The Lonely Ones has a synopsis that reads much like literally hundreds (probably thousands) of others; horny teens drive out of the city to congregate and frolic in a secluded cabin in the middle of nowhere. Add to the mix copious amounts of booze, hormones overflowing with angst and wanton unchecked desire not to mention something menacing in the woods and we have ourselves a film that has been made more times than I care to mention. This film, however, is pleasingly different than most in as far as it has an interesting storyline that comes from a direction you may not expect. It tells a tale that supposedly has its roots deep in old native legend.
Recommended for only those that are able to accept a movie based upon its merits rather than one based solely around a budget that could put a third world countries economy to shame with all of the special effects and trimmings to match. - Cult