“Saw 3” epitomizes everything that is wrong with modern horror movies. The most recent trend in horror movies seems not to be frightening the audience, but rather making the audience sick to their stomachs by cramming in as much human suffering as possible. With respect to human suffering, “Saw 3” succeeds in making one wonder, “Who came up with all these horrible ways of torturing people?” The only thing about “Saw 3” that scared me was that someone actually made this film. A demented man dying of a brain tumor picks people whom he feels are not living their lives the way he thinks they should, and tortures them. For example, a man whose son was hit by a car and killed, is chosen as a victim because he has spent the years since his son’s death contemplating revenge. The psychopath plans out elaborate schemes for his victims, but there is no way his schemes could work out unless he knows everything the other people in the film are going to do. But of course, his schemes always work. Go figure.