4 Not a `Director's Cut', as a feature packed Special EditionLeonhart | 23/03/2008 | See all Leonhart's reviews (30)This is essentially Saw 2 with a second disc packed with new special features different from those on the previous released DVD. As for the film, it's not a 'Director's Cut' as the box makes out, but instead - 'a newly remastered alternate cut'. Which I think means that certain scenes have been re-jigged around a bit, as to be honest I failed to notice anything new in the film. And unless you played the two versions along side one another I doubt you would either.If you haven't seen Saw 2, then definitely get this version. It's better all round, with some cool special features and incites into the Saw franchise.Don't get me wrong, Saw 2 isn't a patch on the first film. But never the less it's still an enjoyable horror film with another clever twist at the end. And to my mind it is still the best of the Saw sequels with some truly horrific and well thought out traps. Problem is that if you already own the original Saw 2 DVD release then it's not really worth getting again, unless of course you are an absolute Saw fanatic and must own everything.Typically this is one of those re-releases that always seem to get conveniently released when a sequel is doing well at the cinema in an attempt to rekindle interest in the franchise with sneak peaks of the new film on the special features disc. This DVD is certainly no exception. The thing is that any self-respecting Saw fan will have probably seen both Saw 3 and 4 by now, rendering these features pointless and obsolete. Never the less this is the definitive Saw 2 DVD, so if you don't already own it then get this and enjoy. No doubt a 'Director's Cut' of Saw 4 will come out when Saw 5 is released at cinemas. Mark my words!