Movies based on Christian beliefs that came out this year, a summary
-God's Not Dead:
Atheists are st*pid, Christians have everything right and clearly every atheist has some d*mb reason why they don't believe in God how dare they we are superior and christian persecution is real.
White people were totally around right now yep
-Heaven is for Real:
Hi, I'm a four year old preacher's son that had a dream induced by anesthesia on an operating table in which Heaven was centered around my church and I saw depictions of Christ that I have seen as well as my conception of Heaven, everyone listen to me.
Noah was a white warrior and Ramses had a tan. Also the Sphinx was totally European
-Son of God:
Nobody's white EXCEPT for Jesus we almost had it folks
History channel tells Bible stories with white people and interprets some shit right and skews others to make pious shitheads look better. Also Jews are terrible and Jesus was passive
Nic Cage in a movie based on a series of books that make millions on people's fear and apparently the 90s Kirk Cameron version wasn't good enough whoops
So I’m just here taking a selfie while The Bible is on in the background. What then ensued is the hilarious chance moment where the man on my TV looks like he’s giving me the stink eye as I take my selfie. I don’t need your judgement Mr. Bible man. I do what I want.
There’s nothing quite like a year where a fandom is effectively born is there?
We were fans of In the Flesh from the off, tuning into its first airing on BBC Three in 2013. All a bit bereft following the cancellation of Being Human, and the broadcast of the final episode the week before, we were possibly expecting more of the same from In the Flesh but instead saw something very different. The grey tones, lingering sadness and bursts of astute and brilliant humour lifted In the Flesh above other genre shows for us immediately, and so when news came that a second, longer series was on the way in 2014 we were hugely excited.