History Film / Waxwork

2nd Sep '17 2:05:04 PM nombretomado
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* AssholeVictim: [[spoiler:JackTheRipper is killed offscreen by [[{{Nosferatu}} Orlok]].]]

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* AssholeVictim: [[spoiler:JackTheRipper [[spoiler:UsefulNotes/JackTheRipper is killed offscreen by [[{{Nosferatu}} Orlok]].]]
15th Jul '17 5:10:42 PM Stellarvore
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* PetTheDog: Lincoln flips out at his bodyguard for [[spoiler:killing the cop,]] and promptly apologizes and comforts him when he sees that he's visibly upset.
15th Feb '17 9:12:05 PM Stellarvore
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* AssholeVictim: [[spoiler:JackTheRipper is killed offscreen by [[{{Nosferatu}} Orlok]].]]
22nd Jan '17 12:53:15 PM Stellarvore
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* KnightOfCerebus: The Marquis de Sade. His abuse of Sarah is most certainly [[DudeNotFunny ''not'']] PlayedForLaughs, nor are his threats to turn her over to the Prince of England so that she can be used "like the whore she [is]".

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* KnightOfCerebus: The Marquis de Sade. His abuse of Sarah is most certainly [[DudeNotFunny ''not'']] ''[[DudeNotFunny not]]'' PlayedForLaughs, nor are his threats promises to turn her over to the Prince of England so that she can be used "like the whore she [is]".
21st Jan '17 7:00:47 PM Stellarvore
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* KnightOfCerebus: The Marquis de Sade. His abuse of Sarah is most certainly [[DudeNotFunny ''not'']] PlayedForLaughs, nor are his threats to turn her over to the Prince of England so that she can be used "like the whore she [is]".
27th Dec '16 6:36:00 AM bjex
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A sequel, ''Waxwork II: Lost in Time'', was released in 1992. It takes place immediately after the first film, with Sarah's father being murdered by a wax hand that escaped destruction hours before. Sarah's case for her innocence looks bad, thanks to no one believing her and Mark's claims about the wax museum. When they go to Mark's grandfather's mansion, they find a magic compass that allows them to travel through time. Believing it can be used to get evidence for the trial, the two of them start going through time and space while ending up in sci-fi and horror film parodies along the way.

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A sequel, ''Waxwork II: Lost in Time'', was released in 1992. It takes place immediately after the first film, with Sarah's father being murdered by a wax hand that escaped destruction hours before. Sarah's case for her innocence looks bad, thanks to no one believing her and Mark's claims about the wax museum. museum or disembodied hands. When they go to Mark's grandfather's Sir Wilfred's mansion, they find a magic compass that allows them to travel through time. Believing it can be used to get evidence for the trial, the two of them start going through time and space while ending up in sci-fi and horror film parodies along the way.



* AndTheAdventureContinues: [[spoiler: The second movie ends this way, with Sarah using the compass to return to Mark in the past after being exonerated.]]



* CleverCrows: Mark's grandfather appears as a raven to him in his times of need in the sequel.

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* CleverCrows: Mark's grandfather In the sequel, Sir Wilfred appears as a raven to him in his times of need in the sequel.Mark when he needs a helping hand (or beak).



* SuperWheelchair: One of TheCavalry has an armored one with a bulldozer-like front in the first movie's big battle scene. (It's an obvious very cheap cardboard shell around a normal motorized wheelchair, but that actually makes it funnier.)

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* SuperWheelchair: One of TheCavalry Sir Wilfred has an armored one with a bulldozer-like front in the first movie's big battle scene. (It's an obvious very cheap cardboard shell around a normal motorized wheelchair, but that actually makes it funnier.)



** Mark thinks this rule is in effect in the sequel and gets clobbered in the face. Turns out he's not in the Kansas wax museum anymore.

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** WrongGenreSavvy: Mark thinks this rule is in effect in the sequel and gets clobbered in the face. Turns out he's not in the Kansas wax museum anymore.
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.
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