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8-bit Se7en

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Se7en was released almost 20 years ago: a classic of its time and its genre.

So get ready to relive it all over again in glorious 8-bit with this fantastic retro game-style rendering, courtesy of the Dutton brothers at Cinefix.

Follow Detectives Mills and Somerset as they try to catch an unknown killer who attacks his victims according to the seven deadly sins; the ending is no less shocking this time around.

DISCOVER 30 FACTS ABOUT SE7EN HERE

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