The Rapture has come and gone. In it's wake, a wasteland filled with desperate bandits. Josh McManus, a drifter with a knack for fighting, must find the mysterious "Shepherd" - a dangerous mission that will put his faith to the test.
David A.R. White,
The end has come, and a New World Order has arisen. Demi and Christen find themselves living in the apocalyptic era, foretold in the Holy Bible. Now three years already, since the inception of the New World Order.
Corrie and Betsie ten Boom are middle-aged sisters working in their father's watchmaker shop in pre-WWII Holland. Their uneventful lives are disrupted with the coming of the Nazis. ... See full summary »
James F. Collier
This movie was bad. Really bad. Even low budget films can be good, it just takes a good plot, writing, acting, camera work..... this movie has none.
The plot itself is what many christians believe is going to happen according to scripture. This movie is less for entertainment than for teaching young chrsitians what the bible says is going to happen and to scare them into following the bible. Christianity is a doomsday cult and this movie exemplifies that fact.
The McCoy's have many credits throughout the film, producer, director, writer, but they also are credited for casting, wardrobe, musical score (selection and composing), and other credits. I understand that a low budget would mean the creators of the movie would do many tasks themselves, but this goes a little further, is it a case of micromanagement? Had they tasked out some of the duties and focus on quality filmaking perhaps the movie would have been less of a stinker. Several other McCoy's are listed in the credit, definitely a family affair, cheap labor or a tax write off?
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