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Updated: 6/19/2013 3:15pm PDT
Best-selling author Frank Peretti's latest warfare thriller comes to DVD!
The true face of terror is revealed in this supernatural thriller based on Frank Peretti's best-selling novel. Miracles are happening in the sleepy town of Antioch, and everyone is talking about the mysterious drifter with the incredible powers. But who is this charismatic stranger - the true Messiah, a false prophet or something far more sinister? The townspeople are soon divided, and when happenings at the stranger's revival tent take on a bizarre and frightening twist, it's up to an ex-minister to confront his own inner demons and unlock the shocking secret of The Visitation.
MPAA Rating: PG-13 (due to spiritual warfare content, we do NOT recommend this film for children under the age of 13)
Note: The Visitation is the second feature film made from a Frank Peretti novel.
Starring: Martin Donovan, Edward Furlong, Kelly Lynch, & Randy Travis
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The Visitation - DVD – Janet M, 09/24/2012
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The Visitation - DVD – Torine O, 04/08/2012
This was way to gruesome for a family movie. It starts out ok and catches your attention but the ending was to far out. This movie left me with a disgusting feeling.
The Visitation - DVD – Joy S, 02/12/2012
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The Visitation - DVD – April L, 09/18/2011
I have watched this movie, I was all confused about whats happening in this movie
The Visitation - DVD – Debora J, 12/14/2010
The quality of the acting and cinematography was very good. Whether this was released in theatres of not, it is of that caliber. I felt it was too scary and demonic without the awesome power of Christ and His peace getting enough screen time. The subject matter of course is possession but I personally didn't think the message of salvation was as clear as it could have been. Christians were portrayed as gullible, fanatical and weak, with no apparent grounding in scripture, while Satan's minions were in control, devoted and firmly set on their course of action. It seems the only person in the whole town that was discerning enough to see through the deception was one pastor played by Randy Travis. I hope those aren't the real odds in the church. It makes for a tense and terrifying story line, but I fear may leave the non-christian viewer with a questionable view of believers in Christ. I definitely would not show this to anyone under 16. The movie was entertaining but it didn't leave me with a feeling of the triumph God's mighty power has over Satan. The main character's implied new romance with the new vet in town seems to endorse being unequally yolked. I don't know, there just seemed to be too many loose strings and my spider senses gave me the impression of a sell-out to secularism rather than a witnessing tool.
The Visitation - DVD – Dianna B, 05/08/2010
What an amazing movie. People need to know that satan will not come like an angry monster at first he comes like an angel I believe He can do miracles for a time but there is always a price to pay unlike Jesus He already paid the price. I like how they use the name of Jesus to cast out demons. I think every one should watch this exspecially christians and see how easily people that are hurting will believe in anything just to be healed. stay close to God and always test the prophet for he may be false
The Visitation - DVD – Philip H, 03/18/2010
There were some good points made by this film. Yes, beware of false teachers. But -
1/ I question whether Satan has power to heal even for a short period as happened in the film. But of course he can deceive. The living image in Rev. 13 is disturbing. More understanding is needed on this issue. Fictional movies aren't the best guides though, are they?
2/ Even a Fundy, as liberal "Christians" call fundamental Christians, would not be cruel, as depicted in the film. The term fundamentalist has been misused in general in recent years.
The Visitation - DVD – Ann M, 02/06/2010
This is a very dark movie but so is the subject matter. I like that it gives a very strong message to be mindful of false prophets and it wasn't cheesy like a lot of Christian movies get flack for. I wouldn't consider it a "feel good" or "family" movie. If you have young childeren I wouldn't watch it with them. However all in all it was a high quality film.
The Visitation - DVD – Joyce L, 01/06/2010
A scary movie--but still with a Christian theme. Unlike other horror movies, evil doesn't come from some nameless force but from the devil himself. And how to counter it? With Christ and His teachings. Would be a good movie for teenagers--they'd love the scariness of it, but still get a thought provoking message from it. Great acting too, and I always love Randy Travis movies.
The Visitation - DVD – Kevin F, 05/12/2009
This is a very dark film but considering what the movie is about, it almost has to be! This is an interesting film about false teachers and false prophets. All of the cast did an excellent job and I thought this was a great film. Not a movie for children but it is a movie with a powerful message!
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