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Seven in Heaven

PG-13 2018 1h 34m Horror List
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A 16-year-old discovers all of his fears are true. Read More Read Less
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Dax Ebaben Bloody Disgusting The film does a lot of telling but not very much showing. It asks the audience to fill in the blanks without giving them much reason to want to try. Rated: 2/5 Aug 31, 2021 Full Review Read all reviews

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tom m I had placed this in my Netflix streaming "list" when it first came out for some inexplicable reason. Not really that good. It was bizarre. It didn't really hang together as a story all that well. Don't bother. Rated 1.5 out of 5 stars 03/31/23 Full Review Audience Member Put this movie on as some background noise while I was relaxing. it was a interesting concept but I'm very glad I didnt have high expectations. It was really a dud, a kinda okay goosebumps story at best. Spoilers Where to begin with the plot issues with this. Wallace was a big one. The alternate reality Wallace is either helping or trying to kill them and this is within the same reality. It then implies that he knows about other realities but never elaborates. The main actor is terrible. He has 0 emotion. He even had some funny lines that would have landed had he said them with any type of emotion and not just a monotone voice. The end with the tv screen was odd and not explained. Also the subplot of the cops and the party was boring. Would have been cooler if the kids in the normal universe tried to figure out more about the mysterious closet. Overall if you want a meh goosebumps like story you can watch it but it's not great if your paying attention. Rated 2 out of 5 stars 01/22/23 Full Review Landon J Its elements resemble more of a "don't think too hard", kiddie-pleaser goosebumps flick that a school kid watches with friends rather than a well executed adult horror gem of admiration. It has promise with its mysterious alternate reality plot , but nothing was ever truly explained in why it happened or the purpose . The big thing that burnt me was the character "Mr. Wallace". I won't say much more out of fear to spoil the story. But there is so much unexplained about his actions, plot role and purpose its absolutely outrageous! Rated 2.5 out of 5 stars 03/15/21 Full Review Audience Member movie sucked. The plot was everywhere and tried to come off as smart and deceptive, more like incredibly stupid and for people who failed special education class. The main character (Jude) is a literal psychopath, zero emotion throughout the entire movie, pupils bigger than I've ever seen, like flipping huge! the acting was terrible, and overall the movie just gave me an itch in my brain that only the barrel of a gun could solve. Rated 0.5 out of 5 stars 02/16/23 Full Review brad p ‘Seven In Heaven' is Perfect for the Young Horror Fan Rated 2 out of 5 stars 03/31/23 Full Review Audience Member While kind of mysterious, nothing was ever truly explained and there were too many tiny pieces of the plot that seemed to be added for no reason. The ending implied a circle around time, and every theory was messed up by it. This would have been okay if it actually had a storyline, but instead zigged, zagged, and fell into pieces. Interesting idea, but horrible execution. Rated 1.5 out of 5 stars 02/07/23 Full Review Read all reviews
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Synopsis A 16-year-old discovers all of his fears are true.
Chris Eigeman
Jason Blum, Tony Roman
Chris Eigeman
Production Co
Blumhouse Productions
PG-13 (Teen Partying|Language|Crude Sexual Content|Violence)
Original Language
Release Date (Streaming)
Oct 6, 2018
1h 34m
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