Movie – Misha Collins On Stonehenge Apocalypse

An ancient ‘prophecy’ comes to pass when archeologists unearth an Egyptian chamber in England, sparking a devastating electromagnetic pulse that originates at a half-sized plastic copy of ‘Stonehenge’ (seemingly situated in convenient but non-existent woodland, and relocated on scientists’ maps to the outskirts of Liverpool) and sends destructive shockwaves around the globe. When the supposedly Aztec pyramids (Yucatan’s pyramids are actually Mayan) crumble and the stones take on a life of their own, a renegade radio host, a team of scientists, and a team of British commandos (oddly dressed as members of the Parachute Regiment, and led by a man addressed as ‘Major’ whose shoulder insignia indicate the rank of a captain in the Irish Guards) race to prevent the same ‘force’ responsible for creating life on Earth from cleansing the planet in order to herald the dawn of a new age[1] Meanwhile, in Maine, another team discovers a mysterious ‘Egyptian’ chamber at a depth of 10,000 feet below ground – 2,500 feet deeper than any shaft ever bored to this day.

Role: Jacob

  • Production Year: 2010
  • Original Release: 5 February 2011
  • Running Time: 1h 30min
  • Country of origin: Canada
  • Genres: Sci-Fi
  • Produced By: Paul Ziller
  • Writing by: Brad Abraham and Paul Ziller
  • Music By: Michael Neilson
  • Co-Stars: Torri Higginson, Peter Wingfield, Hill Harper
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