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497e39180f An order of Druids train their children to battle an evil Warlock determined to unleash Satan upon the world by bringing a collection of six mystic rune stones together.
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.
It had been years since I had watched this film, but watching it recently, I was reminded of how much I enjoyed this sequel to the original warlock. The characters weren&#39;t near as annoying as that girl who lost her bracelet in the original, and the Warlock was actually given some pretty cool lines and parts. I don&#39;t know, maybe it was the plot, but the Warlock just seemed so much more evil in the sequel. Is it cheesey? Yes, because the early nineties were a cheesey time, but sometimes it&#39;s fun to look back at the past and smile.<br/><br/>If you like cheap, cheesey horror films, this one might make you grin.
A supremely wicked and powerful warlock (Julian Sands in peak sinister and sardonic form) gets reborn and plans on unleashing Satan&#39;s wrath upon the world. Two virtuous teenagers blessed with supernatural abilities have to stop the warlock before it&#39;s too late. Director Anthony Hickox, working from a grim and harsh script by Kevin Rock and Sam Bernard, handles the extremely macabre subject matter with real flair and style: Hickox relates the twisted story at a constant brisk pace, sustains a properly dark and ominous mood throughout, and tackles the grisly gore set pieces with lip-smacking nasty brio (gruesome highlights include the warlock&#39;s truly vile and revolting rebirth and the warlock ripping a woman&#39;s scalp off). Chris Young as the nice, reluctant Kenny Travis and the lovely Paula Marshall as the sweet Samantha Ellison make for engaging protagonists. The veteran cast of seasoned professional thespians helps a lot: R.G. Armstrong as the crusty Franks, Steve Kahan as Kenny&#39;s amiable dad Will, Bruce Glover as sensible priest Ted Ellison, Charles Hallahan as the foolhardy Ethan Larson, Joanna Pacula as snobby fashion designer Paula Dare, and David Gaines as obnoxious businessman Nathan Sinclair. Ferdy Mayne, Zach Gilligan, and George &quot;Buck&quot; Flower pop up in cool bit parts. The special effects are pretty gnarly, with the best moment occurring when the warlock turns Sinclair into a living piece of modern art. Another great scene happens when the warlock shoots two men with his fingers. The climactic battle between the forces of good and evil is lively and exciting. Mark McKenzie&#39;s spirited shuddery score hits the bull&#39;s eye. Ditto Gerry Lively&#39;s polished cinematography. An immensely enjoyable horror movie.

The studio that released this felt that not enough people saw the original one to justify it as a sequel. The other problem is that the first Warlock is a story that does not leave itself open for a sequel. If this were a true sequel, the Warlock would only have to utter gods name in reverse at the films beginning. The Warlock is the same warlock from the first film, but the two films are not canon. While the second part of the Warlock trilogy was directly released in it&#39;s unrated form, Trimark only released the slightly shorter R-Rated Version in the United States. T

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