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.


The movie opens introducing Aaron Roberts (8 years old) along with his Father, stepmother and Grandmother. Before his Father and Stepmother depart from Jersey, they offer Aaron a special pocket knife as a gift, which he swiftly rejects and criticises his new Stepmother, stating that “She’s not my Mother! Having parted from Aaron, his Father and Stepmother discuss Aaron’s behaviour and conclude to “Give him time” Then, upon the bridge of the Corona Queen, the Captain and crew discover a mysterious signal fast approaching. Moments later, homicidal spirits enter the ship, wounding the Captain and enter the quarters of Aaron’s Father and Stepmother. The entire crew are killed off screen and the Corona enters the mysterious dimension of the Bermuda Triangle. Shifting to the present day (25 years later) the grown Aaron Roberts is depicted recording the story of the Mary Celeste. Then a mysterious, black figure is seen outside his office. He tells Aaron that the similarities between the 2 cases (Mary Celeste and Corona Queen) are remarkable. Aaron contradicts him by telling him that the Corona Queen has never been found. Then, the figure moves away and vanishes off screen. Aaron quickly encounters his colleague Mary who tells him that the Corona Queen has been found adrift off the Bermuda islands. We are then introduced to Dana Elway and Julie Largow, who discover the story of the Corona Queen and conclude to fly out to the ship to capture a memorable story. As TV rivals, Dana is unhappy to hear that Julie is taking over for Dana whilst on vacation. Dana decides to visit Aaron’s apartment and attempt to convince him to accompany her team to the Corona. At first, Aaron refuses but after a dream taking him back to the tragic events on the Corona, he accepts. 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).


  • 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


  • 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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