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By Peretti Frank (Actor), Edward Furlong (Actor), Kelly Lynch (Actor), Randy Travis (Actor), Richard Tyson (Actor) & Robby Henson (Director)
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Record Label   20th Century Fox
Format   Closed-captioned / Color / DVD / NTSC
Est. Packaging Dimensions:   Length: 7.56" Width: 5.18" Height: 0.58"
Weight:   0.25 lbs.
Binding  DVD Video
Release Date   Sep 9, 2008
Publisher   WORD ACCT# W41160193
Age  12
ISBN  5558624353  
EAN  9785558624359  
UPC  024543222316  

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This supernatural thriller, based on Frank Peretti's best-selling novel, will grip you with suspense. Miracles are happening in the sleepy town of Antioch, and everyone is talking about the mysterious stranger with the healing hands. 'He is coming,' proclaim his disciples, but who is this charismatic stranger? Is this 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 who's lost his faith to confront his own inner demons and unlock the shocking secret of The Visitation in this electrifying thriller. Based on the best-selling novel by Frank Peretti. From blockbuster producer Ralph Winter (X-Men, X2, Fantastic Four).

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When a mysterious stranger arrives in the sleepy town of Antioch, his ability to perform miracles provokes tension among the locals. Ushering the sick and desperate into his revival tent with a pair of healing hands, he wins dozens of disciples who declare him a prophet. But there are just as many townsfolk who believe him to be a fraud -- or even the devil himself. Can a former minister who's lost his faith sort out the shocking truth?
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Strong Start But Sputters Near the End  Nov 30, 1999
This movie gets off to a great start. People in the town of Antioch have visions of three men who perform miracles in their lives and announce that "He is coming." The town is stirred with excitement.

The leader of the three is Brandon Nichols, and his charismatic persona, his miracles, and his nail scarred hands have followers filled with frenzy. Could this be the Christ?

But a chain of events and second thoughts move an ex-minister and a veterinarian to pursue the truth about Brandon. The conclusion of the film is somewhat less than satisfying and maddeningly leaves a few loose ends behind.

But it was definitely a thrilling, scary film, especially the first half.
Last Days are Here!  Nov 30, 1999
I love Frank Peretti and have read most of his adult books. Visitation is a thriller and true to the Bible. There will be many false prophets in the last days. And we all need to be aware of the spiritual battles going on in our everyday lives. Jesus said to watch and pray that we may not fall into temptation. Good for Older teenagers and adults. I think it would scare my young children. So they will have to wait a few years to see this one.
Christian Movie  Nov 30, 1999
The movie was very interesting, just felt it could have followed the book a little closer.
an ok movie...  Nov 30, 1999
I knew when I watched *The Visitation* that I had read a book of a similar plot. I was right when I read the reviews here...from Frank E. Peretti's "The Visitation". It had been YEARS since I've read the book. He became quite popular with the release of "This Present Darkness" and "Piercing the Darkness", which involved battles between angels and demons.

I trust the other reviewers when they say that *The Visitation* deviated BIG TIME from the book. Remember that "The Visitation" was a Christian novel. (I have the book somewhere in the basement.) Even though the movie was "Christian" in a sense, there were some elements that were removed to make it less "preachy". Recalling the story, I was disappointed that there were no battles between angels and demons. I guess that was too "preachy". One will not actually see a demon here, other than flies coming out of people's mouths when rebuked or eyes being of an unnatural color.

Nonetheless, it was an interesting movie to watch. There were a couple of scenes that will give you a little jump. There isn't anything too gory like you would see on CSI.

Simple movie with a simple plot...
The Gospel Against Procrastination--Never Put Off Your Evil Plot Until Tomorrow When You Can Do It Today  Nov 30, 1999
I went into "The Visitation" with the preconceived notion that it was some sort of Christian propaganda--just from what I've read about it. I was not familiar with the book and had little knowledge of the movie's story. I was, then, completely surprised that I didn't find it "preachy," nor did I think it had a strong religious agenda whatsoever. It was just a mild supernatural thriller, the context of which just happened to be religious.

And while I thought I might not like "The Visitation," I was pleased to see Martin Donovan in the lead and a bizarre Edward Furlong hamming it up. I was, in equal part, entertained and annoyed with the story, because to really enjoy this film--you have to put your brain on hold. It's an odd situation, really--one that I haven't encountered very often. The thing that keeps this movie from being very good is the same thing that keeps it from being really bad. While that may not initially make sense, let me try to elucidate.

"The Visitation" lacks a certain amount of logic and believability in its plotting. If the story wasn't set in modern day, it definitely would have worked better. But this movie is set in the world of Internet, cell phones, and mass media--and that just raises all kinds of problems. For example, take the "healer" who may be Christ himself. He raises dead dogs, cures paralysis and blindness, eliminates scars. He does become a local celebrity, but does this town exist in a vacuum? In reality, we know a media circus and throngs of believers in a religious fervor would descend upon that town. In the day when a grilled cheese sandwich with the image of Jesus' face makes international news, it seems odd no one is particularly interested in the Second Coming. He has also adopted several different personas within a relatively small geographical area--so if he was ever on TV or the Internet, he would likely have been identified much earlier. In fact, after a slew of "miracles," his first tent meeting is attended only by about 20 people--even Kevin Federline would draw more of a crowd.

So while this is completely implausible, it is just this that keeps the movie from completely derailing. By keeping things localized, the film is able to present itself as a tidy little thriller. The deranged and gullible townspeople provide a lot of amusement, especially the more overwrought they become. I'm not sure I ever understood just what the villain's agenda was--I know he needed a kill, I'm not sure why he had to torment the town (he didn't do that any other time). It's never made clear what is different in this instance. Ultimately, though, I actually enjoyed most of this film as a cheesy bit of fluff. It's fun in a campy, bad movie sort of way--and I'd probably even recommend it.

You could do worse, and when you see the movie, I hope you'll understand my title to this review. KGHarris, 11/06.

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