DVD Release: April 25, 2015


Circuit crashes on a hostile planet with no memory of why he is there. He just knows his mission was complete and he needs to return to the Obiter Space Station. The only way he can get to the space station is by finding a city called Caelum. Will he make it to the city, or will he be deleted by an evil race called Viruses? Only time will tell, and time is counting down…

Dove Review

“DownLoad” is an allegorical, science-fiction based film, with “Orbiter” representing God, and a host of good and evil characters that either believe in Orbiter’s son or don’t. The good guys include Circuit and a woman named Binary, who strive to keep the ways of Orbiter and defeat his enemies. Circuit is also called “Missionary,” and some follow him and believe his words and others don’t. C.H.I.P. is an unseen character who gives updates to Circuit.

The theme of the movie is that it is better to die and live than to live and die, with the idea that a person should die to his or her own ways so that life might be found. The film has a “crossing over” to a better life, too. The spiritual applications will be clear to most readers of the Bible. This is a low-budget production, but the actors’ enthusiasm is obvious. We are happy to award “DownLoad” our “Faith-Friendly” Seal for ages 12-plus.

Content Description

Sex: None
Language: Stupid-2; Scum-1
Violence: Guns held on a few characters; two men fight with unusual space-like weapons that resemble swords; an evil character intending to harm an innocent man falls to his death; a character with a knife says a character screamed like a little girl when knife was used; a character defeats an evil one with a knife but the scene is implied and not visible.
Drugs: None
Nudity: None
Other: Tension between the good and evil characters; one villain claims to be God; evil characters pursue the good ones; a good character is poisoned with a deadly virus.


Company: New Harvest Prod.
Writer: Bruce Harner, Jr.
Director: Bruce Harner, Jr.
Producer: Bruce Harner, Jr.
Genre: Science-Fiction
Runtime: 85 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Reviewer: Edwin L. Carpenter