#1Dead SilenceDead Silence, from the creators of Saw, is a new terror experience. A local of Raven Fair is brutally murdered after she receives a mysterious package. Jaime, her widower, returns to the town and discovers the legend of Mary Shaw, a woman who was killed long ago and seems to be embodied in a horrific ventriloquist puppet.Movies
The follow up to The Collector tells the story of Elena being taken out by her friends in a surprise party to a secret place where she founds herself being the latest victim of The Collector, a psychopathic killer. The Collector kidnaps and transports her to an abandoned hotel he's transformed into his own private maze of torture and death.Movies
DID YOU KNOW?
Did you know that the runtime of all the Saw movies from Saw to Saw VII adds up to a total of 666 minutes? In popular culture, the number 666 is often associated with the devil or the antichrist. The main antagonist, John Kramer, who was known throughout the series as the Jigsaw Killer, was a dying man who lived by the philosophy that “those who don’t appreciate life do not deserve to live.” He tests people’s will to live by making them go through fatal and elaborate traps in order to convince them to value their life. Kramer died in the third installment of the franchise. It is a testament to his intelligence that he was able to plan traps in advance of his death – the Jigsaw Killer claimed victim after victim even after the death of his physical form.
The Saw franchise was recognized by Guinness as the most successful horror franchise in 2010. The first six Saw movies earned a total gross of $733,271,976, beating other horror film series like Friday the 13th and A Nightmare on Elm Street. Considering that the first Saw movie was supposed to be a straight-to-video release, filmed in 18 days with a budget of only $1 million, the franchise’s success is proof of its greatness.
#7Ichi the Killer
As sadomasochistic yakuza Kakihara searches for his missing boss and comes across Ichi, a repressed and psychotic killer who may be able to inflict levels of pain that Kakihara has only dreamed of. Ichi the Killer is a 2001 Japanese crime-horror film directed by Takashi Miike, written by Sakichi Sato, and is based on Hideo Yamamoto's manga series.Movies
Captivity, directed by Roland Joffé, inserts in the Torture Porn subgenre. The movie tells the story of a top model that wakes up in a cage and is forced to watch videotapes of people in the same cage being tortured and killed. She is not alone, though. A man called Gary is confined in another cage too.Movies
#11GagTwo profound thieves break into a Hollywood Hills mansion in search of a safe, but what they discover instead is a man bound, gagged and beaten beyond recognition. When they realize that they are trapped by a serial killer whose torture methods will have them begging for death, their friendship is put to the test. The simple burglary turns into a blood-drenched nightmare of greed, deceit and gut-wrenching violence.Movies