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Lost Cos

USA 2023
produced by
Evgeniya Radilova, Catriona Rubenis-Stevens, Jeffrey S. Georges, Michael Tosner, Stevan Keane, Robin de Levita (executive), Kees Abrahams (executive) for Robin de Levita Productions, Imagine Nation
directed by Robin de Levita
starring Evgeniya Radilova, Zoë Vnak, Samantha Rubin, Dena Tyler, Jared Rinaldi, Rocco Nevers, Rob Franzes, Mark McCullough Thomas, Ross Degraw, Jason Furlani, Bryan Hamilton, Manny Aguilar, Anthony Ferro, Julian Andre Cimoca, Luca Fiorille, Francesca Van Horn, Christopher Whalen, Tony Naumovski, Mo Stark, Ali Arkane, Laurie Guzda, Anya Winchester, Hakim Coombs, Bill Johnson, Darrell Thorne, Natalie Jacobs, Pixel Witch, Sha Gupta, Siraj Huda, Colin Dungan, Arie Cooper, Ashyer Gibbons, Rebecca Antsis, Nathaniel Drake Okpokwasili, Sohpia Adannia Okpokwasili, Garen McRoberts, Cameron Rea, Danny Ray Cabellero, Jazmin Monee Btehaut, James Bonavia, Mk McManus, Heather Drew, Jeff Georges, Matthew Durnin, Trevor Bell, DeeDee Luxe, Angel Bauta, Mandy Cat Kitana, Ricardo Cruz, Fabian Pulgar, DK Zero, Alia Munsch, Murray Hill, Ariel Ash, Perle Noire
written by Robin de Levita, Michael Tosner, music by Cecilia Lin, special effects makeup by Bailey Bryce Holiday, Church Haley, choreography by Sarah Miles, stunt coordinator: Robert Aronowitz

review by
Mike Haberfelner

As a bunch of cosplayers have turned up dead of late, the police tries to infiltrate the Lost Cos, the premier cosplayer club in town - but have no chance to make it past even the lady at the door. One of the most beloved members of the club is Eni (Evgeniya Radilova), who usually dresses up as a whip-wielding vampire and as such does hot stage shows every now and again. She also fights sexism within the cosplayer community, at times violently so. But she also carries a dark secret, something that has to do with her now deceased girlfriend (Zoe Vnak) who introduced her to the cosplaying world back when ...


Above synopsis doesn't do Lost Cos much justice, as it makes it sound like too much of a straightforward thriller while the film is many things, from thriller to superhero movie somewhat reminiscent of the Roger Corman produced Black Scorpion, to high drama to comedy, and it intentionally every now and again loses itself in side stories like that of two bumbling cops (Mark McCullough Thomas, Ross Degraw) in furry costumes, or the one about the Indian foodtruck owners (Sha Gupta, Siraj Huda) who have set up shop opposite the Lost Cos - and the result is pretty exhilarating, also because the film never goes too over-the-top in its humour and features some pretty exciting and well-staged fight scenes, all played in front of very colourful cosplay backdrops. Well worth a watch for sure.

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