00:00:00 - Previously on Frame By Frame - Spice Girls kidnapping
00:01:00 - Music Opening
00:01:45 - We wake up in a cave...
00:03:00 - Get the equipment, there might be a podcast in this.
00:04:00 - Se7en trailer.
00:06:30 - Trailer: Kind of like the film but shorter.
00:09:40 - Illuminati connection.
00:11:00 - Fincher took noir to a new level of black
00:11:35 - Spice Girls showering.
00:12:20 - Winona and Gweneth fallout over Shakespeare in Love.
00:15:25 - Humour in Se7en.
00:16:25 - Sloth surviving and going through therapy.
00:21:15 - City with no name.
00:22:00 - What's in the box!
00:24:00 - Sigourney Weaver, Academy Award non in sci fi... unrelated topic.
00:25:20 - Feel bad movies: Requiem for Dream.
00:26:30 - Morgan Freeman exposition man.
00:27:55 - Gweneth Paltrow and Morgan Freeman cafe scene.
00:28:30 - Nothing wrong with this movie
00:29:00 - What would Michael Bay do?
00:30:00 - Coke123 - Michael Bay doesn't mind the 7 deadly sins, but has 123 of his own pet peeves.
00:31:15 - Numbers in the titles replacing words.
00:34:05 - Fear of numbers for sequels.
00:35:25 - X Men: Oranges.
00:37:00 - Stenna Stallone! (chairlift joke: Sylvester Stallone is old)
00:38:30 - Surprised Matrix didn't have any odd titles - forgot the titles.
00:39:10 - How could they get Matrix 2 and 3 so wrong?
00:41:25 - Stephen's housemate won competition: lifesize carboard cut out of Neo.
00:43:00 - Colour of fear: green thanks to Matrix.
00:43:30 - Escape attempt: light switch - bodies of Backstreet Boys
00:44:10 - Andy's idea: skin the Backstreet boys and wear the flesh, scare the spice girls and escape. Great idea!
00:45:10 - The skinning of the Backstreet boys.
00:45:30 - Is it working...
00:46:20 - Singing... run... scare the spicegirls... and FREEDOM!
00:47:05 - The environmental gangster advert.
Brad Pitt, Morgan Freeman, Gwyneth Paltrow and Kevin Spacey bring to light a dark and filthy tale of 7 deadly murders through 7 deadly sins.
We on the other hand are in over our heads with the unfortunate kidnap scenario. Having been abducted by the Spice Girls (yes, those five British has-beens) we find a way to cope by talking about the darkest yet most brilliant David Fincher film, Se7en. Only then do we muster the strength to figure out an escape plan. Will we get out of this one alive?