Action / Fantasy / Horror / Thriller

IMDb Rating 6.3 10 15003

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November 23, 2020 at 08:18 PM



Richard E. Grant as Redferne
Lori Singer as Kassandra
Julian Sands as Warlock
Anna Levine as Pastor's Wife
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949.09 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 43 min
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1.72 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 43 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by insomniac_rod 8 / 10

Cheesy but macabre.

In the 80's , Horror movies about the Devil were not very popular mainly because the slasher genre was at it's peek. "Warlock" has some slasher elements and it works perfectly for the movie. The sinister atmosphere is great and that's what makes it a creepy movie. The plot is macabre and devilish but the black humor makes it a whole different experience than the one you expect.

There's gore, violence, and my favorite element, the constant references to the Devil and the anti-Christ. Well, this movie is one of the best of it's kind and should be watched by people who enjoy the supernatural and devilish situations.

There are some cheesy scenes mainly because of the cheap f/x but are okay anyways. Oh and you gotta love Giles Redferne's Scottish accent. He is awesome in his character. His unintentionally funny scenes he tries to adapt to the new world although he's centuries past it.

The Warlock is simply menacing and with a cool attitude. He truly makes his presence to be menacing and evil when it's needed.

Kassandra may be too bland but she's perfect for the role. She's pretty, sexy, and delivers some interesting moments to the movie.

My favorite unintentionally funny quote:

Pastor: May I ask what your interest is in finding such a book?

Giles Redferne: Our interest lies in stopping those who would see all good falter. It lies in stopping the powers of misrule from coming of age. It lies in finding that damned book, and thwarting a vile beast of a man who shall not rest until God himself is thrown down, and all of creation becomes Satan's black hell besmeared farting hole!

Pastor: (Puts an awkward face like "what the f***?!)".

Kassandra: You asked.

"Warlock" is a macabre Horror movie with plenty of black humor and cheese for the please and that's why it deserves to be watched.

Reviewed by gooelf50 9 / 10

Warlock is Fun, Mystery, Drama and Supernatural. Just great

I rarely watch any thriller type movies that involve the supernatural and and sort of monster or witch. They all tend to have similar plots and fail to challenge the imagination. I only saw this movie because my wife and daughter had just tuned it in when I arrived home one day. I watched simply to spend some time with them and chat during commercial breaks. I was caught up in this story very quickly and remained glued to my seat until it was over. Basically a male witch, played by Julian Sands, who wishes to reverse creation by finding a long hidden biblical document, makes the leap from the 15th century to present day to search for it. He is pursued by an equally determined witch hunter, played by Richard Grant. The movie is comical one moment and bone chilling the next. It's well presented and thrilling from start to finish. The witch chaser pursues the warlock across country, with the assistance of a young lady who falls into the story, with the chase culminating in a Graveyard in a very old section of Boston. Lots of excitement, drama, comedy and horror along the way. A delight to watch.

Reviewed by BA_Harrison 6 / 10

A fun, rather than frightening, late-80s horror film.

An evil warlock (Julian Sands) travels from the 17th century to modern times, in search of the pages of the Grand Grimoire (the Devil's bible), which, when assembled together, will reveal God's true name and allow creation to be undone. Hot on his heels is a witch-hunter, Giles Redferne (Richard E. Grant), who enlists the help of Kassandra (Lori Singer), a pretty girl who has been cursed by the warlock (for every day that passes, she ages 20 years).

Written by David Twohy (Pitch Black) and directed by Steve Miner (Friday the 13th Part 2 and 3, House), Warlock is a fun, if unexceptional, slice of supernatural horror. Twohy has obviously done his homework and fills the script with interesting little snippets of witch lore: Redferne uses a witch compass to track his foe, uses salt as a weapon (witches hate the stuff) and creates a potion (from the boiled fat of a boy!) to enable him to fly. Miner's direction is similar in style to his earlier movie, House, with the emphasis on fun rather than fear. The film is workmanlike but not particularly memorable visually, and is unfortunately let down by some poor special effects.

Warlock is diverting enough entertainment while it lasts and worth checking out if you're a fan of all things 'witchy'. Just don't expect anything exceptional.

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