So, you've probably heard about a little movie called Jesus Camp. It's possible we've even mentioned it once or twice here at Cinematical. It seems there was some controversy surrounding it due to its, shall we say, less-than-flattering portrayal of Christians at a camp where they educate the next generation to go out and convert the masses for the Lord. Sure, you could make the argument that the people portrayed in this film come off rather poorly. In fact, as many people have said around the internets (including our very own James Rocchi), Jesus Camp is the best horror film they've seen all year. Whatever your beliefs -- Christian or not -- this film is out there, it exists and people are making assumptions about it -- sometimes without even seeing it first. If you happen to be in that category, there are some clips from the film on YouTube you might be interested in. They show various scenes from the film and help give you a pretty good idea what its all about. So, go take a look if you haven't seen the film yet. Hopefully the clips will make you want to see the entire thing. Once you do see whole movie, then you can feel free to slam it, call it blasphemous, embrace it, call it genius or whatever you're moved to do.

You really should see something before you condemn it though, don't you think? Like it or not, this kind of film is one of the things that's best about our country. If someone doesn't agree with you or your beliefs, they're free to make a documentary about you that makes you look bad. And the best part is, you're also free to do the same thing to them. Isn't America great? If you don't feel like going all the way to YouTube, here are the clips, check them out:

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