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Jack Chick Once Wrote About the Horrors of Dungeons & Dragons. Now, This Semi-Parody Movie Brings His Work to Life
Back in March, we learned that Zombie Orpheus Entertainment was making a movie based off of a 1984 Jack Chick tract. Those are the little booklets featuring stories of perfect Christians and evil non-Christians and characters standing in conflict between the two worlds.
This particular movie was based off of a tract about the horrors of Dungeons & Dragons. As I described it earlier, it wasn’t a Christian movie, per se. It was more like the movie atheists would make if they wanted to turn Chick’s work into a really shitty Christian movie.
And now, you can see the beginning of the film for yourself:
Kevin Sorbo is the former Hercules star who appeared in the money-making, nasty-stereotype-affirming, faith-based movie God’s Not Dead.
The movie’s out on DVD now and Sorbo appeared on Access Hollywood yesterday to discuss the film with co-hosts Kit Hoover and Shaun Robinson:
After a brief conversation about Robin Williams, they moved on to discuss Sorbo’s faith (he’s a Christian who played an atheist professor in the movie).
And then it came time to bash all the atheists:
I’m not exactly Mr. Sunshine, so you might think the curmudgeonly grousing of atheist blogger P.Z. Myers would resonate with me.
It rarely does, and yesterday I was reminded why. In writing about the suicide of comedian Robin Williams, Myers went from prickly to prickish in three seconds flat. Under the telling headline Robin Williams Brings Joy to the Hearts of Journalists and Politicians Once Again, Myers sneered that
[Williams'] sacrifice has been a great boon to the the news cycle and the electoral machinery — thank God that we have a tragedy involving a wealthy white man to drag us away from the depressing news about brown people.