On Cinema Knife Fight, Michael Arruda takes a look at the 2010 movie, The Lost Tribe.
This is how Arruda opens his review: “The horror movie, The Lost Tribe (2010), is a classic example of a well-made movie done in by the fact that the folks who made it seem to have no idea how to tell a story. That would be director Roel Reine and screenwriter Mark E. Davidson. At least the film looks good, and there are some decent scenes in the film, so Reine can direct, but the story—and I’m not talking plot here because the plot isn’t half bad—I’m talking about the telling of the story. It’s here where the film fails, and it’s not alone.”
Catch the rest here: Pickin’ The Carcass: The Lost Tribe