I'm not trying to be judgmental, but can anyone explain the appeal that "Saw" and similar movies have to someone (like me) who doesn't watch them? I admit to never seeing them: but when people say "If you don't like it, don't watch it", I don't.
Most Helpful Guy
I love the saw series, the story telling was unique, it set out to make think twice about recking other people life which karama ( jigsaw) can reck yours right back. Then when you see death ( fear) staring back at you your survival mode turns on and your left to cower in the corner. Jigsaw is murder with morals and great sense of philosophy. I can go on. But over the best horror movie I ever watched.
Most Helpful Girl
I'm obsessed with The Walking Dead, but I could never watch Saw in a million years. I haven't watched any of the movies but I've still had nightmares about them. I don't see the appeal either - all it is is blood and gore, no horror. But if others like it, it's whatever.