02 February 2014

Unstoppable by Kirk Cameron, DVD and GIVEAWAY

  • ASIN: B00HYFNT34
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only)
  • Release Date: January 28, 2014
    Run Time: 65 minutes

From Amazon's Editorial:

Starring Kirk Cameron UNSTOPPABLE is Kirk's personal and inspiring visual journey to better understand the biggest doubt-raiser in faith: Why? Kirk goes back to the beginning-literally-as he investigates the origins of good and evil and how they impact our lives ... and our eternities. Reminding us that there is great hope, UNSTOPPABLE creatively tackles the age-old question: Where is God in the midst of tragedy and suffering?


My thoughts:

Those familiar with the Left Behind series and Fireproof will certainly remember the faith displayed by Kirk Cameron! Husband, father, actor, writer, producer, he wears many coats but the one he shines most is as Christian. There is little doubt this is a man who believes what he says and practices what he preaches.

About his latest project he says: 
" It's easy to get excited about your faith when things are going well in your life. But when your whole world comes crashing down on you, the questions start: 
Where is God when I need him most? 
Why do bad things happen to good people?
Unstoppable is a journey, based on a true story, that has become the most personal and transparent project I have ever made regarding my faith."

In a nutshell Unstoppable was inspired by the death of 15 year old Matt who battled cancer for 10 years.
Kirk Cameron had no idea where this particular journey would lead him when he decided to record the young football player's funeral in Bison, South Dakota - population 373 - but he knew in his heart he wanted to share with others this moment.

Part documentary/memorial Unstoppable follows the family and close friends as they say goodbye to this brave young man, their pain and suffering incredibly dignified and their faith unequivocal. 

Kirk Cameron is at his best as he goes back to the very beginning, showing us the very origin of good versus evil beginning with the stories of Adam and Eve and then Cain and Abel. 

Unstoppable is unlike any other movie, alternating betwixt the memorial service and Kirk Cameron's firm belief that God is always with us despite unbearable trials. In the end, God answers all prayers but in His time!

Endorsed by well known Dobson of Focus on the Family and others, with a special song 'The Time Is Now' by Warren Barfield guaranteed to have you humming to his tune, Unstoppable is a testimony to the power of love, understanding God and finally unshakable faith.

Including special features and Cameron's future projects, this is one DVD you should check out and share with others!

Be sure to stop by Unstoppable's website (HERE) for trailer, endorsements and downloads!

Note to Readers: Caution suggested for a degree of violence unsuitable for young and susceptible viewers!

5 Stars!!


And now for the GIVEAWAY!

Thanks to the generous offer of FLYBY PROMOTIONS and UNSTOPPABLE Productions/Provident Films, I am able to offer one lucky reader a copy of the DVD!

All you have to go is place a comment on this post! 
The giveaway is open until Midnight 8 February 2014.
US and Canada viewers only, apologies!

A winner shall be chosen through Random.org, with winner's name posted on this blog and contacted via email for confirmation! FLYBY PROMOTIONS will then send the winner a copy of the DVD!

Note: Only one entrant per mailing address, per giveaway. If you have won the same prize on another blog, you are not eligible to win it again. Winner is subject to eligibility verification by the promoter.

All the best,

I received this DVD free from FLYBY PROMOTIONS as part of their blogger review program. I am disclosing this in accordance with the FTC 16 CFR, Part 255 'Guides concerning the use of endorsements and testimonials in advertising. I was not asked to write a positive review and all opinions expressed are entirely my own.  


  1. You amaze me how quickly you read books and review them here. By the time I've read one of my posts you've read a whole book.

    You know, I now write my posts very slowly because I know some of my readers can't read fast.

    God bless.

    1. Ex-RAF flyboy says you probably mentioned him there, hah!
      Truth be told, I have always been a fast reader but English took awhile to kick in (once you translate some expressions you scratch your head and wonder...). My family is multi lingual (with Dad knowing in addition to 7 languages another 16 African dialects) but hubby managed to go twice around the world courtesy of HRM speaking only English with a distinct cool as a cucumber, no hurry for me thank you!
      I read three to four books to his one and after 40 years of marriage know well nothing should be rushed with him. I should add we discuss each book, his and mine and I never post anything he has not first seen. See, I take my time Friend!
      Both hubby and I are still chuckling at your writing slowly for slow readers ...You definitively described him!

  2. I find that reading slowly has another advantage. When I borrow a book from the library I read it slowly to make use of the fortnight's loan. Once I read a book within a week. So I re-read it again to get full use of the fortnight's loan.

    Big books like Dr Zhivago are for me too long to read. So I watch the film with subtitles on. So, technically I've read the book.

    God bless

    1. Hubby says the expression of writing slowly because others cannot read fast goes back to his service years...Is this where you picked it?

  3. Noelle,

    Thank you for introducing us to this very inspiring story. I remember Kirk Cameron from his television work and I do recall how devoted he was, even then, to his faith.

    Have a lovely week!


    1. Thank you Poppy and I agree!
      I was just thinking you and Victor are the only comments for this DVD/Giveaway and neither of you can participate in the giveaway due to the regions issues. Sad!

  4. Don't worry about the DVD Giveaway. Reading your Blog is prize enough.

    God bless.

    1. My day wouldn't be complete without my favourite Scotsman's humour!
      All the best,

    2. Hello Noelle!
      My husband and I have been immersed in some of the WWII series via Netflix, from the BBC. We were up in British Columbia for a week and enjoyed some of the series documentaries that we cannot get in the states. I thought of you quite often as we watched one story about the channel islands.

      I love that you have featured Kirk Cameron. He is such a breath of fresh air in our complicated world!

      Have a great week!

    3. What a wonderful way to put it: a breath of fresh air! I like that!!
      I envy you the opportunity of seeing these series by the way!
      Did not get a chance to visit Home Goods though yesterday...A nasty cold hit me and all I could so is pass the wheel to my son as we went to the airport! Drat! Next time though...

  5. Looks like a great DVD. I think this is one my husband will really enjoy also. Thank you for another great review... Emma put a little something in the mail for you. Should be there in the next couple of days. Make sure you look for the little tiny Valentines card at the bottom :)

    1. Sweet! I'll have to be sure my flyboy takes the ferry across to check on the post! Thanks!!


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