Director Darren Lynn Bousman, who also helmed the past two installments, doesn't deviate from the stylistic formula, which includes grinding industrial music, frenzied editing and a blue-gray color palette. show more
If an hour and a half of so-called "torture porn" sounds like fun, you'll find Saw IV situated somewhere between the first in the cycle (a solid original with plenty of energy in it) and the last (a gasping copycat willing to do anything to stay alive). show more
Since the thing is increasingly impatient to jump forward to the next big torture set piece, there isn't any time to establish anyone's character. Butcher shops are bloody, too, but they're not scary. show more
not as good as saw 3 but still good
Time to fire the new blood writers and bring back the old blood. Time to forgive and forget the writers strike, and start making some good movies again because lately there has been a great deal of crap, like Saw4. Utter urine! Horrid!
This sequel sucked!!! I went on opening night and everyone left the theatre mad as hell. It was dry and whack!!They should have stopped at Saw III, that was the best one.