The film is a 30-minute "documentary" that seeks to prove via on-the-street interviews that the end times are upon us.
"We hope people will watch 'Noah–And the Last Days' to learn the biblical reason God sent a worldwide Flood and be able to share these truths with those who see the Hollywood version," Comfort said in a written statement. "Rather than providing mere entertainment, we want viewers to consider whether the biblical warning of Noah applies to them today."
Among the reasons Comfort insists that Judgment Day is near are the existence of admitted atheists, growing acceptance of the LGBT community, and the frequent use of God's name in vain during the movie Wolf of Wall Street.
Comfort also lashed out at the Darren Aronofsky film, saying that Russel Crowe and he have only two things in common.
"We were both born in New Zealand, and neither of us can pronounce 'ark' correctly (we skip the 'r')," said Comfort. "But the similarities end there. Hollywood's [movie] is listed as fantasy, while ours is based on the truth. Theirs is entertainment that will cost you. Ours is life-changing and will be freely available on YouTube."
Actually, both movies are pure fantasy, as is Comfort's hope that God will destroy the world just because people are becoming less horny for Armageddon.