During a routine case in L.A., NY private investigator Harry D'Amour stumbles over members of a fanatic cult, who are waiting for the resurrection of their leader Nix. 13 years ago, Nix was... See full summary »
Kevin J. O'Connor,
J. Trevor Edmond
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
Deborah Foreman and Anthony Hickox were dating during the making of Waxwork (1988). They had, what Hickox describes as, a "messy break-up" prior to filming this movie, so she declined the offer to reprise her role as Sarah. See more »
At the end of Waxwork, Sarah leaves the burning building in a flowery dress. In this film she is shown leaving in a polka dot dress. See more »
[in the form of a raven]
When you first used Solomon's locket, you opened a doorway to another universe... Cartagra...
...the place where the true battle between good and evil is played out for eternity.
I still don't...
Let me try putting this in a more earthly way: Sarah and you have actually stumbled into God's Nintendo game, where He and the devil fight it out, using their various Time Warriors as different characters... forever trying to tip that delicate balance one way or ...
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Godzilla AS HIMSELF Filmed Entirely in THE 4TH DIMENSION See more »
Waxwork II pays homage to so many genres of horror that half the fun is watching them and trying to catch what's going on. The plot isn't much, but there's lots of laughs mixed in (particularly Bruce Campbell, in the Hell House segment). There's a real sense that the producers and writer are having fun with a concept that really didn't need a sequel in the first place, so they said the heck with it and decided to do whatever they felt like.
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