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Complete with2 certificate of authenticity one from Premiere Props & one from Steve Johnsonshown above.Lord of Illusions is a 1995 American horror film written and directed by Clive Barker, based on his earlier short story, The Last Illusion (from Books of Blood Vol. 6). The film presents Barker's signature character Harry D'Amour onscreen for the first time. It stars Scott Bakula as D'Amour, alongside Kevin J. O'Connor, Famke Janssen and Daniel von Bargen.Barker asserts that the director's cut of this film is his definitive version, as the theatrical release does not represent his true vision.PlotIn the Mojave Desert in 1982, a man named Nix (von Bargen) has gathered a cult in an isolated house. Nix calls himself "The Puritan" and has the ability to use real magic. He plans to sacrifice a young girl that he has kidnapped. While he is preaching to his followers, a group of former cult members–Swann (O'Connor), Pimm (Traylor), Quaid (Latimore) and Jennifer Desiderio (Tousey)–arrive to stop Nix. After the initial confrontation with the cultists, Nix's assistant Butterfield escapes and Swann is attacked by Nix. Nix uses his powers, inducing in Swann the vision of “Flesh with a God's Eyes", causing him see his friends as monstrous figures. The kidnapped girl shoots Nix through the heart with Swann's gun. Quaid and Jennifer shoot him until he falls. Swann snaps out of his vision and fastens an ironwork mask over Nix's head. Nix thrashes violently for a few moments and appears to die. Swann declares that they will bury him so deep that no one will ever find him.Thirteen years later, New York City private detective Harry D'Amour (Bakula) is investigating an insurance fraud case in Los Angeles. D'Amour has a long-standing interest in the occult, and has some renown from his involvement with a recent exorcism. During the investigation, D'Amour discovers a fortune teller shop owned by Quaid, where he is relentlessly attacked by a bald man with unusual strength. After finally killing his attacker, D'Amour finds Quaid suffering from multiple stab wounds. As he dies, Quaid warns D'Amour that “The Puritan” is coming. D'Amour reports the incident to the police, but they can't find the bald man's body.Swann, now a famous stage illusionist, lives in a Beverly Hills mansion with his wife, Dorothea (Janssen). Swann informs Dorothea that Nix's followers have murdered Quaid. Dorothea suggests they hire D'Amour to investigate the murder. Swann's assistant, Valentin (Swetow), collects D'Amour, informing D'Amour that Swann is a performer, not a "real" magician. They attend Quaid's funeral, where D'Amour is introduced to Dorothea. D'Amour agrees to work for her and she invites him to Swann's magic show. Butterfield and the bald man are in the audience. Swann performs a new death-defying illusion, but it goes wrong and he is killed on stage. D'Amour investigates the accident backstage, and is attacked by Butterfield and the bald man. D'Amour impales the bald man on a prop.D'Amour goes to The Magic Castle, where he meets Billy Inferno, another illusionist. Inferno has heard of Nix described as a legend, but he believes that Nix taught Swann to use real magic. D'Amour questions Dorothea, but she denies ever having heard the name "Nix". D'Amour learns that Jennifer Desiderio is now institutionalized. D'Amour visits her and sees that she is irrevocably insane. When he mentions Swann, she becomes violently agitated and screams warnings about Nix and "The Puritan". She flees into the street where she is hit and killed by a car. D'Amour enlists Inferno's help to get into The Repository, a special room in the Castle that supposedly contains every magic secret known to man. After perusing the books there, D'Amour learns more about Nix and confirms that Swann's "illusions" involved real magic.D'Amour questions Dorothea again. She reveals that she was the girl that Nix kidnapped, and that she married Swann because she felt she owed her life to him. Dorothea and D'Amour make love. Afterwards he is attacked by a man engulfed in fire. D'Amour suspects that the attack was Swann's attempt at revenge, so he opens his coffin and finds that the body inside is fake. Valentin explains that he helped Swann fake his death. D'Amour agrees to allow Valentin and Dorothea's ruse to continue. D'Amour spots Swann in disguise at his own funeral and follows him. Swann, who knows about their tryst, attacks D'Amour again with magic. D'Amour convinces Swann to help him put an end to Nix's cult.Butterfield attacks Valentin and kidnaps Dorothea. Butterfield uses Dorothea as a hostage to force Valentin to recover Nix's body. Butterfield takes the corpse back to the old house in the desert. There, the other cultists have already gathered to bring about Nix's resurrection. Butterfield removes the iron mask and Nix regains consciousness. Swann and D'Amour, acting on information given by the dying Valentin, arrive. Butterfield attacks D'Amour. Swann attacks Butterfield and tells D'Amour to rescue Dorothea. Nix, instructing his followers to prepare to receive his wisdom, opens a hole in the ground beneath him and Dorothea and turns the earth to quick sand that swallows the cultists. He declares that only Swann is worthy of receiving his knowledge.D'Amour finds Nix and Dorothea just as Nix is dropping her into the hole. D'Amour rescues Dorothea. As they flee, D'Amour and Dorothea are attacked by Butterfield. D'Amour kills him. Swann agrees to act as Nix's disciple in an effort to stall for time. Nix sees through the ruse and attacks Swann with magic. Nix invokes "Flesh with a God's Eyes" on D'Amour. Dorothea shakes him back to consciousness. She finds D'Amour's gun and shoots Nix in the head. Nix uses his powers to fling Dorothea aside, and then begins to transform into a hideous creature. Swann uses magic to help D'Amour deliver a final blow to Nix. Nix is distracted and falls into the hole, now filled with lava. Dorothea holds Swann in her arms as he succumbs to his injuries. D'Amour sees that Nix, hideously injured but alive, is summoning a whirlwind. The whirlwind seals the hole. Dorothea and D'Amour escape the house and walk into the desert.J. Trevor Edmond (born September 28, 1969) is an American actor appearing in film and television.BiographyEdmond was born Jerome Trevor Edmond in Encino, California. Edmond's recent role in television is appearing in Pacific Palisades taking the role of Michael Kerris. Edmond has also made appearances in Beverly Hills, 90210, CBS Schoolbreak Special, ABC Afterschool Special, Dead at 21, The Good Life, Silk Stalkings, Matlock, and Alien Nation. Also Edmond has made appearances in films such as Meatballs 4, Return of the Living Dead 3, Where Are My Children?, Pumpkinhead II: Blood Wings, and Guinevere.Edmond was featured in the Return of the Living Dead documentary, More Brains! The Return to the Living Dead, released on October 2011.