Watcha doin’ on Sunday after church?


The Morris Theater is having a special, one-time only, matinee showing of a special movie on Sunday at noon. It’s God’s Not Dead 2! If you saw the first one, you know it’s going to be nauseating experience, and I just can’t miss it. Anyone out there in the Stevens County area want to join me? Even if the movie sucks (and it will), you can at least enjoy the spectacle of watching me turn purple and splutter.

I think afterwards I’ll stroll over to the Old #1 bar and do my best to forget the movie.

No guarantees that we’ll get in, though. This is the only showing in town, so I kind of expect all the worst people in town — you know, the kind who wear homophobic t-shirts — will be packing the joint. If we can’t get in, though, we’ll consider it a shortcut to Old #1.


  1. treefrogdundee says

    Anyone who can stand to sit through it – even just for shits and giggles – has a far stronger stomach than I.

  2. Nerd of Redhead, Dances OM Trolls says

    Can’t make it. Sunday noon is about when the Redhead wants her nerdmade pecan waffle.

  3. MassMomentumEnergy says

    I’m surprised you didn’t review the Easter movie “Miracles from Heaven” where a kid whose doctors suspected munchausen by proxy but was suddenly cured after a head trauma had them spin a tale of heaven that brought lots of attention to their mother.

  4. Snarki, child of Loki says

    Need to have it as a double-feature with “Evil Dead 2”, so that one can expect *some* quality entertainment.

  5. peterh says

    The local 3-screen theater had it. They usually change “regular films” once weekly; blockbusters stay longer proportionately. GND-2 was pulled after 3 days for non-attendance.

  6. WhiteHatLurker says

    Hey, Ghostbusters is playing on Saturday. Maybe see that instead. It has supernatural stuff, too.

  7. microraptor says

    Snarki @5:

    I’m thinking it should really be a double feature with Die Hard 2 over Evil Dead 2.

  8. blf says

    I suppose that is one way to ensure there is no-one in the cinemahouse so the staff can have a private disco / orgy / showing(of something else) without fear of being bothered by the punters.

  9. Menyambal says

    The trailer I saw made it look like they’d imagined a persecution scenario that could never exist in America. Then somebody says they have to do what God says, out of fear of judgement. It all sounded so paranoid.

  10. gijoel says

    I’d say you’re doing God’s work, but I don’t believe in him either. I do salute your fortitude. If the first one forced Christian pastors to apologize for it, then this one is bound to suck donkey balls.

  11. FossilFishy (NOBODY, and proud of it!) says

    May I suggest listening to the April 5th God Awful Movies review of it instead? They watch so you don’t have to.

    A warning though: they’re profane in a deliberately over the top way and sometimes there’s splash damage from the mockery. I’d say they’re firmly on the social justice side of the divide but through sheer volume and an obvious desire to one-up each other they occasionally get into triggering kind of material.