The Remaining (2014) movie

Imagine the Christian “Rapture” event as a horror film and you have The Remaining, a 2014 Christian-horror movie. Combining elements of cinéma vérité, mainly the handheld camera, the film follows a group of 20-somethings after the events foretold in the Bible’s Book of Revelation unfold following a wedding reception. The movie is graphic in some of its imagery. As with many of these movies based on someone “documenting” the events with a video camera, the end of the film leaves many questions unresolved.

The Remaining (2014) movie

Imagine the Christian “Rapture” event as a horror film and you have The Remaining, a 2014 Christian-horror movie. Combining elements of cinéma vérité, mainly the handheld camera, the film follows a group of 20-somethings after the events foretold in the Bible’s Book of Revelation unfold following a wedding reception. The movie is graphic in some of its imagery. As with many of these movies based on someone “documenting” the events with a video camera, the end of the film leaves many questions unresolved.

The Remaining (2014) movie

Imagine the Christian “Rapture” event as a horror film and you have The Remaining, a 2014 Christian-horror movie. Combining elements of cinéma vérité, mainly the handheld camera, the film follows a group of 20-somethings after the events foretold in the Bible’s Book of Revelation unfold following a wedding reception. The movie is graphic in some of its imagery. As with many of these movies based on someone “documenting” the events with a video camera, the end of the film leaves many questions unresolved.

The Remaining (2014) movie

Imagine the Christian “Rapture” event as a horror film and you have The Remaining, a 2014 Christian-horror movie. Combining elements of cinéma vérité, mainly the handheld camera, the film follows a group of 20-somethings after the events foretold in the Bible’s Book of Revelation unfold following a wedding reception. The movie is graphic in some of its imagery. As with many of these movies based on someone “documenting” the events with a video camera, the end of the film leaves many questions unresolved.

The Remaining (2014) movie

Imagine the Christian “Rapture” event as a horror film and you have The Remaining, a 2014 Christian-horror movie. Combining elements of cinéma vérité, mainly the handheld camera, the film follows a group of 20-somethings after the events foretold in the Bible’s Book of Revelation unfold following a wedding reception. The movie is graphic in some of its imagery. As with many of these movies based on someone “documenting” the events with a video camera, the end of the film leaves many questions unresolved.

The Remaining (2014) movie

Imagine the Christian “Rapture” event as a horror film and you have The Remaining, a 2014 Christian-horror movie. Combining elements of cinéma vérité, mainly the handheld camera, the film follows a group of 20-somethings after the events foretold in the Bible’s Book of Revelation unfold following a wedding reception. The movie is graphic in some of its imagery. As with many of these movies based on someone “documenting” the events with a video camera, the end of the film leaves many questions unresolved.

The Remaining (2014) movie

Imagine the Christian “Rapture” event as a horror film and you have The Remaining, a 2014 Christian-horror movie. Combining elements of cinéma vérité, mainly the handheld camera, the film follows a group of 20-somethings after the events foretold in the Bible’s Book of Revelation unfold following a wedding reception. The movie is graphic in some of its imagery. As with many of these movies based on someone “documenting” the events with a video camera, the end of the film leaves many questions unresolved.

The Remaining (2014) movie

Imagine the Christian “Rapture” event as a horror film and you have The Remaining, a 2014 Christian-horror movie. Combining elements of cinéma vérité, mainly the handheld camera, the film follows a group of 20-somethings after the events foretold in the Bible’s Book of Revelation unfold following a wedding reception. The movie is graphic in some of its imagery. As with many of these movies based on someone “documenting” the events with a video camera, the end of the film leaves many questions unresolved.

The Remaining (2014) movie

Imagine the Christian “Rapture” event as a horror film and you have The Remaining, a 2014 Christian-horror movie. Combining elements of cinéma vérité, mainly the handheld camera, the film follows a group of 20-somethings after the events foretold in the Bible’s Book of Revelation unfold following a wedding reception. The movie is graphic in some of its imagery. As with many of these movies based on someone “documenting” the events with a video camera, the end of the film leaves many questions unresolved.

The Remaining (2014) movie

Imagine the Christian “Rapture” event as a horror film and you have The Remaining, a 2014 Christian-horror movie. Combining elements of cinéma vérité, mainly the handheld camera, the film follows a group of 20-somethings after the events foretold in the Bible’s Book of Revelation unfold following a wedding reception. The movie is graphic in some of its imagery. As with many of these movies based on someone “documenting” the events with a video camera, the end of the film leaves many questions unresolved.

The Remaining (2014) movie

Imagine the Christian “Rapture” event as a horror film and you have The Remaining, a 2014 Christian-horror movie. Combining elements of cinéma vérité, mainly the handheld camera, the film follows a group of 20-somethings after the events foretold in the Bible’s Book of Revelation unfold following a wedding reception. The movie is graphic in some of its imagery. As with many of these movies based on someone “documenting” the events with a video camera, the end of the film leaves many questions unresolved.

The Remaining (2014) movie

Imagine the Christian “Rapture” event as a horror film and you have The Remaining, a 2014 Christian-horror movie. Combining elements of cinéma vérité, mainly the handheld camera, the film follows a group of 20-somethings after the events foretold in the Bible’s Book of Revelation unfold following a wedding reception. The movie is graphic in some of its imagery. As with many of these movies based on someone “documenting” the events with a video camera, the end of the film leaves many questions unresolved.

The Remaining (2014) movie

Imagine the Christian “Rapture” event as a horror film and you have The Remaining, a 2014 Christian-horror movie. Combining elements of cinéma vérité, mainly the handheld camera, the film follows a group of 20-somethings after the events foretold in the Bible’s Book of Revelation unfold following a wedding reception. The movie is graphic in some of its imagery. As with many of these movies based on someone “documenting” the events with a video camera, the end of the film leaves many questions unresolved.

The Remaining (2014) movie

Imagine the Christian “Rapture” event as a horror film and you have The Remaining, a 2014 Christian-horror movie. Combining elements of cinéma vérité, mainly the handheld camera, the film follows a group of 20-somethings after the events foretold in the Bible’s Book of Revelation unfold following a wedding reception. The movie is graphic in some of its imagery. As with many of these movies based on someone “documenting” the events with a video camera, the end of the film leaves many questions unresolved.

The Remaining (2014) movie

Imagine the Christian “Rapture” event as a horror film and you have The Remaining, a 2014 Christian-horror movie. Combining elements of cinéma vérité, mainly the handheld camera, the film follows a group of 20-somethings after the events foretold in the Bible’s Book of Revelation unfold following a wedding reception. The movie is graphic in some of its imagery. As with many of these movies based on someone “documenting” the events with a video camera, the end of the film leaves many questions unresolved.

The Remaining (2014) movie

Imagine the Christian “Rapture” event as a horror film and you have The Remaining, a 2014 Christian-horror movie. Combining elements of cinéma vérité, mainly the handheld camera, the film follows a group of 20-somethings after the events foretold in the Bible’s Book of Revelation unfold following a wedding reception. The movie is graphic in some of its imagery. As with many of these movies based on someone “documenting” the events with a video camera, the end of the film leaves many questions unresolved.

The Remaining (2014) movie

Imagine the Christian “Rapture” event as a horror film and you have The Remaining, a 2014 Christian-horror movie. Combining elements of cinéma vérité, mainly the handheld camera, the film follows a group of 20-somethings after the events foretold in the Bible’s Book of Revelation unfold following a wedding reception. The movie is graphic in some of its imagery. As with many of these movies based on someone “documenting” the events with a video camera, the end of the film leaves many questions unresolved.

The Remaining (2014) movie

Imagine the Christian “Rapture” event as a horror film and you have The Remaining, a 2014 Christian-horror movie. Combining elements of cinéma vérité, mainly the handheld camera, the film follows a group of 20-somethings after the events foretold in the Bible’s Book of Revelation unfold following a wedding reception. The movie is graphic in some of its imagery. As with many of these movies based on someone “documenting” the events with a video camera, the end of the film leaves many questions unresolved.

The Remaining (2014) movie

Imagine the Christian “Rapture” event as a horror film and you have The Remaining, a 2014 Christian-horror movie. Combining elements of cinéma vérité, mainly the handheld camera, the film follows a group of 20-somethings after the events foretold in the Bible’s Book of Revelation unfold following a wedding reception. The movie is graphic in some of its imagery. As with many of these movies based on someone “documenting” the events with a video camera, the end of the film leaves many questions unresolved.

The Remaining (2014) movie

Imagine the Christian “Rapture” event as a horror film and you have The Remaining, a 2014 Christian-horror movie. Combining elements of cinéma vérité, mainly the handheld camera, the film follows a group of 20-somethings after the events foretold in the Bible’s Book of Revelation unfold following a wedding reception. The movie is graphic in some of its imagery. As with many of these movies based on someone “documenting” the events with a video camera, the end of the film leaves many questions unresolved.

The Remaining (2014) movie

Imagine the Christian “Rapture” event as a horror film and you have The Remaining, a 2014 Christian-horror movie. Combining elements of cinéma vérité, mainly the handheld camera, the film follows a group of 20-somethings after the events foretold in the Bible’s Book of Revelation unfold following a wedding reception. The movie is graphic in some of its imagery. As with many of these movies based on someone “documenting” the events with a video camera, the end of the film leaves many questions unresolved.

The Remaining (2014) movie

Imagine the Christian “Rapture” event as a horror film and you have The Remaining, a 2014 Christian-horror movie. Combining elements of cinéma vérité, mainly the handheld camera, the film follows a group of 20-somethings after the events foretold in the Bible’s Book of Revelation unfold following a wedding reception. The movie is graphic in some of its imagery. As with many of these movies based on someone “documenting” the events with a video camera, the end of the film leaves many questions unresolved.

The Remaining (2014) movie

Imagine the Christian “Rapture” event as a horror film and you have The Remaining, a 2014 Christian-horror movie. Combining elements of cinéma vérité, mainly the handheld camera, the film follows a group of 20-somethings after the events foretold in the Bible’s Book of Revelation unfold following a wedding reception. The movie is graphic in some of its imagery. As with many of these movies based on someone “documenting” the events with a video camera, the end of the film leaves many questions unresolved.

The Remaining (2014) movie

Imagine the Christian “Rapture” event as a horror film and you have The Remaining, a 2014 Christian-horror movie. Combining elements of cinéma vérité, mainly the handheld camera, the film follows a group of 20-somethings after the events foretold in the Bible’s Book of Revelation unfold following a wedding reception. The movie is graphic in some of its imagery. As with many of these movies based on someone “documenting” the events with a video camera, the end of the film leaves many questions unresolved.

The Remaining (2014) movie

Imagine the Christian “Rapture” event as a horror film and you have The Remaining, a 2014 Christian-horror movie. Combining elements of cinéma vérité, mainly the handheld camera, the film follows a group of 20-somethings after the events foretold in the Bible’s Book of Revelation unfold following a wedding reception. The movie is graphic in some of its imagery. As with many of these movies based on someone “documenting” the events with a video camera, the end of the film leaves many questions unresolved.

The Remaining (2014) movie

Imagine the Christian “Rapture” event as a horror film and you have The Remaining, a 2014 Christian-horror movie. Combining elements of cinéma vérité, mainly the handheld camera, the film follows a group of 20-somethings after the events foretold in the Bible’s Book of Revelation unfold following a wedding reception. The movie is graphic in some of its imagery. As with many of these movies based on someone “documenting” the events with a video camera, the end of the film leaves many questions unresolved.

The Remaining (2014) movie

Imagine the Christian “Rapture” event as a horror film and you have The Remaining, a 2014 Christian-horror movie. Combining elements of cinéma vérité, mainly the handheld camera, the film follows a group of 20-somethings after the events foretold in the Bible’s Book of Revelation unfold following a wedding reception. The movie is graphic in some of its imagery. As with many of these movies based on someone “documenting” the events with a video camera, the end of the film leaves many questions unresolved.

The Remaining (2014) movie

Imagine the Christian “Rapture” event as a horror film and you have The Remaining, a 2014 Christian-horror movie. Combining elements of cinéma vérité, mainly the handheld camera, the film follows a group of 20-somethings after the events foretold in the Bible’s Book of Revelation unfold following a wedding reception. The movie is graphic in some of its imagery. As with many of these movies based on someone “documenting” the events with a video camera, the end of the film leaves many questions unresolved.

The Remaining (2014) movie

Imagine the Christian “Rapture” event as a horror film and you have The Remaining, a 2014 Christian-horror movie. Combining elements of cinéma vérité, mainly the handheld camera, the film follows a group of 20-somethings after the events foretold in the Bible’s Book of Revelation unfold following a wedding reception. The movie is graphic in some of its imagery. As with many of these movies based on someone “documenting” the events with a video camera, the end of the film leaves many questions unresolved.

The Remaining (2014) movie

Imagine the Christian “Rapture” event as a horror film and you have The Remaining, a 2014 Christian-horror movie. Combining elements of cinéma vérité, mainly the handheld camera, the film follows a group of 20-somethings after the events foretold in the Bible’s Book of Revelation unfold following a wedding reception. The movie is graphic in some of its imagery. As with many of these movies based on someone “documenting” the events with a video camera, the end of the film leaves many questions unresolved.