So, let’s not even pretend that Se7en didn’t have an awful lot going for it, because it did. It had a great cast hunting a whacko serial killer on the run, exercising his right to recreate the Seven Deadly Sins. However, after finding corpse after corpse, there it the one discovery that gets the audience – and I think that Fincher executed this flawlessly: Mills and Somerset go into an apartment and investigate a terrifying, gross and mutilated corpse, and when they are right up there with it the corpse coughs. Yes, that’s right, cue plenty jumps and squeals.

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7 thoughts on “Sporadic Scene: Se7en (1995) – Sloth

  1. Laura says:

    When I moved out of a house share about 10 years ago, my friends rented my old room to someone they worked with. Turns out his personal hygiene was somewhat questionable. So bad was the smell that they hung a dozen magic trees from the ceiling outside the bedroom, just like in the film!

    Great film, by the way. I loved the ending!


    1. Zoë says:

      xD That would have been creepy no end, seeing as we all know how the movie goes!

      Definitely a solid film!

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  2. vinnieh says:

    This scene truly terrified me the first time I saw it.

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    1. Zoë says:

      It was executed really well.

      Liked by 1 person

      1. vinnieh says:

        Executed is a really good choice of word to describe it.

        Liked by 1 person

  3. table9mutant says:

    Ewww. Nice choice, though! 🙂

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Zoë says:

      🙂 Thank you!

      Liked by 1 person

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