Detective Eric Matthews, along with fellow police officers and a SWAT Team, locate Jigsaw’s lair and go to arrest him, but discover that his arrest is only a part of Jigsaw’s plan. Matthews soon learns that eight people are trapped in an old house and are playing one of Jigsaw’s games. One of them is his own son, Daniel Matthews. Eric learns that if he wants to see his son again, he must play one of Jigsaw’s games as well.
User Reviews: Saw II follows on the heels of Saw, as another taught, tense thriller. The mark of a great thriller/shocker/horror movie is the number of twists and turns, and this is what identifies Saw II as one of the better members of its genre.
This is NOT a movie where people walk backwards into dark rooms. This is NOT a movie where people pull sheets off bodies. That’s all too predictable for Saw II. In fact, there’s virtually nowhere in this film, where you can say that you’ve got it figured out.
Few movies keep me on the edge of my seat. This was one of them. There was no one dozing off during this flick. And the number of folks who walked out to take/make cell phone calls was the lowest I’ve ever seen.
Like Saw, this sequel is more than a little bloody in some places, but that’s to be understood. It was never promoted as a walk in the park. If you’re in the mood for a thriller that will keep you on the edge of your seat, this is worth a try.
And this movie left more than a few folks in the audience waiting for another sequel.