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    Episode 79: THE USUAL SUSPECTS

    Soft yes. It's a lot of fun, and Canon-worthy for the impact it had on the indie thriller genre, but not quite the amazing slam dunk it gets credited as. Also, minor point of Northern British pronunciation - it's not Pete Postal Weight, it's Pete Possul Thwaite.
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    Episode 77: SEVEN

    SPOILER WARNING FOR CIVIL WAR!!!! NO, REALLY!!!! Zemo's plan is basically the same as John Doe's, but with Tony Stark as Mills and video footage of Stark's parents being murdered instead of Gwyneth's head in a box.
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    Episode 77: SEVEN

    Firstly, please give me the contact details of Earwolf's lawyers, as I may need to sue for involuntary head injuries caused during the argument about the fucking aspirin bottles. Secondly, yes, Seven belongs in the Canon, although I do feel that time has diminished it somewhat - due to its nature, it's a film that works best the first time you see it. Thirdly, I've always considered Seven to be a semi-remake of The Abominable Doctor Phibes. Both feature a madman embarking on a biblical-themed murder spree, and both end with the killer using himself as the final "victim" of his own scheme. In fact, was Dr Phibes the first ever "themed killing spree" movie? It feels like it was.