Tobin Bell, the star of the upcoming film "Jigsaw," and producers Mark Burg and Oren Koules discuss the latest installment in the horror franchise and how the film came to be 13 years ago. Guinness World Records has named the series the most successful long-run horror film of all time. With "Jigsaw" actors in full makeup lined up behind the desk, our host Tim struggles to keep focus as he fights through his fear of scary movies. "Jigsaw" himself, actor Tobin Bell, and producers note the original script and storyline as the film's biggest draw, keeping fans coming back time and time again. Koules mentions the seven minute teaser that he first saw back in 2003 at Sundance, adding that it was then that he knew he had to be a part of the film. We ask all three what they are most afraid of. Both Koules and Burg reply unequivocally, "Donald Trump."