Jack Ketchumâ€™s The Lost / 2008
Individuals may be familiar with the original book by Jack Ketchum that this movie is made off of. The 2001 work is considered by many to be one of Ketchumâ€™s best known works, and it should not be surprising that
The crime goes unpunished â€“ Rayâ€™s friends Tim (Alex Frost, from Elephant, Stop-Loss, and Drillbit Taylor) and Jen (Shay Astar, who individuals may remember as August from 3rd Rock From The Sun) â€“ help remove all evidence from the scene. The action fast-forwards to four years later, where Rayâ€™s life is still pretty much the same. Ey has a live-in type of girlfriend in Kath, fighting and struggling with eir at a fairly regular basis. Put to the end of eir rope, Ray feels that it is time to bring forth all the flame and fury that ey can muster. While there are two detectives that are trying to bring Ray to justice, Ray is brining eir weapons out of disuse. The dramatic tension in Jack Ketchumâ€™s The Lost is such that viewers will feel that anything could happen.
The quick cuts and cinematography enasure that individuals will not know what is happening next. The additional features that are present â€“ an audio commentary with Ketchum eirself, along with Monica Oâ€™Rourke, footage of the audition reels, outtakes, and the storyboards, Â provide individuals with even more value for their buck. Siverton has done a great job in casting individuals that, while not famous at the current moment, will be the next big thing in the years to come. Jack Ketchumâ€™s â€œThe Lostâ€ is a thriller that will keep individuals on the edges of their seats for a while to come; hereâ€™s to hoping that the Ketchum/Sivertson combination is something that can be borne out in the years to come.