Vanished: Left Behind – Next Generation – Midnight Screenings

Time for a review of the latest Left Behind reboot, this time marketing it as a Twilight-esque YA film.

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6 comments

  1. Wow, having Phelan in Brad’s videos is like having some unofficial CA reunion.

  2. I’ve never heard of this before. That’s another reason why I occasionally watch Midnight Screenings: review for movies even I’ve never heard of. I’m going to try and do the math. I’m an adult now and I was a huge Twilight fan in middle school. They’re trying to cash in on the Twilight craze now? Nope, doesn’t make sense. One last thing: Flynn is a name. It’s not common but it’s a real name.

  3. Oh, from the title I thought this was two movies.

  4. Cinnamon Scudworth

    These religious efforts can be notoriously slow. They were coming out with Christian ripoffs of Goosebumps books around 1999.

    And yes, such a thing existed.

  5. How could anyone fall for the super evil guy? Are you talking about Trump and his evangelical support?

  6. So, its Twilight, but its “not Twilight” where there is no Emo Vampires or Werewolves lusting after a boring human girl: Just ordinary boring two dudes lusting after a ordinary boring human girl?

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