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Lost in Terra Dimension

USA 2022
produced by
Lizelle Gutierrez, Kat Lehto, Richard Zapp for Blondietimestwo, Buena Luz Media
directed by Kat Lehto, Lizelle Gutierrez
starring Kat Lehto, Lizelle Gutierrez, John Moamar, Zoey Grayce, Kari Lane, Joy Miller, Richard Zapp, Ashley Iocco, Joel Harkham, Jamil Moamar, Colin Christopher Shull, Ben Ho, Stan Divranos, America Del Sol, Martha Lampley, Scott Mueller, Vincent Cash, Cjon Saulsberry, Brewster Parsons, D.N. Higa (voice), Roya Backlund, Mika Cigic, Brian Correl, Kim Correl, Beatriz Fox, Daniel Heckman, Sam Hernandez, Cindy Lehto, Chris McClain, Mila McVay, Elvie Gro. Medina, Lourde Moamar, Debbra Newomb, Maggie Petoyan, Victoria Renee, Jenny Roberts, Kevin Sol, Hanani Taylor, Michelle Tedesco, Alyssa Tyson, Mark Wayne, Steven Welch
written by Lizelle Gutierrez, Kat Lehto, music by Steven Lizama, Ly Vui

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Sisters Spacle (Kate Lehto) and Zeandra (Lizelle Gutierrez) live pretty ordinary lives - until they're sucked into the 25th dimension, basically because that dimension's dictator Dom-X (John Moamar) wants to make Spacle his wife. Now the sisters are under the protection of the fairies, but as Dom-X and his henchmen prove too powerful for the fairies, Spacle agrees to go with Dom-X willingly to avoid a blood bath. Zeandra meanwhile is taken under the wing by fairy godmother Telda (Zoey Grayce), who teaches her all sorts of magic and even equips her with a mask that renders her invisible to sneak into Dom-X's lair. But Dom-X has still plenty of aces up his sleeve, so will Zeandra's magic be powerful enough to save her sister?


Now this film was made on an apparently pretty modest budget, so it's not always as technically polished as it could be, and what's on film on occasions doesn't live up to the filmmakers' ambitions. What the film's goo at though is world-building, as the film manages to tell a fairly comprehensive story set within a dimension with its very own laws of nature. And a well-crafted screenplay sees to it that the whole thing remains exciting throughout and keeps the viewer glued to the screen. Sure, due to lack of funds this is not the very best fantasy movie, but quite a fascinating watch all the same.

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