The web site for Bloodline, Bruce Burgess’ documentary investigation about the controversial assertion that Jesus married Mary Magdalene, who subsequently fled to southern France with their child, has gone live, and it looks to be a pretty slick and smart affair, with talk of how it will peddle out “insider tips” and other info leading up to the movie’s May theatrical release. Expect the crazies to start coming out of the woodwork in about two weeks, I’d say.
The movie’s stained-glass poster, meanwhile, is a
simple, straightforward and… classy? No, that’s not the right word. Effective, let’s say that. It’s an effective and evocative selling of its controversial subject matter… even if Jesus isn’t really halfway up the line to first base. You want real shitstorm-style controversy, show him heading hard for second. The only strikes? I know you want to sell that it’s a theatrical release, but that can be done with a smaller type size on a solid black background. Oh, and the font on the bottom is all wrong — too straight-to-video. For more information, click here.