Theatrical Release: January 8, 1999
DVD Release: January 8, 1999


In this sequel to “Apocalypse,” three months have passed and Thorold Stone (Jeff Fahey) is trying to put the pieces of his life together. His wife and daughter were among millions who vanished in the twinkling of an eye.

The world, confused and blinded, is under the leadership of a false messiah (Nick Mancuso). And now, in the course of an investigation of an underground resistance movement made up of people who have come to accept Christ as the real Messiah, Stone discovers a conspiracy that leads right to the heart of the new global order.

Dove Review

The final book of the Bible, Revelation, relates prophecies which tell of the last days of the earth as we know it. The rapture of the church has occurred and great turmoil among mankind erupts with chaos, wars, fears and confusion that people have never before experienced. The world is thrown into great chaos by the sudden and unexplainable disappearance of millions of people from the face of the earth. For those left behind, the realization becomes a stark truth that the Christian way of life is the only way to salvation. An evil dictator has seduced people and set himself up as a modern day messiah with a promise of peace and order to the world.

The main character, Thorold Stone, is caught between disbelief in anything concerning God and the agony of missing his wife and daughter who were caught up in the rapture. He struggles to come to grips with the reality of his circumstances, the pain of his loss, and the fear that grips the world around him.

He sees the life of those who have come to a faith in God and the steadfastness of their peace, even as they face great persecution and death…and he wonders what is next for him.

“Revelation” is a science fiction/adventure movie that takes place in modern times and shows how prophecies could come to life. It provides a backdrop for the last book of the Bible and the events that many find confusing and hard to understand. The film dramatically portrays a time yet to come. We are pleased to approve this film for viewers ages 12 and above.

Content Description

Faith: None
Violence: Chaos, car crashes, plane crashes, fires, explosions, dead bodies, beatings, persons killed for their faith, blood
Sex: Mild flirtation
Language: None
Violence: Chaos, car crashes, plane crashes, fires, explosions, dead bodies, beatings, persons killed for their faith, blood
Drugs: None
Nudity: None
Other: People and families vanish in thin air


Company: Cloud Ten Pictures
Writer: Peter and Paul Lalonde
Director: Andre Van Heerden
Producer: Peter and Paul Lalonde
Genre: Drama
Runtime: 97 min.
Reviewer: Nancy Bowens