"The Final Chapter".... for now. The Saw franchise has really been bastardised since the first movie. Its so obvious that I needn't say that the first film should never have spawned a sequel... it was too good to be cheapened. BUT it was and admittedly I have enjoyed the journey for the most part. Saw has become a horror franchise that deserves to be crowned with the rest of em' (Elm St, Halloween, Hellraiser, Friday 13th etc). This final instalment (we'll see) is the 7th and most grisly of them all. The traps are extremely gruesome but also the most fake looking of all the movies. It would seem that too much brainstorming was spent on creating inventive contraptions and little was committed to executing ('scuse the pun) them properly. For a "final" chapter that's supposed to round things off and bring closure to the story, I reckon it's a bit of a cop out. But hey for the gore-hound in me I still relished in the absurdity of it all. More of the same... good popcorny nonsense.