It's a treat to see these two greats on screen together again (I'm talking about De Niro and Pacino, in case you haven't worked it out).
Often the problem with television shows that are cancelled before the end of their run is they fail to achieve the grand vision of their original manifesto.
When Saw was first released we were treated to a new type of horror, something fresh, and that magic word ... original.
I tend to find ventriloquists dummies as scary as clowns, but this tame little flick fails to raise even one goosebump.
Hard to believe it’s only been 12 months since Saw III hit cinemas, but alas, we are living in the era of the sequel where film franchises are relegated to...