The film follows the travails of the second coming of Jesus Christ, who is trying to recruit an army of hapless schmoes in Denver to help fight the holy war. The results, of course, are disastrous.
"It doesn't really make fun of religion," says writer-director Skoty-Bob Shaeffer. "It more makes fun of the people who ruin religion for everyone else, so to speak. The people who use their religion for evil.
"Which is kind of a deep thought for comedy, I guess."
Shaffer is currently looking for a distributor and shopping the flick to film festivals around the state, but in the meantime, tomorrow's screening is your only immediate opportunity to see it. The show starts at 8:30 p.m. at the Mayan Theatre, and the ticket price ($8) includes door prizes, a Jesus look-alike contest and a meet-and-greet with the filmmakers.