[ All the Latest Netflix News ]

Info Page: Lost Junction

Here is all the information you need about "Lost Junction" on Netflix in the UK. Details include the date it was added to UK Netflix, any known expiry dates and new episodes/seasons, the ratings and cast etc. So scroll down for more information or share the link on social media to let your friends know what you're watching.
Hi! I see you're using an ad-blocker. I'm fine with that and won't stop you visiting the site but can I suggest you either
read my thoughts on ad-blockers and/or make a donation to charity.

Lost Junction

No longer available to stream

Still want to watch it? Try looking for 'Lost Junction' on Amazon.

 

 

Date Added: 26th August 2015

Date Removed: 26th February 2017

Available for: 18 months

 

 

Description:

When his car stalls, Jimmy gets picked up and seduced by beautiful Missy -- who happens to have her ex-husband's body in the trunk of her car.

 

Certificate:

Year: 2003

Duration: 1hr 35m

Audio: English

Subtitles: English

 

Director: Peter Masterson

 

Cast: Jake Busey, Neve Campbell, David Gow, Billy Burke, Michel Perron, Charles Edwin Powell, Amy Sloan, Mariah Inger, Norman Mikeal Berketa

 

RATINGS:

Netflix

IMDB

Average Rating Not yet rated


LISTS:

Trakt.tv Letterboxd

 

 

Hi! I see you're using an ad-blocker. I'm fine with that and won't stop you visiting the site but can I suggest you either
read my thoughts on ad-blockers and/or make a donation to charity.

A project by MaFt

If you find this useful then please share the site with your other Netflix friends and drop me a tweet @MaFt

Logo for NewOnNetflixUK

Logo for NewOnNetflixUSA

Logo for NewOnNetflixCA_

Logo for NewOnNetflixANZ

Social Media

For posts announcing new additions, removals and expiry dates please follow NewOnNetflixUK on Twitter, Facebook or Google+. They are only posted between 8am and 10pm UK time so they shouldn't be missed while you sleep.






Hi! I see you're using an ad-blocker. I'm fine with that and won't stop you visiting the site but can I suggest you either
read my thoughts on ad-blockers and/or make a donation to charity.