I found this today on the internet. It's hilarous:


"[Mel] Gibson's film was the spark for sure," said writer-producer Rik Swartzwelder, "but The McPassion is really more of a pointed take on what has happened since the release of his film—this kind of strange and intensifying, post-post-modern union between movie-marketing and houses of worship that his film helped give birth to. It's a hybrid that's a little scary and more than a little out of control; that's why we're putting our film out there now. The McPassion isn't about the movies so much as it's about how and where we sell them, and the overall commercialization of religion. It's about trying to give congregations a break from the commercial break; it's about the sanctuary being just that, the sanctuary."