Waxwork II: Lost In Time (1992)
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Mark and Sarah survived the mayhem from the first movie only to have Sarah on trial for a murder committed by a dismembered hand. To find the proof that will clear her, the pair travel through time and space to dimensions full of historical, movie, and book characters. However, Mark's involvement in these other worlds may not be an accident.
A killer is waiting... In the past, present and future.
Title: Waxwork II: Lost In Time
Release Date: June 16, 1992
Runtime: 104 mins
All Genres: Comedy, Horror
IMDB Rating: 5.4
Buried.com Rating: 6.4 - (Rate This Horror Movie at Buried.com)
Category: Horror Movies Starting With W
MPAA Rating: R
Zach Galligan ...Mark Loftmore
Monika Schnarre ...Sarah Brightman
Martin Kemp ...Baron Von Frankenstein
Bruce Campbell ...John Loftmore
Michael Des Barres ...George
Jim Metzler ...Roger
Sophie Ward ...Elenore
Marina Sirtis ...Gloria
Billy Kane ...Nigel
Joe Baker ...The Peasant
Juliet Mills ...The Defense Lawyer
John Ireland ...King Arthur
Patrick Macnee ...Sir Wilfred
David Carradine ...The Beggar
Alexander Godunov ...Scarabis
George 'Buck' Flower ...Sarah's Stepfather
Jack Eiseman ...Cabbie
James D.R. Hickox ...Polansky (as James Hickox)
Buckley Norris ...Judge
Paul Hampton ...Prosecution
Stanley Sheff ...Speaker for Jury
John O'Leary ...Herr Vogel
Erin Breznikar ...Wise
Elisha Shapiro ...Felix
Stefanos Miltsakakis ...Frankenstein's Monster
Maxwell Caulfield ...Mickey
Erin Gourlay ...Ghost Girl
Bryan Travis Smith ...Peasant Boy
Steve Matteucci ...Master's Guard
Guy J. Louthan ...Master's Officer (as Guy Luthan)
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Waxwork II: Lost In Time Horror Film Trailer 1
"Also Sprach Zarathustra"
"Toccata and Fugue in D minor"
"Lost in Time"
More Movie Taglines:
- A killer is waiting... In the past, present and future.
- [Mark (as Douglas) must read a body the burial prayer, quickly] John Loftmore: Read directly to the bones... page 210, chapter 13, verse 7. Mark Loftmore: Ecapsmi evig nig inglock... John Loftmore: Douglas, the book is upside down.
Scarabis: You don't suppose they...? George: It's a distinct possibility. Scarabis: I want her checked!
Baron Von Frankenstein: You slut! And vith Henry Clavell, my best friend! Sarah Brightman: Vell perhaps if you spent less time vith that heap of brain-damaged flesh in the basement and more time vith me, I vouldn't have to seek pleasures elsevere! Vould I? Baron Von Frankenstein: But vith him! Mark Loftmore: Now, just a minute!
Sir Wilfred: [in the form of a raven] When you first used Solomon's locket, you opened a doorway to another universe... Cartagra... Mark Loftmore: Cartagra? Sir Wilfred: ...the place where the true battle between good and evil is played out for eternity. Mark Loftmore: I still don't... Sir Wilfred: 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 another.
Mark Loftmore: [Releasing prisoners from Scarabis's Dungeon] Do you guys know how to fight? [Prisoners cheer] Mark Loftmore: Then let's go kick some butt! [Prisoners look puzzled]
- Flying saucer landing seen on Sarah's stepfather's TV is from Lobster Man from Mars (1989).
Anthony Hickox offered Dolph Lundgren the part of Frankenstein's monster but Lundgren turned it down.
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