Three popular horror movies. In 'Saw' (2004), two men, Adam (Whannell) and Dr Lawrence Gordon (Cary Elwes), wake up to find themselves chained to pipes in a room they have never seen before. Between them lies the dead body of a man with apparently self-inflicted gunshot wounds. As they begin to piece together the circumstances that led to their predicament, the pair realise they are the latest victims of a serial killer known as the Jigsaw, who orchestrates situations in which his captors will be driven to kill each other. They also learn that the killer has taken Gordon's family hostage. How can the men possibly outwit this sadistic psychopath in time to save themselves and the hostages? In 'Saw II' (2005), while investigating the bloody aftermath of a grizzly murder, Detective Eric Mason (Wahlberg) has the feeling that it is the work of Jigsaw (Tobin Bell), the notorious killer who disappeared leaving a trail of bodies - and parts - behind. And Mason is right. Jigsaw is at work again. But instead of two people locked in a room with only one unthinkable way out, there are eight. Eight strangers, unaware of their connection to each other, forced to play out a game that challenges their wits and puts their lives in jeopardy. 'White Noise' (2004) is a supernatural thriller based on the phenomenon known as EVP (Electronic Voice Phenomena). Jonathan Rivers (Michael Keaton) lives a peaceful life until his wife, Anna (Chandra West), is murdered. When he is contacted by a man (Ian McNeice) who claims to be receiving messages from Anna through EVP Jonathan becomes convinced that the messages are real and sets about trying to contact her on his own.