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Who are the masked attackers in Saw 3D?
SPOILER HEREIN At the end of Saw 3D, we see Hoffman finally get his comeuppance at the hands of Dr. Gordon, the original victim. However, when Hoffman is attacked and subdued in the parking lot, ...
Aug 9 '13 at 23:36
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