Behold a Pale Horse: Americas Last Chance

DVD Release: July 1, 2012
Behold a Pale Horse: Americas Last Chance


Looming world government, a world “elite”, The United Nations Agenda 21 all add up to a loss of American sovereignty. A global feudal police state unfolds. Country music legend Charlie Daniels weaves the story with Biblical perspective. Historical re-enactments punctuate a call to return to the Constitution and values set by our founding fathers.

Dove Review

This is a must-see DVD! This DVD makes valid points about our government and how we are failing morally as a country and explores the rights that we are losing. Some people may seem to come across as fanatical but they are obviously passionate about standing up for values.

One of the main narrators is Charlie Daniels and he explores the various themes of government including government in today’s world. Weaved into this DVD are re-enactments, archive footage, and interviews.

Although this documentary isn’t for young children, it makes some great points and we are pleased to award it our Dove “Family-Approved” Seal for ages twelve plus. This one is educational and would make a great tool in a Christian education class.

Content Description

Sex: None
Language: Scumbag-1; Stupid-1
Violence: A portrayal of police brutality including a squadron of officers swinging at people with police batons and hitting people but no blood is seen; fires and riots.
Drugs: None
Nudity: Airport x-rays of people which gives the outlines and body parts including male and female genitalia and breasts but in an x-ray manner; woman in a bikini painted on a plane.
Other: Archive footage of Hitler speaking and marching with Nazis; the Swastika is seen; a woman screams about fighting for your rights and seems to instill fear into others; rights and loss of rights are discussed; Marxism.


Company: Heartland Pictures
Director: Chuck Untersee
Producer: Anita Untersee
Genre: Documentary
Runtime: 103 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Starring: Narrator: Charlie Daniels with Mark Collins as George Washington
Reviewer: Edwin L. Carpenter