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Kevin J. O'Connor,
J. Trevor Edmond
Mark and Sarah survive to the fire in the wax museum, but Sarah is followed by a severed hand that kills her father. Sarah becomes the prime suspect and goes to trial. Mark and Sarah search evidence to prove her innocence and they go to Sir Wilfred's house. They find a footage prepared by Sir Wilfred with a puzzle based of the Alice and the Looking Glass. They solve the puzzle and find a compass that opens portals through time. They travel to the most different places in time seeking something to help Sarah in her trial in a dangerous journey.Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
While the movie takes place in California, Mark makes several references to the possibility of Sarah receiving the electric chair. California has never used the electric chair as a method of execution. See more »
[Sarah has reacted negatively to Scarabis's Master Plan]
Does this mean you don't love me anymore?
You bet it does, brother of mine.
Well, that does shed a bit of a different light on things. George. Kill the bitch.
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Like most sequels, Waxwork II is lamer than the first, which is a pity because I liked its predecessor.
Their director/writer Anthony Hickox pretty much took what was fun about the first - the entering into different horror realms - and ran amok with it. The leads travel through time (and I guess realities) - much like Sliders - while looking for something or other. Slowly at first, but eventually they wind up barreling through realities as though Hickox had too many references that he wanted to fit into the movie but didn't have enough time to. Some are fun - one S&M one is a tad disturbing - but they've since lost their original charm.
Horror-comedy stalwart, Bruce Campbell, does the same overacting schtick from his Evil Dead movies but his all-too-short cameo was the highlight of the movie for me.
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