It's Christmas Eve when an ominous dark star appears in the sky; could this star be a sign that Judgment Day is near? When massive earthquakes and natural disasters tear apart cities, it ...
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An Alaskan town is in danger of destruction by a mystical snow globe that appears on a family's doorstep, wrapped like a Christmas gift, and causes deadly "natural" disasters in the real world, while simultaneously occurring in the globe.
On October 30, 2009 an independent filmmaker and his cast and crew are reported missing a month before the release of their controversial film predicting the end of the world. Authorities ... See full summary »
R. Christian Anderson
Brian Neil Hoff
It's Christmas Eve when an ominous dark star appears in the sky; could this star be a sign that Judgment Day is near? When massive earthquakes and natural disasters tear apart cities, it seems that the day of reckoning is upon us - and now a small band of heroes must come together to save the world!Written by
The principal cast are named after biblical characters eg Mary, Joseph, Jude etc, all associated with Christmas. See more »
Kane shoots Joseph in the right shoulder, after Kane is killed by the steam, we see a somewhat closeup of Joseph and the bullet hole is now on his left shoulder, it later goes back to his right shoulder. See more »
It is Christmas Eve when an ominous dark star appears in the sky; could this star be a sign that Judgment Day is near...
Wow, this film is bad. On top of all the nonsense -- why did the Mayans hide all that stuff in Idaho, and why is the end of the world only happening in one city -- it was just bad on many levels, even for a film that appeared on SyFy (and changing the title to get it purchased / watched after Christmas will do nothing to save it).
Worst of all was the naming of characters as "Joseph", "Mary" and "Jacey". I mean, you could try to make it a bit more subtle by at least calling the one guy Joe, but no.
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