A terminally ill archaeologist attempts to cure his cancer by retrieving the ancient amulets of the storm god Ba'al.

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Helm
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Carol (as Stefanie Von Pfetten)
Scott Hylands ...
Stanford
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Risko
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Kittrick
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McCulloch
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Pena
Troy Skog ...
Miller
Johnny Cantiveros ...
Kaleel
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Shariff
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Sergeant
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Mark McConchie ...
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Malik McCall ...
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Scott J. Ateah ...
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A terminally ill archaeologist attempts to cure his cancer by retrieving the ancient amulets of the storm god Ba'al.

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There'll be hell to pay.


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Rated PG-13 for some violence | See all certifications »
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13 September 2008 (USA)  »

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Ba'al: The Storm God  »

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Trivia

The storm god featured in, and also the title of, the movie Ba'al shares the name of a character who played a recurring villainous alien from the series Stargate: SG-1, which Lexa Doig, who plays Dr. Marta Pena, was a recurring cast member of in the last two seasons of the series' run. See more »

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Almost at the one hour mark, a sign is shown that reads, "You are now enterng the Utah test site", the word 'enterng' being misspelled. See more »

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Good film. Not Great, but Good.
26 May 2011 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Don't listen to morons who reference pseudo history. It was a good effort, and those idiots who whine about wrong uniforms, and bad acting, have never made a film and don't know what they're talking about. Will this film win any awards... no. But bigger budgets, bigger names, and bigger producers have made much worse films.

Also, if you're going to get into history, some of the scrolls were written in Greek as well as Aramiac (Canaanite languages such as Phoenician) but remember you're watching a MOVIE!!! Meant to entertain and pass the time. Buttheads who sit with their history books open to pick fault with such trivial things is asinine.


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