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How To Watch The Movie Saw For Free Online + More New Movies On Plex

August is upon us and cinephiles are in luck.

Sure, it’s still summer. But Plex is giving movie buffs and TV-bingers every reason to kick back and relax inside. Just last month, Plex began streaming a collection of amazing A24 titles for a limited time only.

To keep the summer movie nights going, the globally available one-stop shop for free streaming is adding a whole slate of new movies and shows to watch.

Over the coming month, you can stream a number of outstanding films—such as Saw (2004), The Road (2009), Train to Busan (2014), and many more—all for FREE.

In addition to the titles listed above, Plex has 210 FREE live TV channels and over 50,000 FREE on-demand movies available to stream. With so many titles to choose from and more being added, here are some of the best movies streaming on Plex in August to get you started.


New Movies on Plex in August

Plex makes planning your next summer movie night a breeze. Whether you have one particular film in mind or a few you’re deciding between, save them all to the Plex Universal Watchlist—even before they’re released on the service.

Saw (2004)

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Want to play a game? Take a step into Jigsaw’s sinister and deadly trap in this 2004 psychological horror film directed by James Wan. That’s right! The first, and arguably best, film from the iconic horror franchise is coming to Plex this August.

Follow Adam Stanheight and Dr. Lawrence Gordan as their will to live is put to the test in a sadistic game of life or death. From the Jigsaw killer’s infamous tape-recorded messages to the shockingly gruesome traps featured, Saw (2004) takes horror to a new level—ending it all with a disturbing twist that’s a must-watch.


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Staff writer for BroBible. Sean is a graduate of the University of Southern California and a lifelong Bay Area sports fan. He also supports Chelsea F.C. and Scuderia Ferrari along with additional interests in esports and film.