Inspired by a scene in the Christian novel "Left Behind", in which a video created years before by a pastor explains why millions of Christians have seemingly vanished. The video is presented as an actual production of the fictional Pastor Vernon Billings and the New Hope Village Church. There is no title screen, and the actor portraying Billings is not credited. See more »
Pastor Vernon Billings:
Hello. My name's Vernon Billings, and I'm pastor of the New Hope Village Church of Mount Prospect, Illinois. As you watch this tape, I can only imagine the fear and the despair that you face. For this is being recorded for viewing only after the disappearance of God's people from the earth. The fact that you are watching indicates that you have been left behind.
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A production of New Hope Village Church Mt. Prospect, Illinois Vernon Billings, Pastor (The church and Billings are fictional.) See more »
This is pure drivel, catering NOT to Christians, but only to the absolute LUNATIC FRINGE.
Ridiculous, on every level, from it's misguided theology and half-baked eschatology to it's high school level script, ponderous acting, amateurish direction, lighting, audio and cinematography. The only good thing about this movie is it's length. Short enough for concerned Christians to critique in classes about heresy and also short enough for atheists, agnostics and non-believers to get a good laugh.
REAL Christans won't find this movie enlightening. It has absolutely NO theological value and is an embarrassment. This movie very rightly causes derision by agnostics, atheists and non-believers because it is so incredibly bogus. This is the "Reefer Madness" of the End of Times
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