The victim falls onto a net but all the coins fall through the holes into a giant furnace below the net. Failing to do so will result in the victim being buried in 50 degrees Celsius and get burned to death.
So, I just finished all the movies. My parents always watched them and I was very young when they were out and never went to see them but I'm glad im late because I'd be sorry If I did not see them. My Saw List from worst to best in my opinion.
They are almost chronologically ordered. Let me know what you guys think and where you agree/disagree. Thanks!
DO you guys think a spin off could reveal that Mark Hoffman is alive and Dr. Gordon was testing him. Maybe a dual jigsaw antagonist thing going on there. Dr. Gordon was actually tested, so maybe by testing Hoffman, Hoffman will realize the importance of giving those a chance.. Thoughts and ideas? Thanks
Theoretically, Billy The Puppet came to light in inspiration of Bobby The Puppet after Jill's miscarriage. Billy was made as a more evil looking Bobby to carry out in John's games. However - Saw:Legacy(Jigsaw) disproves this as Billy was already featured in The Murderer's Trial - John's first ever game. How could've he been made for future use - when he had already had been used in the past?
So - drop that, say that theory is wrong. But it really doesn't make any sense. Saying that Jill Tuck's miscarriage is the first thing that happened - John spent most of his time hunting Cecil Adams directly after that (and shortly tested him afterwards) and the way Saw IV portrays it - it seems like he was Jigsaw's first. Saw:Legacy (Jigsaw) doesn't fit in.
Like it makes 0.0 sense that Billy was in Saw:Legacy (Jigsaw) if the idea of him didn't come till' after. It HAS to be the other way around - and Bobby is just a lighter version of Billy instead. I am so confused and I managed to give myself a headache. Any thoughts on this?
Saw marked the first and last appearance of Zep Hindle. Wiki states the soundtrack was named after him " to bring a dramatic tone to the end of the film, in which Zep Hindle is revealed to actually be a victim of the real antagonist, the Jigsaw Killer". However, beyond the first Saw - the soundtrack titles have only progressed by numbers i.e "Zepp Five, Zepp Six, Zepp Eight"' - yet again, Zep is deceased and no longer shown. Any theories on this?
First let me say I love the movies and tend to analyze the crap out of them. I spent the months up to Jigsaw's release closely examining every trailer, every article, every shred of information I could get on it and coming up with theories. Ultimately I concluded that Logan was the antagonist-there was something about him suspicious to me. Now after having seen Jigsaw and knowing he is John's successor the one thing that bothers me is Eleanor. My brain refuses to accept that she was just a pawn in Logan's plan. She was so crucial to the plot, luring Halloran and Hunt to suspect her, having the studio with trap replicas including one that was never seen in the movies and just so happens to be used in the game 10 years ago as well as Logan's modern version and then escaping Halloran's ambush to back up Logan's story. Plus John always had help setting up his games; I know Logan isn't a sick old man but it's still a lot of work for one person to do... I'm inclined to think someone assisted him and although since we're never given the behind the scenes stuff like that until later on, Eleanor seems like the most likely candidate for that because of how vital she is to his plan. Anyway, is it just me? Or do you guys think that she didn't know her part in things? I'd love to hear your thoughts :)
Hello... How was John Kramer unearthed without anyone noticing and where is his body? Was it mummified and put on an altar? We Brazilians love this franchise. Bye!