Warlock : The Armageddon

Synopsis: Every six hundred years, a great evil has the opportunity to escape and unleash Armageddon. A group of five stones has the power to either free the evil, or banish it for another six hundred years. An order of Druids battles with a Warlock determined to unleash his father upon the world.
Director(s): Anthony Hickox
Production: Republic Pictures Home Video
  2 nominations.
98 min

The stones!

We have failed in our duty...

the Armageddon.

We saved two of the stones.

The amulet...

does she still wear it?

- It is gone.

- His birth is still to come...

and the battle is still

to be fought.

It is too rash, too unadvised, too sudden;

Too like the lightning,

which doth cease to be...

Ere one can say ''It lightens.''

Sweet good night...

This bud of love,

by summer's ripening breath

May prove a beauteous flower

when next we meet.

Good night, good night!

as sweet repose and rest

Come to thy heart

as that within my breast.

O, wilt thou leave me

so unsatisfied?

What satisfaction canst

thou have to-night?

The exchange of thy love's

faithful vow for mine.

I gave thee mine before

thou didst request it:

Wouldst thou withdraw it?

For what purpose, love?




I cannot work under

these conditions.

Go on, go home.

Same time tomorrow.

I think what Shakespeare

meant was...

we should seize the moment.

I don't think so, Andy.


We've got to talk.

- Hi, daddy.

- Hi, hon.

Oh, let's get out of here.

- Good evening, Reverend.

- Hey, Andy.

You taking Samantha

to the movies this weekend?

- Yeah, I'd like to.

- Bye, Andy.

We'll see ya soon, Andy.

Okay. Take care.

Listen good, Devil boy.

Samantha doesn't want

anything to do with you.

Her father doesn't

want you near her...

and I don't want your Satanic ass

within a hundred yards of her.

- You got that?

- Lay off, Andy.

Look at this,

still reading comics.

Bet you wish you were a

superhero now, huh?

Kenny, the mutant crusader

and the ex-wimps.

- Back off, Andy.

- Come on.

- I'm serious.

- Show me your powers.

Oh, sh*t!

- Don't just stand there.

- Butthead.

(thunder clap)

(wind howling)

The sign of his birth.

Woman's voice:

What are you doing still home?

Well, you're gonna be late.

No, that's going to be a surprise.

Now, hurry up or

you'll miss the eclipse.

(hangs up phone)

Now, Obelisk, I need your opinion.

Do you think he'll like this?

Bark once for yes and...


Hmm, a growl, huh?

You probably need glasses anyway.

Now where did I put

grandma's necklace?

Here it is.

Hey, it is our only family heirloom.

What do you think

he'll think about this?

Obelisk, no.

Stay away.


Don't you want to give

your boy a kiss, mother?

Let me in, mother.

Let me in.

F*** you!


You're up late.

You too.

I heard you making coffee.

Sorry, look, it's fresh, hot...

Why don't you have a cup?

I've got school tomorrow.

Afraid you'll lose?


Then, come on. Sit down and

let's finish this one last game.


Dad, I'm gonna come home

for holidays and stuff.

I know, but...

let's play.

It's your move.

Oh, yeah. Right.


Nice move.

Are you okay, dad?

Sure. It must be

the moon or something.

You thinking about mom?

She would have been

real proud of you, son.

Is there something

you want to tell me, dad?


I love you, Kenny.

(distorted voice) You were born

at my grace to serve only me.

What does that command?

There are five stones

like the one she wears.

You must possess them all.

Thy will be done.

You will have six days

to complete my task.

When the sun emerges

from the darkness...

your time will pass.

She, the force creator

shall guide you.

(buzzer sounds)


Who the hell are you?

Mmmm... black.

(horns honking, tires squealing)

What are you,

some kind of idiot?


It's the devil.

Hey, buddy, you must have

bricks for balls...

or you must be

one stupid yuppie.

Is this your carriage?

Yeah, this is my carriage.

I wish to be transported

to Chicago.

Get the f*** out

of my face, blondie.

I like you, Hector.

Hey, sweetheart,

I missed you last night.

...this boy from Spokane...

...threw his second

no-hitter this season.

The Giant's ain't

going to bring him up early.

But I say, hell, take the diaper off

him and let him pitch.


Good evening, friends.

Doesn't necessarily mean

what you think.

I know exactly what it means.

Diving for shells,

you show-off?

- I didn't know you were here.

- You're not supposed to.

A spy...


You know what we do with spies?

Don't touch me.

No, please. No!

I don't want to get wet, Kenny.

No! I hate you!

- I don't think you hate me.

- Yes, I do. I hate you.

I've got something to brag about.

I tried to tell you last night

but you bolted out of there so fast.

I know, my dad picked me up.

- I know... I saw him.

- So, brag.

Guess what I'm going

to be doing this summer?

You got the job.

Oh, that's great.

I'm going to have

everything set up for us

by the time you're ready

to start Berkeley.

You'll get accepted,

I'm not worried.

Man's voice:

The trees shall be torn in half.

The birds shall be severed

from the sky.

The water shall turn red

as death.

The maggots shall seek

the light.

And within the heart of each...

lay the icons of our


(radio broadcast)

...there have been some

military conflicts...

...three plane crashes...

(radio changing frequency)

...riots in the street of Tokyo...


...last night,

police in Manhattan...

...reported violent crimes were up

seventy-five percent...

...the succession of incidents has

prompted a number of star watchers

to draw a correlation between these

events and last night's lunar eclipse...

The warlock is here, ain't he?

So much for my

seventieth birthday.

Well, you know we'll have

to talk with...

No! The reverend's not

one of us anymore.

It's been a while since

I took a road trip.

What for?

There's only one way to stop

a warlock, you know that.

- It's how we always planned it.

- I know, but...

I'm just going to get in

his way a little.

If we can slow the son-of-a-b*tch

down we might have a chance.

This Asgardian compass

will reveal a path to the warlock.

We have something to do.

I've been thinking a lot, Kenny.

I'm just not sure anymore.

What? Wait a minute.

I thought we talked about this.

- I know.

- I thought we had it all planned.

- Well, I changed my mind.

- Is it because of Andy?

No! I'm just not ready

to leave Logan Valley.

Why? I mean, what

do you have here without me?

My dad, for one.

He needs me.

I don't want to stay here

the rest of my life.

I mean, I want to go...

...just not yet.

I need more time.

Well, I don't have

any more time.

All my life I've heard what people

have said about my dad.

And all he tells me is people live

in fear of what they don't understand.

I don't understand what that means.

I'm going to San Francisco...

with or without you.

I'm sorry.


Oh, don't do that.

I'm just confused.

I just have this feeling

this is where I belong.


The birds.

What about 'em?

There aren't any.

Ah, great.

Sam... it's just my dad.

You're scaring me, dad.

Talk to me.

I love you, Kenny.

Hurry up! He's going to look

like aged old lettuce.

- Don't shoot!

- Kenny, calm down.

Calm down?

No, no, no.

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Submitted on August 05, 2018

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