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Waxwork II: Lost in Time (1992) Poster

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Anthony Hickox offered Dolph Lundgren the part of Frankenstein's monster but Lundgren turned it down.
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Deborah Foreman was asked to reprise her role as Sarah, but turned said offer down.
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The same actor who plays the Nazi-obsessed lecturer in the first film, Buckley Norris, plays the Judge in this one.
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Flying saucer landing seen on Sarah's stepfather's TV is from Lobster Man from Mars (1989).
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Deborah Foreman (Sarah) and writer/director Anthony Hickox were dating during the making of Waxwork (1988). They had what Hickox describes as a "messy breakup" prior to filming Waxwork II: Lost in Time (1992), so she declined the offer to reprise her role.
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John Ireland's last film.
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Sarah's father drinks the same beer that was seen in Repo Man
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Drew Barrymore was a friend of Anthony Hickox and was visiting the set the day they were shooting the vampire sequence. He decided to put her in the scene for a brief cameo appearance.
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Sophie Ward appeared in the film as a favor to Anthony Hickox, whom she had dated previously. Her son appears later in the film as the little boy in the medieval sequence.
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Anthony Hickox was unaware that Andrew Lloyd Webber's wife at the time was named Sarah Brightman.
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Spoilers 

The trivia item below may give away important plot points.

The ending of this film was how the original Waxwork (1988) was scripted to end, but they were over-budget and had run out of time, which is why it was hastily replaced with a massive battle sequence. Writer/director Anthony Hickox always liked the idea of the sequence and used it as the climax of this film.
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