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  • Actors: Joe Baker, Bruce Campbell, David Carradine, Michael Des Barres, Jack Eiseman
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Closed-captioned, Color, Full Screen, NTSC
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround)
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: R (Restricted)
  • Studio: Lions Gate
  • DVD Release Date: September 23, 2003
  • Run Time: 204 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (66 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0000ALPFL
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #9,678 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Waxwork / Waxwork II: Lost in Time (Double Feature)" on IMDb

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Product Description

Zach Galligan, Deborah Foreman, Miles O'Keefe, Michelle Johnson. Waxwork (1988/97 min.) sets the scene inside a wax museum at midnight where teenagers viewing the figurines get sucked into the exhibits. In Waxwork II (1992/104 min.), Mark and Sarah, who survived that nightmare, travel back in time to find the evidence she needs to prove her innocence from a murderous crime that a dismembered hand from the wax museum committed. Color/R/fullscreen.

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The main draw of these low-budget horror pictures is their unabashed affection for the great horror movies of the past. In Waxwork, Zach Galligan and his teen friends investigate a wax museum, where they are menaced by the re-animated tableaux. It's about as energetic as a wax dummy. The sequel is livelier, with Galligan now passing through a time portal that transports him to various classic film scenarios: Frankenstein, Dawn of the Dead, Alien, and, briefly and amusingly, Nosferatu (that's Drew Barrymore as one of the virgins cowering in bed). But why no parody of Vincent Price in House of Wax? It goes on too long, but there are weird celebrity guest stars aplenty (Bruce Campbell, David Carradine, Martin Kemp). Director Anthony Hickox helmed both offerings, without quite deciding how much humor was too much humor. In short, genre cultists are pretty much the exclusive audience here. --Robert Horton

Customer Reviews

Either way, Waxwork is great popcorn B movie fun.
Stanley Runk
NOW, having said all that, Waxwork is one of the best horror films of the 80s, filmed at a time when Horror was becoming mixed with comedy and other genres.
A. Fad
I know these movies are a little campy, but I like them.
Charles Shifflett

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24 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Lunar Strain on November 3, 2003
Format: DVD
Artisan does it again by releasing this great double feature DVD. If the original Waxowrk wasn't good enough, you also get its awsome sequel. For those of you who haven't see Waxwork, don't be fooled into thinking this is going to be a totally serious scary as hell movie. I is actually very toungue in cheek and has many funny moments. In the wake of Re-Animator, there were many immitations on mixing humor and gore, and Waxwork is one of the better films to come out of the mix. The sequel is almost just as good as the original and portrays many cameos that you will recognize (Bruce Campbell and Drew Barrymore to name a few). Two very entertaining film a cheap price. Now te downside. Originally when Waxwork was released on VHS, it was released in two seperate verions: an R-Rated and an Unrated. Sadly, the R-Rated version is the one present on the DVD which makes me worried that the Unrated will never be released. Another complaint is the picture quality. Artisan needs to start remastering these things. All their double feature DVD's are grainy. But that aside, don't let those downsides stop you from purchasing this DVD, its well worth it.
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18 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Jeffrey Leach HALL OF FAME on September 12, 2004
Format: DVD
The 1988 film "Waxwork" will always hold a special place in this horror fan's heart. On the surface, this movie doesn't seem that original or engaging. A group of young adults, led by Mark Loftmore (Zach Galligan) and Sarah Brightman (Deborah Foreman), decide to head over to a recently opened wax museum in their town for a night of giggles and guffaws. How could anything about a display of wax dummies be particularly frightening? We soon discover something quite ominous is going on behind the doors of this creepy building. The curator of the museum, David Lincoln (David Warner), and his two Addam's Family like cronies seek to open a portal to Hell through which the worst monsters of history will rise again to wreak havoc on the living. In order to accomplish this nefarious plot, Lincoln must procure several living people to sacrifice to the dark gods. The waxwork displays, which reconstruct carefully orchestrated scenes of horrific murder and mayhem in history, are in fact tricks designed to lure these unwary kids to their doom. Once one of these dupes step past the velvet rope in front of a scene, they discover that what they were looking at is real and very dangerous. And one by one, Lincoln secures his sacrifices.

One of the adults finds himself caught in the middle of a gruesome werewolf hunt. A snobby rich girl falls for the penetrating gaze of Count Dracula (Miles O'Keefe of "Ator" fame, for goodness sake!), thus discovering that vampires do exist and don't mind gnawing on human drumsticks whenever possible. By the time Loftmore discovers what is going on in the wax museum, most of his friends have perished in graphic, horrible ways. It's only through luck that he manages to extricate Brightman from a particularly sadistic encounter with the Marquis De Sade.
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13 of 16 people found the following review helpful By grabthegoods on August 4, 2006
Format: DVD
Waxwork and Waxwork 2 are very inovating horror films. Now we can enjoy both movies on one disk!!! Great "POPCORN" movies from the "AWESOME 80's!!! I just purchased this dvd and Waxwork pt 1, is the UNRATED version... so your seeing all the blood and gore, especially in the Wereolf and the Vampire slayer scenes. Waxwork--UNRATED and Waxwork 2---RATED R. Hope this helped anyone. "Steak Tar Tar anyone?" ENJOY!!!!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Joeys Hot on July 11, 2009
Format: DVD
I remember seeing this movie when i was a kid back in the 80s and was looking for it but couldnt remember the name and alas i found it and was surprised there was a part 2 as well. Well the first one is amazing, the whole vampire scene is so romantic at the end and so intense when the battle begins but i always remember that scene, at the end on the bottom of the stairs, its romantic too me lol. As you can tell thats my favorite scene and i can just watch it over and over. The mummy one is quite nice as well. Its so good and it gives me the willies whenever i go to a wax museum because im like what if. All the places they go to are so cool except for the last 2 characters that only enter the set ups for like a minute. But the first one is classic and just great fun, heck it was the 80s and waaxwork 2 is great as well altho i was upset the same actress didnt show up. But again its really really good except for the music thingy at the end. But its so worth to get it if even for waxwork the original, promise youll have a good time, scouts honor.
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By CreepFreak on July 23, 2003
Format: DVD
This has it all. Make some time for Halloween Night, a bowl of popcorn, lights out, and enjoy this gory/bloody/funny treat. Every classic ghoul you were born to love is back. Goofier and more violent then ever. Enjoy! Sends shivers of joy down your spine. This out of control film will put a smile on every horrorfanatics face. If it dosen't, then you still have the spine chill effect. Happy Halloween 2003!! Waxwork baby!!!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By A. Fad on March 16, 2013
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Im mostly writing this review to address the concerns about the Uncut vs rated R debate going on with this double feature version of Waxwork 1. Many people on here are trying to say that part one is the uncut version just because they are reading the time listed on the back of the DVD as well as the "uncut" rating listed. As someone who has actually owned (no longer unfortunately so I cant take screen caps to prove anything) I can say that this is NOT the case. This version, while it may be "unrated" is NOT the directors unrated cut. That is ONLY available on VHS, which was released by Vestron in 1989. The sku is 028485152908 and the ISBN: 0-8051-0646-4. There is even an issue of Fangoria magazine with an interview with Anthony Hicox where he states the Unrated version is still cut. Here are a few cuts in particular that I personally noticed to be missing:

The Werewolf scene:

- Cuts before the victim is completely ripped in half

The Vampire scene:

- Cuts before the full head explosion in the cellar.
- Cuts before you see the piece from the leg picked off.
- Portions of the mistresses attacking are quickly edited together missing some blood splatter

Mummy scene:

- Cuts before the black ooze stuff starts coming out of the mummy's mouth (VERY noticeable because the shot after he emerges shows his mouth and body has the residue dripping still).
- Cuts before the full head step skull pops.

Basically just a few frames of gore are missing. It's almost as if the movie has the before and after of the gore scenes but not the middle part actually showing the action.
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