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Current Rating: 3.12

Current Rating: 3.12

based on 42 votes and 7 reviews

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  • It was a fantastic movie, it really had me thinking. Great viewing!
  • This movie can be a little confusing at first as it is one of those movies that likes to keep you confused until it will reveal what the hell it is about and what the characters have been talking about the entire time MUCH later in the movie. That being said, I thought it was a good movie...worth seeing.
  • If a person excepts the truth about this movie,it is very scary but it helps protect you from a very real cult world. A place where people involved can blend into society so well you never know who they are. Not to sound paranoid but be careful! This movie was affective in showing the side that nobody wants to see. It bothers me that people look down on this movie without stopping to think, " Hey maybe this stuff is real".
  • I actually thought this was a great movie, it gave ME the shivers. One of the better "devil" movies I`ve seen.
  • I was utterly disappointed, being a big fan of Miss Ryder.
  • A terrible movie! Judging from the number of cigarettes that Winona Ryder lit up throughtout this film,led me to wonder if she was bored making it.
  • I`ve seen "Lost Souls" twice: the first time, I did not think much of it; the second time, however, I finally appreciate the movie, especially what the script writer, Pierce Gardner, was trying to communicate. My tip to viewers: You must know something about narcissistic personality disorder to really appreciate and understand this movie.

Lost Souls

Genre:  Horror | Running Time:  97 min.
Release date:  October 13, 2000

Current rating: Rating: 3.12
based on 42 votes and 7 reviews
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Cast: Philip Baker Hall, Ben Chaplin, Winona Ryder, Elias Koteas, Bob Clendenin, W. Earl Brown, John Diehl, Ashley Edner, John Hurt, Leslie Stefanson, Sarah Wynter