‘Suing the Devil’ to Be Released Into 100 Million Homes on Good Friday
Charisma - almost 5 years
In what is seen as a huge boon to all Christian filmmakers, Suing the Devil will reach over 100 million households this Good Friday.
The film will be available through On Demand through Comcast, AT&T, Time-Warner, Cox, Cablevision, Rogers, Verizon, and iTunes in the U.S. and Canada.
“It’s a miracle,” says a spokesman for RiverRain Distribution. “We survived the hale storm of atheist groups and devil worshippers attacking the film almost 24/7.”
The film will also be available on DVD through Bridgestone Media and Wesscott Marketing—two of the largest Christian distributors in the world.
While pastors are praying over the film, anti-Christian comments such as ‘Christian propaganda’, ‘Christian-brainwashing’ ‘Christian idiots’ and ‘Eliminate Christians’ are permeating through the film’s message boards. One of the atheist groups emailed the producers warning of a ‘mob attack’ on IMDB. Within three days, the film’s rating dropped from a near seven to a four on IMDB, which is