A Voice from Hell

DVD Release: October 11, 2011
A Voice from Hell
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Synopsis

Her life was taken without a moment’s notice. Ashely (Alexandra Ortiz), finding herself in torment, in darkness, and solitude takes a chance and makes a run for it. After a daring escape from Hell, she will stop at nothing to get to her friend Melisa (Ela Martinez) with a life-changing message; but she’s not alone. The clock is ticking and The Gate Keeper (Lassiter Holmes) is after her to take her back. Her time is about up, and there’s nowhere to hide.

Dove Review

“A Voice from Hell” is a message movie! It will stimulate thinking on sharing Christ with others. A woman, Ashely, is pursued by a demon. And soon after, Ashely confronts her friend Melisa, saying she never shared Jesus with her. Melisa says she was afraid that Ashely wouldn’t be her friend anymore if she spoke of Christ. Ashely states she is in everlasting torment because of Melisa’s lack of sharing the Good News.

The film features realistic and scary-looking makeup grounded by a poignant story with a deep spiritual meaning. We are awarding this moving movie our Faith-Friendly Seal for ages 12-plus. It will provoke thinking, and hopefully, conversation, based on this most-important topic: where will we spend eternity?

Content Description

Sex: A couple is seen kissing.
Language: OMG-2; H (as a place)-1.
Violence: Demon grabs and manhandles a young woman; demon ties chains to woman's wrists.
Drugs: A scene of women drinking shots in a bar.
Nudity: None.
Other: Scary image of an evil-looking demon chasing a woman; tension between characters.

Info

Company: Rookie Films
Genre: Suspense
Runtime: 25 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Reviewer: Edwin L Carpenter