In the latest episode of the Screen One Interview, we sit down and talk to Kevin Sorbo, who is the director and star of the recently released Left Behind: Rise of the Antichrist, which is available from 101 films.
We talk to Kevin about the film, his role, the challenges of making a Christian apocalyptic movie for today’s audiences, it’s recpetption and the challenges of working with your wife and family. We also, reminisce on his time on the popular TV series Hercules: The Legendary Journeys and much more.
You can also check out the Screen One review of Kevin Sorbo in Left Behind: Rise of the Antichrist HERE
Based on the internationally renowned New York Times best-selling books from Tim LaHaye and Jerry B. Jenkins, which have seen sales in-excess-of 80 million copies, the new feature follows the incredible results of the immensely popular Left Behindfilm trilogy that has seen sales of more than 10 million videos and continues to generate vast returns more than 20 years after the original release, earning 1.2 million dollars between 2019 and 2021.
The world is in a state of devastation. Millions of people have suddenly vanished across the globe and humanity is heading for unprecedented and unrelenting chaos.
Uncompromising evil is unleashed, and the world is plunged into a state of emergency. With financial markets collapsing, governments being toppled and a global lockdown in place… those left behind are forced to choose a side. The stakes for survival have never been higher… could they be facing the Rise of The Antichrist?
When a supposed expert claims that a second wave of devastation is imminent… news anchor Cameron ‘Buck’ Williams (Greg Perrow) makes it his mission to disprove her theory.
Going against his boss Steve Plank (Corbin Bernsen) and the network, Buck teams up with hacker Dirk Burton (Stafford Perry) and together, they stumble into a conspiracy to take control of the global money supply led by corrupt billionaire media magnate Jonathan Stonagal (Neal McDonough).
At the same time, Buck’s girlfriend, Chloe Steele (Sarah Fisher) and her father, Rayford Steele (Kevin Sorbo), have taken a different path. Rayford believes that his wife’s and all the other disappearances is the work of the almighty… he’s convinced it’s The Rapture.
Desperate for answers in a world where the Bible has been censored and vilified, Ray searches to find the truth. Can it be found before the ultimate destruction?
Make sure you’re not Left Behind and watch this unmissable action-packed apocalyptic thriller.
Left Behind: Rise of the Anti-Christ arrives on digital 13 March 2023 and on DVD and Blu-ray 27 March 2023