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The Last Seven (2011)

| Drama, Horror, Sci-Fi | 2019 (USA)
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A feature length thriller/horror set in post-apocalyptic London starring Danny Dyer, Tamer Hassan, Simon Phillips, Ronan Vibert, Sebastian Street, Daisy Head, Rita Ramnani and John Mawson. ... See full summary »


John Stanley (screenplay)





Cast overview, first billed only:
Tamer Hassan ... Sgt. Jack Mason
Simon Phillips ... William Blake
Daisy Head ... Chloe Chambers
Sebastian Street ... Capt. Robert Kendrick
Rita Ramnani ... Isabelle
John Mawson ... Henry Chambers
Danny Dyer ... Angel of Death
Ronan Vibert ... Isaac Grainger
Idalina Leandro Idalina Leandro ... Isaac's Wife
Belle Hassan Belle Hassan ... Isaac's Daughter
Patricia Rybarczyk Patricia Rybarczyk ... William's Co-Worker
Johnny Lynch Johnny Lynch ... Cabinet Official
Jim Ford Jim Ford ... Army General
Grace Vallorani Grace Vallorani ... Paramedic 1
Yoram Halberstam Yoram Halberstam ... Paramedic 2


A feature length thriller/horror set in post-apocalyptic London starring Danny Dyer, Tamer Hassan, Simon Phillips, Ronan Vibert, Sebastian Street, Daisy Head, Rita Ramnani and John Mawson. The film tells the story of a cataclysmic event that leaves only 7 remaining people on earth and their desperate struggle to understand the events as they are hunted one by one by a demonic power. Written by Ty Power

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I am not one of The Last Seven. I am something else. See more »


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The film appealed to Danny Dyer as he had no dialogue. See more »


When William Blake uses the telephone box in the opening ten minutes, he first uses the phone to call 999, it rings but no answer, so we know the phone works. He then puts some change in the phone to make a second call but then changes his mind, and puts the receiver back down. At this point the change he put in should have come through the mechanism and into the slot in the bottom. You would hear this for sure as its quite a loud noise, this doesn't happen. See more »

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audio-visual cyanide
1 September 2010 | by ta-833-696268See all my reviews

Lets cut to the chase here, this is quite a bad film; in much the same way that Hitler was quite a naughty boy.

Its sole redeeming features are the initially interesting shots of London. After 10 minutes of nothing but however i found myself desperate for some actual drama and character interaction.

Not in this film you don't! Armed with a woefully clumpy and clichéd script, the actors manage the impressive task of actually worsening it in the delivery.

Philips chooses to adopt random unconvincing shouting as his tactic of choice, often cunningly contrasted with whispers, presumably to try and shake any remaining audience from the inevitable coma they will have slipped in to.

Meanwhile the usually dependable Hassan vainly tries to rough it and gritty up the tension a bit, only to realise he's inexplicably trapped in a film thats so soporific, it not only couldn't fight its way out of a paper bag, it would shatter every bone in its frail lifeless body upon the slightest hint of contact.

The only thing that actually piqued my interest (sadly for all the wrong reasons) was Mawson's turn as Henry. His ridiculous ham-fisted sloshing and bizarre facial extremes were only enhanced by his delivery of every line as if he were shortsighted and reading it off a cue card for the first (and hopefully last) time.

This is tripe that gives stomach lining a bad name. As a nation we supposedly produce the finest actors and writers in the world, so what are these gormless half-wits doing on the big screen gleefully kicking this festering equine corpse? Avoid this film, unless you are either related to someone associated with it, or suffering from insomnia.

Cynical maybe, but then so is a C- grade short stretched to a feature, with Danny Dyer hired to front it, whilst playing less of a prominent role than the girlfriend of its creator.

Lord have mercy.

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Release Date:

2019 (USA) See more »

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Filming Locations:

London, England, UK


Box Office


GBP1,200,000 (estimated)
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Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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