Julian Sands, Handsome Devil

Hide the druid stones, because Warlock: The Armageddon is the Greatest Movie EVER!

Click on the movie poster or title above to download our review of the film, featuring Sean “Hollywood” Hunting.

Review in a Nutshell:  Perhaps it was in questionable taste to release a review of a violent, supernatural horror movie filled with druids and dark magic on Easter Sunday…

If you’re interested in purchasing this film on DVD, click on the Amazon link below:

Warlock: The Armageddon

6 Comments

  1. Nope, Paul – I think it’s genius!

    I just wish I wasn’t traveling so I Tammy and I could hear it now.

  2. Great choice! On one hand, The Ten Commandments is the traditional Easter picture and I don’t miss it,but this is an excellent choice. I hope you guys get to do the first Warlock picture at some point.

  3. My most vivid memory about this film is not the film itself but rather the Sega Genesis game, which had a game mechanic built entirely around the baseball. Very strange.

    The Alice In Wonderland film that Sean mentions is a movie that I remember from childhood, particularly due to the Jabberwocky that scared the living crap out of me when I was young. Now, it seems ridiculous, because it’s clearly a guy in a costume, and the face of the creature never actually moves.

  4. That alice in wonderland Jabberwocky really creeped me out too! I only saw part of that movie as a child, but the image of that creature stalking alice though the woods stuck with me. I had the same reaction to alice being trapped in the mirror world as Sean did. What ever happened to the truly terrifiing and phycologically damaging children stories I grew up with? * sigh* On a somewhat related note, although Paul prob wont review it, I just watch a creepy film from Finland called Rare Exports. Santa Clause is unearthed from an ancient tomb… the ending.. all I could say was wow. look up the trailer its awesome.

  5. The first WARLOCK picture is actually fairly good – at least, Tammy and I enjoyed it and thought it was worth watching.

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