Theatrical Release: May 16, 2005
DVD Release: May 16, 2005


From the producers of “Left Behind: The Movie.” Danger, intrigue, deception…welcome to the last days. Surrounded by the love of his family, police detective Tom Canboro enjoys a rich and full life. But he finds himself battling more than thieves when he takes on a mysterious group that possesses frightening psychic powers. When his wife, sister, and brother in law become the target of this dark society, he rushes to their aid. However before he can reach them, a mystical force takes control of his car thrusting him headlong into the path of an oncoming truck.

Tom wakes up from a coma to find himself in a world which has undergone a frightful transformation. A self-proclaimed Messiah rules the world and almost everyone supports a mark on their right hand signifying their allegiance to this global leader. Millions have simply disappeared, and no one left behind can remember that they even existed. In a state of confusion, Tom seeks his family and tries to make sense of a world gone mad. At the same time he finds himself relentlessly hunted by the same dark forces he encountered before his accident. His only hope seems to lie with the members of an underground resistance lead by Helen Hannah who are trying to expose this Messiah as the devil himself! Tom is suddenly caught in the middle of a battle as old as time in which the very souls of mankind hang in the balance.

Dove Review

This is one in a series of really powerful and biblically accurate accounts of the world’s last days. “Tribulation” takes place once the Antichrist, or Messiah to everyone left on earth, has already taken over the world. This is how it happens. First there is a war that gets everyone in the world to choose a side. Things escalate and the people of earth look another world war in the face. All of the “good” people disappeared into thin air and everyone is worrying about where they went when this creepy older man comes into the light and says “I am your Messiah. I have taken away all of the people who don’t believe.” Everyone but a select few believes him. Those who don’t are hunted down and killed. The concept is kind of scary for those not acquainted with the Book of Revelation, but it is quite accurate.

Content Description

Faith: None
Violence: Combat violence, nothing too graphic, nothing shown.
Sex: A kiss between husband and wife.
Language: Very mild language.
Violence: Combat violence, nothing too graphic, nothing shown.
Drugs: None
Nudity: None
Other: None


Company: Cloud Ten Pictures
Writer: Paul LaLonde
Director: Andre Van Heerden
Producer: Peter LaLonde
Genre: Drama
Runtime: 97 min.
Reviewer: Kadie Lukens