Horror Case Files: Saw 6 (2009)

Simone in a trapSaw 6

Today’s useless information of the day is that Saw 6 has Tanedra Howard. Who is Tanedra Howard you ask. She is the winner of the Scream Queen contest. Her winning earned her a spot on Saw 6. Too scared to watch it? The Horror Case Files reveal the background story, kill count, most creative kill, the killer(s), and what happened to the killer(s). WARNING! SPOILERS if you continue.


Lindsey Perez who was Strahm’s partner is alive. It was assumed she died in Saw IV. Hoffman planted evidence so, that Strahm was made to look like he was Jigsaw. Meanwhile a new game is play by a man who is the head of a health insurance agency. Denying people insurance because of them being high risk, so he is entered in a similar decision making game.

Kill Count

12 people

Most Creative Kill

Death by acid injection

The Killer(s)

It’s Hoffman again.

What Happened to the Killers

Hoffman gets a reverse bear trap from Jigsaw’s wife. Somehow, he survives, coming out with a broken arm and a ripped jaw. Perez finds out that Hoffman is the new Jigsaw, but she gets stabbed by him. William Easton the insurance guy dies by the hands of the son of a person he denied insurance to.
Hoffman in a trap

Horror Case Files Verdict

I actually enjoyed this one. I thought the game had meaning believe it or not. William had to choose which of his employees would live or die just like how he decided he gets insured or not. The main story was nothing special until the end, where Jigsaw’s wife come into play. As for Perez being wild card, nothing new. She finds out who is Jigsaw and gets killed. Just like her partner in the last movie. A rental or if it’s on tv.

Random Info I got from this File:
  • If you want to lose weight, cut off your arm
  • Photographing a crime scene can be dangerous even after the crime has happened
  • If you hear a creepy puppet make noise, don’t move closer to it
File Status: 7 out of 10
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