The trailer shows various people thrashing about as if possessed, and an expert interviewed says, "The powers of darkness rage blatantly here. I call it Disneyland for the spirit world. But because of that, the love of Christ rages even more."
Wilson is currently showing the film to pastors and churches to stir some buzz, and invites churches to host the film for its Feb. 14 premiere – an apt release date, Valentine's Day, to celebrate a movie that's ultimately about the power of love.
Wilson says he understands that parts of the film may be controversial, and may even turn some people off, as was the case with his first film . . .
"I realize that there are some things in Finger of God that make some people very nervous," he wrote on his website. "I understand! ...1