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
Thoughts – Midnight 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 Episode – Bev – 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 Episode – Reality 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.