Hard to believe, but the Saw franchise turns 20 years old this year. Yes, it’s been two decades since Jigsaw came into our lives, asking us to play a little game. To celebrate, Lionsgate is releasing the Saw 10-Film Collection 20th Anniversary Edition, which arrives on Blu-ray, DVD, and Digital on March 5. After the critical success of Saw X last year, and the franchise officially grossing over $1 billion, this collection’s release arrives with perfect timing. The Saw 10-Film Collection 20th Anniversary Edition will be available for the suggested retail price of $79.99 for Blu-ray, DVD, and digital. You can see the packaging artwork right here, as well as read the official synopsis below:

Packaging art for Lionsgate's Saw 20th anniversart Blu-ray box set.

Here’s what we know about this Saw collection:

All 10 films from the franchise that created a new horror subgenre – including the latest chapter, Saw X – are collected here in one terrifying set. Rewind to the beginning when Jigsaw first springs his diabolically ingenious traps on the morally wayward, then travel his long road of pain all the way to Mexico in the newest entry’s untold story of John Kramer’s quest for a cancer cure, inspiring his most personal game yet.


The original Saw the big screen debut of director James Wan. It became a surprise sleeper hit when they released it in 2004. Almost overnight, Jigsaw and Billy the Puppet became horror icons on par with the likes of Freddy and Jason. In addition, Wan became a modern horror maestro, following up Saw with Insidious, The Conjuring, and most recently, Malignant. The peak of the Saw franchise was in the 2000s, when a new installment seemingly came out every Halloween season. Yet the series kept finding new ways to reboot itself in recent years. Now with ten films in, it seems as if this series will continue on forever. Saw XI even comes out this fall, so we’ll have to get ready to update our ten film collection sooner than we think. Jigsaw, long may you reign.