Revelation Road 3: Black Rider
The beleaguered mayor sends Josh McManus on a vital mission to find the mysterious and elusive "shepherd."
Recommended Age: 15+
Strong Biblical worldview as it takes place post-rapture, and mainly revolves around finding the "Shepherd" who is supposed to be one of the two prophets mentioned in Revelation, scripture is quoted multiple times, the "Lord" appears to people after they die, woman who "believes" vanishes after death, strong Christian worldview throughout, good triumphing over evil is a major theme, as is putting the will of God over ones own personal desires; no foul language or obscenities, light name calling such as "idiots" and "parasite;" moderate violence throughout entire movie as it does take place in a post-apocalyptic type of world, man is hung - although only his feet are shown during the actual hanging, girl is stabbed with a knife, man fights off attackers, girl’s face is pushed toward a moving saw, multiple examples of fights, punching, shootings, and explosions; light sexual content, sex trafficking is implied when a man tries to sell a girl, man gropes woman’s behind although it is not directly shown; no nudity; light alcohol content, it is mentioned that a man is illegally making liquor, another man mentions that things will change after "getting a few drinks;" miscellaneous content including multiple instances of kidnapping, lying, gambling, stealing, and selling children at a swap meet.
CastJames Denton, David A.R. White, Kevin Sorbo
WritingSean Paul Murphy, Gabriel Sabloff
Directed byGabriel Sabloff
ProductionBradley Dorsey, Jeffery Peterson, Michael Scott, David A.R. White, Russell Wolfe
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