This is how you advertise your Christian attraction?


With a Donald Trump impersonator?

That’s a disincentive. Also, they’re promoting a crappy movie by those Christian hacks, the Kendrick brothers. It’s not even original — it’s a re-edited release of a ten year old movie that you’re better off listening to the Godawful Movies review than wasting time on this one.

Comments

  1. PaulBC says

    I hesitated, but the fact that fake DT makes Ken Ham sounds like “canned ham” is almost worth the listen.

  2. davidc1 says

    First of all ,is that really not the snatch snatcher ?
    Second ,the study in Blue is where the UK is heading for this winter .

  3. birgerjohansson says

    Autobot Silverwynde @ 3
    It is great that Madrid toons share my enthusiasm for God Awful Movies.
    Tonight I shall await their next swearing-saturated episode , even though it will be 3 AM Swedish time.
    .
    My favv episodes are ‘Bells of Innocence’ (with Chuck Norris) and ‘Day When Sun Rise in the West; Film That Shook the World’ (featuring…no actors you are likely to see again).

  4. birgerjohansson says

    Yes! “GAM319 Brigham City” just came up at Youtube. Looking forward to inept acting and plot loopholes.

  5. blf says

    @9, Judging by Ye Pfffft! of All Knowledge, a bar is important to the plot, such as there is one. A bar. In Utah.

    (Yes, there are bars in Utah, called, as I recall, “private membership clubs” — one-night “memberships” sold at the door.)

  6. Akira MacKenzie says

    My favs include “The Unintended Bar Mitzvah” (i.e. Christians don’t let friends Jewish), “When Footmen Tire You…” (Which needs no introduction.), and the entire “Thief In The Night” series (i.e. the first End Times apocalypse series).

  7. Chaos Engineer says

    Wait, what’s a “Donald Trump impersonator”? I’ve got to assume that the audience won’t go for an SNL-style parody that makes fun of Trump.

    So is he like an Elvis impersonator, who tries to reverentially recreate some of Trump’s Greatest Hits, like the “American Carnage” or “Stop the Steal” speeches.

    I hope not, because that would be the most depressing thing I’ve heard so far this week.

  8. PaulBC says

    Chaos Engineer@13

    So is he like an Elvis impersonator, who tries to reverentially recreate some of Trump’s Greatest Hits, like the “American Carnage” or “Stop the Steal” speeches.

    After listening, I’d say you’re not far off. He’s doing a straight re-creation of Trump’s bombast. It’s not satire. It’s what someone like Ken Ham fantasizes Trump saying about Ark Park if only he were important enough to get Trump’s notice.

  9. tuatara says

    So, it is a “deep fake” of the “deep phoney” giving a fictitious review of park celebrating a story from a dusty old book.
    Perfect xian fundie fodder.

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