The Loved Ones
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Hell hath no fury...like a prom queen scorned. When Brent rejects Lola's invitation to prom, he sets off a chain of events that leave him the victim of her twisted revenge. Now he's the only guest at Lola's terrifying and demented prom, and must fight to survive what could be his final dance. Will Brent live through this nightmare of drills, nails, glitter and syringes…or become one of Lola's "loved ones"?
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Lola is more or less in love with love and any guy that she feels has rejected her love she and her demented dad get even with in any way imaginable. The movie is off the wall creepy from Lola's relationships with guys, to her relationship with her father to the soundtracks main song which you cannot get out of your head and it's creepy too. While the story is somewhat familiar ... demented girl wants guy she cannot have, the gore and the action keep you glued to the screen as its just one shock after another. Good creepy movie!
It's fun plot with a intriguingly understated and well acted cast of characters. The story builds gracefully, and what happens is disturbing yet satisfying in its unexpected brutality.
I cannot wait to watch The Devil's Candy made by this same director.
Pot/Metal head Brent has his issues as does the Valentine family which develops later on. Robin McLeavy provides us with some odd passive demented sexuality in a good performance on an old genre.
Guide: F-word (in music) sex and nudity (Victoria Thaine)
The acting was great especially Robin McLeavy who plays the certifiably insane Lola Stone.
Horror fans will not only covet this film but want to own it for sure..Xavier Samuel is not only a good actor but he's hot as well..Yes,give us girls some eye candy for a change.
The story is so bizarre and far fetched but it doesn't matter,it's makes for a great horror film.
There are some very grit your teeth moments, as Lola and her demented father torture Xavier's character Brent, in the most horrifying of manners.One of the genius aspects of Robin McLeavy's "Lola" is I hated her so much that I wanted to stab her myself on several occasions and I'm not violent ,I just love to watch it on film.
There are some really strange surprises and a great ending .There isn't that much gore but there is a lot of bloody violence and there are some quick gore effects but nothing really heavy..I'm not disappointed in the least though,I was completely satisfied as a slasher freak.
Like I said ,it was well worth the wait and I can't wait to watch it again..It has a cool soundtrack as well.
Unfortunately, you need a multi-region player for the Blu-ray edition.
The film offers plenty of suspense and disturbing situations.
The soundtrack is a rich collection of multiple genres.
I recommend this for your collection.