LostFilmLogger

Keeping a record of all lost film on this website

Favorite films

  • The Golem and the Dancing Girl
  • Cleopatra
  • London After Midnight
  • The Cat Creeps

Recent activity

All
  • The Amusement Park

    ★★★

  • The Time Machine

  • The Quatermass Experiment

    ★★★½

  • The Mountain Eagle

Recent reviews

More
  • The Amusement Park

    The Amusement Park

    This film premiered at the American Film Festival in New York in June 1975, and screened at some events and festivals in different years. Afterwards, the film fell into obscurity and was considered lost for over forty years, until a 16mm print that was used in a Romero retrospective at the Torino Film Festival in 2001 was sent to Romero and his wife in 2017. The 16mm print and a DVD copy were given to Desrocher-Romero. This print was then…

  • The Time Machine

    The Time Machine

    A teleplay broadcast live by the BBC, no recordings of this production are thought to have ever existed. Only still photographs and the original script have survived. It is said to have been extremely faithful to the original novel.

Popular reviews

More
  • Batman Fights Dracula

    Batman Fights Dracula

    An unauthorised parody made without DC Comics' involvement, this film fell into obscurity shortly after its release and no copies are known to exist.

  • Nobody Ordered Love

    Nobody Ordered Love

    This lost film is on the BFI's 75 Most Wanted list. According to Ingrid Pitt, the film suffered such a fallout that Robert Hartford-Davis himself took the film out of circulation and relocated to the US. As per his wish, it was presumably destroyed at the time of his death, which occurred in 1977. No moving pictures remain, only black and white stills.