Kirk Cameron’s Creationist Friend Made An Anti-Gay Movie, And It Looks Ridiculous

Oh no. Ray Comfort–best known as the “Bananaman” for his YouTube assertions about how bananas disprove evolution because god made them special in order to fit in the human hand–has made a movie. A movie about how maybe having a friend whose lesbian sister is getting will somehow lead you to robbing a convenience store? Or something? I’m not entirely certain!

From the YouTube description:

From Living Waters, creators of the award-winning TV program “The Way of the Master” and the hit movies “180” and “Evolution vs. God,” comes the powerful film “Audacity.” Executive produced by TV co-host and best-selling author Ray Comfort (Hell’s Best Kept Secret, Scientific Facts in the Bible), this film delivers an unexpected, eye-opening look at the controversial topic of homosexuality.

Peter (Travis Owens) is an aspiring comedian encouraged by his friend Ben (Ben Price, Australia’s Got Talent finalist) to perform at the local comedy club. But stage fright isn’t Peter’s only fear. When confronted with one of today’s most divisive issues, he feels compelled to speak, but can he? Challenged by his coworker Diana (Molly Ritter) to defend his convictions about homosexuality and gay marriage, will he have the courage to stand for what he believes—even at the risk of losing a friendship? And how will he respond when faced with a harrowing life-or-death experience?

“Audacity” uses a unique approach to address a very sensitive subject in contemporary society. Regardless of your views on the gay lifestyle, you’ll gain fresh insights and a new perspective.

OH. I bet there is going to be some really good comedy in this movie, although perhaps not the intentional kind.

As disappointed as I am that Mike Seaver will not be making an appearance in this film, I totally plan to watch it when it comes out on June 24th, and write up a recap for you guys. Because I am a martyr, and am also for some reason–may I just saykind of excellent at doing recaps of terrible religious movies.

[h/t Friendly Atheist]