The Mark (2012 film)

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The Mark
Directed byJames Chankin
Produced byJames Chankin
David A.R. White
Russell Wolfe
StarringCraig Sheffer
Gary Daniels
Sonia Couling
Ivan Kamaras
Eric Roberts
Art Supawatt Purdy
Music byEdwin Wendler
Edited byVance Null
Distributed byPure Flix Entertainment
Release date
  • October 16, 2012 (2012-10-16)
Running time
94 minutes
CountryUnited States
Budget$1.5 million

The Mark is a 2012 Christian film about the Rapture, directed by James Chankin and starring Craig Sheffer.[1]


Chad Turner (Craig Sheffer) is implanted with a biometric computer chip (the Mark of the Beast). The Rapture occurs, and Joseph Pike (Gary Daniels) searches for Turner in hopes of gaining control of the Mark. Cooper (Eric Roberts), the security head of the company that created the chip, Avanti; is held hostage by Pike in order to locate Turner. Chad Turner must stay alive against all odds and keep the chip from falling into the wrong hands.



A sequel titled The Mark 2: Redemption was released in 2013, taking place right after the ending of the first film. The plot follows the main cast from the first film right after the events of the last film, just as the Antichrist rises to power. The film features all of the original cast reprising their roles. The ending of the film hints for a sequel, but none has been confirmed as of yet.


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