While the production budget for this movie was obviously not very high, the movie did present an interesting, alternative explanation for UFO's. Many may find the message uncomfortable, but it is meant to make one consider their eternal fate. Some may consider this movie to be a bit preachy, but if it is watched with an open mind, it may change a person's life. Where a person ends up when they die is an important question for all of us, and this is part of the movie's focus. The UFO aspect is explained in a biblical way, and attention is focused on the eternal. Having some knowledge of the Bible will make this movie a bit more understandable for the viewer.
It is certainly not the best movie I have ever watched, but it is not the worst. I find other reviews to be interesting because many of the reviewers are offended by the Christian themes. It is funny how those who claim that Christians should be tolerant have little tolerance themselves when a Christian viewpoint is presented. We are bombarded every day by messages in movies that are not in line with Christian ideals. This movie simply presents a Christian idea about paranormal phenomena, and then presents the Christian viewpoint on eternal life. Yes, the characters are not completely realistic, the production is not awesome, and the writing is not perfect. But, all is not lost.
The real gem of this movie is the very real question that it forces every viewer to make: Where do you stand with God, and not just any so called god, but where do you stand in your relationship with Jesus?
Review by deberic from the Internet Movie Database.