Lost Voyage (2002)





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Decades after being mysteriously swallowed up in the bottomless belly of the Bermuda Triangle, the reappearance of the cruise ship Corona Queen leads to a terrifying journey into the unknown in this dark tale from filmmaker Christian McIntire. For years, Aaron Roberts (Judd Nelson) has been obsessed with the seemingly cursed waters of the Bermuda Triangle, and when the Corona Queen returns from a 25-year trip to the beyond, Roberts can't resist the chance to investigate the phenomenon firsthand. Disregarding a series of otherworldly warnings, Roberts soon teams up with paranormal investigators Dana Elway (Janet Gunn), David Shaw (Lance Henriksen), and a team of scientists to board the Corona Queen and search for clues as to its whereabouts for the last quarter of a century. Little do they realize that the Corona Queen seems to be taking on a life of her own, and the team is stepping directly into the belly of the beast.
R (violence, language)
Horror , Mystery & Suspense
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First Look Pictures


Judd Nelson
as Aaron Roberts
Janet Gunn
as Dana Elway
Jeff Kober
as Dazinger
Mark A. Sheppard
as Ian Fields
Richard Gunn
as Randall Banks
Scarlett Chorvat
as Julie Largo
Lance Henriksen
as David Shaw
Robert Pine
as Mike Kaplan
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Decent ghost ship / horror film. While I feel "Ghost Ship" was better this one should also be appreciated by those into the genre. The acting was for the most part good and the plot was great. Some portions of it were a bit ridiculous and made little sense (unfortunately I can't elaborate too much without making it a spoiler -- see below). I feel the film missed some its potential by focusing too much on the horror / slasher aspect versus the mystery behind the ship and what was happening and the "Entities" involved. It is a struggle for me to decide on wither three or three and a half stars but I'm going to go ahead and add the half due to the portion below. (Spoiler below) One part which I did appreciate was the end where we saw the spirits/demons circling the ship. It may not have been the best special effects in history but I appreciated the visual image and the scene and it is certainly note worthy for me. The unrealistic portion. One of them dies and then telephones the other. They casually react to this like it is no big deal and later affirm that they are still a skeptic. How can you still be a skeptic still after your dead employee phones you on board a ghost ship? How could you be a skeptic and not be alarmed when a recently deceased person calls you?

David M
David M

Made more sense than Ghost Ship, better than average made for TV film from Sci-fi channel. Once again, Sci-fi really needs to get the special effect up a notch.

Sylvester Kuo
Sylvester Kuo

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Reminds me of Ghost Ship unlike Ghost Ship this is alot better I must admit.

Wahida K
Wahida K

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