The publicity campaign for Religulous, the religion-mocking documentary starring Bill Maher and directed by Larry Charles, has ramped up a bit over the last few days. (Prior to this, there was little more than a couple of posters, a couple of photos, and a demo reel and panel discussion at the Toronto International Film Festival — and of course the film comes up whenever Maher does his usual interviews on Larry King and the like.) Click here for Disbeliefnet, a website that basically spoofs Beliefnet — note the similar font in the mastheads — and click here for the trailer, which seems kind of mild, to me. There is little here that you wouldn’t find in a film made by The Wittenburg Door — and a few of the humourous bits seem to rely on using two-second clips of people not saying anything, as if to imply that Maher has left them speechless. Then again, one of the clips shows Maher being left speechless by something someone says, so it’s all good, right?