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Bible Madness (1996)

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"If Kevin Smith had made "Dogma" as his no-budget debut instead of "Clerks", the result might have been something like "Bible Madness." Scott Von Doviak, Film Threat Classic Underground ... See full summary »

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Bart Aikens ... Pete Jackson
Dallas Munroe ... Roger Bunyan
... Diana Murphy (as Joanna Lee Miles)
Jaime Rangel ... Carol Murphy
Janel Oja ... Paige Jensen
George Jammal ... Tony - Angry Father
Jordan Jackson ... Five Year Old Timmy
Lance Windish ... Hank
Daniel Pruitt ... Bill
Marcy Moore ... Terri
Chandiss Scott ... Father Wellington
Tom Thomason ... Homeless Man
Starr Shire ... Homeless Woman
Larry Wheeler ... Yankee Doodly - The Veteran
Jon Nelson ... Evangelical Atheist
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"If Kevin Smith had made "Dogma" as his no-budget debut instead of "Clerks", the result might have been something like "Bible Madness." Scott Von Doviak, Film Threat Classic Underground Film exposing fraudulent soul winning techniques and the dark side of those currently representing bible based Christianity. Pete Jackson and Roger Bunyan knock on doors asking people, "If you were to die right now, would you go to Heaven?" Roger has political ambitions, contemplating a run as a stealth candidate. He plans to run on issues like synchronous stoplights, only to switch to moral issues once elected. Pete Jackson, played by Bart Aikens, meets Diana Murphy (played by Joanne Rubino) a woman who was abused by a church leader. She has rid herself of fundamentalist 'demons' by becoming a female bodybuilder competing on the circuit. Also included: DON'T GO IN THE CHURCH, a short movie that highlights the excuses leaders give to victims of church sex abuse to keep them from going forward with ...

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