Season of the Witch


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Oh, Season of the Witch is awful. It really is. The Dominic Sena-directed horror fantasy is a clunky, overwrought piece of trash set against the Crusades and the Black Plague. Nicolas Cage and Ron Perlman (who, sadly, turns in some of his shittiest work in his relatively unimpeachable career) play characters named Behmen and Felson, respectively. When you put those names together, it sounds like a hokey comedy duo from the 1930s, but actually, Behmen and Felson are a couple knights--and BFFs!--during the Crusades, as demonstrated by the film's interminable opening sequence, in which we watch them dive into battle again, and again, and again, and again. (It looks like they just reused the same footage and simply changed the green-screen backdrop. Look, now they're fighting in snow! Now they're in the desert! Now they're fighting on the forest moon of Endor!) by Ned Lannamann
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Dominic Sena
Nicolas Cage, Ron Perlman, Stephen Campbell Moore