- Actors: Julian Sands, Lori Singer, Chris Young, Bruce Payne
- Directors: Steve Miner, Anthony Hickox, Eric Freiser
- Format: DTS Surround Sound, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
- Language: English
- Subtitles: English, Spanish
- Region: Region A/1 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
- Number of discs: 2
- Rated: RestrictedR
- Studio: LIONSGATE
- DVD Release Date: July 25, 2017
- Run Time: 296 minutes
- Average Customer Review: 5 customer reviews
- ASIN: B072JB6WBX
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #160 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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NEW Vestron Video Collectors Edition packaging. 2-disc, 3-film set! All WARLOCK films in one package! Restored and remastered never before on Blu-ray. Packed with amazing special features for ALL THREE FILMS including audio commentaries, isolated score selections, interviews, TV spots, still galleries, making-of featurettes, and more!!!!
Disc 1 includes Audio commentary with director Steve Miner, isolated score selections featuring audio interview with author Jeff Bond, Satan's son - an interview with Julian Sands, The Devil's Work - an interview with Steve Miner, Effects Of Evil - an interview with make-up effects creator Carl Fullerton, theatrical trailer, teaser trailer, TV spots, behind the scenes footage, stills gallery, vintage interview with cast and crew, vintage featurette with Carl Fullerton and Neal Martz, vintage featurette with visual effects supervisors Patrick Read Johnson and Robert Habros, animation supervisor Mauro Maressa and matte artist Robert Scifo.
Disc 2 on Warlock The Armageddon includes audio commentary with director Anthony Hickox, theatrical trailer, TV spots, vintage making-of featurette, stills gallery, behind-the-scenes footage, extended vintage interview segments with Julian Sands, Anthony Hickox and Paula Marshall. Warlock III The End Of Innocence inlcudes trailer, video sales promo, behind-the-scenes footage, stills gallery and vintage interview segments with cast and crew! --Lionsgate
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it's 2 Disc set in clamshell case
Disc 1 has WARLOCK in new 1:85:1 1080p HD transfer with both 2.0 master stereo mix & 5.1 mix
new EXTRAS, amazing which is a first for this film
new length interviews with Julian sands, Steve miner & the special make effects team who did the warlock make up
tragically no new interviews with Lori singer or Richard e Grant i guess they Declined to be interviewed about the film
also new audio commentary with Steve miner
also included is the 1988 Vintage interview segments with the cast & crew promoting the film
also vintage interviews with special make up effects team and visual effects team also filmed back in 1988
both vintage interviews have been restored in HD quality
also the original trailer in HD, and TV spots, stills Photo Gallery
Disc 2 has both Armageddon and Warlock III on same Disc both have been given new 1080p HD transfers with 2.0 master stereo mixes
EXTRAS for Armageddon are
new audio commentary with Director Anthony Hickox, which is the only new extra actually
no new interview with actress Paula marshall or actor Steve Kahn, maybe they both declined to be interviewed
but included is making of featurette from 1991 with interviews with cast & crew, a promo featurette for the film
there's also interview outtakes from 1991 with Julian sands, Paula marshall, Anthony Hickox
and ofcourse the original trailer, TV spots, stills Gallery
Warlock III has vintage interviews with cast & crew plus original trailer, stills Gallery
time to scrap the old dvd versions that's for sure and buy this new warlock blu-ray collection
5 stars for it based on new & old extras & new HD transfers
The first Warlock takes place in 1691 Boston, Massachusetts. The infamous Warlock is sentenced to death via gallows by witch hunter, Giles Redferne for a number of evil atrocities including the bewitching of his bride to be. However, before Redferne can put a victory in the bag over The Warlock, Satan saves The Warlock, transporting him some 300 years into the future in 1988 Los Angeles.
Once in the future, The Warlock is given the task of continuing his dastardly work by retrieving three parts of the Devil's Book that will reveal God's real name. Once he puts all 3 parts of the book together and says God's real name aloud, he will bring about Armageddon and ultimately destroy humanity. However, The Warlock doesn't count on Redferne following into the same time traveling portal.
Now in 1980s L.A, Redferne enlists the aid of a young diner waitress, Kassandra who seems reluctant to help and would much rather be left alone. Can Redferne manage to convince the stubborn diner waitress to help him defeat The Warlock or will The Warlock succeed in his devilish plans to send the world up in flames?
Warlock 2 takes place years later in 1993 and Warlock is up to his demented games once again. Once every millennium, Druids have used six mystical rune stones that create light in order to prevent Satan's son from being brought into the world to unleash mayhem. A random but beautiful woman, in possession of one of the stones is attacked and forcefully impregnated by an unseen spirit. Her belly practically grows to watermelon size and she shortly after goes on to give birth to a Warlock in a weird, slimy, and disturbing scene.
Upon his rebirth, the Warlock is given 6 days to collect the 6 six stones, dispersed across the country that will unleash Satan on earth on the eclipse of the 6th night. Elsewhere in Los Angeles is high school couple, Kenny and his beauty of a girlfriend, Samantha are having relationship issues and often face criticism due to their difference in religion/spiritual beliefs. Kenny was born and raised in a family of druids and is on the horizon of becoming a Druid Warrior. Samantha on the other hand is raised by her father who is a Catholic priest and tries to sway from her Druid roots that exist in the family.
Our would-be Romeo and Juliet couple seem to have something the Warlock is looking for. And as the Warlock leaves a bloody wake of destruction in his path and nears closer and closer towards Samantha and Kenny, the 2 will have to come together and fully embrace their psychic powers to defeat the Warlock and prevent him from allowing Satan access to earth.
The third and final film in this series takes place in 1999. Unlike the first 2, the Warlock this time is portrayed by Bruce Payne and the story itself is completely unrelatable to the first 2 films. College student and aspiring artist, Kris Miller receives a phone call one morning from a historian informing her that she has inherited an ancient family house that's been standing for centuries. She visits the home, accompanied by her boyfriend, Michael and her friends Jerry; Scott; Lisa; and Robin to retrieve some heirlooms before it's torn down for construction.
Not long into her stay, she's frightened by supernatural noises as well as visions and dreams of a strange doll. Then suddenly, they're visited by the somewhat charming Warlock, posing as an architect interested in the house, with his own personal, demonic agenda. The Warlock has a big interest in Kris' bloodline, relating to his own history and through it all will prey on Kris' friends and manipulate them through the most evil ways imaginable to get to Kris.
Overall: If you don't already own the Warlock movies on DVD, I highly recommend grabbing this one. Warlock is a trilogy that manages to do well with sequels--because as we all know, for some reason, many sequels don't do that great in the horror genre. Many people tend to rag on Warlock 3: The End of Innocence merely because Bruce Payne takes Julian's spot but Payne is actually very good at being a manipulative, demonic creep--more so than Julian in a way. Aside from the End of Innocence, the Warlock series is more of a dramatic/thriller type of horror kind of series so you won't find very many jump scares throughout. Again, I highly recommend putting this one in your collection. The acting is superb, the plots for each film are uniquely captivating, and some of the kill scenes in each are creative in their own right. If you happen to already own the Warlock films on DVD, I still suggest getting this merely for the extras and bonus features that come packed on this Blu-Ray set that were not featured on the original DVD sets
“Warlock: The Armageddon” (1993) features the return of the evil warlock (again played by Sands), who kills, mutilates, and destroys one person after another on a quest for a set of six magical rune stones needed to summon the Devil to Earth. However, a group of powerful druids have become aware of the sinister plan and must defeat the warlock to prevent Armageddon. Production values are improved over the first film, and there are impressive special effects and lots of blood and gore.
In “Warlock III: The End of Innocence” (1999), a woman discovers that she has inherited a spooky old mansion. While on a trip to check out her new property with a group of her friends, they meet a previous “tenant” — one who has sinister plans in store for them. Bruce Payne plays the warlock in this, the weakest of the three films. Originality is shunted aside in favor of the predictable — several young people are thrown together in a creepy house, only to be knocked off one by one.
Bonus materials on the 2-disc Blu-ray release include director’s audio commentary, behind-the-scenes footage, interview with Julian Sands, vintage interviews with casts and crews, theatrical trailers, stills gallery, making-of featurette, and an examination of the film’s special effects,