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

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6 Responses

  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. I think you might get a kick out of this: http://youtu.be/gNiM5t3FMGc

  4. 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.

  5. 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.

  6. 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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