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Reaction: Stonehenge Apocalypse
Since I can't see this with my friends like I was hoping, here, in case anyone's interested, is my bunch of random referenceless reactions for Misha Collins' recent movie, Stonehenge Apocalypse.

Spoilers for the movie. No screencaps, very scrambled, and I've only seen it once. I don't even remember what half of this stuff is referring to anymore. :-P

Stonehenge Apocalypse Random Notes.

-Hey, it's that guy from CSI:NY!

-Yeah. Self-magnetising ahnk-keys. Never a good sign.

-Seriously, why does it look like styrofoam? Oh, wait...

-Whups, the ground's shaking at Stonehenge. I blame Torchwood.

-BWHAHAHAHAHAHAAHAHAH !!! THEY'RE OGRI!!! BEWARE THE STONES OF BLOOD! Heh, naw. But that would have been cool.

-Oh yay! Tesla plinths! \o/

-The earth's energy grid. Uh hunh. If you mean ley lines, dearie, call them ley lines. *pats*

-Heeee. Misha's character's nifty.

-ROBOT HEAD!!! \o/

-"Picture hung crooked." Hm...

-Soldiers at Stonehenge. If they're in red UNIT caps, I'm gonna squee so damn loud!

-Fakest news websites ever.

-OMG, the writing. *rofl*

-Being a crackpot pays well, I see. Last minute impulse flights to the UK aren't cheap.

-C'mooooon UNIT! Nope, black caps. DAMN!!!


-That audio is nothing like the wave on the screen.

-Nuclear test. Yeah. At Stonehenge. Nobody's that stupid.


-Yeah, sure, like the gang in hazmat suits wouldn't have their own EMF detectors.

-It's probably a good thing that there aren't a whole lot of British accents around in this UK-est of UK settings or I'd be waiting for Torchwood or the Doctor to show up even more than I already am. And I really really really am.

-OH COOL the pyramid's a Transformer! No, wait, it's just blowing up. Darn.

-"Get a UNIT out there." Those caps were totally in the script. *nods*

-Pattern reducing itself, eh? And it's counting down to something. Not like Independence Day at all there, then?

-Oooo.... Cthulhu?

-Ah, Methos is the dick adversarial scientist. *nods*

-Yeah. Bombard it with energy, see where that gets you. *foom*

-Oh well, this is the head army guy, not the guy from UNIT. And he's still quoting Independence Day.

-Awful lot of Americans running around here.

-Oh yeah. Blow it up. This will go well. :-P

-Hey, that's the sign of the Light! Hah!

-"It's an honour to meet you Mr. Glaser." Faaaaaaaaan booooooooooy!

-"They're identical." Not like that's hard. That symbol is freaking everywhere. A few religions also use it and I know there's at least one office supply company that does too.

-"It was a robot head." Hee!

-Transformers again!

-"This requires a global military response." UNIT! UNIT! UNIT! *chants and fist-pumps*

-"The planet's being terraformed." *facepalm* Earth can't be terraformed! It IS Terra!! Oh noes! The volcanoes are making the planet more Earth-like! Gaaaaah. *headdesk*

-Oh okay, so it is a bad thing then. I guess. Fair enough. Maybe.

-Yeah. Randomize the signal. That'll help.

-Prettiest jamming signal ever.

-The fire exit sign is attached to the light switch there. That's useful.

-Energy grid. As I said before, if you mean ley lines, freaking say ley lines. I don't really think you need to worry too much about getting mysticism mixed up in your 'hard sci-fi'.

-Firefight in a museum. Oh yay. *facepalm* Luckily the museum seems to be restricted to a single room.

-Yeah. Make sure the woman hides. Like you're any more combat-cabable, Mr. Crackpot Physicist.

-Hahahah. Yeah. Reboot the world to get rid of the pollution. Nice thought.

-And no one even noticed the mayhem at the museum. At all. Or the gunshots. Or the- Aaaaaaugh. *headdesk*

-"What do the pyramids have to do with anything?" Yeesh. Someone hasn't been paying attention.

-Bye bye Giza. Hee! The pyramids went all Stargate there.

-Oh god, the accents. *facepalm*

-Yay, it's a cult! \o/

-Ya know, crackpot-physicist-boy made the map, and had a friend who was digging the thing up, you'd think he'd have a better idea of where the buried secret underground mystical pyramid in Random Location America was.

-Yeah. Grenade. That'll help. It did. Wow. Definitely not UNIT then. Much as they love their grenades, they usually weren't terribly effective.

-Oh that's not good....

-Yep, fanboy scientist is the leak.

-Misha + Jeep = Wheeeeeeeeeeeee!

-Missing a few ley lines on the display there. Problems with the north polar ones connecting. Frozen? Or thawing?

-"He's got a gun!" Yeah, that gutshot didn't impede him a whole hell of a lot.

-This. Script. Needs. A Beta.

-Pft. Like he'd ever hit at that range and speed.

-Yeah, forgot about the EMF, didn't ya?

-Oh shit.


-They are standing way too close to a possible nuke zone. Radiation is kind of rough to out-run.

-Ha! Cute.

-And of course the crackpot physicist immediately fell through the rift in Cardiff half a dimension over and joined up with Torchwood. YOU KNOW IT TOTALLY HAPPENED!!!!

*shrug* That's all there was. As I said, referenceless and random. :-P

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ravenrants From: ravenrants Date: July 2nd, 2010 04:36 am (UTC) (Link)
...okay, I need to find this somewhere. You had me at the Stones of Blood reference.
caffienekitty From: caffienekitty Date: July 2nd, 2010 04:46 am (UTC) (Link)
It's not an overt reference, more of an 'if you see it, it's there' reference, along with all the other Doctor Who stuff.
ravenrants From: ravenrants Date: July 2nd, 2010 05:54 am (UTC) (Link)
Well, now that you've prepped me, I'll certainly see all that and more.

caffienekitty From: caffienekitty Date: July 2nd, 2010 06:03 am (UTC) (Link)
Then my work here is done. *whoosh!*
shadow_of_doubt From: shadow_of_doubt Date: July 2nd, 2010 03:19 pm (UTC) (Link)
I actually really liked this movie. It was entertaining in that cheesy kind of way.
caffienekitty From: caffienekitty Date: July 2nd, 2010 04:57 pm (UTC) (Link)
I really liked it too, for about the same reasons.
lurkingwombat From: lurkingwombat Date: July 2nd, 2010 04:55 pm (UTC) (Link)
So ya...we weren't sure when we could watch this as a group so some of us watched this last night. It was fun and bad. Just funny that you posted this now. Woo. great minds and the like :)
Lurking Wombat
caffienekitty From: caffienekitty Date: July 2nd, 2010 04:58 pm (UTC) (Link)
Yeah, ciaranbochna mentioned you were, so that's why I posted this.
lurkingwombat From: lurkingwombat Date: July 2nd, 2010 05:00 pm (UTC) (Link)
Also as ciaranbochna points out, you could do a drinking game based on the amount of times that they say "Electro-magnetic" or "EM". You would be plastered within 30 minutes. :)
caffienekitty From: caffienekitty Date: July 2nd, 2010 05:06 pm (UTC) (Link)
irismay42 From: irismay42 Date: July 2nd, 2010 05:42 pm (UTC) (Link)
It's probably a good thing the English accents were so incredibly baaaaaad because it took my mind off how incredibly AWFUL the whole movie was! Even Peter Wingfield's accent was dodgy and he IS English! But Brent Stait... Oh Scotty with the smile that can light up a room... You were so damn good as Rev Bem in Andromeda. Did you lose your mojo when they cut off your hair? So badly? Seriously, is that a scrubbing brush on the top of your head???

(On a side note, they're advertising the new Sherlock Holmes on the BBC at the moment. So I guess they do plan to show it.)
caffienekitty From: caffienekitty Date: July 2nd, 2010 07:16 pm (UTC) (Link)
I don't know what the budget was for this production, but they certainly saved a bundle on accent coaching. :-P

(On a side note, they're advertising the new Sherlock Holmes on the BBC at the moment. So I guess they do plan to show it.)

Yaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay! \o/

ciaranbochna From: ciaranbochna Date: July 3rd, 2010 01:33 am (UTC) (Link)
Good to know I wasn't the only one bugged by the ley lines reference. And Misha soooo joined Torchwood;) Robot head was brilliant, oh yes. I did wonder why the great military had no perimeter set up around Stonehenge, but hey we needed ninja-Misha so nevermind..lol They needed UNIT *nods* It was overall much fun to watch though.
caffienekitty From: caffienekitty Date: July 3rd, 2010 04:16 am (UTC) (Link)
I think they may have mentioned a perimeter at one point, but they kind of forgot about it. Maybe they figured since it's a bunch of rocks in the middle of a plain they could see anyone trying to get close.
shanachie_quill From: shanachie_quill Date: October 20th, 2015 07:12 pm (UTC) (Link)
I think I spent that entire moving laughing hysterically!

And Peter Wingfield (Methos) is Welsh... but yes, he can do a credible English accent (or should be able to) so it's kinda hysterical that he does SOOOO badly in that movie.
caffienekitty From: caffienekitty Date: October 21st, 2015 07:28 am (UTC) (Link)
It was a damn fine movie, really. Lots of fun.
shanachie_quill From: shanachie_quill Date: October 21st, 2015 11:49 am (UTC) (Link)
It really, really was! :-)
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