"It's an industry of make believe." Couldn't have said it better myself.
I don't want to be left below.
"I think the success of this film depends on a lot of people going to see it"Heh.
My favorite is when the host describes Gary Busy as "cute," but then has to remind herself "he's your father."Did I hear that right??
Wear a helmet!
This was from when Gary Busey had God. Now I hear he started a cult based on himself.
Awesome! The man talking about camels is from a small zoo near the city I grew up in. As kids we used to go on school trips there and it was famous for the elephant that'd always take massive dumps during its performance. If you're ever near Bowmanville, Ontario you should check it out. It's delightful.
the anti christ in the first clip said, "I am what I am"Popeye is the anti christ?!
the narratress is actually referring to herself in the first person by her character's name. i got the anti-christ right here in my pants for ya, chloe. heh heh heh.
This was shot in Toronto, of course. Where all crappy c-grade movies are made real!
I've lived in Israel for 17 years and I have never seen a camel.
Sounds like a death cult to me.
I can't believe they got the anti-christ so completely wrong in both movies. Did no one predict that he'd be half Kenyan and half Kansan, born in Hawaii? (OK, I'll admit that Gary Busey comes close.)
Line from the trailer for Apocalypse: "See the movie that began it all.."...Shouldn't that be the movie that 'ended' it all?
Well it's the power of the blooood!
OK, just for the record, Gary Busey isn't in this movie. The Anti-christ is played by Gordan Currie, who is actually really handsome. Nice edit though. I think it's just really sad that this is the best Christian films has had to offer in 30 years.
Gary Busey sez "If you get left behind I'll pull out your en-do-crine system!"
I had the Left Behind Movie, and the Making of. Ugh. I used to love that shit >_< What the fuck was I thinking?
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