RSTC: Reserve Spy Training Corps (2006) Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
Filled with exciting action and an uncompromising message, RSTC: Reserve Spy Training Corps delivers a thrilling spy movie for the Christian family. Liz (Sarah Beth Hill) is a high school student who is nearly paralyzed with fear. It doesn’t help any that the boy she likes (Adam Hale) has a little secret… he is a member of the Reserve Spy Training Corps, a training program for high school students who want to pursue a career as a spy. Her dealings with him force her to face her fears… and overcome them with the Word of God.
RSTC uses the medium of storytelling to teach kids that they do not have to be afraid - because the Bible says that “God has not given you a spirit of fear.” By watching Liz overcome her fear, your children will learn that God is on their side, and they have nothing to be afraid of.
- Dissecting The Car Chase
- Original Screenplay
- Blooper Reel
- and more!
- Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround Sound
- English Subtitles
- Choice of Presentation:
- NTSC Full Screen - Reframed for Standard TV
- NTSC Widescreen - Enhanced for 16x9 Televisions
Winner of two Telly Awards including Best Children’s Film.
Winner Best Family Film at the 2007 Bare Bones International Film Festival.
This DVD is recommended family entertainment by The Dove Foundation.
About RSTC: Reserve Spy Training Corps (2006)
Starring: Sarah Beth Hill, Adam Hale, LeeAnne Rowe, Tim Cox, Paul Mabrey
Runtime: 79 minutes
Director: J David Baker