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Apocalypse: Caught in the Eye of the Storm (1998)

Apocalypse (original title)
PG | | Drama, Thriller | Video
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Two news broadcasters, through investigation, find that they were left behind after the biblical rapture.

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Leigh Lewis ...
Richard Nester ...
Bronson Pearl
Sam Bornstein ...
David Roddis ...
Len Parker
David Wand ...
Agent Domi
Toni Carey ...
Grandma
Michael Halkusis ...
General Alizar
Rexella Van Impe ...
Herself
Jack Van Impe ...
Himself (as Dr. Jack Van Impe)
Mel Prout ...
Jim
Maria Lianos ...
Janet Shutt / Voice Over
Tara Goudrea ...
Suzette
Leanne Scott ...
Eve
Paris Bonsu ...
Steve
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Kerry
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Bronson Pearl and Helen Hannah are two news broadcasters who are covering the impending war in Israel. Yet, suddenly millions of people disappear, then a new leader performs an incredible miracle. These are astounding media events. Helen soon comes to the realization that these times are fulfilling biblical prophesy... and she was left behind. Written by Cindy Holden

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A man and a woman, caught in the eye of the storm...

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Rated PG for violence and thematic material
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Peter Gerretsen's final film before he passed away of lung cancer on August 16, 2005. See more »

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Franco Macalusso is the Antichrist. He sometimes wears glasses. This would not occur in reality because the Antichrist is Satan... a fallen angel, and he cannot be killed. Therefore, he would not need glasses to correct his vision. See more »

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Suzette: [about Bronson] He'll be allright, Helen, Jim and I have our whole church praying for him.
Helen Hannah: Thanks, Suzie, looks like we can use all the help we can get.
Steve: I'm not a religious man myself but God help us all.
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Written and Performed by Twila Paris
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Delusion rhymes with......well, nothing.
27 March 2011 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Remember the line in Spinal Tap where he reads the newspaper review which their album "Shark Sandwich" received? This film is that, and so much more.

It's presumably easier to climb Mt. Everest, despite being asthmatic, then it would be to make a film so wretched and laughable that it warrants the euthanization of the producers.

I mean really, even with asthma, given enough rigorous and world-class training from the best climbers who've ever walked the earth, and herculean motivation, eventually you would reach a level of super-human climbing-excellence to where you would be able to ascend that mountain, and even look good doing it! And we'd cheer for you. Hey, you earned it! Well done, sport! But to create a film like this? That is truly a tall order. If you went out of your way to purposely make a film that fails on every level, you still wouldn't come close to this steaming pile.

A film so lacking in quality, and so lacking in anything even resembling professionalism on every level imaginable?? How is that possible? And then just when you think it couldn't get worse, add in a sprinkling of extreme religious zealously, a dash of delusional insanity, and then release it so that it might contaminate the minds of others, while rewarding those already inflicted with the delusional virus, and you have a recipe for a film which makes the lowliest of inept student films from learning-challenged 12 year olds seem masterful by comparison.

If there is such a thing as artistic hyper-incompetence, this film achieves it, and beats all the others by such a wide margin as to be worthy of remembrance in the centuries to come.

Film failure which necessitates capital punishment is rare.


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