Loss of Life (2013) – Review, Rating and Synopsis

Loss of Life (2013)

Loss of Life (2013)

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  • Release Date:  2013
  • Genre:  Found Footage, Slasher
  • Director:  David Damiata, Michael Matteo Rossi
  • Screenwriter:  Britton Hein, Michael Matteo Rossi
  • Cast & Crew: Randi Leigh Borden, Charlie Glackin, Melvin Gregg, Matthew Jordan, Ani Kokikyan, Chris Tyler Link, Trevon Morales, Chris Petrovski, Ben Robert Thompson, and ‘Ace Primo’ Niko Warren.

Loss of Life (2013) Rating:

  • Eloise = 2 / 10;
  • Raoul = 1 / 10;
  • IMDB = 4.0/10.

Loss of Life (2013) Synopsis:

A group of teenagers on their way to a Halloween night party gets randomly attacked by a couple of masked assailants.

Loss of Life (2013) Review:

Loss of Life is a low-budget found-footage horror film by directors David Damiata and Michael Matteo Rossi.

Watching low-budget films requires being indulgent and not picky about either the acting or the special effects. Even doing so, appreciating Loss of Life was really difficult. The film tries to surf on the recently found footage wave to compensate for its low budget aspect and complete lack of special effects (except for the red colorant). Unfortunately, such type of filming cannot compensate for an extra-thin plot, empty dialogues and complete lack of ideas/novelty…

The introduction was easily the worst part. It shows a group of high school friends showing off in front of the camera and talking nonsense for about 25 minutes. This part is really irritating, it would have been ok for 2-3minutes, in order to build up the context, but here it goes on for much too long to be bearable.

When the action finally happens, it shows a couple of masked killers turning up with axes and gun. It is quite stressful and promising at first but quickly wears out as the film turns into a hide and seek game where both killers and victims compete in stupid behavior. The fighting scenes are really poorly realized and destroy any credibly that the film may have left at this point.

On the brighter side, there are a few interesting camera effects, and the masks are cool. This, however, does not make up for for the stereotyped aspect, and the overall mediocrity, of the film. It may actually be the one found footage that is worse than Paranormal Activity 4?

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