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During a nighttime Fourth of July parade, off-duty Detective Marv Bozwick chases a thief dressed as Uncle Sam down a filthy sewer drainage pipe. Attacked from behind by a figure wearing a grotesque pig mask, Bozwick wakes to find himself suspended by his tongue in an active subway tunnel. As he struggles in midair, a recorded message offers him a twisted deal: rip the lying tongue from his mouth and live, or dangle there and die. Unable to escape the trap, Bozwick is killed by a speeding subway train.
The following day, brash Detective Ezekiel “Zeke” Banks (Chris Rock) meets his new partner, Detective-in-Training William Schenk (Max Minghella). While investigating the horrific subway death, Banks and Schenk discover the victim was a fellow cop murdered in a manner reminiscent of the long-dead serial killer Jigsaw. Assigned by Captain Angie Garza (Marisol Nichols) to lead a citywide task force, Banks and Schenk comb through digital forensics, surveillance footage, and old Jigsaw case files looking for answers. Meanwhile, Banks’ legendary father, retired Police Chief Marcus Banks (Samuel L. Jackson) warns that things could get very ugly if this is indeed a demented Jigsaw copycat.
When another detective is found dead in a nightmarish trap with his fingers torn off, Zeke realizes that someone with a personal vendetta against the South Metro Police is targeting dirty cops. Ironically, Zeke himself once testified against a corrupt partner, a decision that enraged his father and alienated him from the rest of the force. As macabre videos arrive at the station offering gruesome clues and cryptic riddles, Zeke and Schenk are drawn deeper into the maniac’s deadly game. The body count quickly escalates as police officers are found flayed of their skin, scalded with boiling wax, and slaughtered with broken glass.
With time running out and his manhunt growing increasingly desperate, Zeke soon discovers that the killer’s true motive is more horrifying — and far more personal — than anyone could have imagined. Caught in a web of madness and murder, Zeke must piece together the final puzzle if he hopes