Where were you when the world ended? Josh McManus, a traveling salesman with a history of violence, was passing through a dusty West Texas town. The right man at the wrong time, Josh foiled a robbery perpetrated by The Barbarians, an outlaw biker gang led by a vicious man ... Read More
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Josh doesn't care what the cause - his only goal is to get home to his family, but he'll have to fight his way through the Barbarians to do so. It will be a dangerous journey to the very center of his soul.
Revelation Road: The Beginning of the End is an end of times thriller about fear, faith and one man's battle to find those he loves and discover the truth.
Dove Family-Approved for ages 12 & up.
Format: Closed-captioned, Color, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
Subtitles: English, Spanish
Run Time: 88 Minutes
- Store Only: Yes
- Product type: Video
- Format: DVD
- Release Date: Mar 5, 2013
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- Width: 0
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- Language: English
- Volumes/Discs: 1
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- A Solid Start To An Exciting Series by Kelly on 11/29/2013
Revelation Road: The Beginning of the End is just that, a beginning of at the very least a two-part movie series from Pure Flix Entertainment. The viewer gets the opportunity to meet Josh, a traveling salesman with a secret but obviously destructive past. You can see early on that Josh has the capability to go a little unhinged when necessary but you can also see that this is not a side of himself that he entertains. We also meet a pretty rough biker gang who have a charismatic leader named Hawg. The gang has no problem with messing with people, stealing and eliminating witnesses, but they do have a problem with Joshua when he gets in their way.
You can tell Joshua has a past, but it changed dramatically when he met his wife. Or at least that is what Josh thought until he sees how easy it really is to slip back into his old skill set. Can a person really change? If tackling that question isn't enough for Josh, it seems there are a lot of energy spikes, thunder storms and other natural phenomenon taking place to keep him on his toes and at the very least distracted. As the description implies, there is an end coming.
Revelation Road: The Beginning of the End is a great start. I found myself wishing for more which is a good thing since there is a sequel on the way (yay!). I have found myself enjoying most of the films that Pure Flix Entertainment has put out, and look forward to seeing where this will go. I hope I don't have to wait too long.
For the most part the film was well acted and I felt a connection with several of the characters. I even got emotional at some points too. I love when a film can accomplish that.