Autumn leaves gently rustle in the October breeze as the days shorten, and the nights grow darker. It’s been three peaceful years since evil walked the streets in the sleepy town of Smithfield. Laurie Curtis and her family have finally put the nightmare of the mysterious masked villain behind them, and life has returned to normal…until tonight.
While a raging storm is heading toward them, Laurie and her husband, Michael, attempt to enjoy a quiet dinner out with friends. At home, their favorite teenage babysitter keeps an eye on their precious children. The growing storm isn’t the only thing that threatens the safety of their home tonight. The sinister shape is back! The storm cuts off all access to the infamous Curtis house, and now the race is on to rescue the children and their sitter! Will faith conquer fear once again?
The latest faith-based thriller from the producers of Pray., Pray 2: The Woods, and Paranormal, Pray 3D: The Storm is a white-knuckle roller coaster ride of stunning 3D cinema and heart-pounding suspense that will leave viewers desperate to discover if faith will conquer fear once again. The DVD comes with 3D glasses, as well as a 2D version and a 3D TV option.
I’m not much of a horror fan, mainly because they give me nightmares. This one was no exception, and this one was a Christian horror movie.
I really enjoyed Pray (the first one) the most out of the series. The main reason is because of the IMPOSSIBLE miracle that happened towards the end. I don’t know about you, but my God is the God of impossibilities and miracles and that was really brought out in the first film, therefore it was my favorite.
Now this one…what I liked the most about it, was the two girls and their Video Blog about their babysitting job. I also liked that they were watching Pray #1 while they were babysitting. There are some intense scenes and surprises.
I Love that they have a Bible Study guide to go along with the film as well.
NOW for the funny part and it involves me. Right after watching this film, I walked into the bathroom and my black cat, Twilight, was standing on our kitchen sink, with her face right at the door, so when I walked around the corner I jumped and screamed a little and then laughed and said, “I guess the movie affected me more than I thought”.
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