Item description for Invisible Enemies by Creative Youth Res...
Overview A college student takes a walk around the block with a friend and stumbles across a pair of glasses. He doesn't realize it at the time, but when he puts them on, these glasses will allow him to see a dimension he never knew existed...A spiritual battle going on all around him...A world he will now be able to see. A world full of...demons. Approximate running time of 38 minutes.
One of the highest quality Christian films ever produced, this spiritual warfare thriller follows a young man who finds a pair of glasses which allows him to see the demonic world. This motion picture certainly brings to the forefront the serious spiritual battle all around us and has some good insight as to how it all works. Suspenseful!
- Cast: Jason Guess, Kellee Robin
- Writers: Bill Muir, Jim Hancock, Stephen Bowlby, Stephen Vidano
- Producers: Susie Scott, Rick Sieben, Bill Muir
- Directors: Stephen Bowlby, Stephen Vidano
- 38 Minutes, Drama
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Record Label Christiano Film Group
Format Closed-captioned / Color / DVD / NTSC
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.3" Width: 5.3" Height: 0.6" Weight: 0.2 lbs.
Binding DVD Video
Release Date May 1, 2006
Publisher Dave Christiano Films
ISBN 5559311502 ISBN13 9785559311500 UPC 824483001190
Reviews - What do customers think about Invisible Enemies?
I'm so happy about the creation of this movie! Oct 9, 2009
I caught the last half of this movie one night while watching TBN. It was soo interesting and even the little bit I saw was full of wisdom. It has allowed me to see where those invisible enemies are working in my own life and I will not let them have their sneaky way anymore. They really are all around and their only agenda is to do evil and make/force others to do evil whether it be in your thoughts or your actions or the way you talk to and about other people.
Their only agenda is to kill, steal, and destroy! There is NOTHING at all good about those enemies. They just go around looking for the slightest little or wide door opening in someone's life so that they can influence or even possess a person and rule their lives. NONE OF THEIR POWER IS GREATER THAN THE POWER OF JESUS CHRIST! Jesus is the name above every name.
This movie makes it clear that we need to be fully armored so that we can fight the battle. :) Go in victory. You're way above them if you have Jesus Christ. Use His power to fight against those Invisible Enemies.
Demon-possessed film Dec 3, 2007
I love this kind of movie, but this one is the worst I've ever seen. The "special effects" of demons were laughable, as was the directing and "acting". Very disappointing.
Well... May 26, 2007
The acting is fairly questionable, in general. It is a very early example of Jason Guess's work, and he's really cute with hair. REALLY cute. I am, however, biased. The special effects are really quite humorous. The plot, well, is thin. The frequent references to Jesus are confusing and have little grounding in the rest of the story. Good for an amusing half hour and some priceless quotations. "It's like the devil's collecting souls, and he's got like a zillion ways to do it. He's trying to destroy us". It's pretty funny. Oh, and Trip? What a name!
Spiritual Warfare Conversation Starter... Jan 21, 2007
Invisible Enemies is about the unseen involvement of demons in the ordinary affairs of people. This ugly realm is seen thru the lens of a special pair of glasses found by the lead character. When he puts on the glasses it's like a 6th sense kicks in enabling him to know, see and hear things (evil things) he couldn't naturally; for example, when driving by a house he can hear the arguing of a couple. The 1980s fashion styles might seem odd for a DVD released in 2005, but it's no mistake, and it will make sense by the movie's end. There's nothing complex about this low-budget flick that doesn't get much into the particulars of the devil's schemes, as do the books Screwtape Letters or Lord Foulgrin's Letters, but it's short enough and to the point enough to serve as a good conversation starter for a youth Bible study or a family discussion for pre-teens and up.
(For anyone interested in a much deeper, know-thy-enemy, personally equipping work of spiritual warfare fiction (though an audio not a DVD), I cannot recommend highly enough the audio version of "Lord Foulgrin's Letters" by Randy Alcorn. Best heard, not just read, a sample is available for listening by clicking this site's link for the audio download listing of Lord Foulgrin's Letters.)