Stonehenge Apocalypse

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Stonehenge Apocalypse
DVD cover
Written by Brad Abraham and Paul Ziller
Directed by Paul Ziller
Starring Misha Collins
Torri Higginson
Peter Wingfield
Theme music composer Michael Neilson
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
Producer(s) John Prince
Editor(s) Christopher A. Smith
Cinematography Anthony C. Metchie
Original channel SyFy
Original release
  • June 12, 2010 (2010-06-12)

Stonehenge Apocalypse is a 2010 made-for-TV American 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.


An ancient prophecy comes to pass when archeologists unearth an Egyptian chamber in Maine, sparking a devastating electromagnetic pulse that originates at Stonehenge and sends destructive shockwaves around the globe. When the Aztec pyramids 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 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]


  • Misha Collins as Dr. Jacob Glaser, a once-renowned astrophysicist, now written off as a crazed conspiracy theorist by most of the scientific community. He runs a radio show called "The Real Story" in which he discusses unexplained phenomena with his listeners.
  • Torri Higginson as Dr. Kaycee Leeds.
  • Peter Wingfield as Dr. John Trousdale.
  • Hill Harper as Dr. Joseph LeShem, a former friend and colleague of Dr. Glaser's.


Stonehenge Apocalypse drew 2.1 million viewers during its premiere.[2]


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