Tag Archives: Se7en

October 06

Gone Girl – David Fincher twists his way into our hearts. (Film Review)

  This review doesn’t actually contain spoilers! (amazing) David Fincher is no stranger to bringing a beloved pop/pulp novel to the screen while it is only just sliding off the top of the best seller lists, so there is a disarming confidence at play before we even get to the film, that it will be […]

September 29

Films of David Fincher – The Game (Film Review)

The Game is one of those films that’s received more credibility over the years as history has caught up to central premise, which is not that bankers are supercilious dickheads drunk on Ayn Randian Kool-Aid who couldn’t last five minutes in a genuinely competitive environment (even if that might be true and a building block […]

September 28

The Films of David Fincher – Se7en. (Film Review)

  Se7en is the second time David Fincher has insisted on a weirdo number title that doesn’t make much sense other than to look kewl, but fortunately it is the last. It is also the first time we see Fincher in all his 126 minute glory after the debacle three years earlier of the third […]