Christian Teens Bring Porn to Church ‘Lock-In’ and Get Harassed by a Demon

Here is a “Blair Witch Project” type film that’s “based on a true story” about how a church lock-in for a youth group went horribly wrong supposedly because two guys thought it would be fun to bring a “dirty magazine” to the church.

Watch the official trailer for the movie “The Lock In”:

There’s a whole “back story” to this faux documentary as well:

The following information has recently been released to the public. It was the decision of the board at First Baptist Church to “officially” release the following information about what happened in the spring of 2010.

In the spring of 2010, a church lock in at First Baptist Church was organized by Pastor Chris Ennis. In the first hour of the lock in, one of the students, Justin, had an unusual “incident” and was “inconsolable.”

It was reported that he calmed down and kept to himself for the remainder of the event.

Two days after the lock in, Justin reportedly broke down to his parents that he experienced something “evil” at the lock in. He also claimed he captured everything on tape.

After watching the footage, the parents met with church leaders to discuss criminal charges they were considering filing against the church for child endangerment, neglect and torture.

A special hearing was immediately organized to find out what was on the tape.

Two pastors, six elders and an unknown number of overseers met at an undisclosed location to view the footage of the tape. It was reported that two of the elders resigned their duties immediately after viewing the footage.

Pastor Chris, after viewing the footage, turned in his immediate resignation to the church board.

A undisclosed settlement was made between the church and families involved.

The footage was officially released in May of 2013 in full cooperation with the families and individuals involved.

Holy Moly Pictures would like to thank the families and the First Baptist Church for their cooperation in releasing the footage to the public.

Source: http://www.thelockinmovie.com

There was also an official press release, which of course confirms the purpose of “The Lock In” film:

Imagine your life being torn apart and the very wiring of your brain being changed by a seemingly innocent prank. This is what happens when three teenage boys are terrorized by demon activity after a “dirty magazine” is snuck into an overnight church event called a lock in. During the lock in, members of the youth group are “locked in” the church to have fun, play games, and get to know one another. In spite of the youth pastor’s attempt to intervene, the boys must come to terms with the pornographic images themselves in order to be truly freed from the demon.

Movies have always been a good medium to highlight social issues. Pornography is a growing epidemic in the church community for men, women, and children with most of the underage victims being exposed in a place thought to be safe. The producers of the film hope that not only will it be entertaining, it will also be used as a tool for conversations about the dangers of pornography and the importance of being aware.

The demon is a metaphor for the true damage pornography can have in the lives of youth. There are never graphic or pornographic images shown in the movie. The producers of the film felt that it was important to tell a Christian story about real issues but to keep the images family friendly so anyone could be entertained without fear of exposure to questionable pictures.
The film is being distributed directly from the filmmakers at TheLockInMovie.Com. It will be available for download and streaming. Audiences can pre-order the movie now here, http://www.thelockinmovie.com.

About Holy Moly Pictures

Holy Moly Pictures is a production company owned by renowned Christian comedian Rich Praytor and producer Beverly Banks. It is based out of Colorado Springs, CO. The Lock In is the first feature film released by Holy Moly Pictures with the second to enter the market in early March 2014.

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