I'm not twisted enough to say that watching a "Saw" movie is fun: it's best viewed as a group experience, to shout at the scream at a dumb decision a stock character makes or predicting a plot point that hasn't happened yet. But why it has been so popular is that people are interested (which I guess is the word) in the games the killer Jigsaw has set up, which of course stem from the creativity of the writers, and how the characters respond to them. Here we see the cops capture Jigsaw immediately, but he's essentially on his deathbed, but is holding the son of a cop at ransom in a maze that has a timer on it. As I keep watching these movies and reviewing them here, the phrase "you know exactly what you're getting" will probably pop up frequently. In this one one of the traps is especially gruesome, depicting the infamous pit of needles, and some very disturbing scenes involving the harm of wrists. Still, I appreciated for what it was, and it certainly got its job done. I was SQUIRMING.