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Template:Infobox Film Stonehenge Apocalypse is a 2010 made-for-TV science fiction movie starring Misha Collins, Torri Higginson and Peter Wingfield. The movie follows a series of deaths, natural disasters, and strange energy readings that seem to be mysteriously connected to Stonehenge.

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Jacob Glaser, disgraced award winning scientist and underground psuedo-science radio talk-show host, notices unusual spikes in the Earth's electromagnetic field which lead him to Stonehenge. Instead of behaving like every other ancient monolithic structure on Earth Stonehenge has begun to move independently, build up an electromagnetic charge and release enough energy to vaporise people within a certain radius. Jacob theorises that Stonehenge is actually at the centre of a massive ancient terraforming machine, but must convince the scientists and military on site of this before it is too late and all life on Earth is destroyed in a series of volcanoes which are connected to Stonehenge through the Earth's electromagnetic field. Meanwhile Joseph Lesham - of the somewhat ambiguous past connection to Jacob - is actively working towards Earth's destruction in hopes that his followers (cult) will survive the Apocalypse, waiting it out in a heretofore undiscovered pyramid in Maine, and become the progenitors of the next era of life on Earth. The conclusion is a race for possession of the device which controls both the pyramid in Maine and the electromagnetic terraforming machine at Stonehenge.

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Stonehenge Apocalypse drew 2.1 million viewers during its premiere. [1]

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ja:ストーンヘンジ・アポカリプス

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