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7EVENTY 5IVE
2007 / Horror
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Directed by Brian Hooks and Deon Taylor
Written by Vashon Nutt, Brian Hooks and Deon Taylor
Starring Antwon Tanner, Brian Hooks, Wil Horneff, Jud Tylor, Aimee Garcia, Cherie Johnson and Germán Legarreta

A prank phone call has deadly consequences for a group of college students at a mansion.

The following tags are associated with this movie: slasher, mystery
7eventy 5ive (2007)
Review by Bradley Frohloff

7 / 10
I'm ashamed to say that I enjoyed this more than it deserves to be enjoyed. There's some really cliche and ridiculous characters in this movie, almost to the point where it feels like someone tried to reverse engineer a horror parody movie. The plot is pretty shit, it's got a twist that's been done plenty and ends on a silly cliffhanger. Rutger Hauer's presence is pretty wasted, but still nice to see a veteran in it.

There are some okay kills in the movie, a couple of decapitations and a cheap hooded killer roaming around. I think if you don't mind cheap shitty slasher movies from the 00's, this could potentially be up your alley.
7eventy 5ive (2007)
Review by Michael Mahoney

6 / 10
Originally known under the hideous title 7eventy 5ive, this slasher, better known as Dead Tone in the USA, isn't that great. It's okay, it's watchable, and once you get past the first thirty minutes, it's tolerable, but the film isn't quite good.

As far as the cast is concerned, few stand out. I liked both Brian Hooks and Antwon Tanner, and sure, German Legarreta's flamboyantly gay antics cracked me up, but I didn't love anyone here. Closest I got was in Austin Basis and Aimee Garcia - Basis' character was pretty interesting, and Aimee Garcia reminded me of someone every time she was on-screen (though after scanning her IMDb credits thrice, I've got nothing), so she became memorable that way. Rutger Hauer literally added nothing to the film but a big name, and Wil Horneff's performance toward the end was a bit ehh.

The ideas within 7eventy 5ive are interesting, and the ending did something that indeed caught me off-guard, but I think they could have done a better job than they did explaining the twist. It was still a unique idea, but I don't think the execution was the best.

Something else that somewhat bothered me was the lack of memorable kills. There was a couple of decapitations, but pretty much everything else, save for one of the kills near the conclusion, were generic ax deaths, and none were that enthralling.

On another note, the final ten seconds were terrible. Everything looks to be wrapped up, but OH MY GOD WHO'S THAT??????!?!?!?!?

Yeah, it was the atrocious ending that I rather wish slashers, and horror films in general, would just do away with. It's entirely possible this movie could have gotten a more average score, but that ending really turned me off. It wasn't a good movie before, but if this had been executed correctly, I think it would have had potential.
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