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The Lonely Ones (2006)

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Anticipating a weekend of R & R in the mountainous region of Northern Arizona, nine college buddies lodge at a remote cabin -- where local lore warns them of the horrifying evil that slinks... See full summary »



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Heather Conforto Heather Conforto ... Rinoa Rhineheart (as Heather Rae)
Devanny Pinn ... Tifa Boldin
Jose Rosete ... Blake Torres
Vince Reign ... Cid Barrett
Ron Berg Ron Berg ... Luke
Deanna Moraga Deanna Moraga ... Thessaly Bryant
Michael De La Torre Michael De La Torre ... Dante Jones
Josh Danziger ... Jimmy McKinnon
Ashley Fisher ... Mary Garcia (as Ashley Reid)
Matt Robinson ... Maul
Jermaine McKinney Jermaine McKinney ... Vince Hayes
Tiffany Scott Tiffany Scott ... Selphie Lucas
Shaun Brown Shaun Brown ... Crash
Mollie Gershon Mollie Gershon ... Shannon
Lisa Minzey Lisa Minzey ... Crystal


Anticipating a weekend of R & R in the mountainous region of Northern Arizona, nine college buddies lodge at a remote cabin -- where local lore warns them of the horrifying evil that slinks in the dark forest. Dismissing the cautions of the nearby townspeople, the friends are now trapped in a night of blood-soaked terror that will transform this simple getaway into a permanent vacation. David Michael Quiroz Jr. helms this indie slasher flick. Written by Netflix

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22 August 2006 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Arizona, USA


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$100,000 (estimated)
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1.78 : 1
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Did You Know?


Jimmy holds up a t-shirt with the words "Schlocktoberfest 2003" on it and says "Scott Foy rules!" in the background while Cid and Vince are talking about their plans for the weekend. This is a reference to the website Schlocktoberfest, which features amusing reviews of bad movies written by Scott Foy. See more »


Characters constantly pump rounds into the shotgun even though it is a single-shot model without a slide on it. See more »


Blake Torres: Hey you wanna go outside and grab your ankles, you be my guest. Me? I'm gonna make 'em fight for their supper.
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Written and Performed by The Refreshments
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Deserved a bigger budget
30 October 2006 | by slasher921See all my reviews

As other reviewers have already pointed out, this is a low budget movie - the listed budget is $100,000 I've seen movies with a tenth of that budget and similar production value. With the grainy digital video, bad or non-existent lighting, bad acting, muddled sound, and cheap-looking FX in the first twenty minutes I figured I was in for yet another microbudget waste of time.

Then, an amazing thing happens, and the movie suddenly finds its stride about 1/2 way through. Right as I was getting ready to write this one off, the focus shifts from the melodramatic coeds (there's one giggle-inducing scene where the main girl shows her ex boyfriend the shirt of his that she's kept - LAME!) to the lonely ones - a group of creatures that live in the forest. The flat film-making suddenly steps up as the victims start getting picked off and from here on out there's actually some good camera-work throughout the rest of the movie. Even the performances and FX pick up, and as someone who has seen a lot of shot-on-video productions, I can safely say that the second half of the film carries it above most of its peers.

I won't ruin anything for the viewer, but there is a very well-built story here that is worth checking out. What I thought was a boring and drawn-out setup (honestly, it could have been trimmed down here and there) actually ties in to the film's payoff and unlike some other movies I've seen, the movie's loose ends are actually tied up very well in the finale. There are some twists I didn't see coming, and some of the characters' actions surprised me as well.

Unfortunately, the very good story is hampered by the low budget pitfalls described earlier. Also, one of fights between a lonely one and victim plays out like a lame backyard wrestling production, and some of the kills should have been more graphic. The main thing is that the monsters in the film aren't much more than people in fake blood and rubber teeth. I know that the movie was concentrating more on the creatures' personality and stuff (a novel concept for today's horror movies), but this would have been a better movie if the makeup effects had lived up to the descriptions we get of the monsters during the setups.

I wish the filmmakers would have tried to get a bigger budget before filming this because the potential is there for a really good movie, but it seems like they bit off more than they could chew with this one. Still, the story alone is worth the price of a rental so long as the viewer can get past the production value. One of the websites said this movie hits more often than it misses, and I agree there.

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