Waxwork (1988) and Waxwork 2 (1992)??

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  1. JavierS

    JavierS Stunt Coordinator

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    Am I the only one who is waiting for these movies to come to DVD?? I thought Waxwork was a great Homage to Monster Films while Waxwork 2 was an homage to early horror films.
     
  2. Dave Simpson

    Dave Simpson Second Unit

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    Count me in for these two! Good fun, both. Also can't wait for Night Of The Creeps, and I know I'm not alone here.
    Cheers.

    DS.
     
  3. Andy Olivera

    Andy Olivera Screenwriter

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    You're not alone. While I didn't much care for the sequel, Waxwork is one of my favorites. I'd love to hear a commentary with Anthony Hickox. Who owns these?
     
  4. Ken Bentley

    Ken Bentley Second Unit

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    i also would love to have both these titles in my collection. been a long time since i seen these.. i was wee little when these were out. in fact i remember watching them on a film projector as a kid. along with another film i cant seem to remember... something like creature double feature. something that had a green monster...lol...
     
  5. Kent Nelson

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    I caught a little bit of W2 on cable the other day, and was reminded of how much of a classic it really is (the Bruce Campbell character is awesome). Both of these are great movies, and DVD purchases for me would be a no brainer. And I second the vote mentioned earlier for Night of the Creeps.
     
  6. Steve Phillips

    Steve Phillips Screenwriter

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    If and when WAXWORKS is released, it better be the UNCUT/UNRATED version! The film was released in both an unrated and an edited R version on tape by Vestron back in 1988.
     
  7. Steve_Knutzen

    Steve_Knutzen Screenwriter

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    I can't find my vhs copy anywhere. I'd pick these up instantly.
     
  8. Mark Cappelletty

    Mark Cappelletty Cinematographer

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    I third Night of the Creeps. That title t screams "Anchor Bay."
     
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    Mattias_ka Supporting Actor

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