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Revelation Road: The Beginning of the End DVD
Release Date : Mar 12, 2013
Cast : David A. R. White, Brian Bosworth, Ray Wise and Steve "Sting" Borden
Director : Gabriel Sabloff
Fishflix Stock No : LM3518004
Region : 1
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Will Josh have the physical and spiritual strength to fight his way home?


Josh McManus thought it was just a normal day. But it was not. It was only day one. It was the beginning of the end. When Josh foils the plans of an outlaw biker gang known as The Barbarians he already has enough chaos to deal with, but when the entire world is thrown into chaos after crippling earthquakes and the disappearance of hundreds of people, Josh finds himself in a world different than the one he knew before. Will he be able to return home to his family, or will the obstacles overcome him? From Pure Flix Entertainment comes the first exciting film of the Revelation Road Trilogy Revelation Road: The Beginning of the End.


Starring David A.R. White (God’s Not Dead, Jerusalem Countdown, Faith of our Fathers), Brian Bosworth (Do You Believe), Andrea Logan White (Mom’s Night Out, Do You Believe, Sarah’s Choice), Noell Coet (Brother’s Keeper), and Bruce Marchiano (The Gospel According to Matthew).


The Story


He just happened to be in the wrong place at the wrong time. Or was it the right place at the right time?


Josh McManus (played by David A.R. White) has never been the picture perfect example of honesty and integrity. An over the road salesman with a mysterious past, he spends more time traveling from place to place than he actually does in one place. And though he has a wife and daughter he never seems to be able to spend time with them. He may or may not be a family man, but he is certainly a business man. And despite the difficulties in his family his life seemed to be going pretty good. He made money, went where he liked, and did not attract attention. Until one day.


It started as a normal day. He was just doing his job, headed home to his family and then he ended up being the right guy in the wrong place. When a cruel, violent gang of bikers known as The Barbarians and headed by a ruthless man named Hawg (played by Brian Bosworth) try to rob a shop, Josh finds himself in the midst of a battle. While he might of rescued the shop owner’s life (and a couple of other people in the bargain) Josh is now a wanted man. He’s wanted by the same vicious biker gang that already tried to kill him once.


As if life isn’t bad enough for the man from Revelation Road: The Beginning of the End it is about to get a whole lot worse. It starts with an unnatural flash. It continues with a series of enormous earthquakes. The world quickly spins into chaos. People begin disappearing. The worst fears of the world are coming true.


For Josh, however, nothing matters besides getting home to his family. But Josh’s journey just got more complicated. The world is in chaos, a murderous biker gang is hunting him down, and to top it off he has other fears to face. His own past. An epic story of adventure, danger, and truth is in store for Josh in Revelation Road: The Beginning of the End.


Facing Our Fears, Accepting The Truth


Revelation Road: The Beginning of the End is certainly an exciting, thrilling adventure film that will keep the entire family in suspense, but it is more than that. It holds a valuable message for viewers of all ages. As Josh struggles to begin his journey home, he must face many fears—earthquakes, fire, thugs, bloodthirsty gangs—but the biggest fears he must face lie at the root of his own past. As Josh learns in the film Revelation Road: The Beginning of the End there is only one way past fears. It is not through bravery, strength, or courage (though those certainly help). It is facing our fears, recognizing the truth that we have failed, and accepting the help of someone even greater than ourselves. As Josh struggles to reconcile himself to his past, tries to move past and prove he is more than his past, he must learn that the only way we can move past the struggles and sins of our past is by accepting the help of Jesus. A story of humility, grace, and forgiveness Revelation Road: The Beginning of the End holds valuable reminders in amongst the scenes of action and peril.


Conclusion


Car chases, fights, earthquakes and more fill the suspenseful, action packed film Revelation Road: The Beginning of the End. Journey with Josh as he descends into a world falling apart around his head. With some loyal side kicks by his side, Josh must learn that some battles we cannot fight ourselves. With the Hawg and his gang of Barbarians close on his tail, the earth shaking under his feet, friends disappearing from beside him, and more confusion than his own past could ever hold Josh must courageously face a world like he has never seen to reconcile himself with his family. But this is just the beginning. There is more still to come.


Action packed, the exciting film Revelation Road: The Beginning of the End will entertain viewers of all ages. With valuable lessons on humility, forgiveness, acceptance, and courage the first film in the Revelation Road series is just the beginning.


Revelation Road: The Beginning of the End has not been rated by the Motion Picture Association of America and may include topics, scenes, and issues not suitable for younger viewers. This film received the “Faith Friendly” award for ages twelve and up from the Dove Foundation. As always, it is recommended that parents preview all content to determine what is suitable for their children, but the film Revelation Road: The Beginning of the End is generally considered appropriate for most older audiences.


If you and your family enjoyed the film Revelation Road: The Beginning of the End you might consider viewing some of the other films in the Revelation Road series: Revelation Road 2: The Sea of Glass and Fire and Revelation Road 3: The Black Rider.


 

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Josh McManus is an over-the-road salesman with a murky past. He finds himself in a dusty West Texas town at the wrong time. An unfortunate series of events launch Josh into a war with an outlaw biker gang known as The Barbarians, led by a vicious man named Hawg.


Then it happened... A flash in the sky, followed by a crippling series of earthquakes, sending the entire world into chaos. Some say it’s the rapture but nothing will stop Josh from going home and confronting his worst fears. Will Josh look to God for strength as he fights a life threatening war that is both physical and spiritual?

Latest Reviews for -Revelation Road: The Beginning of the End DVD
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  2. Revelation Road: The Beginning of the End DVD
    Entertaining and Well made Review by Literature Approved

    I received this DVD from FishFlix for the purpose of this review. All comments and opinions are entirely my own.

    The beginning of the end will drop you to your knees in prayer or cause chaos unimaginable.

    In Revelation Road; The Beginning of the End is the first movie in the Revelation Road series made by PureFlix. It's a very docile depiction of the book of Revelation with it only being rated PG and focused mostly on Josh's interaction with the biker gang rather than what is Biblically going to happen. Many may want to compare this film to the hits Left Behind, but the two are very different in many ways.

    Biblically, there may be some debate about whether or not this is an accurate account of Revelation, mainly concerning whether or not there will be a second chance for those left after the "rapture". But that depends on personal interpretations of the Bible and I suppose that really no one will know until after it happens.

    As for the content, it was very clean, absolutely no cussing and no sexual scenes/comments/intentions. The only things that may keep this at an older audience is the action. It's not detailed, in fact it doesn't show any blood anywhere, but it does show the moments before someone dies (for example, the opening scene is the biker leader on his bike chasing a man who is running, he kills the man by swinging a ridiculously large hammer as he passes the man. The scene cuts out just before the hammer meets the man's body, saving us from the image, but knowing what just happened creates enough suspense on its own).

    Overall, this is an entertaining movie and it's clean action is welcoming during these days of having a hard time finding a clean movie. I recommend it to ages 12+, because though it is only rated PG, the action is very well-done. I give it 4 out of 5 stars.

    This review was originally featured on Literature Approved. (http://literatureapproved.wordpress.com) (Posted on 5/30/16)

  3. Revelation Road: The Beginning of the End DVD
    we were disappointed in the movie, too much 'non-Christian' content. Review by nlb

    It certainly possible some folks might feel this is an appropriate film with a Christian message. We are not among that group. Also there was a lot of long "significant looks" filling time, rather than acting. A bit over done. We did struggle through to the end but are not passing it along to our friends.

    (Posted on 10/7/13)

"Submit to God and be at peace with him; in this way prosperity will come to you."---Job 22:21