History Film / Waxwork

27th Aug '16 10:10:13 AM erforce
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* HistoricalVillainUpgrade: Marquis de Sade, who is now one of the most evil men ever existed.

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* HistoricalVillainUpgrade: Marquis de Sade, Done to UsefulNotes/MarquisDeSade, who is now one of the most evil men ever existed.
25th Jul '16 7:50:34 AM Mdumas43073
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31st Oct '15 2:28:49 PM Morgenthaler
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* ActorAllusion: [[{{Gremlins}} "What the hell am I gonna feed him at this hour?"]]



* TheDanza: Creator/DavidWarner as David Lincoln



TheOtherDarrin: Sarah is played by Deborah Foreman in ''Waxwork'' and Monika Schnarre in ''Waxwork II''. Particularly noticeable because ''Waxwork II'' replays some footage of the first movie's climax.
30th Oct '15 12:47:33 AM MikeK
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TheOtherDarrin: Sarah is played by Deborah Foreman in ''Waxwork'' and Monika Schnarre in ''Waxwork II''. Particularly noticeable because ''Waxwork II'' replays some footage of the first movie's climax.
11th May '15 9:14:36 AM erforce
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* EverythingsDeaderWithZombies: Zombies are included in the exhibits of the first movie. Zombies appear again in the second movie in one of the alternate timelines reminiscient of ''Film/DawnOfTheDead''.

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* EverythingsDeaderWithZombies: Zombies are included in the exhibits of the first movie. Zombies appear again in the second movie in one of the alternate timelines reminiscient of ''Film/DawnOfTheDead''.''Film/DawnOfTheDead1978''.
11th May '15 2:21:26 AM erforce
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* ArtShift: The first film's zombie sequence is in black and white, in homage to ''Film/NightOfTheLivingDead''. In the sequel, the haunted-house setting is in black and white, the ''Nosferatu''-setting is black-and-white ''and silent'' (complete with written dialogue-cards), and characters who are passing through the {{Kaiju}} setting speak Japanese.

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* ArtShift: The first film's zombie sequence is in black and white, in homage to ''Film/NightOfTheLivingDead''.''Film/NightOfTheLivingDead1968''. In the sequel, the haunted-house setting is in black and white, the ''Nosferatu''-setting is black-and-white ''and silent'' (complete with written dialogue-cards), and characters who are passing through the {{Kaiju}} setting speak Japanese.
6th Jan '15 11:08:10 PM Technomaru
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* BigBad: David Lincoln in the first film.

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* BigBad: David Lincoln in the first film.film, Scarabis in the sequel.
13th Dec '14 10:44:14 AM SharleeD
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* NoMoreForMe: When Mark and Scarabis pass through his dimension, ''Mr. Hyde'' looks suspiciously at the bottle of elixir that had just transformed him from Dr. Jekyll.
5th Dec '14 2:51:27 AM Patachou
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* WholeCostumeReference: Although not necessarily matching any specific film, Mark's and Scarabis's outfits during their duel-across-dimensions always shift to suit their surroundings, and ''exactly'' conform to what a hero and a villain, respectively, would wear in the film genre that particular reality represents (e.g. white Travolta disco suit vs denim-clad biker in the '70s zombie mall, proper tuxedo vs seedy longcoat and eyepatch in JackTheRipper London, etc).

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* WholeCostumeReference: Although not necessarily matching any specific film, Mark's and Scarabis's outfits during their duel-across-dimensions always shift to suit their surroundings, and ''exactly'' conform to what a hero and a villain, respectively, would wear in the film genre that particular reality represents (e.g. white Travolta disco suit vs denim-clad biker in the '70s zombie mall, proper tuxedo vs seedy longcoat and eyepatch in JackTheRipper UsefulNotes/JackTheRipper London, etc).
20th Nov '14 2:15:45 PM SharleeD
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* ArtShift: The first film's zombie sequence is in black and white, in homage to ''Film/NightOfTheLivingDead''. In the sequel, the haunted-house setting is in black and white, the ''Nosferatu''-setting is colorless ''and silent'', and characters who are passing through the {{Kaiju}} setting speak Japanese.

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* ArtShift: The first film's zombie sequence is in black and white, in homage to ''Film/NightOfTheLivingDead''. In the sequel, the haunted-house setting is in black and white, the ''Nosferatu''-setting is colorless black-and-white ''and silent'', silent'' (complete with written dialogue-cards), and characters who are passing through the {{Kaiju}} setting speak Japanese.
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