I really couldn’t ask for a better birthday present than the upcoming release of Dark Dungeons: The Movie, a take-off on the Chick tract that infamously warns of the dangers of Dungeons & Dragons.
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Today’s challenge is to imagine that Chick tracts are now required to have the same kind of warning labels that cigarettes do. What would such a warning say?
This guy is raising money to make Dark Dungeons, a movie based on the Chick tract of the same name. This thrilling tale demonstrates among other things that:
*Playing RPGs can make you gain real life magic abilities
*If you gain a high enough level you will be invited to join a secret cult
*Gamers whose characters die are in danger of committing suicide.
*That DM’s are vile temptresses that are out to corrupt their players to the forces of evil.
You must donate to this project immediately. Sell your futon! Pawn your balalaika! Rent out your basement to a traveling troupe of ululaters! Do whatever it takes to make sure this movie gets made. Donate today and you can even get your name in the credits!
Note: The guy making this movie is doing so to ultimately poke fun at the tract so please refrain from sending him hate mail or chinchillas. I really dig the sense of humor that is motivating this project.
Since the news is buzzing with the news of the retirement of Pope Benedict XVI, I thought it might be a good time to revisit a sampling of the greatest hits of one of the greatest purveyors of anti-Catholic sentiment, Jack Chick.
There’s nothing like showing forth the love of Christ by handing someone a tract full of politics.