Here’s How to Stream All Nine ‘Saw’ Films Before ‘Saw X’ Slashes into Theaters




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Spooky season is right around the corner and to start things off, Saw X will hit theaters on Friday. The Saw franchise has become an iconic horror series with 10 feature films and various other forms of media. The first film was released in 2004 and became a hit due to its gore, suspense, and twisted concept.

Created by Australian filmmakers James Wan and Leigh Whannell, the series primarily follows John “Jigsaw” Kramer (Tobin Bell), a serial killer who doesn’t directly kill his victims, but instead places them in torture traps that he calls “games” or “tests” to see if they have the will to live. Throughout the series, Kramer inspires a number of copycats. The series is noted for its use of flashbacks to explore the motives of Kramer, his accomplices, and the would-be copycats.

Bell has appeared in the majority of the franchise except for the previous installment, Spiral: From the Book of Saw, which is a spin-off from the first eight films. Spiral focused more on the horror thriller aspect than the typical traps that fans have grown to love from the franchise. Chris Rock took the helm as the star of the film with Samuel L. Jackson joining him as the most notable actor.

Critically, the series has had mixed reviews, but fans have shown up to the box office to see what devious Jigsaw traps they’ll think of next. Financially, the first nine films of the franchise were shot on a combined budget of approximately $97 million and have seen a combined worldwide return of over $1 billion. Even with the titular character dying in previous films, fans cannot get enough of Bell’s performance, which is why he’s back with a vengeance in Saw X.

Cutting the cord doesn’t have to be as difficult as cutting off a body part in one of Jigsaw’s sadistic traps and you don’t have to spend a fortune to catch up on the Saw films. You can find out how to watch the first nine Saw movies on your favorite streaming services, below.

How to Stream the Saw Films?

If you have a Roku, Fire TV, Apple TV, or any other compatible device, all you need is a subscription to a streaming service and an internet connection to witness the demented mind of Jigsaw in the Saw movies. The nine released films can be found on-demand via various streaming platforms, including, Prime Video, PeacockStarz, DIRECTV STREAM, Fubo, MGM+, and Hulu.

Below is a complete guide on which streaming service carries each Saw movie.

Stream the Saw Films on Prime Video

If you’re an Amazon Prime member, you can stream the following seven of the nine released Saw films on Prime Video for no additional charge:

Additionally, the seven films above are available to rent and purchase on Prime Video, along with Saw 3D: The Final Chapter and Spiral: From The Book of Saw.

If you want to begin streaming these gory horror classics, there are three ways to sign up. A full Amazon Prime membership, which includes all of the other benefits of Amazon Prime can be paid monthly at $14.99 per month or in a single, lump-sum payment of $139. Alternatively, you can sign up for a Prime Video membership only, which does not have the other benefits that go with the entire Amazon Prime account for $8.99 per month.

Stream all of the elaborate traps by Jigsaw by taking advantage of Prime’s 30-day free trial.

Sign up for Prime Video

Stream the Saw Films on Peacock

If you’re a Peacock subscriber, you won’t have to look far to find the first seven films in the franchise. The streaming platform hosts the following films in the franchise:

  • Saw, Saw II, Saw III, Saw IV, Saw V, Saw VI, and Saw 3D: The Final Chapter

Your wallet won’t have to stretch like The Rack trap from Jigsaw, as a Peacock Premium subscription is only $5.99 per month or $59.99 per year. With Peacock Premium you can stream 80,000+ hours of movies and shows and on-demand content. If you want to unlock everything the platform has to offer and upgrade to an ad-free experience, Peacock Premium Plus is only $11.99 per month or $119.99 annually.

Sign up for Peacock 

Stream the Saw Films on Starz

If you enjoy premium content and shows, a Starz subscription gives you the following Saw films:

For those who are on the fence about subscribing to Starz, now is the perfect time as the streaming platform is offering a special monthly price of $3 per month for your first three months. Outside of the Saw films, you can stream thousands of shows, movies, and Starz original series on your favorite devices.

Sign up for Starz

Other Ways to Stream the Saw Films

Live TV streaming services are a great way to watch on-demand content and the Saw films are no exception. DIRECTV STREAM and Fubo are superb choices for streaming your favorite shows due to their wide selection of popular networks and you can find some of Jigsaw’s finest work on both streamers:

  • Sign up for DIRECTV STREAM and you can get a 5-day free trial which will allow you to stream Saw, Saw II, Saw III, Saw IV, Saw V, Saw VI, and Saw 3D: The Final Chapter.
  • Sign up for Fubo to take advantage of the one-week free trial, and you can find Saw, Saw II, Saw III, Saw IV, Saw V, Saw VI, Saw 3D: The Final Chapter, Jigsaw, and Spiral: From The Book of Saw on-demand.

Another ad-free service that offers Jigsaw is MGM+. Right now, if you add MGM+ to your Prime Video subscription, you’ll get a one-week free trial and you can stream Jigsaw and thousands of other titles. Plus, you can sign up for MGM+ directly for as low as $5.99 per month or $49.99 per year.

Sign up for MGM+

Lastly, the latest Saw film, Spiral: From the Book of Saw can also be found on Hulu. With a generous one-month free trial, a Hulu subscription gives you an expansive library of shows, movies, originals, and more for the special price of $79.99 for the first year for a limited time. If you prefer monthly instead of the 16% annual savings, you can subscribe to the ad-supported monthly plan for $7.99 per month.

Sign up for Hulu

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