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  • Actors: H.M. Wynant, Frank Dietz, Christine Romeo, Brian Howe, Fay Masterson
  • Directors: Larry Blamire
  • Writers: Larry Blamire
  • Producers: Anthony Tremblay, F. Miguel Valenti, Mark Allen Stuart, Michael Schlesinger, Sara Van der Voort
  • Format: Full Screen, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: UNRATED
  • Studio: Shout! Factory
  • Release Date: Aug. 17 2010
  • Run Time: 92 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B003IRUFCA
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #23,090 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

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Are you ready to face the terror of the Lost Skeleton of Cadavra again? Well his long rest is over and with his skull in the possession of Peter Fleming (brother of skeletons previous victim Roger) he is out to make trouble for the world. Luckily Lattis and Kro-bar are back to try and help defeat him but will even the lovely Betty be able to drag Dr. Paul Armstrong out of the bottle he has been hiding in soon enough to save the world?

After lost skeleton became a cult classic it seems a sequel was inevitable but no one had any right to expect it to be this good. With a cast stuffed full of returning actors (many playing twins of characters killed in the first film) and another sharp script by director Larry Blamire this movie is laugh out funny from the first frame to the last. This film along with the simultaneously released Dark and Stormy Night announce the return of Blamire and company and comedy fans should not pass up on the opportunity to laugh themselves goofy.
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By Keith Little TOP 500 REVIEWER on April 4 2014
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
If you haven't seen a Larry Blamire film they are fun homages/gentle spoofs of classic B movies. This one targets the Old Dark House genre in a fun, silly way. This film, though, isn't as offbeat as a Mel Brooks film or classics of genre spoofing like Airplane so you'll have to adjust your espectations somewhat to truly enjoy this. I would recommend his other films also.
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it is amazing the wit with which this film and its predecessors were crafted.. very tongue in cheek anad a fun romp. but don't expect too much other than fun.
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By Mayor Maynot on March 5 2013
Format: DVD
I love this film! The low budget! The breakneck production speed! The deadpan serious acting of some of the silliest lines ever! What's not to like?
I admit I had no clue what this film was. I was looking for a bad 1950's 60's horror/monster movie. The Lost Skeleton looked the part so I grabbed it. I laughed from start to finish.
Once I started watching it I figured out pretty quickly that it was a modern film and a spoof. It was done with such perfect execution that you know the writer, director everyone involved loves these kind of films.
From the opening sequence in the General's office with the off kilter lines like "That's the understatement of the world." to the SLOWLY scene in the warehouse and the summoning dance Chimfa, this movie is a great laugh!
If you like dry yet nutty humor this is a film for you.
Favorite lines: (in no particular order)

"Well its not me then."
"Slowly!"
"Fleming, fleeeeeeeeming..."
"Anamala not so stupid."
"...WITH A MONKEEEEEY!!!!!"
"Board! We board now! I am boarding!"
"Rowr."

Ok that is all bye now.
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By E. A Solinas HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWER on May 1 2011
Format: DVD
Cower in fear, mortals! The Lost Skeleton of Cadavra may have been smashed to bits in the last movie, but now he returns! Again!

And this time instead of all-American B-movies, the spoofery is aimed at those jungle adventure/"lost world" movies. "The Lost Skeleton Returns Again" brings back everyone (and I do mean everyone) from the previous movie, and while it's not as hilarious as the first movie, it's still a fun little parody with flying skulls, monsters and lots of science.

Military man Pappin (Frank Dietz) arrives at the house of Betty Armstrong (Fay Masterson), only to find out that her husband has been missing in the jungles of the Amazon for two years. So Betty (in full Crocker regalia) and Pappin head off to South America to find Paul (Larry Blamire) who is now an embittered drunk. But he agrees to help find Geranium 90, a vital... rock that can only be found deep in the jungle.

At the same time, Kro-Bar (Andrew Parks) and Lattis (Susan McConnell) have returned to Earth, since their danger detector alerted them to... Betty and Paul being in danger. So they pose as humans and join a crooked expedition that also wants Geranium 90. And Peter Fleming (Brian Howe) finds a mysterious skull amongst his late brother's belongings, and it compels him to go to South America so it can regain its body by using a magical idol.

As the two groups move through the jungle, towards the Valley of the Monsters (no, this doesn't really alarm them), they must fight their way through the deadly prehistoric flora and fauna. And finally they must encounter the Cantaloupe People, and the monster that hides their ancient idol... whose name escapes me.
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