Sex, Drugs, and Religion January 13, 2010

Sex, Drugs, and Religion

B.A. Brooks has put together a 71-minute film about religion featuring news clips, interviews with atheists and comedians, and narration by Pastor Deacon Fred of Landover Baptist Church:

The description:

Sex, Drugs & Religion is a 71 minute look into the wacky world of religion. Targeting groups from Catholics to Baptists, this movie exposes the idiocy that is associated to religion in general. Sex, Drugs & Religion is the fourth film release from B.A. Brooks and is quickly causing quite a stir in religious communities across the globe, while also hailing acclaim as a very entertaining, and insightful film experience by some seemingly more open minded individuals. In any case, sometimes the truth is hard to accept but if you can not be honest with yourself then just maybe this is not the film for you, but if you are ready to take a comedic journey into the cosmos then sit back and fasten your seat belt.

I haven’t had the chance to watch the entire thing, but skimming through the movie, there were several memorable clips and soundbytes that reaffirmed why I became an atheist in the first place.

Plus, Pastor Deacon Fred is hilarious.

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  • anonymous

    stream not working

  • heironymous

    yeah – what player is required?

  • runawayuniverse

    You can watch it here

    I thought it was good.

  • Vas

    This is just plain horrible film making, (if you can even call assembling clips film making)… again. Why do you keep posting these very long very bad films,(anyone remember the magic christian girl with the mystery otherworldly mountain lion?). And what’s with the scary divine like tranny in this turd, or the use of the Landover Baptist Church, (a parody church)to prove what point exactly? And what about the blatant copyright infringement, (I find it very hard to believe FOX, locals news outlets, Larry King,and Bill Maher all cleared this material) fair use is one thing but this is well outside fair use. This isn’t even a film as the description in Hemant’s first sentence claimed, it’s a “clip show”. You should remove it from your site based on copyright infringement alone, How can we claim atheists are good people and moral for the most part and then turn around and support outright theft of intellectual property, blatant copyright violation and clear violation of standing laws. Really Hemant have you no sense of decency, sir, at long last? I found not a single redeeming quality in the “film” and can’t help but wonder what earthly good can come from it and why a person of your social stature and fine reputation would align themselves with and implicitly support such a deplorable affront to reason and and ethics. This is beneath you.

  • The Betty Butterfield (red lipstick “woman”) interviews were funny.

  • muggle

    The disturbing thing about Landover Baptist Church — “God” love them (pun intended) — is they’re too damned good a Poe. You know they’re parody but they’re so on the mark that it’s unsettling and you find yourself thinking what if they ain’t a Poe.

    What the heck was with that train wreck Betty? She was an insult to trannies. This would have been much better without her. Also could have done without all the Bill Mahar. He’s just an obnoxious bore who just makes trouble to get attention. He lives on Planet Look at Me, Look at Me.

    I didn’t think about the copyright infringement. It is a thought. Were these all fair use?

    But I am convinced we shouldn’t support Israel. And I saw a lot of clips I haven’t seen before on some of these. So I learned a few things. It got off to a bad start then took off.

  • Brian Macker

    Video was waste of time.

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