You can tell a lot about the intentional misspelling of a word in a film — mainly, that it is poison and should be avoided at all costs.
“8-Bit Kevin Spacey” is the name of my noise rock band. We’re playing a show next week. You should totally come.
This is as romantic as this website gets, unfortunately.
One of the reasons film noir is such an enduringly popular film movement is its handling of universal themes including oral weakness, crime, revenge, violence, etc. So it makes sense…
So it turns out the ending to Se7en is no less disturbing when all the characters are replaced by stuffed animals.
'The world is a fine place and worth fighting for.' And it looks awesome in Blu Ray!David Fincher's Se7en is getting the Blu Ray treatment, meaning you'll soon see the bloated corpse of the fatass who ate himself to death in high definition, as God the father intended.The disk will be loaded with extras, including audio commentaries, alternate endings and full motion video details of "John Doe´s" creepy notebook writings. No word yet on the case, but hopefully it will resemble the box with the severed head. I think that'd be neat!Se7en on Blu Ray hits stores September 14th. (DreadCentral)