Jesus refers to sin and blasphemy against the Holy Spirit as unforgivable sin, but ‘Saturday Night Live’ still made a strong pitch for what Quentin Tarantino
’s third film could be to complete his Rewritten History trilogy
Following up on Inglourious Basterds
and Django Unchained
now it’s time for ‘the H is silent’.
(Taran Killam) in Inglourious Basterds mode playing St. Peter, Ving Rhames
(Kenan Thompson) plays Pontius Pilate as Marcellus Wallace of Pulp Fiction
, and Samuel L. Jackson
(Jay Pharoah) fills out the cast as Judas Iscariot, appearing in the violent, bloody trailer for the Tarantino’s parody, Djesus Uncrossed
, which narrator states, with images of Jesus killing Roman soldiers in the background,
He’s risen from the dead, and he’s preaching anything but forgiveness
Jesus — er, Djesus played by Django co-star Christoph Waltz
goes off to kill as many Romans as possible with Christ’s Apostles as the Basterds themselves.
The SNL parody is sure to offend many Christians, but if you are willing to take some risks, check it out after the jump.