Those 1950’s B-Movies were diabolical, with their crappy acting, appalling sets, senseless scripts and hilarious monsters. And Lost Skeleton is a loving tribute to exactly this kind of production. Told with poker-faced glee, the movie is an "it came from another world" saga featuring a rubber suit mutant, a skeleton intent on conquering Earth, a cat-woman and a pair of aliens, who have crash landed on Earth. Writer-Director Larry Blamire has a genuine taste for this material, right down to his Ed Wood performance as the dedicated scientist, who rolls up his shirt sleeves and aided by his clueless wife sets out to save the world. Brilliant and terrible at the same time, the film is an amazingly accurate recreation of the period’s cinematic ineptitude, presented with loving care in fabulous Skeletorama.