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Top 10 "Saw" Movies

It’s the spookiest time of the year and you know what that means! Horror movies! Some of the most popular horror movies have to be the Saw series. There are a lot of them, so I’ll make it easy and tell you the best ones.

10. Jigsaw (2017)

The Saw movie to end all Saw movies. The movie that would tie up all of the loose ends over the series. Rather than a group of people, this movie follows one man that has ruined so many lives. Very scary puzzles and traps that will make you cringe and hide behind your hands. 

9. Saw III (2006)

Very crazy movie. It had a lot of unexpected turns that made it that much better. I watched this with my grandmother and her church friends and we all had a hoot and a half. I don’t know why they added the musical number in the middle though.

8. O Brother, Where Art Thou? (2000)

Contrary to popular belief, and everything that you will read on the internet, this is the first installment of the Saw series. With George Clooney playing the lead, this one had to make an appearance on this list. This movie really characterizes George Clooney’s character and gives context for the whole series. 

7. Curious George (2006)

I think the movie producers were really brave to try and branch out into the children’s film industry. I don’t think the subject matter is very appropriate for children, but they did well with this movie. The soundtrack really makes this one. 

6. Saw II (2005)

I love the concept of this installment. It’s like a frat house in purgatory and no one likes each other. There were many times that I had to close my eyes, but I really enjoyed the 10 minute shot of the newborn kitten. Spoilers, but, the kitten does not come back for the rest of the movie.

5. Saw (2004)

This edition of Saw is hard to beat. But it does come in at number five here. With only two characters, it is a much more personal experience. It has a huge plot twist at the end. I’m not going to spoil it, but let’s just say they don’t call it Chuck E. Cheese for no reason.

4. The Santa Clause 2 (2002)

I love Tim Allen in this. Although there are some questionable scenes, I think Tim Allen made it work. This movie is about 6 hours, but it is really worth it and it will leave you spooked for a long time. I don’t know why they didn’t just edit out the bloopers. 

3. Minute Men (2008)

Including time travel was risky but I think they hit the mark with this one. I cried during the wedding scene. 

2. The Fox and the Hound (1981)

A cinematic masterpiece. I cried for two days after watching this movie. I’m glad that the fox and the hound ended up being friends. They have a great dynamic together. 

  1. Cinderella (1950)

I really think that Jigsaw finding his prince and ending his murderous rampage is one of the best storylines I’ve ever watched. I think the pure love that they had for each other really sets a good example for today’s children.

Jigsaw picture found here.

Saw III picture found here.

O Brother, Where Art Thou? picture found here.

Curious George picture found here.

Saw II picture found here.

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The Santa Clause 2 picture found here.

Minute Men picture found here.

The Fox and the Hound picture found here.

Cinderella picture found here.