The discovery of a skeleton at a demolition site reopens an 18-year-old murder case. watch
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The Lost Skeleton Of Cadavra movie trailer - starring Fay Masterson, Brian Howe, Jennifer Blaire, Larry Blamire, Andrew Parks, Susan McConnell. Directed by Larry Blamire. Genre: Sci-Fi
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Remember the good old days when anyone with a camera, a few thousand bucks, and more ambition than talent could schlep up to Bronson Canyon and quickly make a cheap sci-fi/horror movie? Well, they're back! "The Lost Skeleton of Cadavra" is an affectionate, meticulous re-creation of those notoriously cheesy clunkers, as a gaggle of beloved stereotypes pursue "that rarest of all radioactive elements - atmosphereum." Writer/Director Larry Blamire heads a superb cast - including Fay Masterson (Eyes Wide Shut), Andrew Parks (Donnie Brasco), Brian Howe (Catch Me If You Can) and Jennifer Blaire (The Majestic) - that faced a daunting task: having to be brilliant and terrible at the same time! It's one of the most original, clever, and hilarious comedies to come along in eons of your Earth years!
A dedicated scientist, his ditzy wife, an evil scientist, a catwoman, two clueless aliens, a ghastly three-eyed mutant and The Lost Skeleton are all involved in the search for "that rarest of all radioactive elements, atmosphereum," in this deadpan spoof of those cheesy 1950s black-and-white sci-fi/horror movies.
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The discovery of a skeleton at a demolition site reopens an 18-year-old murder case.
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