Apocalypse and the End Times

DVD Release: September 1, 2006
Apocalypse and the End Times


For thousands of years, prophets from every corner of the earth have predicted a fiery end to life as we know it. Yet in the last one hundred years, advances in science and technology have promised a different future—one of prosperity, luxury, and ease. Which predictions should we believe? Is there a road map for the future? And is it possible that in the 21st century, science and faith might come together to give us the answers? Our investigation examines one of the most alarming trends to hit the headlines in recent years–the increase in natural disasters around the globe. From global warming and record-breaking hurricanes, to the tsunami in southeast Asia and earthquakes around the globe—are we seeing the fulfillment of ancient prophecies in these events? And what about the constant threat of famine and disease? Is there mention made of these in the predictions of long ago? “Apocalypse and the End Times” take on these questions and more in an intriguing investigation that brings a modern spin to the ancient prophecies, with surprising results. Is modern technology forecasting a future that agrees with predictions made thousands of years ago? And most importantly, is there an ultimate message of hope and renewal amongst the dire predictions?

Dove Review

This documentary takes an in-depth look at the prophecies and the scientific events that have happened in our world. As the “experts” attempt to look at science and faith, you might come up with your own idea of whether or not the end is near. As you watch you will learn about many natural disasters throughout the entire world as the experts compare the prophecies that have been handed to us from over a 100 centuries or more. This is a great tool for discussions.

Content Description

Faith: None
Integrity: None
Sex: None
Language: None
Violence: Clips of disasters that have happened in the world.
Drugs: None
Nudity: None
Other: None


Company: Grizzly Adams Prod., Inc.
Writer: Joseph Meier
Director: David Priest
Genre: Documentary
Runtime: 120 min.
Reviewer: Donna Rolfe