After Death

A gripping documentary exploring the afterlife based on real near-death experiences, conveyed by scientists, authors, and survivors.

  • Released:
  • Runtime: 103 minutes
  • Genre: Documentaries, Drama
  • Stars: Nick McCloud, Koko Marshall, Nicholas Saenz, Raymond Moody, Doug Lito, Don Piper, Drew Neal Horton, Michael Jovanovski, Kate Duffy, Fabian Jaime
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  • adamlukegregory - 9 February 2024
    Lack of facts to case studies
    Main thing i want to mention. Regarding case study of the plane crash. If he can see the site as from above as a spirit, his co pilot clearly died, so why could he not see him? In spirit mode? Or not even discussed? Which imo if all true, its means after death is only unique to an individual, and not another world or joint state, which to me means all case studies are just our brains chemically adapting to fact they are ending. Also, im sure there must be un happy experiences which not mentioned which would actually help create interesting takes. Also if after life is that great and as they say dont feel nothing then why come back? Opinions welcome.
  • twlinney-01436 - 16 November 2023
    Requardless of where you stand this movie will definitely have you thinking. Very compelling many will probably discount it as dreaming or just the brain being over active but after some of the interviews it puts that thought dead in the water. I took my wife and 3 kids. Their attention was held the whole time. I have seen a lot of near death experience interviews and people talking about it on YouTube but not with the actual doctors who were there while they were going through the experience they were speaking about. Angel studios have come up with a lot of movies that has been good family entertainment but I can't say this is entertainment.
  • rachelnstephens - 9 November 2023
    A movie for Christians by Christians
    This movie seriously misses the mark in trying to be a convincing proselytising tool to get unbelievers to convert to Christianity. As a Christian married to an atheist, time and again, Christian films are inadvertently made to make the Christian who brings a non-Christian to see the film feel warm and fuzzy, while being wholy unconvincing to non-Christians.

    It was my athiest husband who reserved tickets to this film, not me. As I assumed, he walked out after the end of the film thinking they were all liars. I don't blame him. The film was disjointed and glossed over a lot of science.

    For example, a woman has surgery but they supposedly purposely had her dead on the operating table for an hour? How did they do that? How did they know she'd have a near death experience or that she'd comeback? They drained her blood and did some sort of brain surgery? As far as I know, a patient is awake during brain surgery so that they can gauge how the patient is faring.

    My husband said that whole part seemed like a lie. I wasn't convinced by the fact that the doctor said that his patient said that she saw tools that looked like her "dad's socket set." Well, you're having surgery. Common sense says that tools will be there. Also her chart may have had information regarding her surgery, so it just felt bogus.

    The guy at the end really was not a good fit for this film. My husband said it was weird how he became "best friends" with his abusive dad to the dismay of his mom and sisters. Supposedly Jesus told him that his purpose is to love others. Sure, Jesus Himself in the Bible said that the whole law hangs upon loving God and loving our neighbours, but there's slightly more to Christian salvation than simply loving people. Not only that, the movie completely glossed over why he had a bad relationship with his wife and kids before his accident, and afterwards, when he "became a zealot" about telling everyone about his love mission from Jesus, his kids "didn't respect (his) experience" and his now-ex-wife "poisoned" his kids against him and now they want nothing to do with the Bible. I'm seeing a real lack of accountability on his part on the continued breakdown of his relationship with his wife and kids. His "testimony" made my husband agree with him in that "people think he's crazy."

    Theologically, this film is lacking. Scientifically, this film leaves the skeptic unfulfilled.

    Stop making Christian proselytising movies for people who are already Christian. We are the wrong audience. Start screening your unfinished films to athiests only and go from there.