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The Lost Tribe (2010)

  • Rate: 3.7/10 total 701 votes 
  • Genre: Adventure | Horror | Thriller
  • Runtime: USA:100 min
  • Filming Location: Los Angeles, California, USA
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The Lost Tribe (2010)


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  • IMDb page: The Lost Tribe (2010)
  • Rate: 3.7/10 total 701 votes 
  • Genre: Adventure | Horror | Thriller
  • Runtime: USA:100 min
  • Filming Location: Los Angeles, California, USA
  • Director: Roel Reiné
  • Stars: Emily Foxler, Nick Mennell and Marc Bacher
  • Original Music By: Bennett Salvay   
  • Sound Mix: Dolby Digital
  • Plot Keyword: Island | Castaway | Remake

Writing Credits By:

    (in alphabetical order)

  • Mark E. Davidson  screenplay

Known Trivia

    Plot: After a devastating boat crash, a group of friends are stranded on an uncharted island where they encounter an ancient tribe of humanoid creatures. Full summary » |  »

    Story: While on their way to Asia to close a business deal, five friends (Anna, Tom, Joe, Alexis, and Chris) rescue a man that's been left to drift at sea. Injured and in shock, the stranger overrides the yacht's autopilot and attempts to change the vessel's course, but instead wrecks the boat on a rock and the vessel sinks. The castaways wash ashore on the beach of an uncharted island and attempt to contact the Coast Guard over the yacht's radio. Before the Coast Guard can arrive, the body of the stranger vanishes from the grave the other survivors had laid him to rest in. Needing some time to himself, Tom wanders into the jungle and is attacked by an unseen assailant. During the attempt to find Tom the next day Alexis is killed by the jungle's inhabitants and Chris is taken. Joe and Anna discover a nefarious plot by the Vatican to cover up a research team's discoveries on the island before Joe is killed be an assassin sent by the church…Written by Jacob Abraham, Texas  

    FullCast & Crew

    Produced By:

    • Ethan Cushing known as associate producer
    • Paul Hart-Wilden known as line producer: Los Angeles pick-ups
    • Irvin Kershner known as executive producer
    • Michael A. Mendez known as line producer
    • Michael A. Mendez known as post-production producer
    • Terry Notary known as co-producer
    • Mohit Ramchandani known as producer
    • Rohan Ramchandani known as executive producer
    • Ashok Rao known as executive producer
    • Roel Reiné known as co-producer
    • Kavi Virk known as executive producer

    FullCast & Crew:

    • Emily Foxler known as Anna
    • Nick Mennell known as Tom
    • Marc Bacher known as Joe
    • Brianna Brown known as Alexis
    • Hadley Fraser known as Chris
    • Maxine Bahns known as Maya
    • Ryan Alosio known as Marcus
    • Lance Henriksen known as Gallo
    • Terry Notary known as Alpha Male
    • Peter David Parasiliti known as Alpha Male (voice)
    • Mohit Ramchandani known as Male in Church
    • Shane Brewer known as Soldier (uncredited)
    • Caleb Campbell known as Drowning Man (uncredited)
    • Daniel Case known as Creature (uncredited)
    • Hugh Daly known as Soldier (uncredited)
    • Wil Daniels known as Creature (uncredited)
    • Shane Denil known as Creature (uncredited)
    • Michael A. Mendez known as Freddy (uncredited)
    • Jason Whisman known as Creature (uncredited)



    Supporting Department

    Makeup Department:
    • J.D. Bowers known as prosthetic lab technician: Proteus Makeup FX
    • Barney Burman known as special makeup designer and creator: Proteus Makeup FX
    • Nikki Carbonetta known as makeup artist (as Nikki Carbonetta-Aguirre)
    • Steve Costanza known as additional makeup artist
    • Tom Devlin known as special makeup effects artist
    • Nicole Michaud known as key creature hair: Proteus FX
    • Yoko Nobushi known as key makeup artist: Panama
    • Liz Pisano known as special makeup effects co-department head: Panama
    • Jenn Rose known as special makeup effects co-department head: Panama
    • Ria Sharples known as makeup artist: reshoots, Los Angeles
    • Vincent Van Dyke known as sculptor/painter: Proteus Makeup FX
    • Rebecca Wachtel known as makeup department head

    Art Department:

    • Peter Abrahams known as computer set designer
    • Fernando Canlas known as storyboard artist
    • Liza Chenault known as set dresser
    • Peter Clines known as property master
    • Luis Cruz known as scenic
    • Lucas Culshaw known as concept artist
    • Jaime Fernandez known as construction coordinator
    • Jina Kim known as on-set painter
    • H. Conrad Knapp known as set dresser
    • David Lubinsky known as swing
    • Grey Masuyama known as storyboard artist
    • Kris Prince known as art production assistant
    • Yamileth Rivas known as painter
    • Rodrigo Rojas known as art department coordinator
    • Byron Stoddard known as storyboard artist
    • Adam C. Woods known as set dresser




    Production Companies:

    • Avatar Entertainment Group
    • Rebel Film BV

    Other Companies:

    • Avatar Entertainment Group  funding
    • Chapman/Leonard Studio Equipment  camera dollies
    • Chapman/Leonard Studio Equipment  cranes: dollies and remote camera systems
    • Deep Sky Digital  post-production facilities
    • Digital Post Services  digital laboratory
    • Digital Post Services  international servicing
    • Digital Post Services  title design
    • Digital Post Services  transcription & closed captioning
    • Dragonfly Sound  post-production sound services
    • Eisner & Frank  production legal
    • Hollywood Camera  camera equipment provided by
    • IndieClear  script clearance
    • InkTip  screenplay facilitation
    • InkTip  special thanks (uncredited)
    • PES Payroll  payroll services
    • Spank Machine  sound post-production
    • Wow & Flutter  sound post-production
    • Wow & Flutter  sound re-recording


    • Accent Film Entertainment (2010) (Australia) (DVD)
    • Eagle Films (2010) (Non-USA) (all media) (Middle East)
    • Epic Pictures Group (2009) (non-USA) (all media)
    • EuroVideo (2010) (Germany) (DVD)
    • IPA Asia Pacific (2009) (Thailand) (all media)
    • IPA Asia Pacific (2009) (Vietnam) (all media)
    • Image Entertainment



    Other Stuff

    Special Effects:

    • Terminal FX

    Visual Effects by:

    • Eugene Borodulin known as digital compositor
    • Jean-Paul DeMars known as additional visual effects artist
    • Artem Kalinin known as digital artist
    • Yulia Khorishko known as texture artist
    • Konstantin Kokarev known as digital artist
    • Vyacheslav Kornienko known as digital compositor
    • Oleksandr Kucherov known as senior cg supervisor
    • Vitalii Kyryliuk known as CG artist
    • Chris Longo known as visual effects producer
    • Cyril Martakov known as digital compositor
    • Yuri Meshalkin known as visual effects technical director
    • Oleksii Moskalenko known as visual effects supervisor
    • Artem Naumchuk known as digital artist
    • Andriy Stovbun known as digital artist
    • Burlin Taras known as senior visual effects supervisor
    • Andrey Vorozhbeed known as digital compositor
    • Jerry Wang known as additional visual effects artist
    • Jean Daniel Zacharias known as visual effects producer
    • Jean Daniel Zacharias known as visual effects supervisor
    • Roman Zander known as digital compositor

    Release Date:

    • USA 7 November 2009 (American Film Market)
    • Russia May 2010 (TV premiere)
    • Germany 15 July 2010 (DVD premiere)

    MPAA: Rated R for some violence/gore



    Filmography links and data courtesy of The Internet Movie Database

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    1. MartianOctocretr5 from Redondo Beach, CA
      30 Mar 2012, 1:22 am

      About 75% of the time, all you see is darkness and outlines, sometimeswith some crunching noises and people screaming. That approach is OKfor a horror movie when used in moderation: here it's used so much theymight as well have been filming from inside a closet. With the doorshut.

      Except for the anthropologist (or whoever she was) character, theacting looks like a You-Tube video somebody at a drunken frat partyshot of his friends when they were all beyond hammered. All of thesecharacters are obviously there for no other purpose than to becomeroadkill pizza for the creatures. There's one recognizable actor in thecast, whose purpose is even more baffling; he's an extra bad guy butwho knows what his motivations are. And it never matters or changesanything anyway. I guess the actor had some free time and worked on thecheap.

      The movie brazenly cuts and pastes direct images from Predator andseveral other movies. The creatures (that you can hardly ever see)grunt Kling-On and chase the scientist blonde all over the place, andthen let her go. Then chase her some more. She thinks they might be thelong sought-after Missing Link, but who knows? They show more skill,intelligence, and adaptability than some modern humans, such as whoeverwas responsible for this silliness.

    2. gavin6942 from United States
      30 Mar 2012, 1:22 am

      A group of young adults crashes their boat on some island, and theyencounter a race of primates that is maybe the missing link or maybesomething else. It's not really clear, but one thing is certain: theyare deadly.

      This movie is stupid for a number of reasons, the first being that theyhave no clue what they're talking about with Catholics — the filmfeatures a King James version of the Bible (not a Catholic one) andsays the motive is evolution denial. Believe it or not, the CatholicChurch believes in evolution! This is also obviously a "Predator"ripoff based on the cover art, and the creatures' vision. The beasts inthe film don't even really look like the cover, so it's a ripoff andmisleading.

      Where is this? 5 hours north of the Antilles… is that where evolutionoccurred? I don't know, but I doubt it, as that would be off theAmerican coast.

      Lance Henriksen appears, and tries to save the film… but fails.

    3. steveinconverse from United States
      30 Mar 2012, 1:22 am

      This movie is horrible. From the bad acting to the amateurish specialeffects to a lack of continuity, it has it all. The only redeemingquality in the production was the make up on the creatures. I'mactually disappointed that IMDb does not have a way to rate a movielower than "1". There was a complete lack of story and the addition ofLance Henrickson only teased me to rent it. Thank God it was a Redboxmovie and I'm only out $1 USD. Some of the things that stood out inthis movie as just being bad, poorly thought out or ridiculous?

      – Lack of HD? Perhaps its how the director intended it to be, but themovie appears to have been shot in SD rather than HD.

      – When they are on the beach after washing up after sinking and theyhave the radio and are trying to call for help. Last time I checked thegreat big 12v marine battery that powers that system would not havewashed up either, but yet, there it was! No antenna? How about aportable hand-held radio in the sequel?

      – Again on the beach, you see them standing close to the edge of theislands vegetation and then the very next scene is a faraway shot ofthem all standing on the beach and the vegetation is nowhere near them.

      – Obvious "Predator" comparisons can be made via some of the effectsand some of the actions of the actors such as the creatures vision,sliding down the mud trail etc.

      – Worst scene? When the female lead finds her boyfriend in the cave andrealizes that he cannot be saved, decides to smother him while kissinghim goodbye. We actually were howling with laughter at that.

      Again, please do not ever rent this. It took me two days to get thestink out of my DVD player.

    4. drumax-759-417828 from United States
      30 Mar 2012, 1:22 am

      This is not a very good movie. I watched it on the sci-fi channel so Iwasn't expecting it to be Oscar winning material and it wasn't. Thecomparison to Predator is valid when it comes to the creatures and howthey see the human targets (quite a bit of monster eye view scenes).The acting isn't great but then again, most of the time its just thevictims running around, screaming. The plot is certainly weak but ifyou are looking at this movie and complaining about details such as howthe radio still works after washing up on the beach, this is not yourmovie. Turn off the critical thinking.

      The movie begins by laying down the premise. Woman archaeologist findsmissing link. Church wants her dead and her findings covered up. She iskilled and then assassins are killed by creatures. Main characterswonder in after all this and have nothing to do with the archaeologistand the church. The church wanting to cover up proof of evolution isnot terribly hard to believe but sending a group of brutal assassins iscertainly over the top but even that isn't a new concept as Tom Hankshas been battling Vatican assassins over the course of two movies now.

      So after they crash on the island its a lot of running around andstupidity. There is an argument and a main character walks off (wantingto be alone for a bit) and we are completely shocked that hedisappears. This sets off the rest to go searching for him and the huntbegins in earnest.

      You don't see any of the 'lost tribe' until the last 10 minutes of themovie and I was pleasantly surprised to see them as they weren'tterribly bad, I could even say they were rather well done. Hybridcreatures that show part human part ape. They look more ape like in theway they move but more upright standing and they obviously have alanguage they speak, ritual and hierarchy.

      Acting is, by far, not the worst but far from the best, monster affectsare better than your average low budget and are the best part of themovie but only shown in the last 10-15 minutes of the movie. Script andoriginality are the real weak points.

      All in all it was better than I expected but I was expecting it to beso bad I would not finish it (like many sci-fi channel movies).

    5. True Metal from United States
      30 Mar 2012, 1:22 am

      First off, with the exception of a few goofs, this movie is actuallymade very well. Camera work is excellent, the settings are great, soundis original. And the acting is far better than the rest of thereviewers are giving credit for. There are movies with higher ratingswith worse acting.

      That being said, now I can inform you that the script is total crap.They obviously had no money left for a script writer. It is a blatantrip-off of Predator (as well as some other films).

      -The creatures are tribal.

      -They use the trees to get around.

      -Shot of a python in a tree? Check!.

      -One character startles another with deep whispered "Over Here!"

      -When we are shown what creatures see, we hear heartbeats and thevision is a chroma warp black and white version of the Predator'svision.

      -Instead of mud, grape juice smeared on you will keep from being seenby the creatures.

      -The leader unmask himself for the final battle. (I was expecting herto say "You're one ugly mofo.")

      -In the climax of the battle, she gets picked up by the neck and theygleam each other eye to eye.

      This movie also steals ideas from "Lost" and "The Descent". Thecreatures faces were stolen from Brahm Stoker's Dracula (Francis FordCoppola) and jump around like "Planet Of The Apes" .

      On top of all this, the subtle motive for the human antagonist is aplot by the Christian agenda to cover up evolution. This is completelyunnecessary and would have only worked 20 years ago before evolutionwas a proved fact. When you make a science fiction movie that includesfuture events as the catalyst, it's probably best to do your homeworkand make sure those events are still science "fiction".

    6. Claudio Carvalho from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
      30 Mar 2012, 1:22 am

      While navigating with his girlfriend Alexis (Brianna Brown) and hispartners and friends Chris (Hadley Fraser) and Tom (Nick Mennell) andhis girlfriend Anna (Emily Foxler) to a close a Broadband Internetaccess business in Asia in the motor pleasure yacht of Joe (MarcBacher), they rescue a wounded drowned man in shock. During the night,the stranger overrides the automatic pilot and steers the vessel tochange the direction; however he accidentally wrecks on a rock and thevessel sinks. The castaways reach a beach in an island and they try tocontact the coast-guard through the radio. However, during the night,the body of the stranger vanishes from the grave and then Tom alsodisappears. The group decides to seek-out Tom and sooner they find thatthe wild jungle has hostile inhabitants that hunt in pack and thesurvivors are the prey.

      "The Lost Tribe" is a remake of the weak "The Forgotten Ones", with thesame storyline, a better development of the castaways and a ridiculoussub-plot of a priest (Lance Henriksen) that seems to be inspired in"Rambo" that kills a group of researchers to avoid them to releaseinformation about the discovery of the missing link in human evolution.Despite having no religion, I hate this sort of disrespectful campaignagainst the Catholic Church promoted by some filmmakers in the cinemaindustry with obscure intentions. The plot is flawed and there is nodevelopment of the key character performed by the decadent LanceHenriksen. The beautiful and sexy Brianna Brown is totally wasted in aspendable character with laughable lines that wears only bikini and totell the truth, I only liked the characters and performances of EmilyFoxler and the creatures. If you have already seen "The ForgottenOnes", "The Lost Tribe" will give you the sensation of déjà vu. My voteis five.

      Title (Brazil): "A Tribo II" ("The Tribe II")

    7. Jan Strydom from South Africa
      30 Mar 2012, 1:22 am

      I stumble upon this film at my local rental shop just the other day,the main reason I decided to rent it was because Lance Henriksen was init and when I popped it into my DVD player I also saw that it wasdirected by Roel Reine, who also directed films like PISTOL WHIPPED,BLACK OPS, THE MARINE 2 as well as the yet to be released DRIFTER andhe's currently working on DEATH RACE 2.

      When I finished watching this film I was actually impressed with it,unlike other films in its genre it has a well written script featuringmore than the usual character development, it has an element of mysterybecause it doesn't reveal right away what's chasing the shipwreckedsurvivors stuck on the island and it maintains a subtle pace.

      Also while I was busy watching this film it also reminded me of anotherfilm with an almost similar plot called SURVIVING EVIL, although thedifference between the two is the creatures that inhabit the islandwhere our protagonists get chased but in comparison THE LOST TRIBE(a.k.a PRIMAL) is the better film and it could use a broader audience.

      Overall, I rank this film as the best creature feature I've seen in along time and also the other film SURVIVING EVIL is also worth checkingout if you are the curious kind but THE LOST TRIBE is my favorite ofthe two.

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