Ever since the first Saw came out in 2004, I had known people who cursed the movie's title and didn't want others to see it. Then after there were the others, not as mind bending and character heavy as the first, but they had their ways of being good. Saw II continues Jigsaw's terrifying games as he makes a group of people work together to live, oh yes, there will be blood. Saw III brings the expectations to a new high as we see Jigsaw dying. This is the goriest one in the franchise, so if you don't want too much gore, wait for it to come on TV. Saw IV is not my favorite, this is probably the series' low point. The whole game in this one is a flashback really, and the game is improbable compared to the reality of the others. Saw V brings the series back from the abomination that is Saw IV with just the opening trap. The ending is one you have to witness yourself. Saw VI is where the series hits the roof, going up and beyond where Saw III was, Saw VI brings a new element to the field. Who should you choose to live or die? Finally, we have Saw VII (or Saw: The Final Chapter), this has probably the coolest traps, yet the worst main character in the series. He tries, but always fails because he can't do it. The ending of the game is horrible and not the best, but the ending of the movie makes up for it. So this collection is worth a buy for its cheap price. This would however make a better marathon copy. If you want the movies just to own them and occasionally watch them, buy them separately. The discs are all nice, the cover looks fantastic. I recommend this to anyone here.