The Waxwork Chronicles (2016)

A documentary about the making of the films Waxwork and Waxwork II: Lost In Time.
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Staffan Ahrenberg Staffan Ahrenberg ... Himself
Christopher Bradley ... Himself
J. Kenneth Campbell ... Himself
Christopher Cibelli ... Himself
Zach Galligan ... Himself
Steve Hardie Steve Hardie ... Himself
Anthony Hickox ... Himself
Paul Jones Paul Jones ... Himself
Bob Keen Bob Keen ... Himself
Monika Schnarre ... Herself
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A documentary about the making of the films Waxwork and Waxwork II: Lost In Time.

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USA

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18 October 2016 (USA) See more »

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Red Shirt Pictures See more »
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Good Documentary
24 May 2017 | by Michael_ElliottSee all my reviews

The Waxwork Chronicles (2016)

*** (out of 4)

This eight-two minute documentary takes a look at the making of WAXWORK and its sequel WAXWORK II: LOST IN TIME. Writer/director Anthony Hickox is joined by the likes of Zach Galligan, J. Kenneth Campbell, Christopher Bradley, Steve Hardie, Bob Keen, Bruce Campbell and various others as they re-live the making of the two movies.

The majority of the running time is devoted to Hickox who is as lively and as entertaining as always. The documentary is broken into six parts and I honestly think the first two are the most entertaining. They each run around twenty-minutes and they take a look at the making of the two films. Some of the most fascinating things deal with the special effects, the over-the-top gore and of course the battle with the MPAA. If you're a fan of WAXWORK then you'll certainly enjoy these stories.

Several of the cast members are interviewed and this includes Galligan who gets his own section in the documentary. He tells some nice stories about the production of the film and some of the issues he had with the sequel. Just about every aspect of the production is covered so fans of both films will be happy with this.


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