The Message Gets Preachy with New Trailer

Only the power of Christ should compel you to watch the latest trailer for Erica Leerhsen’s new Christian horror flick, The Message. Personally, I’ll pass. I have enough people telling me what to do without Jesus jumping on the bandwagon.

Not much is known about the movie at this time other than it’s a Christian psycho thriller and that it’s coming sometime in 2009. Break out the Ju Ju Fruits and hot buttered Eucharists, kids! Enjoy and then say seven Hail Mary’s and two Our Father’s for laughing at the cheesy music at the end of it!

Thanks to DC reader Alan Hughes.

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  • Kindahuge

    lol, gotta love the completely unbiased report from UC. No matter how shitty a horror film looks, usually you just hear something like “we’ll just have to wait and see how it turns up” from the guys at dreadcentral. Throw in the fact that it’s Christian and all of a sudden you’ve immediately got your reason to throw in the fact that you’ll skip altogether. Yeah it’ll probably be cheesey, but it looks a little spookier than quite a bit of the stuff I see previewed on here. Try the unbiased approach.

    • Uncle Creepy

      I’m joking more than I am biased. It’s called humor. I’m an equal opportunity ball buster. People can dig on and believe whatever they like. Everyone here on Dread Central has a voice. Mine is just a bit more sarcastic than others depending on my mood. I do agree though … religion … any religion … can be really, really spooky.

    • Sandstonesoft

      It’s possible that Uncle Creepy was being biased in this report.

      It’s much more probable, however, that his sarcasm stems from the historic absence of any genre movie with an overtly pro-Christian viewpoint being even REMOTELY worth a shit.

      I suppose it’s possible that this movie could prove to be the great magical Jesus unicorn that finally puts one in the big horror movie “win” column in the sky, but based on that trailer, if i had to guess, i’d say … no.