Nicolas Cage and Ron Perlman star in a period fantasy adventure that doesn’t always hit all of the right beats, but provides a couple hours of fun all the same.
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Tomorrow sees the release of Season Of The Witch, merely the latest in an increasingly-long line of random Nic Cage movies of surprisingly low quality (See also Ghost Rider, The Sorcerer’s Apprentice, either of the National Treasure movies, and so on, and so on). Considering that we’ve seen proof that Cage is actually better than these movies, it’s worth asking: Why does he keep doing this to himself?
Nicolas Cage sat down with Spinoff Online to talk about his first role in 2011, a Crusades-era knight tasked with transporting a suspected witch to the priests who will judge her in Season of the Witch.
In an exclusive interview with Spinoff Online, the Season of the Witch actor reveals who he would have played in The Hobbit, where things are with At The Mountains Of Madness and an intriguing film noir that he co-wrote and hopes to star in before returning to shoot the next season of Sons of Anarchy.