Jigsaw (2002) is a horror picture about a group (there’s always a group) of art students (well, that’s different) working on their final project (get it?). They soon learn that they’ll be putting a little of themselves into their work, which is meant literally. Yeah, all the expected characters and plot lines are present. Still, the movie is fun and a hoot for lovers of the genre, with one caveat. There’s no nudity, which is really a foundational element. Sex and death just go together like peanut butter and chocolate. Aimee Bravo and Mia Zifkin do their best, though, stripping down to their underthings.