Warlock: The Armageddon (1993)

Did you know that Druids have stopped the rise of Satan’s son using six magical rune stones that create light to vanquish the darkness since, well, the beginning of everything? While the Druids perform a ritual upon a woman Satan has selected to be his concubine, Christians who feel their work is Satanic kill them and scatter their runestones. Way to go, Christians.

This was directed by Anthony Hickox, who made the criminally underrated Waxwork and Waxwork II. Julian Sands is back as the Warlock and he’s being challenged by the son of Druids, Kenny Travis, and the daughter of Christians, Samantha Ellison. Again, the Warlock is pretty much the star of the show, being born in one night in a virgin birth, then killing his mother, using her body to speak to Satan and turning her skin into a map. I mean, the dude is a party.

This movie also has a generous serving of character actors, like Steve Kahan, R.G. Armstrong, Charles Hallahan and Bruce Glover.

Supposedly, Frank LaLoggia (Fear No Evil, The Lady in White) was going to direct this movie, but was let go by the studio when his ideas proved to be too expensive.

You can watch this on Tubi.

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