When dense matter from an imploded white hole threatens our planet, a group of government agents are the only ones who can save the world from a new ice age. Earth's Final Hours debuted on the Syfy Channel in 2012. (Gary Reber)
There are no special features.
The 1.78:1 1080p AVC picture is a made-for-television production and exhibits a digital pristine presence. The color palette is generally naturally hued, with strong saturation of visual effects emanating out of the sky during solar storms. Fleshtones are natural in appearance. Contrast is decent, with revealing blacks and shadow delineation, though, at times the blacks are a bit crushed. Resolution is also decent, with images that appear sharp and clear. Overall, this has a television look rather than filmic. (Gary Reber)
The Dolby® TrueHD 5.1-channel soundtrack features an active music score that is busy and dynamic sounding. Atmospherics and sound effects are convincing, with appropriate support from the .1 LFE channel. Surround activity is often aggressive. Dialogue is poorly integrated spatially, with a forward presence throughout. The overall impression is one of decent sonic support. (Gary Reber)