(Spoilers for a 20-year-old movie follow)
1995 was a simpler time; it was a decade before the launch of YouTube, Justin Bieber was only one, and film studios would insert numbers into their film titles without any rhyme or reason. The comedy group NonRandomNonSense returns to that quaint era by using two things YouTube viewers love—unboxing videos and Morgan Freeman impressions—to reveal the grisly contents of the parcel at the end of Se7en. There is a surprising attention to detail in this video, faithfully recreating the tense climax while still deviating for moments of inanity inherent to every unboxing entry. The filmmakers also show remarkable restraint in not making a Goop or Coldplay joke upon discovery of Gwyneth Paltrow’s head.
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