Furious Love

DVD Release: May 4, 2010
Furious Love


In this follow up to the breakout hit, Finger of God, join filmmaker Darren Wilson as he travels to the darkest spiritual climates on the planet. His one goal: to put God’s love to the test. Demon tents, New Age and Witchcraft festivals, the persecuted church, heroin addicts, the sex trade…they are no match for the raw power of God’s unconditional love. The powerful, haunting film will open your eyes to the war raging around us all, and will challenge everything you know about the strength and majesty of God who furiously fights for us with the greatest weapon in the world…Love

Dove Review

“Furious Love” showcases what the Love of God can do. Filmmaker Darren Wilson purposely went into difficult territories such as Tarzania, where many people are known to be demon possessed, to the streets of Thailand where prostitutes sell their bodies for sex, to a witch’s convention to see what would happen if they demonstrated a compassion and caring for the people. The results are pretty remarkable as many are healed, saved, shed tears of joy, and are more open to the Gospel than some might have imagined.

We are awarding our 12+ Seal to the movie due to the sophisticated theme, featuring scenes such as a few demon-possessed people wallowing on the ground and foaming at the mouth, and a few scantily clad women selling their bodies. But the life-changing power of the gospel is clearly seen in this remarkable DVD and with several people allowing the Christians to pray for them.

Content Description

Faith: None
Integrity: None
Sex: Women look for men on streets and are said to sell their bodies; a woman mentions having been raped in her past.
Language: PO-1; H-1; H (as a place)-2; SOB-1
Violence: One woman talks about murder in her past.
Drugs: It's mentioned that some people were former hard drug users including heroin;
Nudity: Women seen in shorts and bare midriffs; cleavage; a few women are seen in bra and panties.
Other: A few people seen vomiting; a witch doctor is seen; it's stated a few people believe in Buddhism and reincarnation; some practice the occult and witchcraft.


Company: Wanderlust Productions
Director: Darren Wilson
Genre: Documentary
Runtime: 95 min.
Reviewer: Edwin L. Carpenter