It’s time for a change of mood… how about dark and miserable!? Welcome to Episode 3 of “Reel Chat“, a new podcast devoted to the “Reel World as we know it”.

On this third installment of the “Vintage Vault”, host Adam Stolfo is once again joined by co-host Brose Avard, a very proud and excitable Andrew McCaskill (as this is his chosen episode), and the returning Matthew O’Neill, to look in depth at one of the darkest and most respected thrillers of the mid 90s – director David Fincher’s “Seven“… or “Se7en“.

Learn all about the film’s legacy and ongoing failure to claim the respect it so rightly deserves. Learn about it’s huge influence on various horror and thriller movies that followed. And learn about the film’s planned alternate endings, with New Line Cinema getting cold feet and subsequently opting for a compromise ending.

We also look in depth at the film’s iconic cast, it’s talented filmmakers, it’s outstanding Blu-Ray and DVD release, as well as which of the 7 deadly sins John Doe would hunt down each one of our boy’s for!

 

 

THE TEAM’S REVIEW SCORES

Adam          4 1/2 out of 5 – RECOMMEND

Brose          5 out of 5 – RECOMMEND

Andrew      5 out of 5 – RECOMMEND

Matthew    4 1/2 out of 5 – RECOMMEND

Stuart         5 out of 5 – RECOMMEND

Michael      4 out of 5 – RECOMMEND

 

 

 

 

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