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Stonehenge Apocalypse (2010)

PG-13 | | Sci-Fi | TV Movie 12 June 2010
When a group of archaeologists dig up a human skeleton near the historical monument of STONEHENGE, an ancient piece of machinery hidden beneath the bedrock is discovered. Not knowing what ... See full summary »

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When a group of archaeologists dig up a human skeleton near the historical monument of STONEHENGE, an ancient piece of machinery hidden beneath the bedrock is discovered. Not knowing what it could be the workers accidentally trigger the mechanism and start a chain of events that may very well end the world as we know it. Written by Anonymous

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A version of the word "electromagnetic" is said 26 times throughout the movie. See more »

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The British use a U.S. B-1 bomber to deliver their nuclear weapon. The RAF does not operate this type of aircraft and has its own airplanes which are quite capable of delivering nuclear bombs. See more »

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Jacob Glaser: It was a robot head!
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SyFy nonsense with a British slant
11 April 2015 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

STONEHENGE APOCALYPSE sees those hacks at the SyFy Channel turn their attentions to the UK with a disaster story set around the titular archaeological site. Turns out there's an ancient, alien machine buried deep beneath the stones, a machine which might well spell disaster for mankind.

What this all boils down to is the usual doomsday-disaster stuff, with lots of science types running around and panicking and military types barking gruff orders. Inevitably there are some human villains in this one who need neutralising, although the heroes are on to a good thing with HOLBY CITY actor Peter Wingfield headlining the cast as the crusading doctor.

Wingfield is a lot better than this production deserves and to be fair it's pretty bad by genre standards, and about normal for SyFy standards. The Canadian locations look nothing like Britain and the CGI effects are pretty horrendous, but you could do worse as a time filler.


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