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as Waxwork Man
as Sir Wilfred
as Detective Roberts
as Marquis de Sade
as Count Dracula
as Anton Weber
as Elderly Man
as Professor Sutherland
as Gril in Pyramid
as English Prince
as French Guard
as Mrs. Loftmore
as Marks Grandfather
as Egyptian Boy
as Marquis de Sade Girl #3
as Zombie #1
as Zombie #3
as Zombie #4
as Sir Wilfreds Butler
Critic Reviews for Waxwork
Better than "House of Wax" anyway
Just sort of lays there for long stretches like a dead weasel.
Amusing diversion, but nothing special
Audience Reviews for Waxwork
Entertaining comic horror which see's six young friends lured to a mysterious waxwork museum where the owner has plans to make them part of the exhibit. It's a little silly but a good fun ride all the same. You have a good range of classic monsters on show from Vampires, Zombies and Werewolves and a decent amount of gore too. It all has a rushed feel to it and the editing is very choppy but that just keeps the excitement flowing!
Cheesy and campy, but great fun. Lots of eye candy for both sexes too. As long as you don't take it that seriously, then you probably won't be disappointed.
An evil waxwork proprietor uses his occult powers to send teenagers into a lame nightmare worlds inhabited by famous film monsters, which will somehow enable him to take over the world. Competent production values and a tiny bit of humor can't save the tepid teen terror tableaux.
|China:||Vampires are fiction!|
|Elderly Man:||No! They're real! And they can only be killed by a crucifix, wood through their heart, or decapitation!|
|Mr. Lincoln:||They'll make a movie about anything now a days.|
|Mark:||If those guys are waxworks, they have definitely improved them since I was a kid.|
|Marquis de Sade Girl #3:||Lucky bitch. Just because she is a virgin she gets to get beaten in front of the English Prince? I mean, we were all virgins once.|
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