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Warlock II: The Armageddon

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1999
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98 min
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Warlock II: The Armageddon, On Demand Movie, Horror DigitalMovies, Fantasy

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Plot: He's back and meaner than ever! Satan's only son, the "Warlock" (Julian Sands) is plotting even greater mayhem in this spine tingling, pulse pounding shocker! The Warlock's single goal is to free his father from the fiery chains that imprison him and unleash Satan's wrath upon the world. The only ones who can prevent complete world destruction are two warriors (Chris Young and Paula Marshall)- who alone possess the supernatural powers to challenge the Warlock and stop the inevitable Armageddon. They must outsmart and defeat the Warlock before the prophesied eclipse, sending Satan and his son back to Hell.
Rated R by the Motion Picture Association of America.

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