Directed by Martin Murphy
Four teenagers travel to a secluded beach for the weekend hoping to have some debauched fun in the sun. Upon arrival, the group encounter a strange man called Zippo and find themselves experiencing an overwhelming sense of deja vu as their trip descends into a nightmare. LOST THINGS is a surprisingly inventive Australian horror that skews violence and gore for a more nuanced approach to horror cinema, relying on its eerie setting and surreal narrative to create a genuinely unnerving sense of dread. Contains strong language, sexual scenes, violence and gore.
Four teenagers see a beach trip descend into a nightmare in this inventive Australian horror.
Cast: Leon Ford, Lenka Kripac, Steve Le Marquand
When Aussies get it right they
As was saying. They are fantastic, unique plots, etc (check out cheap budget “Tunnel” amazing. But let’s loose haunted beaches. Try Skegness in November.
I really liked this film. It is a tad long and confusing at first but it ties up nicely at the end.
Nice build, decent writing, not bad overall. A bit long, but something different. Worth a watch.
Same old tired story. Terrible acting and dialogue. The only good thing was the score. 'Nothing to see here.