The Lost Episode details
|Formats:||18 DVD, Blu-ray, LOVEFiLM Instant|
|Starring:||Sarah Agor, Michael Rooker, Brian Hagan, Robb Pruitt, Michael McKiddy, Ryan Keely, Jimmy Palumbo, Beverley Mitchell, Noam Harary, J. LaRose, Amanda Dunn, Ryan Windish, Patrick Mcdade, Marc Bicking, Haylie Duff|
The Lost Episode
|1hr 17 mins||18|
LOVEFiLM Instant Information
|Run time:||1 hour 17 minutes|
|Rental release:||To be confirmed|
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Dont watch thisBy a customer , 23 Dec 2012
[Highly rated reviewer]This type of film has been done many times before, which I have enjoyed quite a few of them, however this was very poor acting and storyline.
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Utterly Crap!!!By Abnormal (93 reviews) , 27 Oct 2013Very disappointing. This film was supposed to be a lower budget version of Grave Encounters which is why me and my partner watched it in the first place. It's practically identical but I'm sorry this is the biggest heap of crap I've ever seen in movie history as far as ghost and poltergeist films go. This was atrocious. What was the director thinking. The camera spent most of its time zooming in the main female chest because she was only wearing a cotton bra and it was cold outside. Not something I want to spent an entire film watching. If I wanted to see breasts or nipples the I'd just look at my partner thanks.
Rubbish is an understatementBy Lottie-Lou (11 reviews) from Hull , 16 Oct 2013OMG Do not waste a % of your life watching this!!!!!! I love found footage films but this simply sucks, if you've bought the DVD put it in a box, weigh it down and throw it in the river hopefully youll never see it again.
Actually, I thought it had something to sayBy MCJ (11 reviews) , 16 Oct 2013Directed by 'Henry' himself, Michael Rooker who also stars you may have expected something more gritty. I watched this thinking it may have been a good double bill with the much better 'Grave Encounters' the plot of which it seems to follow very closely. Problem with the film is that there are no scares. What was effective was the uncomfortable truth that psychiatric hospitals appear to have been places of serious abuse and human experimentation - it made me reflect on Foucault's book 'History of Madness' and about how 'society' defines 'normal' and 'abnormal' once subject to the tender mercy of the good doctors, caricatured as the Dr Evil played by Rooker, one becomes a prisoner. Tragically it also seems that young men and women were sent to these types of places simply for being 'difficult' by their own parents. Of course we should really turn to One Flew Over the Cuckoos Nest rather than a cheap horror film to study these injustices - the American Indian 'spirit guide' in the movie is probably a direct nod to this.
do yourself a favour, don't watch itBy kat59 (96 reviews) , 08 Oct 2013not worth the time wasted on it. do anything else, it will be time better spent .i often disagree with the other reviewers but not in this instance. bad in every way.
I wanted to throttle myselfBy cheesekake (1501 reviews) from uk , 04 May 2013to be honest watching the skin set on a bowl of hot porridge would have been much more enthralling, this film had awful acting, a good idea for a storyline but terribly executed. Not a one i'd recommend