FOX Rejects Super Bowl Ad From

January 21, 2011

Fox has rejected Super Bowl ad from conservative comedy site See the ad for yourself below.

JesusHatesObama was started by a man named Richard Belfry. The site features anti-Obama merch like shirts, hats and mugs. The site states “Do we really believe that Jesus hates Obama? Of course not!”

This inspired me to start


Comedy Central considers show about Jesus Christ

May 7, 2010

Source: Huffpo

Having already caused a fuss this spring with the depiction of the prophet Muhammad on “South Park,” Comedy Central said Thursday that it has a cartoon series about Jesus Christ in the works.

“JC” is one of 23 potential series the network said it has in development. It depicts Christ as a “regular guy” who moves to New York to “escape his father’s enormous shadow.”

His father is presented as an apathetic man who would rather play video games than listen to his son talk about his new life, according to Comedy Central’s thumbnail sketch of the idea. Reveille, the production company behind “The Office,” “Ugly Betty” and “The Biggest Loser,” is making “JC.”

It wouldn’t be the first time Jesus Christ has been on a Comedy Central cartoon; he’s a recurring character on the long-running “South Park.”

Comedy Central was the target last month of an Internet threat for a “South Park” episode that supposedly showed Islam’s prophet in a bear costume.

Whenever “South Park” features Muhammad in an episode, Comedy Central obscures the character with a black box; Muslims consider any physical representation of their prophet to be blasphemous. Following the Internet threat, Comedy Central angered “South Park” producers by editing out a character’s speech about intimidation in a subsequent episode.

“It’s not certain what is more despicable: the nonstop Christian bashing featured on the network, or Comedy Central’s decision to censor all depictions of Muhammad,” said William Donohue, president of the Catholic League for Civil and Religious Rights.

Comedy Central wouldn’t comment on Donohue’s statement, said network spokesman Tony Fox, who declined to give further details about “JC.”

A development deal is a couple of steps ahead of a series making it to air and, in fact, most such deals don’t result in series. The network would have to like the scripts enough to produce a test episode, then like that enough to put it on the air.

The real Jesus didn’t look like Jim Caviezel

March 29, 2010

News flash: Jesus was five-foot-eight, quite swarthy, not blond and looked nothing like James Caviezel or Willem Dafoe.

Jesus was not movie-star handsome, nor even handsome at all. And he certainly didn’t have blue eyes.

Behold the “real” face of Jesus.

This startling image was painstakingly “lifted” from the Shroud of Turin and reconstructed by computer for the History Channel special, “The Real Face of Jesus,” which airs next week.

How did they do it?

Jesus’ real face was “recreated” by taking the encoded information and the blood on the shroud and then transforming it into a 3D image, Ray Downing, president of Studio Macbeth, told The Post.

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Jesus Gets His Revenge… the movie trailer

March 15, 2010

Sadly this movie is not nominated for an Oscar

March 8, 2010

Here’s the synopsis: “Family Christian Film produced and directed by Dave Moody. Praise Band is the funny, yet touching story of one band’s efforts in a small town church. Through their growing music ministry, the band not only reaches out to their community, but also grows in their own individual walk with God. Matt Young, the new worship leader, is hired by Pastor James Monroe to serve Crossroad Community Church. However, these young church leaders meet with much opposition from members of their congregation who still cling to traditional roots. Led by church treasurer Wayne Wilson, the congregation resist the idea of change and this new style of worship. Can Matt, along with band mates Mark Lewis, Luke Daniels and John Collins change the minds of this dwindling flock before it is too late? Praise Band – on Wednesday night they’re average, but on Sunday morning they’re praising God!”

Jesus Christ Bail Bonds

October 24, 2009

Audience of One

July 23, 2009

Last night I had the uneasy pleasure of watching Audience of One, a documentary about a Pentecostal pastor who received a vision from God to create an epic, $50 million “Star Wars meets The Ten Commandments” Christian sci-fi film. The documentary captures the roller coaster ride of a wannabe director and his highly inexperienced crew to produce “the greatest movie ever made”.

I laughed through most of Audience of One but at the same time just felt sick to my stomach.

Where do you draw the line between extreme faith & determination and just complete delusions of grandeur putting other peoples lives in danger?