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  • Format: AC-3, Dolby, Subtitled, Widescreen, NTSC, Import
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: R
  • Studio: Lions Gate
  • Release Date: Oct. 2 2012
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  • ASIN: B008R52L5M
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews on (beta) HASH(0xa1435f60) out of 5 stars 22 reviews
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa140dd44) out of 5 stars Had potential but missed Dec 21 2012
By Ravenloft - Published on
Format: DVD
As a avid fan of horror movies, this one intrigued me when I spotted it in redbox dispenser - thought, hmm, maybe a new version of Island of Dr. Moreau; after watching it thru to the end just now, it felt like two movies pieced together - the first part is the slow going buidup where 5 friends - 2 couples and unpaired guy decide to go on a yachting trip to some resort location, the second part the stranding of all on an uncharted island after boat runs aground on reef and the subsequent horrific discovery and chase sequence. While the first part of the movie was rather blase with some emotional tension created by the handsome badboy trying to now remain faithful to his current girlfriend and the unattached male eyeing the other shapely female who was being lotioned up by her tubby goofy rich boyfriend, the second half actually turned into a fairly decent survivor chase sequence along the lines of Arnold S' "Predator" movie (sans the heavy artillery); the lead female (Jewel S. aka Liz) actually came into her own in the second part; too bad there were so many inconsistencies and illogical actions/convenient discoveries throughout the movie (i.e. from the very first encounter (shortly after they are washed ashore during the day), the creastures were active both day and night, so the title is misleading; lo and behold, there's a yellow rubber liferaft lying on the beach (assumed to have washed ashore from sunken sailboat), handy machete stuck next to our heroine at just the right time, use of same during last scene to axe the only radio that is her only realistic way to be rescued, etc); in summary, if they had shortened the first part and allowed some of the other characters to live longer during the second, working together with Liz, it could have been a decent movie.
6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa140dccc) out of 5 stars Cool Adventure/Horror Mix Nov. 30 2011
By Film Fan - Published on
Format: DVD
Came across this fun little film by coincidence and was pleasantly surprised. And since I am the biggest KL fan, I had to see it.
I like that its not too scary although the monsters are very cool.

Fun popcorn entertainment, nothing incredible but different in a good way.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa1413fe4) out of 5 stars Not that bad. No, really. April 25 2014
By a movie fan - Published on
Format: DVD
So, the story is that this film was so disliked by the producers that they reshot it with an entirely different cast , probably setting a record for the shortest duration between original and remake. That would make you think it must be one of the worst movies ever, but it wouldn't even make the bottom 1000 in just the DVD Delirium books. It's not that bad, despite a raggedy script, lapses in logic, and endlessly repeated visual tropes from other horror movies. As always, Jewel Staite rises above the material so much it makes you wonder if her whole career isn't some kind of crime (except for Firefly and SG:Atlantis, which gave her something to work with). She almost single-handedly makes the second half of the film (by far the better half) work. The creatures are interesting, if owing a bit too much to Predator-like cosmetics. The 10 minute making-of featurette is worth a view, as well. Don't expect too much - it's just a popcorn movie - but I thought it was better than 99% of what Sci-Fi airs. BTW, this was the original British title; the US title was supposed to be The Tribe, I think.
The film is anamorphic widescreen but much of it is very dark (at night, in caves, etc); I suspect that the smaller the screen, the worse it looks. Okay in a home theater.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa1452414) out of 5 stars The Lost Tribe (the first go-round) Feb. 25 2015
By Renter - Published on
If you've seen "The Lost Tribe" some parts of "After Dark They Come" aka "The Forgotten Ones" are going to seem very familiar. That's because "The Lost Tribe" is a remake of "After Dark They Come," made the same year by the same producers but with a rewritten script and a different cast. If you've seen both movies you have to wonder why that decision was made. They are not that different in terms of quality. If anything, ADTC boasts greater star power than TLT, although it's possible the producers didn't know that at the time. Kellan Lutz of Twilight fame is the actor featured on the DVD covers, but his character is not the lead. Jewel Staite ("Firefly") is the lead in this version of the story, and she's really good here. Definitely better than the material. The story is about four friends out yachting (as you do) who wind up stranded on a mysterious island, where they encounter a pod of the missing link. Violence ensues. Someone in charge of sound effects deserves props for a lot of truly disturbing crunching and smacking noises. The monsters are athletes in suits, and work better when barely glimpsed. Luckily the filmmakers don't linger on shots of them for too long, at least not until closer to the end. That ending (minor spoiler) is just ambiguous enough to satisfy both happy ending fans and downer ending fans.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa140d6f0) out of 5 stars For fans of Jewel Staite, otherwise pass. Aug. 25 2014
By L. Dill - Published on
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Four stars simply because Jewel Staite is in it. Otherwise, not a stand out.

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