The Last Seven
The Last Seven (2010)

Football Factory and Dead Man Running co-stars Tamer Hassan and Danny Dyer reunite once more for this apocalyptic thriller set in London. A man awakes to find the streets eerily silent and all trace of life completely removed. He has no… More

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Rated: Unrated
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Release Date: June 30, 2014
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Charlotte O'Sullivan
This is London

Here's a pretentious, cliché-ridden, London-set thriller notable for absolutely nothing.

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Trevor Johnston
Radio Times

It's all so dreary you'll wonder why they bothered.

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Simon Crook
Empire Magazine

Despite some effective horror beats, the payoff doesn't live up to the highly promising premise.

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Neil Smith
Total Film

Director Imran Naqvi evokes the requisite air of dread but is let down by an ending that neither surprises nor satisfies.

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Peter Bradshaw
Guardian

All this could have made an interesting film, but the dialogue and direction are just so agonisingly laboured.

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Tim Evans
Sky Movies

Clunky exposition and some decidedly wonky acting (Hassan's the best thing about it) slowly bleed the lifeblood out of a leaky plot.

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Matthew Turner
ViewLondon

Predictable British thriller with a lacklustre script, poor direction and atrocious performances, though it does at least deserve points for its deserted London scenes.

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Tim Robey
Daily Telegraph

As low on scares as it is on sense, good acting, musical numbers or other recognisable merits.

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Roy Gutteridge
All this could have made an interesting film, but the dialogue and direction are just so agonisingly laboured.