The only thing better than a bad Christian movie is a bad horror movie. This week we combine the two with The Visitation. After all, we are headed into Halloween. Listen as Jeff, Dylan and Adam review this convoluted mess of a film. From plot, pacing and phoned in performances this movie misses all the marks. Find out if this film is so bad it’s good, or just plain bad?
Review of The Visitation (00:02:09)
Ratings and Redeemed Perspectives (00:45:13)
The Visitation takes place in the town of Antioch inhabited by the usual cast of small town characters including an inept police department, rebellious teenagers and of course everyone has a secret. We open with former pastor Travis Jordan putting down his dog after losing his wife in a gruesome murder a year prior. Soon strange miracles begin to take place in town courtesy of John Connor, sorry I mean Eddie Vedder, no, sorry again, I mean Brandon Nichols, who is claiming to be Jesus. The town soon begins to believe Brandon’s claim while Pastor Travis and the local vet, Morgan, investigate who Brandon real is. Is he the second coming of Christ or something else?
From Our Review of The Visitation
- Edward Furlong (Actor)
- Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991 Film)
- American History X (1998 Film)
- To End All Wars (2001 Film)
- Brian Godawa (Writer)
- Frank Peretti (Author)
- The Visitation by Frank Peretti (Book – Amazon Affiliate Link)
- Randy Travis (Actor and Musician)
- Fabio Lanzoni (Model, Actor)
- Eddie Vedder (Musician)
- Three's Company (TV Show)
- Priscilla Barnes (Actor, played Dee Henchle in The Visitation)
- Leap of Faith (1992 Film)
- Touched by an Angel (TV Show)
- Noah Segan (Actor, played the vet’s son in The Visitation)
- Looper (2012 Film)
- Brick (2005 Film)
- The Green Mile (1999 Film)
- Adam’s Pick, Fallen (1998 Film)
- Dylan’s Pick, Frailty (2001 Film)
- Jeff’s Pick, Tales from the Crypt: Demon Knight (1995 Film)
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