A spy satellite has malfunctioned and is going to crash into the Earth. The US government bring on line a power laser. When the laser strikes the satellite, it causes a rip and time and ... See full summary »
It's four years later, and a new group of students has been placed in Saturday detention at good ol' Crestview Academy. After one of the kids locks away the teacher assigned to watch them, ... See full summary »
A spy satellite has malfunctioned and is going to crash into the Earth. The US government bring on line a power laser. When the laser strikes the satellite, it causes a rip and time and sends Monroe High school 20 years into the future, including teachers, students and an escaping criminal. The students find themselves in a barren world, where they are set upon by the escaped criminal and a fierce monster. One of the students has a telepathic link with his mother, 2oo years in the past. She is able to help him find much needed medicines. The students try to find a way back to the past. Written by
Paul Gerad Kennedy
I must say I am a big Billy Drago fan. Even if he's in a less then spectacular film, at least you can expect a good scene chewing bad guy performance from him. Drifting School, which I saw under the title Lost In Time several years ago, is quite literally the worst film ever made. And I don't say this lightly, as I've seen more horror and Sci-fi films then anyone. All you jaded genre fans if you want a good bad film to rip apart, look no further. The films problems are many, including the most annoying performance I've ever witnessed from the heavy set kid in the film. Plus Bubba Smith.... well need I say more. The puppet monster, that you only see for a couple minutes is generally the worst thing I've ever seen, it would have sucked even in 1955, and it's attack on Billy Drago is laughable. Speaking Of Mr. Drago, he looks generally embarrassed here, and when his character mutates, all he does is spit water out of his mouth, and growl. I'm not joking it's really bad, and most of all it's boring. I mean for the most part nothing even happens for the majority of the film. I'm a fair reviewer and don't ask for to much, but I can honestly say I would rather be caned in my nether regions then sit through this putrid piece of garbage again.
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