Lost City

A fiendish mad scientist plans to conquer the world from his lair deep in an uncharted jungle.
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item number:  X64R
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DVD Features:

  • Rated: Not Rated
  • Run Time: 3 hours, 56 minutes
  • Video: Black & White
  • Released: April 26, 2005
  • Originally Released: 1935
  • Label: Alpha Video
  • Encoding: Region 0 (Worldwide)
  • Packaging: Keep Case
  • Aspect Ratio: Full Frame - 1.33

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Total Count: 83


User Ratings: 25,938
Rating: 2/5 -- Not an embarrassment, but definitely a missed opportunity. Full Review
Sky Cinema
Dec 5, 2008
Rating: 1/5 -- Andy Garcia's preposterous vanity project The Lost City is an all-singing, all-dancing version of the Cuban Revolution. Full Review
Times (UK)
Dec 5, 2008
Rating: 2/5 -- The script is scrupulously even-handed, but Garcia can't seem to get a grip on this sprawl. Full Review
Dec 5, 2008
Rating: 2/4 -- It's handsome and heartfelt but mired in murky politics, plot inertia, musical montages and painfully pointed symbolism. Full Review
Houston Chronicle
Jun 23, 2006
Rating: 1.5/5 -- By the half way point I was beginning to take back everything I said re Steven Soderbergh's dull-as-ditchwater Che: Part II - even he manages to drum up more tension than this. Full Review
Eye for Film
Jul 6, 2010
Rating: 2/5 -- There may be a good film here, but it struggles to break free of the cumbersome framework. Full Review
Dec 5, 2008
Rating: 2/6 -- 'The Lost City' is intriguing as a historical document and adequate as cinema, but it has a blandness at its core that no amount of spicy mambo and booty-quaking dance routines can disguise. Full Review
Time Out
Dec 5, 2008

Description by OLDIES.com:

Severe electrical storms cause death and massive destruction the world over. The power that supplies this incredible electrical mayhem is being generated by Zolok, a mad scientist who seeks to conquer the world from his secret lair in deepest Africa. Young engineer Bruce Gordon launches an expedition to the Dark Continent to find the source of this mysterious force. Deep in the jungle, Gordon and his companions encounter fearsome giant zombies, the slaves of Zolok, who guard the ominous Magnetic Mountain where the mad man's lost city is hidden. Zolok is holding fellow scientist Dr. Manyus and his beautiful daughter captive in his futuristic subterranean city. Gordon must find a way to dismantle Zolok's weapons of world destruction and rescue his captives. Relentless and dangerous adventure awaits the group as they face the many horrors that Zolok has in store for them.

The Lost City is an energized, non-stop thrill ride from an era when serial adventure ruled the silver screen. Filled with paralyzing guns, laser death rays, jungle beasts and zombies, The Lost City remains a nearly forgotten gem of the genre. Despite its low budget, it excitingly mixes many of the elements that made serials like Flash Gordon and The Phantom Creeps so entertaining. This serial boasts special electrical effects by Kenneth Strickfaden, the mastermind behind the electrical gadgetry that highlighted Universal's classic Frankenstein films.

Product Description:

An epic serial in which adventurers come across a madman conducting electrical experiments in the jungle. Features twelve chapters of this serial "cliffhanger" classic.


Production Notes:

  • This film is a compilation of the serial, "The Lost City".
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So corny its funny! Movie Lover: from DETROIT, MI US -- October, 20, 2015

Although it's meant to be an adventure flick, I found Lost City to be hillarious. The corny dialog, story and acting make this flick worth watching despite its flaws.

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  • UPC: 089218474599
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