Waxwork II: Lost In Time

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Released 1992

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Director:
Anthony Hickox
Released:
1992
Rating:
R
Waxwork II: Lost in Time is the 1992 sequel to the first cult hit from 1988, reins taken again by prolific genre writer-director Anthony Hickox (Sundown: The Vampire in Retreat, Hellraiser III: Hell on Earth). The film starts with a brief recap of the climax to the original Waxwork (1988) paying particular attention to the escape of the severed zombie hand. Mark Loftmaore (Zach Galligan, Gremlins) and Sarah Brightman (now played by Monika Schnarre) think they have ended David Lincoln's plan to flood the world with evil and catch a taxi home. Unfortunately, the severed hand goes along for the ride too. Once home Sarah goes to bed and the severed hand attacks and kills her stepfather (George 'Buck' Flower). Sarah is accused of his murder and put on trial. Sensing an injustice and that she will be found guilty, Mark and Sarah head over to Sir Wilfred's (Patrick Macnee) mansion who they discover has left a message for them. They find his hoard of ancient artifacts and something called Solomon's Lockett which turns out to be a key to open doors to alternate dimensions. With the idea that they can gain proof of Sarah's innocence by travelling through time and space they enter a time door and find themselves in Baron Von Frankenstein's (Martin Kemp) castle facing an angry mob of local villagers who want Frankenstein and his monster (Stefanos Miltsakakis) dead and anyone associated with him...moreless
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