Warlock: The Armageddon

MPAA Rating: R

Entertainment: +1

Content: -4

The demon Warlock (Julian Sands) is born to a possessor of the "birth" stone during a lunar eclipse. His mission is to collect six stones, guarded and used by druids (wizards) to prevent Satan's release from Hell. If the stones are gathered, only light can prevent the release of Satan. The druids are called "God's guardians of the earth." Warlock performs graphic atrocities, such as eating a small dog, dropping a fashion model through a skylight, impaling a female dwarf, ripping the hair off a female hitchhiker and crucifying a woman upside down in front of the church. A druid warrior shoots his son, then resurrects him and a girl druid also "dies" by stabbing herself in front of her father. Two female models stop to kiss on a fashion runway. Warlock asks, "how can you believe in a God who can't control his creation?", implying God is not in control. Although good wins over evil, it's better to let the Light shine in your life and avoid this dark movie.

Preview Reviewer: Paul Bicking
Distributor:
Trimark Pictures, 2644 30th St., Santa Monica, CA 90405

Summary
The following categories contain objective listings of film content which contribute to the subjective numeric Content ratings posted to the left and on the Home page.

Crude Language: Many (15) times - Mild 11, Moderate 4

Obscene Language: Many (13) times - F-word 4, s-word 4, others 5

Profanity: None

Violence: Many times - Severe (stabbings, woman gives birth to demon, dog eaten, stomach burned, woman dropped through skylight, impalings, woman's hair ripped off, mutilation, blood spurts, body in flames, crucifixion, arms amputated

Sex: Implied once (no nudity)

Nudity: Brief breast nudity and bare buttocks

Sexual Dialogue/Gesture: Once (suggestive caress)

Drugs: None

Other: Preacher is a druid, magical healings/resurrections, Druids seen as God's servants, demon possession/demon birth, druid chants/spells

Running Time:
Intended Audience: Adults


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