Lost on Mars (2002)





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Science Fiction & Fantasy


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This movie was re-released for the first time since its original release in 2002. The new version was digitally enhanced with a few new scenes. I would classify it as low budget but that doesn?t take away the good content of the story. This movie takes it one step future than Mission to mars starring Gary Sinise by traveling back in time then visiting a lost civilization of that world. Interesting movie with a great concept about mars.

Brenda Howl
Brenda Howl

Lost on Mars was considered to be the next big cult film. The movie was produced by Westfield Entertainment and Distributed by Pro-Active entertainment. Director Eric Shook wrote the script and filmed the movie to give the audience the felling it was made in the early to mid 1950’s. If you watch this movie all the way through, it will leave you to believe it had been made in the 50’s. This was an all out brilliant attempt by Westfield Entertainment to bring back good wholesome science fiction for the Sci-Fi movie watcher. Excellent movie to watch, if you like old science fiction movies from the past like Destination Moon 1950, This Island Earth 1955, or Forbidden Planet 1956 to name just a few. Cast: Kelli Wilson, David Long, Gretchen Maxwell, Megan glosser, Julia Gommell, Brittany Wisovaty, Amber Distler, Eric Shook, Beverly Rankin, Justin Hemming and John T Oertling.

tammy holmes
tammy holmes

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