Most 'end-time' movies are sheer garbage of no Biblicity. They just mention the word 'Revelation' from time to time, and one of the buzzwords in it. That's about how close some of these movies come to any relation to the Bible.
Even so, the "Final Rapture" video ending this post is very worth watching, even though like all the others, it is clueless about the Gospel. It never makes clear how you get saved. The others, state false gospels. So you wonder why anyone would waste his and your time making movies like this, if you can't know WHY the Rapture is important, and WHAT it is and HOW to be saved from it. Oh well.
Even so, it's best to purchase a movie, or rent it; ideally, after some trial view so you know you won't want to return it. Problem is, I can't find these for purchase or rental, so have to post the Youtube links.
So they serve a very different purpose: illustrating how and why what the Bible DOES say, is valid. For example, don't you wonder how so many people can be so dumb as to fall for an anti-christ, when the details are so many and so well known for so long? Don't you wonder how anyone could be anti-semitic, or could assemble by the millions in the Valley of Esdraelon, as Bible foretells?
And of course, these apocalyptic movies do try to dramatize that, but they get it so WRONG (i.e., assuming that 200 million DEMONS clearly depicted in Rev 9 are really the Chinese) -- that's how you know how realistic the Bible is. The plain warning is in plain sight -- so we can't read it rightly!
So without further ado, here's the utterly laughable, apostate Christian and Gail Riplinger fav, The Omega Code. Treating the Bible like a crossword puzzle, as if stuff God says were 'hidden' (yeah, to those who won't READ it). But the acting is worth watching, esp. how Michaels Ironside and York handle their roles:
Omega Code 2 Megiddo is an alternate version (sans the goofy Code), how the Western anti-Christ, came to exist. Again, the movie has no resemblance whatsoever to Bible. The words in Bible are bandied about but what Bible says is so different, you can't help but be embarrassed that TBN ever put its name on the production. They are dead now, and know better. So in deference to them, you need to see how terribly WRONG we Christians get it, to better understand how wrong the world will be, when the actual events occur. For we Christians are baffled why unbelievers don't believe. Well, they get it even more wrong when reading Bible, than we do!
Enter Apocalpyse 1 (aka Apocalypse), replete with cheesy music, amateurish directing and camerawork, horrible acting bordering on SNL satire, no understanding of Scripture: but again that's the point of posting. The people behind the movie are so pathetic, they can't even get the Gospel right, using a passage to apostate believers in Laodicea in Rev 3:20, as if it were the Gospel? (Rev 1:11 says TO THE CHURCHES WRITE not to unbelievers, duh; and Rev 3:14 said to the MESSENGER (angelos=pastor, here) at Laodicea, write.)
How incompetent can you get? So are the people making this picture, even SAVED? Look how many denominations (='demon nations' one S. California Baptist pastor quipped to me circa 1999) -- get it wrong: the Catholics, Calvinists, SDA, Jehovah's Witness, Mormons, the people behind this movie, countless other denoms, all of them claim you have to DO something to be saved. So then maybe none of them are saved. Wouldn't Satan want the unsaved to be considered 'Christians'? To mess up the message how you GET saved?
Bible says BELIEVE CHRIST PAID FOR YOUR SINS is what eternally saves you, John 3:16 and many other verses. The nanosecond you 'did' that, you're forever saved. Can't reverse it, can't sin some sin to undo it. But do these Impe Christians know that? NOOOOO. That's why they stay on TBN week after week spewing nonsense which curses the world. Drooling over events rather than drooling over learning Bible Doctrine. This is why the yield in the Seed parables are so low: 30 fold (meaning only 3% believers are growing), 60-fold (only 1.5%), and 100-fold (1%). The rest, are dead even while they live (carnal, topic of 1John).
But good for a laugh or a grimace. For the 'sudden disappearance' at 21 minutes, evidenced by CAREFULLY FOLDED CLOTHING ON SIDEWALKS is a nice (and deliberate) touch:
Apocalypse 2 (aka Revelation, 2nd in the quadrilogy starring Nick Mancuso) has much better production values, script, direction, acting, and some moments which are doctrinally accurate or at least plausible, thought-provoking:
Third in the series, is 'Tribulation' again with Mancuso, but now also with Gary Busey and Margot Kidder. Cheesy filming and directing, but at times has a good script. The video's 'Final Hour' title is not native to the film, so far as I can tell.
Last in the series is Apocalypse IV Judgment again with Nick Mancuso, but newly with Corbin Bernsen. Production values and script are much better, still not accurate re Gospel, but thought-provoking on the overall question of 'God' and how we humans quickly become hitlerian.. all without being preachy. The movie stands alone if you saw even only Apocalypse. You can buy the whole collection in Amazon, .
Someone posted Judgment in seven parts with terrible resolution but clear sound, here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_NNk0Ld ... h6PVphlIxh
Its Spanish counterpart is El Juicio, clearly spoken in 12 parts, no playlist.
Parts 2 - 12 can be watched in Youtube, but are all thumbnailed on one page, https://www.ovguide.com/browse_video?t= ... 000900cdb9
Now for somewhat better (but still Biblically-inaccurate) version, watch Mark of the Beast, with Eric Roberts and some unknowns who really make the movie work. Plot is pathetic, Bible never says that Rapture means millions of disappearances which are disruptive, but hey.
Mark 2, Redemption:
This one's a keeper, worth watching over and over: Final: The Rapture. Why 'Final' I don't know, there's only ONE -- this version is offbeat, slow-burn; somehow its amateurish 'reality tv' quasi-documentary filming style works, has authenticity. It's very realistic in certain ways, uncomfortably so:
'Left Behind' is in Youtube too, but it's so bad, I can't bring myself to post it here. Might change mind and do it later.
What's so ironic: the actual story the Bible tells would be a blockbuster movie making everyone rich. So it is possible to become rich and famous yet not be corrupt. Yet no Bible movie ever made is even remotely competent. So they fail at the box office, too.