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On the first anniversary of her younger sister’s death Woodstock teen, Rosie (Sarah Rich – Orange is the New Black, Law & Order), discovers the mysterious man (Marc Menchaca – Ozark, The Sinner, The Outsider) who sexploited and bullied her sister to commit suicide back on-line trolling for new victims. After the authorities refuse to get involved she finds a darker side she never knew she had, as she takes justice into her own hands.

Midnight Mass – Episode Seven, Book VII: Revelation – Review ‘Glorious Conclusion’

Midnight Mass – Episode Seven, Book VII: Revelation – Glorious Conclusion

 

Director: Mike Flanagan

Starring: Zach Gilford, Henry Thomas, Annabeth Gish, Kate Siegel, Hamish Linktater, Michael Trucco, Rahul Kohli, Kristin Lehman

There may be spoilers in the rest of the review

Story: Midnight Mass, Episode Seven, Book VII: Revelation starts with the survivors of the incident in the church on the run, Erin, Sarah, Annie, Sheriff Hassan, Warren and Leeza going on the run from a now blood hungry island of residents looking to eliminate anyone who doesn’t agree with Father Paul and Bev’s beliefs.

This will become a battle for survival, as the numbers against the main group continue to grow, as Bev continues to believe the religious motivation behind everything is continuing to grow, seeing this as God’s cause, while the creature continues to be the deadliest threat on the island.

Thoughts on Midnight Mass, Episode Seven, Book VII: Revelation

ThoughtsMidnight Mass, Episode Seven, Book VII: Revelation is the final episode in the series that will see the survivors needing to find a way off the island before becoming the latest victims, make it to sunlight and they should be safe. This does have the thrills, scares everything needed for the best part of the horror in this show. The strangest part of the show is suddenly putting more of a spotlight upon Warren and Leeza, who have barely been involved in the rest of the show, Warren especially, Leeza did have one moment in an early episode. This might well have the shocking moments in the final sequences, it does however fall into some lazy choices against one of the characters, ones that leave little to the imagination.

Star of the EpisodeBev – Bev takes full centre stage in this final episode, becoming the pure evil her, religious obsessed figure has become with the events of the show unfolding. Demanding, evil and the best performance in the show.

Best Part of the EpisodeReality Hitting.

Final Thoughts Midnight Mass, Episode Seven, Book VII: Revelation does tie together everything together, with the chaos involved, leaving part of you feeling empty inside.

Even Mice Belong in Heaven (2021) Movie Review ‘Charmingly Delightful’

Even Mice Belong in Heaven – Charmingly Delightful

Director: Jan Bubenicek, Denisa Grimmova

Writer: Jeffrey Hylton, Richard Malatinsky, Alice Nellis (Screenplay)

Plot: A film about two mortal enemies – a little Mouse and a Fox, who after an unfortunate accident, meet in animal heaven. They lose their natural instincts and become best friends. Their wish to stay together after they return to earth comes true, but they are reborn into opposite roles. Thanks to the power of friendship they can even overcome what seems to be impossible.

Runtime: 1 Hour 20 Minutes

There may be spoilers in the rest of the review

Story: Even Mice Belong in Heaven starts as we meet the nervous little mouse Whizzy who wants to prove her friends wrong by showing she is fearless by approaching the deadly fox living in the nearby garden.

When something goes wrong with the plan, Whizzy finds herself in heaven, with other animals of every species, who can’t each other. Whizzy wants to go back to her family, but learns she can’t go back, so instead looks to find her father and is joined by an unlikely friend, White Belly, the fox she believes ate her, only to learn they both died in the same incident and look to travel heaven together in search of Whizzy’s father.

Thoughts on Even Mice Belong in Heaven

ThoughtsEven Mice Belong in Heaven is an animated adventure following a young mouse that must travel through her vision of heaven in search of a family, so she doesn’t have to spend eternity alone. She is joined by a fox, her mortal enemy in her life, as the two find themselves lost in the afterlife, learning they should have put their difference apart a long time ago. This is a story that will deal with death in a strange way, pushing for the idea of an afterlife that will give people or in this case, animals a chance to redeem themselves, creating a place where memories will keep them together. The animation style is wonderful to watching, showing the charm and creation of each different animal, getting the definite structure to make them stay unique in this world.

Signature Entertainment presents Even Mice Belong in Heaven at Cinemas Nationwide 1st October

Final Thoughts Even Mice Belong in Heaven is a delightful family film, filled with heart, soul and learning about life.

Midnight Mass – Episode Six – Book VI: Acts of the Apostles – Review ‘Finally Gets to the Horror’

Midnight Mass – Episode Six – Book VI: Acts of the Apostles – Finally Gets to the Horror

 

Director: Mike Flanagan

Starring: Zach Gilford, Henry Thomas, Annabeth Gish, Kate Siegel, Hamish Linktater, Michael Trucco, Rahul Kohli, Kristin Lehman

There may be spoilers in the rest of the review

Story: Midnight Mass, Episode Six, Book VI: Acts of the Apostles starts in the aftermath of the shocking conclusion of the last episode with Erin needing to make the difficult decision on whether to return to the island to try and save everyone, or run. Back on the island Father Paul sees that Riley hasn’t returned, knowing he might well have lost one of his flock, with Bev Keane starting to take control of the situation. Erin doesn’t know who to turn to, with only Dr Gunning being one she could trust, with both sides needing to see who is supporting who, as the battle lines start to be drawn up between the residents on the island.

Thoughts on Midnight Mass, Episode Six, Book VI: Acts of the Apostles

ThoughtsMidnight Mass, Episode Six, Book VI: Acts of the Apostles is the episode that will bring us the first major look at the two major sides of the resident on the island, we have seen it slowly building up from the previous episodes. This is dealing with a shocking moment happening before, as we finally get to see the bigger picture revealed to us all. We see how residents of the island are facing the reality of what might be happening, with them being left to make the big decision. This is the episode that we have been waiting for, it might well have taken too long to get here, but now we are here, we can enjoy the glorious horror unleashed on us.

Star of the EpisodeBev Keane – spending most of the series as the one planning for the bigger moment, she gets to shine on the highest possible level in this episode, one which will see the most of the cast shine, this one will let Bev hit the highest level possible.

Best Part of the EpisodeCeremony

Final Thoughts Midnight Mass, Episode Six, Book VI: Acts of the Apostles is the episode we have been waiting for, the one that unleashes everyone on us.

Midnight Mass – Episode Five, Book V: Gospel – Review ‘Failing to Spark’

Midnight Mass – Episode Five, Book V: Gospel – Failing to Spark

 

Director: Mike Flanagan

Starring: Zach Gilford, Henry Thomas, Annabeth Gish, Kate Siegel, Hamish Linktater, Michael Trucco, Rahul Kohli, Kristin Lehman

There may be spoilers in the rest of the review

Story: Midnight Mass, Episode Five, Book V: Gospel starts with Riley vanishing on the island, leaving Erin needing to turn to Sheriff Hassan for help, as Riley’s family feel he might have just fallen off the wagon again. Dr Gunning gets to take her mother to mass for the first time in years, with the changes she has been through, only to become worried with the new ideas that Father Paul is putting together.

As Riley reappears, we learn about the day he spends with Father Paul, learning about the transformation he is going through, showing the change that is coming to the island, with the angel watching over the residents, or as Father Paul likes to put it.

Thoughts on Midnight Mass, Episode Five, Book V: Gospel

ThoughtsMidnight Mass, Episode Five, Book V: Gospel does start to show us more about what is happening with the mysterious visitor, with the religious argument coming into play, with the idea it could well be an angel, while it seems clear to be something else. This is another episode that finds itself being held down by too much dialogue instead of giving us enough of the horror side of show. We find ourselves wanting a lot more by now, despite the fact we have the big concept put together, we are falling into too much of the religious discussions, leaving us without the direction we need to stand out. This show is fast becoming one of the flatter in the horror world, offering us up very little in the horror elements involved.

Star of the EpisodeFather Paul – Father Paul needs to explain the position he finds himself him, teaching Riley about what is going on, demanding he accepts the changes he is going through, being the person involved in the impact moments in the show to date.

Best Part of the EpisodeI’m Not Scared of You

Final Thoughts Midnight Mass, Episode Five, Book V: Gospel continues to fall into the conversation heavy, over any scary levels, lacking any spark it had built up.