Saw II Nerve Gas House Layout? Edit
I saw on the Saw II Nerve Gas House page, under trivia, that there are layouts of the Nerve Gas House seen on the Saw II Special Edition DVD. I'm very curious to see these floorplans, would you maybe be able to update the Nerve Gas House page with images of these floor plans? Many thanks if you can!
There aren't floorplans on the DVD, just a virtual game thing where you can move through the entire house. It is in a CGI rendering. I don't think it's accurate given how absurd it looks, but we will never know since the whole house is never shown in the movie. Please remember to sign your comments in the future by using the signature button.
Saboteur99 (talk) 09:04, November 14, 2014 (UTC)
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Must Watch Videos Edit
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