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The Lost Missile


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  • Actors: VARIOUS
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: All Regions
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: CHEEZY
  • DVD Release Date: March 22, 2011
  • Run Time: 70 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B004GYKNN0
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #140,297 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Editorial Reviews

Dr. David Loring (Robert Loggia) and the whole world watch in horror as a strange missile from outer space circles the Earth at low altitudes, destroying everything in its path. Oceans turn to steam, mountains melt and thousands of people drop dead every minute as this thing from outer hell burns the world alive! Trivia: The original director dropped dead on the first day of filming, and his son took over.

Customer Reviews

Dont say you werent warned.
R. Carr
You even get the staation logo in this DVD so you will know they taped it from TV and did a muddy recording to DVD.
Len D. Martin
In watching the picture I felt I was watching a poor tape transfer.
stan c.

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32 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Len D. Martin on March 31, 2011
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Well, did i get taken. $12.95 for a TAPED TV PRINT with missing sound!!! This is the last time I will buy a movie from the CHEEZY FLICKS label. You even get the staation logo in this DVD so you will know they taped it from TV and did a muddy recording to DVD. Where they cut the commercials out, you have missing sound. If you wish to see this movie go to IMDB and then to FanCast and watch it. Irt is 100 times more clearer than this garbage. AMAZON - do yourself a favor and DO NOT carry the Cheezy Flicks DVD's. Your customers will be much happier. If I could rate this ZERO I would!
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Thomas E. Zmudzinski on March 8, 2011
Format: DVD
The Lost Missile relies on stock footage (you see the same B-66 take off at least 3 times in the "maximum defense" montage) and EXTREMELY limited animation/rotoscoping, but if you can get past that, the story is surprisingly good right up until the "this is the macguffin that will save us, so we'll ship it without a proper military escort" plot device near the end (the same stupidity as seen in War of the Worlds).

Oddly, the science behind the story isn't all that flaky. By its nature, a starship is a de facto weapon of mass destruction. If it were knocked into an exceptionally low orbit (as happens in the first five minutes), whatever protects the ship from interstellar gas, dust, and radiation (assume it's a whopping STRONG magnetic field) would raise holy ned with the atmosphere as it plows through -- the killer heat from the missile isn't simply the heat of reentry, it's a byproduct of the stardrive. We learn very little about The Lost Missile (mostly just the incredible destruction its unplanned ball-of-twine orbit would do). Lee Gordon (Producer) didn't even pay for a model of the missile; instead, Lester Wm. Berke (Director) used and reused and re-reused (etc., etc.) the same pitifully few drawings of the interloper (in order of frequency: one shot from the side passing left-to-right, one shot 30° off face-on, one shot from above -- used in conjunction with the most destructive wake you will probably ever see done for $100 or less).
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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Robert Kelly on March 31, 2011
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
I saw this movie as a young child only once and thought it pretty scary. When I saw it was being released on DVD I was on the edge as to by it or not. I watched on HULU
and thought the picture was worth getting.
What I got was very muddy, not at all like what I saw. The distributor - Cheesy Ficks (?) must have gotten a very bad copy of a VHS to make this transfer.
I will keep it because I want the film but I will get another copy with a better picture as soon as possible.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Robert D. Braddock on April 6, 2011
Format: DVD
For those of you that don't want to pay 15.00 for a dvd or a Cheezy Flicks version off TV, TCM shows it from time to time with digital quality like DIRECT TV (where I made my DVD-R copy for free)Check TCM website for showtimes or email me at dnbrddck@yahoo.com if I can help.
Don
Atlanta
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By stan c. on April 22, 2011
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Buyer BEWARE!! I gave this movie (THE LOST MISSLE) one star just for the fact that it was finally out on dvd. For a film that was supposedly digitally remastered it's one of the worse transfers I've ever seen. Right from the opening prolog to the very end the film looks to be always sligtly out of focus. If this is what cheezyflicks calls remastering then they better go back to school and learn how to do it. Outside of being out of focus thru the whole film the audio has a hum thru the whole picture. And I got the impression that there where some scenes missing from the piture. In watching the picture I felt I was watching a poor tape transfer. I never felt once that I was watching a transfer from a print. Hopefully this film will resurface in MOD format from the studios Vault Collections where you know it was actually taken from a print. Now my biggest complaint about this transfer was at the 25 minute and 50 second mark in the film when lo and behold in the lower left hand corner of the picture what appears is the logo for WCAU-TV Channel 10 Philadelphia Pa. Now what that was doing there? I'll let you the reader figure out. It just tells me where this copy was taken from. Cheezyflicks should be ashamed of itself for pawning this off on the puplic. AS for myself I'll never buy anything with there name on it again. So once again I say BUYER BEWARE.
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5 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Dana Gillespie on May 27, 2011
Format: DVD
I wish I had read the reviews here, before I bought this disc;-- however, I got it from Deep Discount (because it was almost $4.00 cheaper there), and I hadn't seen the reviews of the actual Cheezy Flicks disc.

I already have this film on VHS tape from Sinister Cinema --I purchased it directed from Sinister Cinema back in the 1990s-- and quite frankly, their print is pretty good.

I recently bought this Cheezy Flicks DVD, because it said it was "digitally restored."
I played the disc as soon as it arrived.
In the opening, it actually had a "warning" saying that this was "copyrighted" material, and you could go to jail for copying it, etc., etc.

Then, as it played, a TV logo appeared!
It turns out that Cheezy snatched this film from WCAU-TV in Philadelphia, Channel 10 (who's logo appears frequently on screen)!

I guess any possible "copyright" didn't concern Cheezy, who had no qualms about stealing it themselves, from another source!
In any case, "The Lost Missile" is in the public domain.
Cheezy not only steals, but it lies, too.

BTW, the print on this disc looks just as you would expect a home-made TV-snatch to look like....

As another reviewer here mentioned, when Cheezy "joins" the tape from both sides of a commercial break, the dialog gets cut,-- and so must some of the film, itself.

My rating: RIPOFF

My advice: buy it from Sinister Cinema.
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