Lost Voyage

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Lost Voyage is a 2001 supernatural thriller directed, edited and co-written by Christian McIntire that debuted as a Sci Fi Pictures TV-movie on the Sci Fi Channel.

Plot[edit]

The cruise ship Corona Queen mysteriously reappears three decades after going missing in the Bermuda Triangle, looking like new but empty of life. After the producer of a tabloid television series (Janet Gunn) sends in a paranormal researcher (Judd Nelson) whose father and stepmother were aboard the ship, homicidal spirits attack the TV crew, including the cameraman (Richard Gunn); a cruise-line representative (Lance Henriksen); and two salvagers (Jeff Kober, Mark Sheppard).

Cast[edit]

  • Judd Nelson - Aaron Roberts
  • Janet Gunn - Dana Elway
  • Jeff Kober - Dazinger
  • Lance Henriksen - David Shaw
  • Scarlett Chorvat -Julie
  • Richard Gunn - Randall Banks
  • Mark Sheppard - Fields
  • Ray Laska - Parker
  • Wendy Robie - Marie Burnett
  • Robert Pine - Kaplan
  • Donna Magnani - Shirrill
  • Mason Lucero - Young Aaron
  • Christabel Montgomery - Mabel
  • Que Kelly - Make-Up Girl
  • Bill Livingston - Pilot
  • Ron Otis - Navigator
  • Josh Cruze - Captain
  • Benjamin Eaglin - Navigation
  • Ron Otis - Helmsman
  • Trevor Lee Baer - Ghost Boy
  • Jackie Benoit - Aaron's Grandma
  • Deborah Berry - Dana's Mom
  • Taylor Olandt - Young Dana

Crew[edit]

  • Director, editor - Christian McIntire
  • Writers - Patrick Phillips, Christian McIntire
  • Producers - Phillip Roth, Jeff Beach, Ken Olandt
  • Director of Photography - Todd Barron
  • Music - Rick McHugh
  • Production designer - David Huang

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