LOS ANGELES, —After one month, ‘Suing the Devil’ is still one of the most watched movies in America.
On Walmart’s official On Demand site (Vudu.com), ‘Suing the Devil’ ranks in the Top 25 films out of more than 15,000 movies in the ‘Top Picks’ category.
‘Suing the Devil’ also ranks in the Top 100 of the ‘Most Watched’ category out of 15,791 films. It also rates an A+ among Yahoo movie users.
The film is in the top 3 Christian movies in America on ChristianCinema.com.
“It has everything you could want in a film,” says a spokesperson for Mouthwatering Productions. “It has a high-concept story, superb twists, and filled with Scripture. It’s a four-course meal.”
The film famously survived a smear campaign of stalkers, film critics, atheist groups, and devil worshippers attacking the film non-stop since the film’s theatrical release.
“We love what one kind person wrote us,” says another spokesperson for RiverRain Productions. “He said, ‘being attacked for making worthy films is sadly part of the territory.’ We agree.”
Besides the A+ rating on Yahoo, the general public also gave Suing the Devil a 5-star rating on Blockbuster’s On Demand.
The film is also available through in 90% of all cable stations through On Demand (Comcast, AT&T, Time-Warner, Cox, Cablevision, Rogers, Verizon, etc) and ITunes, Vudu, Blockbuster, and Amazon On Demand in the U.S. and Canada.
Suing the Devil stars Malcolm McDowell, Rebecca St. James, Corbin Bernsen, Shannen Fields (‘Facing the Giants’), Tom Sizemore, Ros Gentle, and Bart Bronson. Hillsong also participated in the movie shot in Sydney, Australia.
In the film, Luke O’Brien, a washed-up janitor turned night law student, decides to sue Satan (Malcolm McDowell) for $8 trillion dollars. On the last day before Luke ﬁles a default judgment, Satan appears to defend himself. On Satan’s legal team are 10 of the country’s best trial lawyers. The entire world watches Legal TV to see who will win the Trial of the Century.
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