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  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.77:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: PG-13 (Parental Guidance Suggested)
  • Studio: Starz / Anchor Bay
  • DVD Release Date: April 2, 2013
  • Run Time: 91 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (63 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00AQSN620
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #45,009 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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When bizarre radiation storms suddenly erupt, defense systems are wiped out, polar outposts are incinerated and space debris blasts holes clear through our planet. Now a tough federal agent (Robert Knepper of "Prison Break" and "Heroes"), a cool government scientist (Julia Benson of "SGU Stargate Universe"), and his rebel genius son (Cameron Bright of THE TWILIGHT SAGA) have uncovered a magnetospheric nightmare that could stop the Earth's rotation. Do a disgraced inventor (Bruce Davison of "Lost") and an archaic satellite hold the sole keys to our survival, or is the clock ticking towards the annihilation of mankind? Julia Maxwell ("Supernatural"), Michael Kopsa ("Fringe") and Roark Critchlow ("Pretty Little Liars") co-star in this intense apocalypse shocker that Brusimm.com calls "probably one of the smartest movies that has aired on Syfy in a long time!"

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One of the best science fiction films I had ever seen.
Arthur Bernstein
It had great effects, a great story, good acting, and it's realistic.
Mark E. Ailes
It's not just a bad B movie, it's a really bad B movie.
Bill Pitt

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25 of 25 people found the following review helpful By ERSInk . com on April 8, 2013
Format: Blu-ray
If you've seen one SyFy Channel Original Movie, then you know what to expect from all of them. The simple formula consists of a couple of familiar television or genre actors, some type of otherworldly threat or attack, and some budget special effects that aren't quite as bad as what we get with The Asylum's movies. However, they still don't quite live up to the expectations set forth by years of watching films crafted with the help of ILM.

"Earth's Final Hours" is no different except for a premise that isn't quite as hard to swallow as an alien attack or over-used as a giant asteroid on a collision course with Earth. Don't get me wrong; matter from an asteroid figures into the story. It's just not the size we're used to from years of movies like "Meteor," "Armageddon," and "Deep Impact."

The dense matter from a white hole in "Earth's Final Hours" is about the size of a soft ball and hits one side of the planet and exits through the other. This causes Earth's rotation to stop, leaving one side facing the sun to fry while the other freezes in darkness. One stripe down the middle of the planet will be inhabitable. Government officials want only the world's finest to gain a spot in this limited "Green Zone." A group of CIA agents and scientists are more concerned with saving everyone by finding a way to set the Earth's rotation back to normal.

I admit the concept behind "Earth's Final Hours" is way more intriguing than another film serving us more of the same collision course / end of the world fodder we're used to. Instead of pieces of flaming rock smashing into buildings and people, we get solar beams and flares that burn up everything in their paths.

The problem lies in the pacing of the movie.
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22 of 24 people found the following review helpful By blackaciddevil on April 6, 2013
Format: DVD
Bizarre radiation storms erupt when space debris blasts a hole clear through the planet. A federal agent, his son and a government scientist uncover a magnetospheric nightmare that begins to stop the Earth's rotation. Our only hope lies in these three to save all mankind.

Sure, it has your basic end-of-the world plot that you see in movies like this. Course, most of them hardly ever make any sense. Despite the fact that it, too doesn't make too much sense; it is a pretty good movie. Robert Knepper, Julia Benson, Cameron Bright, Bruce Davison, Michael Kopsa, Roark Critchlow and Julia Maxwell all brought believable performances to their respectable roles. The cinematography and whatnot was great. Special effects and CGI were great enough that they would rival any seen in a multi-million dollar movie(which is saying alot considering this was, indeed, a SyFy movie that aired way back in 2011).

There wasn't anything of note that I had any gripe with. Honestly, I wish more SyFy movies were made like this. Heck, I wish more disaster movies were made like this. I really liked it and enjoyed it. Recommended? You bet.
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17 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Mark E. Ailes on April 7, 2013
Format: DVD
I just read a stupid review after seeing this movie about this movie being leftwing, accusative. What is this person talking about. He obviously is trying to start trouble. This movie is an on the edge of your seat disaster film. It had great effects, a great story, good acting, and it's realistic. This will be one of those movies I watch over and over.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By David Bower VINE VOICE on January 25, 2014
Format: Blu-ray
I don't think I will be spoiling the movie for you when I tell you up front the earth survives thanks to the determined efforts of a small group of people who won't take no for an answer. The problem they face is earth has been struck by a small but powerful projectile which penetrated and passed through the earth coming out on the other side and is causing the earth's rotation to slowly come to a stop. When that happens earth's magnetic shield will collapse and one side of the earth will be constantly exposed to the sun while the other side will be exposed only to the darkness of space.

The only available solution seems to involve the work of a man who, 15 years earlier, had been put in protective confinement (jail) supposedly for his own good and had been declared insane by government officials. The government determines that after the earth's rotation has stopped there will be a narrow band of habitable land surrounding the earth where darkness meets light. The government's plan is to use this man's work to make this band habitable and to limit access to those selected as worthy by the government.

Our small group of heroes bellieves the man's device can be used to start the earth's rotation again and save everybody. Most of the movie is about these two factions each seeking control of the man and his device, shooting at each other and trying to survive the increasing chaos produced by the gradual slowing of the earth's rotation.

Overall the movie moves at a good pace but does get bogged down at the end. I've seen it once now and will probably not want to watch it again although I'm glad I invested the time in watching it once.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By videooo on February 26, 2014
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Earths Final Hours - I don't really think of these rental films in terms of star ratings any longer, I judge them in terms of what’s currently killing Netflix and that is – how bad is this Flick and how much did I get stuck renting it for !

Right now films the other guys are streaming are so bad that Blockbuster, Target, Walmart and the others toss junk like “Earths Final Hours” into a great big bin of ten for a dollar buy them now garbage cans, cause they certainly could not ever rent them.

Earths Final Hours falls into this big ten for a dollar junk Flick bin category, but unfortunately I paid $2.99 to watch this piece of trash.

The low budget production “lets put the cameraman on roller-skates” technique to simulate action in the action scenes was used way-too often and Amateuristiclly at best. The plot, Simple Simon, to easy to say, Saw that coming, that’s just plain stupid, or why did he do that - that don’t make no-sense no-how – no-way kept slap’n me up-side the head. I almost didn’t make it to the end.

If yer look’n for a film to buy or rent and the price on Earths Final Hours is greater than Ten-Cents pass and find a different Flick!
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