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A sadistic mastermind unleashes a twisted form of justice in Spiral, the terrifying new chapter from the book of Saw.


  • Chris Rock
  • Max Minghella
  • Josh Stolberg
  • Samuel L. Jackson
  • Marisol Nichols
  • Daniel Petronijevic
  • Richard Zeppieri
  • Ali Johnson
  • Zoie Palmer
  • K.C. Collins
  • Edie Inksetter

Atom User Reviews

Verified Review

Could’ve been better. It’s obvious who has been behind it the whole time. Focused too much on the Det. Banks’ mental state. The games went against everything Jigsaw stood for, the victims never stood a chance. The traps were new though.

Chloe D
Verified Review

At no point was I entirely engrossed in the film or on the edge of my seat wondering what the next clue will be. This seems like a cash grab, something they threw together with Chris Rock as the big name because they knew it would draw in viewers. Decent movie, but something I could have watched at home.

Monique L


May 14, 2021

Spiral, however, doesn't chart its own course as much as simply try to have it both ways. And if the title implies a certain motion, the main direction the movie heads is essentially down the drain.

Brian Lowry
May 12, 2021

Spiral delivers when it comes to gore, if that’s your thing, and appropriately dour aesthetics — but not much else. That’s a shame, because the story’s themes, from the unreformable nature of the police department to the cost of integrity in a space that values power above all else, could not be more relevant.

Metacritic review by Lovia Gyarkye
Lovia Gyarkye
The Hollywood Reporter
May 12, 2021

A sequel that hopes to court Saw fans and mainstream audiences alike, Spiral: From the Book of Saw is likely to alienate them both. It’s a hollow imitation of the series, unable to meet its most basic visual and narrative expectations. It’s also a bad film in general, which tries to tell a socially relevant story that it can’t seem to handle.

Metacritic review by Siddhant Adlakha
Siddhant Adlakha