Rumors of Wars

Theatrical Release: May 2, 2014
DVD Release: November 11, 2014
Rumors of Wars


Limited Theatrical Release – In the future, a new world soldier begins to question the truth once he comes across a highly eye-opening diary.

Dove Review

This is a vision of a Biblical future of Apocalypse and the Antichrist and it is vivid in its imagery and storytelling. Ben Davies is terrific as Shaw, also known as agent 408. He works for the One World Government in tracking down people who refuse to accept the chip which allows them to buy or sell, but he can’t get away from Christianity and those who witness to him, even when he kills their kind. The similarities between Shaw and the Apostle Paul are well drawn. Roxy is a girl who refuses to get the chip and finds herself on the run. She does some research and it begins to slowly dawn on her what is Biblically happening around her.

This movie contrasts a dark future with willing gunmen hunting down Christians as well as those who are willing to die for their faith in Christ, and wind up doing exactly that. The movie is fast paced and features an interesting plot. The themes are making choices and accepting responsibility for those choices. The imagery of a possible future as portrayed in this film is intriguing. We happily award this movie our “Faith-Friendly” Seal for ages twelve and above. This movie will make you think. See it as soon as possible!

Content Description

Faith: None
Integrity: None
Sex: Talk of women becoming prostitutes.
Language: OMG-1; "God Almighty" (seems to be said in revered way)-1; H-2; "Filthy Christians"-1
Violence: Officers with rifles and guns and several people are shot and killed with comparatively little blood; an explosion in Chicago; people receive chip under skin and a person cuts it out with a little blood seen; a woman is slapped and a bloody nose results; a man is hit by a car; a bus is seen on fire.
Drugs: Man says he needs a drink.
Nudity: None
Other: A woman spits on a man; death and mourning at a graveside; a girl jokes about the Rapture; a comment about religious zealots; some urge others to believe that we are our own gods.


Company: BearFruit Films
Director: Paul Tomborello
Producer: James Simmons
Genre: Action
Runtime: 90 min.
Reviewer: Edwin L. Carpenter