Jerusalem Countdown

Theatrical Release: August 26, 2011
DVD Release: April 10, 2012
Jerusalem Countdown


Limited Theatrical Release

With the Middle East in turmoil, Israelʼs preeminent Ally is thrust into an impending war— America is now the target as the battle for Jerusalem begins. Adapted from the Best-Selling Book by Pastor John Hagee, JERUSALEM COUNTDOWN highlights the reality of an inevitable conflict between Israel and Islam. When nuclear weapons are smuggled into America, Senior FBI Agent, Shane Daughtry (David A.R White) is faced with an impossible task—find them before they are detonated. The clock is ticking and the only people who can help are a washed up arms dealer (Lee Majors), a converted Israeli Mossad Agent (Stacy Keach) and a by- the-book CIA Deputy Director played by Randy Travis. Nuclear holocaust on American soil threatens global stability and the impending destruction of the world is coming to fruition, in this film of international terror and suspense. The movie also features Nick Jameson, Jaci Velasquez, Marco Khan, Carey Scott, and Anna Zielinski.

The prelude to Armageddon has begun…

Dove Review

Get ready for the ride of your life as you travel along with Senior FBI Agent, Shane Daughtry, while he tries to unravel a mystery that could have biblical implications. This is a fast-paced, action/adventure that will have you hanging on the edge of your seat. The end times are nearer than you think and this movie portrays one example of how it may all unfold. While assassinations and explosions abound in this epic motion picture there is also an interesting story to keep you watching and engaged.

The cast are all at the top of their game in this well-written and directed flick. While there are many deaths in this film, they are all handled in non-gratuitous ways. The only blood we saw was on a single character toward the end of the film and even that was much less than you would see on television today.

Dove is pleased to award this movie our “Faith-Friendly” Seal for ages 12 and over. It is one of the best independent films we have seen all year and we give it five doves, our highest quality rating.

Content Description

Faith: None
Integrity: None
Sex: Man and woman briefly kiss.
Language: God, Jesus and Christ all used in reverence. There is one use of "Oh God" but this is by a character who has just thanked God for his help and we believe is also reverently used.
Violence: Many explosions, assassinations and deaths. All of these are shown in non-graphic ways and are integral parts of the story.
Drugs: A man is given a truth serum twice; a man has an alcoholic drink; beer bottles are in the background during a scene; cigarettes are seen in an ashtray but no smoking is actually seen.
Nudity: None
Other: A man buys a fake ID.


Company: PureFlix
Writer: David Harris, Harold Cronk and Matthew Tailford
Director: Harold Cronk
Genre: Limited
Runtime: 86 min.
Reviewer: Scott Rolfe