Is it worth going to the cinema to see Saw X? The first reviews are already known and the fans of the saga are wondering if it will be good.
We have the first Saw reviews here. The long-awaited tenth installment of the horror franchise sees the return of John Kramer, played by Tobin Bell. A character who is currently traveling to Mexico in hopes of receiving a miraculous cure for his cancer. Instead of healing, he is tricked, triggering a new sadistic game of Jigsaw. But is this game worth it? What do film critics and the special press say? Is it worth going to the theaters to enjoy it?
The film was applauded and approved by the press
Comic Book. “Saw X is awesome, hard to watch and probably the best sequel to the saga in the last 15 years. It fits perfectly between the first and the second, and shows a side of Jigsaw that we haven’t seen to date . “Fans of the horror franchise will enjoy it.”
Nightmarish Conjurings. “Saw X is one of the best installments in the franchise. It recaptures the original spirit of the first film while allowing viewers to get to know John Kramer better. Plus, the traps are great.”
Cold Bleeding. “Saw X is the first movie in the saga I’ve ever seen. Tobin Bell is really special in this role. I now understand why interest in the franchise would drop without him. It’s all over here. I think fans love it, but will it create new ones? “I haven’t decided yet.”
Various. “Saw X is without a doubt one of the best films in the franchise. John Kramer is more of a protagonist than ever and Tobin Bell is great. “Amanda’s return is well executed and the traps are one of best (even if it’s simple), so is the story.”
Tale of Two Sisters Podcast. “I think Saw X is without a doubt one of the best films in the franchise. Without sacrificing any of the important elements of the saga, this new episode offers a more emotional story than the we thought. And it came at a good time.
The Direct. “Jigsaw’s latest sadistic game cuts straight to the bone. saw