Plot: It started on an unseasonably warm autumn day four years ago. Ray, Tim, and
Jennifer were just three teenage friends hanging out in the campgrounds, drinking a little.
But Tim and Jennifer didn't know what their friend Ray had in mind. And if they'd known,
they wouldn't have thought he was serious. Then they saw what he did to the two girls at
the neighboring campsite--and knew he was dead serious. It's now four years later and
Ray has not been charged with the murders in the campgrounds, but there's one cop
determined to make him pay. Ray figures he's in the clear. Tim and Jennifer think the worst
is behind them, that the horrors are all in the past. They're wrong. The worst is still to
come.

Cast: Marc Senter, Shay Astar, Alex Frost, Megan Henning, Robin Sydney, Erin Brown,
Ruby La Rocca, Eddie Steeples, Dee Wallace-Stone, Michael Bowen, Ed Lauter

Director: Chris Sivertson

Writers: Chris Sivertson, Jack Ketchum (novel)

Official Site:  thelostmovie.net

Release Date:

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UPDATES

07/30/07-

Chris Sivertson, the director of the recent Lindsay Lohan flick I KNOW WHO KILLED ME
revealed on Fangoria Radio that his previous feature, the festival hit THE LOST, has been
acquired by Anchor Bay Entertainment. A theatrical release is being discussed for next
year.
"Anchor Bay has the balls to put it out unrated," Sivertson told Fangoria. Based on
the
novel by Jack Ketchum, it started on an unseasonably warm autumn day four years
ago. Ray, Tim, and Jennifer were just three teenage friends hanging out in the
campgrounds, drinking a little. But Tim and Jennifer didn't know what their friend Ray had
in mind. And if they'd known, they wouldn't have thought he was serious.

Then they saw what he did to the two girls at the neighboring campsite--and knew he
was dead serious. It's now four years later and Ray has not been charged with the
murders in the campgrounds, but there's one cop determined to make him pay. Ray figures
he's in the clear. Tim and Jennifer think the worst is behind them, that the horrors are all
in the past. They're wrong. The worst is still to come. Directed by Chris Sivertson, the film
stars Marc Senter, Shay Astar, Alex Frost, Megan Henning, Robin Sydney, Erin Brown,
Ruby La Rocca, Eddie Steeples, Dee Wallace-Stone, Michael Bowen and Ed Lauter.




06/09/06-

For all you lucky bastards in the Bay Area, we are giving out an open invitation to go
check out THE LOST in San Francisco on June 13th. At the Fangoria's Weekend of Horrors
convention we got to check out the trailer for THE LOST and we're super excited to see
it! The movie will premiere on the 13th at 7:00 pm at the Roxie Film Center. Still haven't
been sold on the movie? Well feel free to check out the interview we had with
writer/director Chris Sivertson. This is one screening you shouldn't miss! We'll be trying our
very best to make this screening so if you plan on attending then we just may see you
there! For more info you may go to
holehead.org.

Based on the
novel by Jack Ketchum, it started on an unseasonably warm autumn day four
years ago. Ray, Tim, and Jennifer were just three teenage friends hanging out in the
campgrounds, drinking a little. But Tim and Jennifer didn't know what their friend Ray had
in mind. And if they'd known, they wouldn't have thought he was serious. Then they saw
what he did to the two girls at the neighboring campsite--and knew he was dead serious.
It's now four years later and Ray has not been charged with the murders in the
campgrounds, but there's one cop determined to make him pay. Ray figures he's in the
clear. Tim and Jennifer think the worst is behind them, that the horrors are all in the past.
They're wrong. The worst is still to come.




04/11/06-

The upcoming film The Lost is said to premiere on May 1st at the New York City’s Two
Boots Pioneer Theater. Writer and director Chris Sivertson, author Jack Ketchum and
actress Ruby La Rocca will host the event. The movie will play in 35mm at 6:30 p.m. with
a Q&A session after the film is over.




03/04/06-

Just today we researched info for the movie based on the Jack Katchum novel 'The Lost'.
You can go to
sxsw.com to view the trailer and get dates for screening which are being
held in Austin Texas. You may also feel free to check out the official website or the Lost
Myspace Page for more information.
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