Is the new comedy movie coming out this Fall, titled “The Holy Spoof”, blaspheming the Holy Spirit and the name of God, or is it good, clean fun? The black church might need to make them pay at the box office.
“The Holy Spoof,” a short comedic film satirizing Black churches, is coming to theaters in fall 2014. The movie is based on the “hilarious characters, community and opinions of the modern black church,” according to a press release.
The film takes place during a “typical imitation Sunday” in Houston, Texas, and a promotional photo of the characters shows a motley crew.
R&B singer Tiaramy Malloy plays an elderly woman, “Bad Girls Club” star Meghan James plays a sexy siren, and Houston radio personality Ayana Mack is a church mother.
The parody film also stars hip-hop artist Paul Wall, Miss Mykie, formerly of BET’s “106 and Park,” pro golfer Maggie Noel, rapper Nino Gotti, comedian Monty Harrison, Houston radio personality Kiotti Brown, rapper Doughbeezy, B.J. O’Neal, Jamie Alexander, Kris Green, and J.D. Karpicke.
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SOURCE: Christian Today