Yes, I feel it deserves all-caps, okay?
This stars Misha Collins (who I find deeply charming) as a hotter Art Bell, and That Chick From Stargate: Atlantis, basically playing That Character From Stargate: Atlantis, only without Stargate's painfully convoluted alien galacto-political backstory.
Digression: I watched the first episode of Stargate Universe on Netflix, and found it to be thoroughly Meh, despite my desire to enjoy it. I like things in the "Lost in Space" genre (like Farscape) so I had hopes for SGU, but it bored me. The truth is that I feel Meh about every entry in the Stargate franchise, with the exception of the original movie, which had an Edgar Rice Burroughs-y charm. Sometimes I catch episodes from the early years of Stargate: Original Flavor, and they're more enjoyable because they're more monster-of-the-week focused, but generally, I can't sit through a single one even though I find Richard Dean Anderson kind of hilarious. To me, the desire to give the Stargate franchise some kind of epic scope was precisely what dragged it down and made it dead boring, not to mention creating barriers to entry. It couldn't attract new viewers over time, because unless you knew the whole story with the Ori and the Ancients and the ascended Asgardian whatever-whatevers, there was nothing, on a weekly basis, to keep you watching.
Anyway. Back to STONEHENGE APOCALYPSE, where there's electromagnetic energy emerging from Stonehenge (a hilarious, tiny photoshopped Stonehenge), which is apparently firing off volcanoes all over the world. I love how often SyFy turns to the "MAGMA'S GONNA KILL US ALL" theory (see: Disaster Zone: Volcano in New York; Fire from Below; Magma: Volcanic Disaster; Megafault; Swamp Volcano).
Oh MAN, and in perusing the list of SyFy movies to find all the volcano ones, I discovered that I somehow missed a SyFy Channel Original Movie called MONGOLIAN DEATH WORM. Unfortunately, it is disc-only on Netflix, SIGH.