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Revelation Road 2: The Sea of Fire and Glass Brings a Cohort of Villains to the Screen September 10th

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Pure Flix Entertainment and director Gabriel Sabloff have released promotional details for their upcoming film, Revelation Road 2: The Sea of Glass and Fire. This post-apocalyptic thriller will release on home entertainment formats in September. And, the film envisions a nightmarish future.

In the not too distant future, the Rapture begins. Evil emerges from the deserts surrounding the small town of Independence. There is only one person that can stop local bikers, cannibals and looters from tearing Independence down, Josh McManus (David A. R. White). But, he will need allies to stop this growing horde.

Revelation Road 2 is a Christian themed film, with several villainous actors. Former linebacker Brian Bosworth stars as the film’s main black hat, Hawg. WCW star and former wrestler Sting (Steve Borden) also stars, along with creepy ex-con actor Dave Vescio. All three of these men will bring terror and death to Josh’s front door. Fans of thrillers can view the first trailer for the film here.

Release Date: September 10th, 2013 (DVD, Blu-ray).

Director: Gabriel Sabloff. Writers: Sean Paul Myrphy and Gabriel Sabloff.

Cast: Brian Bosworth, Eric Roberts Logan White, Dave Vescio, David A.R. White, Ray Wise, Steve Borden, Roberta Bassin, Noell Coet, and Jen Lilley.

The trailer for Revelation Road 2 is here:

*the film’s fan page is listed in the Source section.

Written by 28DLA

(Contributor) Michael Allen is the central writer for horror and review site 28DLA. Here, Michael contemplates indie horror, classic horror and sometimes major horror releases. We also review horror titles, write commentaries, talk about post-apocalyptic television and interview horror talent. Stop by for a visit and give us your take on horror!

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