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Waxwork II: Lost in Time
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Directed By
Anthony Hickox

Written By:
Anthony Hickox

Cast:
Drew Barrymore, Zach Galligan, Monika Schnarre, Martin Kemp, Bruce Campbell, Michael Des Barres, Jim Metzler, Sophie Ward, Marina Sirtis, Joe Baker, Juliet Mills, John Ireland, Patrick Macnee, David Carradine, Alexander Godunov


 
Waxwork II: Lost in Time (1992)
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Movie Review by Movie Addict
May 8th, 2009

Favorite Movie Quote: "You slut! And vith Henry Clavell, my best friend!"

Will the sequel be as interesting as the first film? Writer/director Anthony Hickox brings us another homage to movie monsters. Zach Galligan returns as Mark, who survived the first film, along with a new Sarah (Monika Schnarre), but it is the appearances of Drew Barrymore and Bruce Campbell that peaks my interest.

Viewers of the first film know that a zombie hand survived along with Mark and Sarah. The hand kills Sarah's step-father and she and Mark have to travel through time portals to find evidence to clear her.

This film has blood and gore, but it is more of a spoof than a horror film. They end up first with Dr. Frankenstein and his monster. As they escape, they get separated and Sarah is playing Ripley fighting Aliens, while Mark is with some ghost hunters.

They rejoin each other and end up in the Middle ages. All sorts of interesting characters come into the picture, including Jack the Ripper, zombies, Hitchcock, Nosferatu, and even Godzilla. The fascinating thing about the film is trying to identify all the films it spoofs.

It is interesting fun.

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