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Language: English
Category: Movie / Documentary / History
Original Title: Four Blood Moons
Director: Kieth Merrill
Writers: Rick Eldridge,Jimmy Hager
Released: 2015
Budget: $1,500,000
Duration: 1h 24min
Video type: Movie
It is rare that science, history and scripture align with each other, yet the last three series of Four Blood Moons have done exactly that. Are these the "signs" that God refers to in the Bible? If they are, what do they mean? What is their significance for us today? In his riveting and highly acclaimed book, Pastor John Hagee explores the supernatural connection of certain celestial events to biblical prophecy-and to the future of God's chosen people and to the nations of the world. In the movie "Four Blood Moons," produced by Rick Eldridge and directed by the Academy Award Winner, Kieth Merrill; these veteran filmmakers illustrate this fascinating phenomenon in a very compelling docu-drama. Cinematic recreations of historical events from the United States, Israel and throughout the Middle East; along with expert testimonials from scientists, historians and religious scholars, are used to illustrate this story told in narrative format by a celebrity host. Just as in biblical times, ...


Credited cast:
Cameron Amari Cameron Amari - Punisher #2
Jane Bailey Jane Bailey - Ship Settler
Darryl Baldwin Darryl Baldwin - Punisher #1
Perry Ball Perry Ball - Israeli Villager
David Barton David Barton - Himself
Gary Bauer Gary Bauer - Himself
Ryan Charles Bennett Ryan Charles Bennett - Israeli Soldier
Dalton Bequette Dalton Bequette - U.S. Paratrooper
Mark Biltz Mark Biltz - Himself
Alex Blum Alex Blum - Ship Sailor
William Boykin William Boykin - Himself (as Lt. General William Boykin)
Andrew Brittle Andrew Brittle - Ship Sailor
Stacy Broadstone Stacy Broadstone - Ship Settler
Stephen Mackenzie Brown Stephen Mackenzie Brown - Heavenly Angel
Michael Campbell Michael Campbell - Ship Settler

Reviews: [7]

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    First off I was very upset because everyone who was portrayed in the movie to attack the Israeli military was dressed in marine corps desert utility cammies and being a marine I was offended. Besides that the movie was very knowledgeable when it came to both science and biblical viewing of the blood moons. It was more of a documentary and I think that should have been made clearer in the trailer but it wasn't a negative side of anything. The movie was long and seemed to drag on a bit and seemed to be repetitive at some points. I would have enjoyed it more with better animations but I'm not complaining. Overall I was glad to go but I wouldn't go again
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    Some one just wanted to sell a book. The only one of interest was the scientist who stated if you put enough numbers together you can prove anything. I listed and watched but all it was is a bunch of mini stories without any meat. When they are trying to prove something they need to have dates, people who supported the theory, who did the results, etc.

    They made a lot of statements but no proof nor any documentations other then I said it so it must be true.

    Not worth the money plus they charged more for this showing then others. We also had to listen to the local pastor who got up there and was trying to get us to join his Church- not cool.
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    Interesting docudrama, highlights the hand of God within Israel, and the Jewish people. Proves Bible prophecy of the restoration of the land of Israel belonging to the Jewish people took place in 1948. Good that they gave a platform to both scientists, historians, journalists Rabbis and Christian Pastors. However, the information Pastor Hagee tries to get across is grossly in error. He is trying to match blood moon Tetrads with events that involve the Jews. He's off on 2 of 3 examples he gives. While he says that bloods moons are astronomy and not astrology, what he is doing in fact is the very definition of astrology, which is to take astronomical events and apply them to human events and use these events as predictions. Hagee is trying to match this blood moon Tetrad (2014-2015) to bible prophecy.

    As far as the panel discussion which follows the film, which I highly recommend listening to, the scientist wins the debate hands down. His understanding of both science and bible prophecy outshines Hagee's fundamentalism and irrational fears.

    This blood moon hype is just that, more hype & sensationalism than substance. It's Astrology, pure and simple. If you're into that, then go see this film. While Hagee has a heart for the Jewish People, and he is sincere, he is however, sincerely wrong about matching this Tetrad with Joel 2:31.
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    Alright, I rarely enter these conversations, but just can't pass by this one. I watched the entire movie, but have not read the book. I know the book's author, and can assure you he's for real. He's in the movie, is a Baptist preacher in San Antonio, and does definitely believe in Jesus.

    That being said, here are some facts that might help any viewers or readers get a handle on the information being presented in the movie:

    1. The claim is made that the Grand Inquisitor, Torquemada, was Jewish. That is not true. His ancestors may have been Jews that were forced to convert to Catholicism, but he was born Catholic and entered the priesthood of his own accord.

    2. A total eclipse of the moon is always perceived from the earth as red tinted. So, all total solar eclipses are blood moons. Nothing special about the color...nothing special about blood moon tetrads.

    3. For purposes regarding Judaism and Israel, the important information was that the occurrence of a tetrad is an indicator of something bad happening for Israel/Jews...not something positive and good. But, be that as it may, on to tetrads...

    4. Speaking about tetrads...occasionally 4 total lunar eclipses will occur in a row. Since the year 2000 b.c.e. there have been 110 tetrads (up to the year 2000). Not all that common, but they do occur. For statistics purposes, the movie presents the data for only the 20th century, which is: 1909-1910; 1927-1928; 1949-1950; 1967- 1968; 1985-1986.

    5. So, here you are...the only one of these 20th century tetrads that could be relevant is 1967/68, with 67 being the Six Day War, which was not, overall, negative for Israel. Using 49/50 is playing fast and loose with the data, as the state was created, and declared its independence in 1948. It's cheating, and bad science, to push the event into the next year. And that's it. THAT is the data on which a book, movie, and religious belief are based???

    6. More tetrad fun: 110 tetrads between 2000 bce and 2000 ce...the entire span of what is traditionally considered Jewish history. Guess, just guess, how many tetrads there have been that have forewarned about any of these events: the Exodus, 13th century bce; David's conquest of Jerusalem in 1000bce; the Assyrian destruction of Israel in 722/721bce; the Babylonian destruction of Judah in 586bce; the return from exile in about 537bce, proclaimed by Cyrus of Persia; the Hanukkah rebellion against Greece (167bce); the BIRTH OF Jesus!!; the destruction of the Temple in Jerusalem by Rome (70); the final war against Judah (the Bar Kochba Rebellion) in 132; ALL of the Crusades (from 1096 through 1272); ALL of the years of the Holocaust (1932-1945); and, just to add another, the Yom Kippur War of 1973. Go ahead, guess. NONE!!! No tetrads in all those events...not a single one.

    So, if you're looking for data about this stuff, there you are. ONE...just ONE tetrad out of 110. That's, oh, could randomly guess and score better.

    Sorry to be so long, but people should understand that this movie and book are pure religious agenda, trying to convince a reader/watcher that the agenda (which is pretty much purely Christian) is true. All it takes is a little research, (which most people will not do), and one can tell that they're really a deceptive and shameful waste.
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    I've no quarrel with "true believers." Freedom to pursue any ideology is part and parcel of our democratic system in the good US of A. However, when religionists line up a battery of so-called "experts" who are no more that other religionists, and in this case a pro-Israel agenda and try to pass it off with a patina of "science," that's when they step on the side of being egregiously offensive.

    The entire episode is laced with fantasy, anecdotal reported incidents and in some cases, pure nonsense. Sure, I should have known that this would slanted but ugh! Why didn't they tell us it would completely topsy-turvy?

    If you're a true believer, you'll like this movie. As a scientist who is pro-Israel, I hated it.
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    This is complete and utter trash and it is the worst thing I have ever had the misfortune to sit through (even worse than Mamma Mia! and I didn't think anything could get any worse than that). I'm only giving it a 1 star rating because that is the lowest IMDb will allow me to rate it. It. is. terrible. A bunch of narrow minded religious old white men sitting around discussing a bunch of b.s. I am no longer a Christian but even if I was I would find this movie horrible. I wanted to leave multiple times and the only reason I didn't was the people I went to see it with. You may get a history lesson out of it, but that's it (probably not even that, it's that bad). Please never give these people any more money for movies.
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    Several men make appearances in this movie saying; "The Bible says this and the Bible says that and all kinds of Bible prophecy were fulfilled in modern times by the nation of Israel.

    I know what the Bible says and you can't just pluck Bible verses out of context and use them to support a pet viewpoint. For example, many times when God speaks to Israel by means of the prophets he describes a lot of things that He will do for them if they will just turn back to him and stop worshipping false gods etc. To say that such a verse is a prophecy that was fulfilled in 1948 is really taking a trip off the reservation.

    Also the star that appeared to the magi when Jesus was born was not a heavenly sign from God. These magi were astrologers, which was condemned by God in the law to Moses. God wouldn't give them signs. These magi were instructed by Herod to report back to him the location of Jesus because Herod wanted to kill Jesus and Satan was the one who wanted Herod to succeed. The star was from Satan, not God.

    Don't let people who don't know the Bible tell you what the Bible says. Many Jews don't even accept much of the Bible as the word of God. The New Testament explains how Jesus death redeemed all mankind and after Peter went to the home of Cornelius, baptism by holy spirit came upon non-Jews and salvation was opened up to all believers. This meant that the Jews stopped being a uniquely "chosen" people of God. Sadly there are many seemingly knowledgeable so-called Bible scholars who promote personal beliefs and hand-pick select verses from the Bible to provide seeming support of these views.