The Final Frontier: Near Death Experience

DVD Release: May 12, 2007
The Final Frontier: Near Death Experience


This documentary explains Near-Death Experiences as an existing phenomenon from a scientific and Biblical perspective. It will make you think for a long time. No one returned from the grave to tell us the truth about life after death. Towards the end of the twentieth century a phenomenon arose, in which people reported Near-Death Experiences, otherwise known as NDEs. Revived patients encountered some form of afterlife reality: heaven and hell. This phenomenon of NDEs, in which pateints report an extension of conciousness beyond clinical death, are not hallusinations, but a highly structured and organized phenomenon. NDEs holds the message for mankind. Death is a reality and according to research and those who witnessed heaven and hell, we must think about our own lives. More and more scientific evidence tells us that life after death exixts. Eventually we will all die and cross THE FINAL FRONTIER – heaven or hell – where we are going is a matter of choice.

Dove Review

“The Final Frontier” addresses the phenomenon of near-death experiences. Most of this film focuses on various opinions about Heaven and Hell – whether they are experienced the same by everyone. The film acknowledges the influence of culture and religious background on near-death experiences. Studies of out-of-body experiences while under anesthesia are also described. This movie includes scenes that may be disturbing to young children, such as hospital patients being sutured and resuscitated; famous artists’ renditions of Hell; humans and skeletons burning in agony; and descriptions of Hell where terrified people are tormented by Satan. This film is approved for children 12 and older.

Content Description

Sex: None
Language: None
Violence: Depictions of eternal agony/torture for those who go to Hell.
Drugs: None
Nudity: Man without shirt.
Other: Stories of trauma, death or near death; surgery shown.


Company: Eternal Pictures Inc.
Director: Attie Snyman
Producer: W. Johan Sturm
Genre: Documentary
Runtime: 53 min.
Industry Rating: G
Reviewer: Samantha Kubik