Film Review: “Journey To Hell”

The highly-anticipated Christian movie “JOURNEY TO HELL” will open in select theaters on July 29, 2022. The movie will first be shown in a few places, and in 10 months, it will be shown in all 50 states. “Since it’s about a Biblical hell, this film might be the most important faith-based movie ever made,” says the film’s director, Timothy Chey.

The film version of John Bunyan’s most famous classic novel, The Pilgrim’s Progress, which has the same name, has been very well received and has sold millions of copies worldwide. It is about a man who almost drowns, dreams about hell, and wakes up a new Christian man.

Here’s the trailer :

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I’m very excited and prays it comes to a city near where I live. I’ve heard great things about the film and everyone should see this.

At a film showing at Fox Studios sponsored by Epoch Times, a viewer said, “This movie opened my eyes to the fact that hell exists, which is not something my religion teaches.” Many people who have seen the movie have only good things to say about it. You can know more about  it from .

The buzz on Epoch Times was amazing. I think the reason why is there is no realization that hell exists.

Again, beginning on July 29, 2022, the film will be shown in select theaters.

Right now, it will open in Los Angeles, Phoenix, Las Vegas, Honolulu, Denver, and Colorado Springs, the film will make its way to all 50 states over the course of 10 months, and it will continue to roll out to other locations during the full year. A recent Barna poll found that only half of American Christians believe that the devil is real. In this stunning movie “JOURNEY TO HELL,” the story of a man’s trip to an absolute Biblical hell is told.


A group of surfers in Los Angeles is looking for their friend Shane Badman on a beach (John Terrell). The next thing we see is that Shane is being rushed to the hospital’s emergency room. We can’t save him now because he’s already drowned. After Shane’s wife Hannah and their friends’ funeral, we are taken to hell, where Shane’s soul is just starting to wake up. He can’t believe he’s there and thinks he’s in a nightmare instead of real life. Wow, that was a rude surprise.


Timothy Chey says, “The movie has a nice ending that is pretty inspiring.” “Unlike Bunyan’s story, ours has a happy ending. On the other hand, we show hell in all its horribleness so that people will take it seriously.” Chey says this: “CH Spurgeon said that hell is full of people who were so close to being saved. “If hell must be filled, let it be filled in the middle of our work, and let no one go there without our prayers and being warned.”

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