The gruesome Saw
series ushered in a new era of horror movies that some unflatteringly dubbed "torture porn." Every year near Halloween you could expect a new chapter featuring Jigsaw (Tobin Bell) and those brutal traps designed to teach victims to appreciate their lives before enduring a painful death. The games came to an end this October with the release of the seventh installment, which is now called Saw: The Final Chapter
for home. It was the first sequel shot in 3D, and Lionsgate is releasing a Blu-ray 3D version concurrently with the DVD and regular Blu-ray on January 25. Extras include commentary, deleted scenes, music videos and the BD exclusive "52 Ways to Die."