Syfy Channel’s Stonehenge Apocalypse – A Review of Sorts

by on June 13, 2010

in Entertainment

Stonehenge Apocalypse Movie on Syfy Channel

Stonehenge Apocalypse Movie on Syfy Channel

The Syfy Channel aired the Misha Collins‘ starrer, Stonehenge Apocalypse on June 12th for their Syfy Orignal Movie on Saturday night.

In a word, it wasn’t that bad and I found it entertaining to endure.

The other week my TV movie scale was completely readjusted by The Princess of Mars. With that said, coming into Stonehenge Apocalypse, I found myself watching actors from various shows I’ve enjoyed in the past.

  • Misha Collins (Supernatural, Girl, Interrupted),
  • Hill Harper (The doc from CSI:NY)
  • Torri Higginson (Stargate Atlantis)
  • Peter Wingfield (Highlander TV Series, Holby City)
  • Adrian Holmes (Smallville)
  • Brent Stait (Andromeda)

Misha Collins in Stonehenge Apocalypse TwitPic Image

Misha Collins posing with the bad good guys

Misha played Jacob, a fringe conspiracy investigator who was continually mis-understood. Harper played Leshem, a fellow scientist, who turns out to be a crazy man. Meanwhile, Torri Higginson played a govt. backed scientist with a really bad accent. Wingfield was the ever pragmatic government guy.

The story goes with the ancient Stonehenge monument getting activated by Leshem, and it turns out to be a terraform device that starts activating different historical landmarks around the world,the purpose, to wipe out all life on Earth.

Misha Collins on the set of STONEHENGE APOCALYSPE for Syfy

As far as a Syfy Saturday Night Original movies go, there was what  I a smooth flow of plot development, things made sense, and story developments occurred in what felt like a natural progression.

The acting didn’t hurt to watch and it was nice to see some familiar faces in a movie cast.

If you come across this Syfy movie, Stonehenge Apocalypse, starring Misha Collins, you won’t be super impressed, but it’s a great time killer that you won’t regret watching.

Bonus link:  Misha Collins Twitpic account.

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