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
Anthony Hickox was unaware that Andrew Lloyd Webber's wife, at the time, was named Sarah Brightman. See more »
Sarah, in Scarabis's castle, says that they are 700 years from the present day. Yet, George quotes Shakespeare, making it more like 500 years from the present day. See more »
[Releasing prisoners from Scarabis's Dungeon]
Do you guys know how to fight?
Then let's go kick some butt!
[Prisoners look puzzled]
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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 »
The good old days, when horror didn't have to be a) Ironic b) Overtly gory or c) Pychologically damaging. The good old days when a horror movie could make you laugh out loud at it's plain stupidity and low budget. In fact if it didn't say 1992 on the label you'd swear this was a vintage 80's comedy horror. This is a film that revels in it's low budget; in fact it doesn't so much revel it basks in it, bathes in it even.. Yes the acting is suspect but then I'd be worried if it was up for acting awards. The tongue is firmly stuck in the cheek. In short, Lost In Time is fun. It won't cure cancer, it won't win Oscars but it'll make you laugh and it'll take you back to a time when horror could be fun. Ask yourself, when was the last time Horror did that intentionally? 8/10 And a special mention for director Anthony Hickox. Just why isn't he doing bigger films?
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