Revelation Road 2: The Sea of Glass and Fire
For Ages 12 and Over
REVELATION ROAD 2: THE SEA OF GLASS AND FIRE continues the thrilling odyssey of JOSH MCMANUS (David A. R. White) to return home to his wife and daughter. Chasing Josh at every turn is the brutal outlaw HAWG (Brian Bosworth) and his rolling gang of killers. On the day after the Biblical rapture, law and order have broken down – the highways have become a no-mans-land of bandits and looters. Josh’s world has been shaken to the core, and he must make a choice, embrace his past as a man of violence, or learn a new path and become a man of faith. Which will he choose?
Helping Josh on his epic quest is the local Sheriff (ERIC ROBERTS), Beth, his over-eager sidekick (NOELL COET) and Cat, the renegade biker (ANDREA LOGAN WHITE). Also featuring WCW Star STEVE “STING” BORDAN and BRUCE MARCHIANO as The Stranger.
“Revelation Road 2” picks up where the first film in the series ends. After the rapture has taken place, Joshua is left behind and goes on a journey to find out what has happened and attempts to travel home to find his family. Before he can go anywhere, he is confronted again by the biker gang that harassed him previously and he joins forces with a young girl whose family has been taken up into the sky by God along with other believers.
While this film has several violent scenes, the filmmakers are to be commended for their decision to keep the blood to a minimum. There are several chase and fight sequences as we learn how Joshua became a killing machine for the government and why the leader of the biker gang hardened his heart toward God and mankind. The themes of grace and forgiveness are very visible as are those of sacrifice and eternal love. We are pleased to award this action film our Dove “Faith-Friendly” Seal for ages 12 and over.