Hank Carlson was set to build the suit that Brian Ellis wears as Jigsaw. But director Don Adams did not like the head that Hank presented as he felt a smile did not fit the face. Hank did another head, but since it did not fit the actor's head they quickly made another new one without consulting Hank. See more »
The plastic arm changes position when the teacher sets it on the table in front of the guy. When the teacher is holding it, the hand is facing the left side of the screen, but it's facing the right of the screen when he sets it down on the table. See more »
All of the characters presented in this film -- except for The Man With The Sombrero -- are fictitious. All events where such characters appear are fictional. Any similarity to actual events are purely coincidental. See more »
I thought about not even flunking this film, because for a recent Full Moon quickie it's not all that bad. But you do have to wait like 50 minutes to finally see some Jigsaw action. Still, the film certainly wasn't boring to me (though I can imagine to many it will be, since it's not really a gore feast). The Jigsaw-killer being built out of the traumatizing fears of the students was a nice touch, by the way. Hmmm... but then again: "The Fear" (1995), anyone?. Okay acting & cinematography, even, for a low budget fair like this. Cool ending that was both disappointing and satisfying at the same time. You figure it out.
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