“He came from the past to destroy the future” says the cover of Warlock which was the first of two Warlock movies we Twitflixed Wednesday night. Many scoffed at the idea of a he-witch and others just tuned in to see Julian Sands’s flowing blond hair. Regardless why they came to watch the die-hard Twitflixers showed up in force and we even attracted a couple new souls.
Warlock 1 starts back in the golden magic using days with Julian Sands being persecuted by those not found of the dark arts. We see the blond bomb in bondage and what I noticed most was that if you need to subdue a man-witch (mmm sloppy joes) you gotta use the very special big toe clamps. But their efforts are in vain because the warlock escapes to the future to share his brand of special evil with those in 1989 but he is not alone… A fur wearing mullet sporting foe has followed close behind to bring the evil doer back to past justice. All in all a pretty decent flick, specially by Twitflix standards.
Here are a few of the spectacular tweets from Warlock 1
Warlock 2- The Armageddon is the second part in a three-part series that would have been just fine being left with just the first one. Julian Sands is sporting a more modern hair cut loosing his 80′s flowing blond flair. This film was a bit different from the first with a much brighter color palate and the hero being some puberty stricken kid whom discovers he too has magical powers. Warlock travels around collecting these power stones and blah blah blah I have already lost interest just talking about it. The best part of the film was the Twitflixers that participated and that is all that really matters to me.
Here are a few of the tweets from Warlock: The Armageddon
The wraps up The Warlock Twitflix night. Sunday 3-04-2012 is @CM_MattD’s night dubbed Tim Kincaid Night and we are watching Breeders and Mutant hunt starting at 8:30pm EST. Here are the trailers for the movies.
Mutant Hunt Trailer