Warlock: The Armageddon

Warlock: The Armageddon

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Warlock: The Armageddon

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Warlock: The Armageddon, is a 1993 American horror film directed by Anthony Hickox, and produced by Peter Abrams. It is considered a sequel in-title-only to the 1989 film Warlock, and it stars Julian Sands returning in the title role.

In 1999 came a sequel to this film called The End of Innocence, for which Sands did not return. The role was recast with Bruce Payne in the title role.

Plot summary

In this movie we learn that Druids have stopped the rise of Satan's son using magical rune stones, which create light to vanquish the darkness. The opening shows one of these rituals taking place on a woman Satan has selected; it does not take long before they are attacked by Christians who feel their work is synonymous with Satanic witchcraft (Satanism). Most of the Druids die, and the rune stones are scattered.

The movie cuts to a more recognizable future where a young man and woman are clearly in love with each other but are having issues. Their parents are druids, while the girl's father is a priest and has neglected his responsibilities as a druid, the boy's father kills his son so he can rise again with the aid of druid magic to become a druid warrior.

In the meantime, a young woman has possession of one of the runes due to it being passed down through her family. She wears the rune to impress her date, but, as she looks out her kitchen window at the lunar eclipse, she instantly becomes pregnant and gives birth to the Warlock, allowing Satan to conceive a son in the form...
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