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DVD of the Week: 'Religulous'

I'm not a Bill Maher fan, nor am I invested in this subject matter. Given that, I set myself up to immediately dislike Religulous on the assumption Bill would gun for decent, unsuspecting religious folk who just want to play nice and answer his questions.


I was wrong. Sure, there's some snide in there, but overall Maher investigates people who feel strongly about their religion with the gusto of an earnest reporter; rather than belittling them for their feelings, he asks the tough questions without pretending to know the answers. It moves a little fast and enough with the guy who plays Jesus at Holy Land Experience in Orlando, but overall it's an entertaining look at myriad religious views and who upholds them.

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The Midnight Meat Train This very limited release adaptation of a Clive Barker short story is well worth a look on DVD, with Vinnie Jones as a serial butcher of late-night subway riders who crosses paths with a photographer.

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