Former Gulf War hero Rowdy Welles (Davi) is framed for murder by unscrupulous CIA boss Dick Althorp (Gazzara). As his price of freedom, Welles is ordered to undertake a deadly mission to ... See full summary »
Having recently witnessed the horrific results of a top secret project to bring the dead back to life, a distraught youth performs the operation on his girlfriend after she's killed in a motorcycle accident.
James T. Callahan,
A Norse runestone is discovered in Western Pennsylvania. The prophecy upon it tells of the Norse great wolf Fenrir (Fenris), and that its release from the stone will bring about Ragnarok --... See full summary »
Convinced that her father's death was not accidental, a beautiful girl decides to investigate to find out the truth, aided by her boyfriend. Her sleuthing draws her to a local mortuary, where many secrets will be revealed.
Mary Beth McDonough,
Mark and Sarah survive to the fire in the wax museum, but Sarah is followed by a severed hand that kills her father. Sarah becomes the prime suspect and goes to trial. Mark and Sarah search evidence to prove her innocence and they go to Sir Wilfred's house. They find a footage prepared by Sir Wilfred with a puzzle based of the Alice and the Looking Glass. They solve the puzzle and find a compass that opens portals through time. They travel to the most different places in time seeking something to help Sarah in her trial in a dangerous journey.Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
(at around 1h 30 mins) 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. See more »
At the end of the original Waxwork, which is supposed to be the same night as the opening sequence of the sequel, Sarah has short hair. In the sequel she has long flowing hair. See more »
[Mark (as Douglas) must read a body the burial prayer, quickly]
Read directly to the bones... page 210, chapter 13, verse 7.
Ecapsmi evig nig inglock...
Douglas, the book is upside down.
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During the end credits, a funny rap music video is playing. It shows scenes from the movie and some behind the scenes footage, but has rappers singing the title song "Lost In Time" while the cast dances to the music in the background. See more »
Better than the first, and completely underrated as a genre flick.
It's not very often that you can catch a horror film that pays so much homage to the genre that is actually enjoyable and not completely painstaking. Whomever was behind the concept of this film and script were clearly have a good time, and personally I thought it turned out very well.
Despite the fact that it wasn't a huge budgeted release, everything holds up. It's the imagination that goes into the script ( Yeah, it's all a spin off of other films, but done very well. ) that really brings a cool energy to this film. It'll have you munching on the popcorn.
If you're a genre fan, you will get a smirk out of this film. If you don't, I guess you're one of the types that can't have a good time with the horror concept being tossed around into the realm of satire and comedy as it is in this film.
I'm really surprised there's not a bit more buzz about this film. I think it's a true cult classic and absolutely surpasses the first in every way. Do what is in your power to see this film if you haven't.
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