The Apocalypse Trailer

The Apocalypse Trailer (2007)

01 January 2007 Action, Sci-Fi 94 mins

In this epic disaster film of faith, a mother and father search for their only child as a giant asteroid headed for Earth triggers a series of apocalyptic events.

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Cast

Rhett Giles

as Jason

Jill Stapley

as Ashley

Tom Nagel

as Andrew

Crew

International Titles

2012 Armageddon Trailer

International Releases Dates

Germany 22 September 2011

United States 01 January 2007

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