Tiresome mumbo jumbo about the apocalypse brought on by biblical signs, reversible only if the heroine (Demi Moore), a pregnant woman, gives up her life for her baby. The real blasphemy of this plodding horror tale is that, no matter how flat-footed the script (W.W. Wichet and George Kaplan) and direction (Carl Schultz) are, they make God out to be an auteur who could take lessons from, say, Edward D. Wood Jr. Do yourself a favor and avoid this one like the plague. With Michael Biehn, Peter Friedman, and Jurgen Prochnow.