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The Final Storm

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Not all is well on the quiet farm where Tom, Gillian and their son Graham call home. A mysterious storm hits and before the power goes out, glimpses of weather related catastrophes on a global scale are being broadcast. Even more unsettling is how they notice that their neighbors, cars, birds, crickets - all are nowhere to be seen nor heard. Among these eerie signs, a soft spoken man named Silas stumbles onto their property, sick and cold. Maybe it is the apocalypse. The rapture. The end of days. And they re all that is left of humanity.


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  • Actors: Luke Perry, Lauren Holly, Steve Bacic
  • Directors: Uwe Boll
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Subtitled, NTSC, Color
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: R (Restricted)
  • Studio: Phase 4 Films
  • DVD Release Date: April 13, 2010
  • Run Time: 85 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (20 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0037AGBM6
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #83,499 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Compay on May 13, 2010
Format: DVD
Final Storm is better than most straight to video movies, but still doesn't totally satisfy. While I'm not a fan of the controversial Uwe Boll, I have to admit that he did a solid job directing this film.

Boll pairs up experienced TV actor Steve Bacic with Lauren Holly, who still looks hot despite knocking on 50's door. Throw Luke Perry in the mix as their mysterious visitor Silas, and you've got a movie that stands apart from Boll's other work.

So why is a movie with a decent cast, score and directing only getting three stars? The writing is inconsistent. There are two plot lines that pull you in and keep you interested: The apocalyptic changes taking place, and the identity of the strange visitor. My complaint is that the apocalypse story line is all but abandoned as the film progresses. You never get an explanation as to why some people vanish, yet others don't. And while the movie's ending is concrete, it still doesn't answer any questions.

I can sum this movie up in two words: Lost Potential. It's really intriguing from the start, but the characters all seem oddly detached from the possibility that the world might end. By the film's conclusion, you'll still be scratching your head over why certain things were happening in the movie. Final Storm had the potential of a five-star movie, had the writing delivered on all of the mystery created at the start. Watch the movie once before you consider buying the DVD.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By G. Max Gooding on December 2, 2010
Format: DVD
This movie started out with a lot of promise, but got lost along the way. It initially started like an end-times tribulation flick. But when the stranger (Luke Perry) came to the Grady's home, there was a complete re-direction of the film.

After the storm dies down, all the animals and most of the people in the town, apart from a few vagabonds, are also gone. At this point the concept of the last days also dies down.

From here on in it turns into a mild thriller, where the objective is no longer to find all the missing people or animals, but to find out who Silas (Luke Perry) really is.

In the end it is a mild action picture that seems to have lost its way, maybe because of the storm.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Richard A. Back on July 6, 2010
Format: DVD
Perhaps it was the negative or so-so reviews of "The Final Storm" which lowered my expectations of the movie but I was totally engrossed and awed by it! I will not spoil it by giving away the plotline but it has traces of "The Road" and "Cold Creek Manor" running through it from start to finish. The acting and storyline are first rate and the direction is near flawless. It is very rare that a film which deals with an end of the world scenario relies on an eerily thrilling story instead of an overabundance of FX and bloodshed. I highly recommend "The Final Storm" to any film lovers who are looking for a well paced end of days movie which contains mystery as well as suspense in a neat, fast moving hour and one half package.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By fmwaalex on December 5, 2013
Format: DVD
THE
FINAL STORM

I will admit right here and now that I am a Uwe Boll fan, yes you read that right. I will admit that some of films [mainly ones based on video games{but not all of those}] are not that great. But with that said he has made some really good ones. Films like “Postal” which is based on a game and “Rampage” among others come to mind. Luckily when this one was released it turned out to be a really good one.

Tom and Gillian Grady is a couple who live outside a small town on a farm that Tom’s dad once owned with their son. They are a nice and keep to themselves type of people trying to make their new situation work. As luck would have it there is a storm that rolls in that lasts forever it seems. During this storm a man wanders onto their land and eventually to them, they help the man out. Once he is awake the man starts speaking of the end of the world and terrible things happening in the town. Things seem to be going like the man is saying as the Grady’s neighbors seem to be missing along with other things out of place. So is this man right about everything and could he be the help they need, or is there a much darker side to this guy, a murderous side?

I have to say that I really enjoyed this little thriller here from Boll and writer Tim McGregor. This end of the world flick is a cool little low budget affair with strong performances from its cast. Steve Bacic, Lauren Holly and Cole Heppell are great as the Grady family and seem very natural together. Luke Perry is great as well as the stranger that wanders into these people’s lives. It is a very small cast but that is what makes it work.

Now I have read reviews in which people say the vanishings and apocalypse thing are never explained but that is not true.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Michael J. Tresca VINE VOICE on February 16, 2011
Format: DVD
My Tivo is an interesting beast. It loves to recommend movies for reasons that are known only to its algorithm. And to be fair, I do watch a lot of sci-fi apocalyptic movies, so when The Final Storm showed up in the queue I took the bait. Which is why I didn't know the movie was produced by...

Uwe Boll.

That's a test. Anyone who hates him has probably moved on. For the rest of us willing to give the movie a chance, here's the review:

The oddly mismatched Gradys consist of scruffy husband Tom (Steve Bacic), wide-eyed hottie Gillian (Lauren Holly) and their son Graham (Cole Heppell). Living alone on a farm, they hunker down during a terrible storm, only to discover they've lost all contact with the neighbors. Never mind that the neighbors' trailer is clearly visible across the street and at no point does anyone decide to walk over and knock on a door - it's the apocalypse, so get with the program.

As the family frets between staying and leaving, a stranger awakens in their midst with no memory of his past. That stranger is none other than Luke Perry as Silas Hendershot, looking for work and enunciating all his lines like an Amish farmer. Something terrible has happened in the outside world, and Hendershot slowly undermines Tom's role as patriarch by being stalwart, dependable, and helpful around the house. When things go south, it seems hardworking men will once again become a desirable commodity.

But Tom isn't going to go down without a fight. Surly, often drunk, and prone to stupid explorations on his own, Tom discovers that the nearby town is filled with violent thugs. There's evidence everywhere that people just disappeared. What happened?

It becomes clear that Hendershot's intentions are less than pure towards Mrs.
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