Really good movie. I wouldn't say I was actually "scared" per se, but I was definitely creeped out through most of it. And, unlike Saw II, it actually tries to explore what torture does to humans, both the torturer and torturee. The reviews make it out to be much gorier than it is. Which isn't to say it's not gory, I actually got sick to my stomach twice watching it. But, like Texas Chainsaw Massacre, the extreme tension and overall dark atmosphere make it seem gorier than it actually is. But, you can tell that Eli Roth is a good filmmaker who will probably one day be a great one. This is one of the more original and actually creepy and intense horror movies I've seen in a long time. At the theater I saw it at, they ID'ed very strictly at the door, then they had a cop checking IDs in front of the theater, and I can't say I blame them, there is no way that kids should see this movie. The first half hour or so is basically nothing but fairly graphic sex and lots and lots of drug use. Then once the torture starts, it's certainly no more family-friendly. Even if you can handle the average horror movie, I'd think twice about seeing this if you get grossed out easily, there is some HARDCORE stuff in here.