Horror Case Files: Saw 7 (2010)

Jigsaw puppetSaw 7

Happy Halloween! The final Saw film. It’s so final, that they made it in 3-D. 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.


Jigsaw’s wife Jill, scared that Hoffman is after her, she goes to the cops. A final game is played by a person who making money by his inspirational speech from surviving a Jigsaw game, when he never played one.

Kill Count

24 people

Most Creative Kill

Reverse bear trap

The Killer(s)

Hoffman again. This time everyone knows he is the new Jigsaw and he is not hiding it.

What Happened to the Killers

Hoffman ends up killing Jill with a reverse bear trap. Then doctor Gordon from the first film appears, and it is revealed he is another Jigsaw apprentice. Doctor Gordon’s job was to watch over Jill and to respond immediately if something happens to her. Doctor Gordon chains up Hoffman to the room from the first movie and leaves him there to die.
Hoffman trapped

Horror Case Files Verdict

Unfortunately, the final entry goes back downhill. It’s just there to make tons of blood and gore. High kill count. In fact, the highest kill count in the series. Even though Doctor Gordon and others from the Saw series make an appearance, it’s still pretty lame. Mostly from really stupid decisions the police make. Example, Hoffman only armed with a knife took out everyone in the police station, and got to Jill who was in a protected room. Remember, Hoffman is an ordinary human being, no super human powers. If you want to just see graphic deaths, take a look. If you expect a fantastic ending to the franchise, stop at six and make up your own ending. Happy Halloween!

Random Info I got from this File:
  • Don’t lie to Jigsaw
  • A man can sneak into a police station and take everyone out
  • Make sure you insert the hooks in the proper chest area, if not, it will just tear out of you
File Status: 5 out of 10
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Graphic designer by day, and movie blogger whenever I can. Been watching films in the 80s and never lost the love for it. Started Movie Case Files in 2012, and kept writing random reviews ever since. Besides movies, I like watching UFC, collecting retro video games, spending time with the wife, and bacon.

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