This was, truly, an excrutiating film to sit through. The shallow slicing and dicing is easy to brush off once you exit the theater (which I did alongside a man of about 70 -- what did he think of it?!), but so many moments throughout are deeply sick and cringe-worthy. It feels like someone's scooping at your insides with a shovel.
Read my review of "Saw 3D," which I braved last week while visiting New York. It's now online at SouthPhillyReview.com. CLICK HERE.