Are any of the Saw movies on Netflix? (where to watch all Saw movies)

Saw X. Photo Credit: Alexandro Bolaños Escamilla
Saw X. Photo Credit: Alexandro Bolaños Escamilla /

With Halloween and Saw X creeping closer, many horror movie fans are excited to revisit their favorite scary movies. If you’re a Jigsaw fan, that means checking out the Saw movies.

There are a lot of them, but the good thing about the Saw franchise is you don’t really have to watch them in order. You can skip around, watch your favorites, or sit down and marathon all nine of them before the tenth film is released. There is lots of hype surrounding Saw X because Tobin Bell is returning for the first time since 2017’s Jigsaw.

The original Saw, released in 2004, is still considered the best movie in the series by many, but if you’ve never seen them before or like all of them, you can check out where to stream them below.

Are any of the Saw movies on Netflix?

None of the Saw films are available to watch on Netflix right now. The good news is that there are some other horror movies with a similar vibe on the service that might appeal to you, like Squid GameTexas Chainsaw Massacre, Fear Street, and Choose or Die.

Where to watch the Saw movies

Thankfully for fans of the Saw movies, most of the films are on Prime Video or Starz! They are also available to purchase on physical media, and you can rent or buy them via digital platforms.

Here’s where you can stream each one if you don’t want to buy each movie:

  • Saw – Prime Video, Starz
  • Saw II – Prime Video, Starz
  • Saw III – Prime Video, Starz
  • Saw IV – Prime Video, Starz
  • Saw V – Prime Video, Starz
  • Saw VI – Prime Video, Starz
  • Saw 3D – Starz
  • Jigsaw – Prime Video, MGM
  • Spiral: From the Book of Saw – Hulu

Saw X will be released in theaters on September 29, 2023. Since it’s a Lionsgate film, it will likely go to Starz first after its theatrical run.

All Saw movies in order

The newest Saw movie, Saw X, is set canonically between the events of the first film and Saw II, but beyond that, you can mostly watch the Saw films in their release order. Technically, part of Jigsaw functions as a prequel, but since you’d have to split the movie into parts to watch it “chronologically” that way, it’s just easier to either watch it first or watch it later. The latter makes it make more sense.

  • Saw (2004)
  • Saw II (2005)
  • Saw III (2006)
  • Saw IV (2007)
  • Saw V (2008)
  • Saw VI (2009)
  • Saw 3D (2010)
  • Jigsaw (2017)
  • Spiral (2021)

Spiral more or less takes place in a new continuity, though there are some references to previous characters and movies. But you can watch it anytime, for the most part.

Are you a fan of the Saw movies? Do you plan to revisit any of them before Saw X is released in theaters on

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