Six college students are preparing for their final exam in their art class. For their final exam, they are each given a part of a mannequin. With their part, they have to give it a design. They have one week to complete this design, and then they will place them all together and see what they end up with. After they put him together, they decide to burn him, and as a result Jigsaw returns from the ashes and wants to create a jigsaw of his own, using them for parts.
The movie opens with a girl laying on a table, it soon changes to a classroom. In this classroom, a teacher gives six students a piece of a mannequin, and they are to design it. A week later, the six students meet at a bar, they get really drunk and tell everyone why they designed the part the way they did. Afterwards, the decide to burn the Jigsaw. Once they do this, Jigsaw returns and goes after them one by one.
I had heard some pretty negative things about this, so it gave me low expectations of this film. The beginning of it is very slow. The characters seemed to have only one personality. One guy always acted as if he was pissed off, while another one acted as if he was trying to be funny, which he wasn’t. By the time that we hear the story of the final girl, my interest grew. I thought that she acted that scene out very well and by this time I was glued to the TV. I found that the creature didn’t look all that great, the one on the cover looked better. The monster was a mannequin, so we really couldn’t expect much from this creature. There are plot holes all throughout the movie, but if you can look past this, you’ll be in for a fun flick. If you’re in the mood for a low budget fright flick, I recommend you checking this one out. It’s worth a rental. I give it a 6 out of 10.