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What are Loons?

Get ready to scream and laugh in terror as LOON! takes you on a horror-filled ride. A northern Minnesota lake seems peaceful until a series of bizarre and violent attacks begin to terrorize its residents. As survivors dig deeper into the mystery, they can’t believe their eyes—the attackers are killer loons! Soon they realize that nothing is as it seems and that the answer may be more horrifying than they could have ever imagined.

Loon Facts

Common Loon breaching the water with chi
  • The oldest recorded Common Loon was a female, and at least 29 years and 10 months old, when she was spotted in Michigan in 2016

  • A hungry loon family can put away a lot of fish. Biologists estimate that loon parents and their 2 chicks can eat about a half-ton of fish over a 15-week period.

  • Loons are agile swimmers, but they move pretty fast in the air, too. Migrating loons have been clocked flying at speeds more than 70 mph.

  • The Common Loon swims underwater to catch fish, propelling itself with its feet. It swallows most of its prey underwater. The loon has sharp, rearward-pointing projections on the roof of its mouth and tongue that help it keep a firm hold on slippery fish.


Absolutely no loons were touched or harmed in the making of LOON! The filmmakers were raised listening to loon calls on Union Lake.  We love, respect and are fascinated by these fabulous birds.  The LOON! movie features a presentation on loons by world-renowned wildlife expert Dr. W. Dan Svedarsky. Learn about loons:

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