Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s action-adventure classic, four plane crash survivors encounter danger in a world that time forgot.
User Reviews: ***Originally titled “Attack of the Blurry Ape”***rnrnThe Asylum’s “King of the Lost World” (2005) is a TV knockoff of Peter Jackson’s “King Kong,” released one day before that blockbuster during Christmas. While there’s a giant ape and an island of colossal creatures, the similarities end there. This has more to do with Arthur Conan Doyle’s fantasy/adventure novel “The Lost World” (1912) than “King Kong.” The plot revolves around a group of survivors of a plane wreck who search the mysterious island; and clash with the giant creatures & primitive-type people that dwell there. rnrnThe movie only cost $1 million and the blurry CGI creatures look it. If you can get past that, there’s quite a bit to like here for fans of comic book adventure flicks, especially of the lost on a deserted island variety. Imagine “Mysterious Island” (1961) if it was done on a miniscule budget, like