Finally! A Christian Bigfoot Movie

Did you know that Focus on the Family, the highly influential, ant-gay, anti-woman multi-million dollar Religious Right group, has a film production department? And did you know they made a Bigfoot movie? 

Legend of the Desert Bigfoot is apparently about a group of kids in search of a large, hairy primate who is living in the desert. But more importantly, it’s about how God can help you find him. I haven’t seen the whole movie yet but so far that’s the best selling point for Christianity that I’ve ever heard.

Here’s a 10-star review on IMDB:

I worked during the filming of these movies, it was an experience i will never forget, nor will my children. Mr. Callahan [lead actor, “Pop Fowler”] took my children to Dairy Queen for ice cream, and had a blast. I enjoyed the movies as well, along with my children. Once in a while my son will inquire of his whereabouts. I would love to get a hold of the movies again for my grandson, the ones I had got lost in moves. I do know they each had a valuable lesson to teach children of all ages. Does anyone know if they will be doing anymore movies in the future? I was not a Christian while I was working with the team during this filming, i was hired on through a temp agency, but did become a Christian in Dec 95, Praise God. Which lead me to view these movies in a different light.

Praise God! Ten stars.

h/t Everything is Terrible

Rebecca Watson

Rebecca is a writer, speaker, YouTube personality, and unrepentant science nerd. In addition to founding and continuing to run Skepchick, she hosts Quiz-o-Tron, a monthly science-themed quiz show and podcast that pits comedians against nerds. There is an asteroid named in her honor.

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  1. Oh boy oh boy, do those kids get themselves into a pickle! I am sure glad god could give them some guidance on what to do! Or did I mean the dog? /freeze frame jump in the air with cheesey music

    1. why would you leave such a comment on a site that is all about equality? You cannot assume that all Christians have the same taste in books or film, and therefore any comment as such is a foolish attempt to generalize (Read: Stereotype) an entire group of people.

  2. You know it’s sad that we’ve gotten to a point where Ron Jeremy can’t vacation in the North West without being mistaken for Bigfoot…

    … you see cause he’s really hairy… and up… OH YOUR GOD IS THAT ELVIS!!!

    *runs away*

  3. If you haven’t seen it, also check out Blood Freak, available from Troma.

    It’s a pro-Christian, pro-natural foods, anti-drug horror gorefest about a guy that turns into a giant THC addicted chicken and goes on a killing spree. And it’s not joking.

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