Excerpt: Behmen and Felson are two crusaders. After countless battles they participate in the attack on a city where there’s little to no resistance and they are ordered to kill innocent women and children.
Excerpt: Behman (Nicolas Cage) and Felson (Ron Perlman) have walked a path lined with blood and death for a long while, battling those labeled as infidels by the church. There is little rest for them between blood soaked clashes, so this cycle of killing has taken an immense toll on them.
Conclusion: There is a lot that I didn’t like about Season of the Witch. It’s probably not a good thing that it kept reminding me of other better movies. Season of the Witch seems to have copied the look and feel from Van Helsing , the battle sequences of The Lord of the Rings , but utterly failed to become its...
Summary: One gets the impression that Sena attempts to do too much here. What starts as a simple witchcraft film ends up turning into a demonic climax that is far too much sub-par computer-generated imagery and far too little of the character potential that the film has set up.
Excerpt: Nicolas Cage and Ron Perlman star in this supernatural action adventure about a heroic crusader and his closest friend who return home after decades of fierce fighting, only to find their world destroyed by the Plague.
Excerpt: The Movie It's the 14th Century and, weary of the wholesale slaughter of The Crusades and haunted by his actions, a brave knight (Nicolas Cage) and his comrade (Ron Perlman) return home to find their country ravaged by The Black Plague.
Excerpt: Season of the Witch takes us to the Crusades, where two kooky knights trade banter as they attempt to take a witch to some holy ground to cure the plague. Exciting if done right, especially so when you’re letting Nicholas Cage be Cage and Ron Pearlman be Pearlman.
Conclusion: As I stated in the main body of this review, I actually was rather fond of Van Helsing , a film which bears a certain stylistic resemblance to this one, so I was more than willing to give Season of the Witch a fair shot, and truth be told, I probably didn't find it as outright hideous as many others...