There was a link to it from slashwrestling.com, but check it out. It's christians reviewing the evil movie that has "drinking, multiple", "worship of gods", and "visions by sorcery, repeatedly" which we all know is evil - Bossman making fun of Big Show's dead father evil!
If only now they'd do somehting about peadofile Catholic priests.
Give me a "Hell amen" if you think the movie is evil...
Geez - I wonder what they thought of "Red Sonja"? Dozens of beautiful women slaughtered, and others thrown, still alive, one after the other, down a huge pit? We even get to hear their screams at the cover of the pit sloowwwlllly closes. Now THAT is evil. :)
Actually, I thought the best part of the site wasn't the infamous South Park review, but the reviews of films that the writer couldn't make it through. They are listed as either 'partial' or 'not computed' on the main review page.
Birdcage "I could not justify spending the time and effort necessary to do a complete analysis of The Birdcage. After 25 minutes of the show I had one and a half recording logs of homosexual suggestions and activities"
Bulworth: "I was able to tolerate Bulworth, acidic language occurred AT LEAST EIGHTY-SIX TIMES! I strongly suspect, even during the seventy minutes I observed the movie let alone the unseen portion, a much higher number because at times the language occurred faster than I could annotate the observations!"
Belly: "After nine minutes into the movie, I left. In those first nine minutes were 37 uses of the three/four letter word vocabulary, 21 of which were the most vulgar word of all and variations of it. Thirty-seven uses in nine minutes is equivalent to 247 per hour."
Kissing Jessica Stein: "Those 33 minutes were enough to tell you *Kissing Jessica Stein* is a movie about the "flowering" of a lesbian (or at least bisexual) woman [Rom. 1:26, Jude 4, Gal. 5:19]. I wish I had known that about this movie before I selected which five of the many movies available I would analyze on April 5, 2002."
Yet this person made it all the way through films like American Psycho and Natural Born Killers. I swear, I will never understand fundamentalists as long as I live.
Ahh, yes, good old CAP Alert. Where there is entertainment, plot development and free speech to be found in movies, you can bet your butt that ol' CAP Alert will be there to decree them morally corrupt, by gum!
That being said, according to the review, American Psycho was the first movie EVER to warrant a zero rating. And I believe there were one or two others to receive sub-10 ratings. (Didn't South Park: BLU at least score a two-digit rating?)
I'm hoping one day they start reviewing music. I've listened to John Ankenberg's ranting about the "dangers of secular rock" in the past and it makes for better humor than anything Comedy Central has put out since The Man Show premiered. Surely, CAP Alert can make it more entertaining.