The Lost World Underground (2002)


Directed by: Colin Budds, Michael Offer

Stars: Rachel Blakely, Lara Cox, Peter McCauley

Language: English

Country: New Zealand | Imdb Info | Ar: 4:3 | Dvdrip [pal]

Description: Further adventures of the explorers gang of the TV series, encountering ape men, dinosaurs and a tribe of albino underground dwellers.


1.38GB | 82:58mins | 746×568 | mkv

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5 Responses to The Lost World Underground (2002)

  1. rimisark says:

    Please if someone have The Lost World movie(not series) from 1999 let’s upload it somewhere and give us a link!

  2. wayne says:

    Seasons 1-3 [1999-2002] AUSTRALIAN & NEW ZEALAND.
    At the dawn of the 20th century, a band of adventurers are part of an expedition to prove the existence of a lost world isolated from the modern world. This series was originally aired as the first pay-per-view series offered via a multichannel television service (DirecTV), and contained nudity and extended scenes. The syndicated version on TV and DVD releases have been edited.
    The first television project under Telescene’s Action Adventure Network (AAN) banner.
    I Have All episodes of edited version + artwork, will be happy to upload to Rarelust if able.

    • George Draft says:

      I for one would love to see this series again. I had no idea that there was an unedited version which included nudity. Shame you don’t have that to share.

  3. OSMOSIS says:

    I’m surprised this wasn’t really syndicated in The US (along with “JACK OF ALL TRADES” and “CLEOPATRA 2525”). If there’s MORE Compiled Episodes of this series, holla back, because I’m stoked.
    Thanks, Rarelust.

  4. Kroagnon says:

    I presume this is a “movie” of several combined episodes of the series?

    I’ve not seen this, but I own the whole show on DVD and it’s a fantastic, fun TV adventure series in the vein of Hercules, Xena and Legend of the Seeker.

    Highly recommended to fans of those shows; sexy scantily-clad ladies, cheesy effects, crazy plots and memorable characters. A great Aussie/NZ cast, too.

    Farscape fans should enjoy some of the cameos, too.

    Such a shame how it never got a proper ending, especially as things were really getting good towards the end. :(

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