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Saw IV (25-Oct-2007)

Director: Darren Lynn Bousman

Writers: Marcus Dunstan; Thomas Fenton; Patrick Melton

Keywords: Horror

Fourth entry in the Saw series follows a copycat of the deceased Jigsaw Killer as they place a law enforcement official at the mercy of yet another demented game.

ABSTRACT
The Jigsaw Killer, dead following the events of Saw III, is found to contain a wax-coated cassette in his body during his autopsy warning that "games" will still continue despite his death. Sure enough, SWAT lieutenant Daniel Rigg, the last man standing from the Jigsaw Killer's original investigation, is soon forced to endure another grisly "game" operated by one of Jigsaw's devotees, forced to work quickly and face his fears if he is to save police detective Eric Matthews and his own life in ninety minutes.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Tobin Bell
Actor
7-Aug-1942   Saw
Louis Ferreira
Actor
20-Feb-1967   Everett Young on Stargate Universe
Angus Macfadyen
Actor
21-Sep-1963   Braveheart
Costas Mandylor
Actor
3-Sep-1965   Triumph of the Spirit
Dina Meyer
Actor
22-Dec-1968   Starship Troopers
Scott Patterson
Actor
11-Sep-1958   Luke Danes on Gilmore Girls
Julian Richings
Actor
8-Sep-1955   Todd and the Book of Pure Evil
Betsy Russell
Actor
6-Sep-1963   Cheerleader Camp
Emmanuelle Vaugier
Actor
23-Jun-1976   Dr. Helen Bryce on Smallville
Donnie Wahlberg
Singer
17-Aug-1969   New Kids on the Block

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