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Jigsaw Redux

May 1, 2009
By Paul Pritchard
Jigsaw Redux

Originally released in 2006, Jigsaw is a thriller that draws its audience into an intricate web where little is revealed and less is explained until it unfolds and reveals a story as unique as the way it’s told. The original film was 74 minutes long and now writer/director has produced a much shorter 22...
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Jigsaw on DVD

February 9, 2007
By Paul Pritchard

Back in September, I reviewed the rather excellent neo-noir crime thiller, Jigsaw. I liked the film so much that I suggested that even if noir isnt your thing you should still try and see the film. And now you can. The makers of the film have come up with a Special Collectors...
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Jigsaw

September 19, 2006
By Paul Pritchard

A fantastic first film from writer/director Scott Staven, and the sort of film that make running a site like this worthwhile. If intelligent noirish thrillers are your thing, then Jigsaw is unmissable. If they’re not, you should try and see the film anyway.
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Jigsaw

August 7, 2006
By Paul Pritchard

'How can you solve a puzzle when you don't know what it's about?' That is the question Jigsaw asks of it's audience as they enter an intricate web where little is revealed and less is explained until it unfolds and reveals a story as unique as the way it's told. Jigsaw is a non-chronological...
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