Friday, January 14, 2011

A 2-fer 4 u -"Blood Money" comes to Theater N in Wilmington, + a plug for Spirit Juice Studios!


Tuesday, January 18; 7pm

Next Saturday marks the 38th anniversary of Roe vs. Wade. In anticipation and preparation for the March for Life, Delaware Right to Life will present the documentary, "Blood Money" at Theater N in Wilmington on Tuesday, Jan. 18 at 7pm.

Theater N is located in the Nemours building at 11th & Tatnall Sts.

View the trailer!


Blood Money is a documentary film narrated by Dr. Alveda King, which exposes the truth behind the abortion industry.

The film examines the history of abortion in America. From the inception of Planned Parenthood and the profitability of abortion clinics, to Roe v. Wade, to the denial of when life begins, the fight to save the lives of innocent babies, and the devastating effects it has had on the women who have exercised this "choice."

Tickets are $10/person and can be purchased online at the door! Proceeds benefit DRTL.

For more information, contact Theater N or Nicole at or 302-650-8942.

I will see the whole film for the first time on Tuesday, but I have seen parts of it already and these actually whetted my appetite for a definitive pro-life documentary about Planned Parenthood. David Kyle has done a very good job as a neophyte director in assembling together some very cogent material that Planned Parenthood prefers to keep quiet about exactly how invested they are both philosophically and monetarily in the abortion industry. However, the film itself shows the marks of its director's inexperience, and I would love to have access to the hours of film stock he left on the cutting room floor. I would give it to Spirit Juice Studios and see what they could craft out of it.

Spirit Juice is the production company that is making the documentary about Blessed Alberione, the Founder of the Paulines. Their crew came with us on our October Pauline pilgrimage to Italy.

Here's a 51-second Christmas video from Spirit Juice,touching on the topic of unplanned pregnancy. It's a "nice" video, one that cutely uses the same type of trailer motif that you see in Blood Money as well as many Hollywood trailers.

Here's Spirit Juice's 49-second trailer for the film To Be Born , a 15-minute short coming out this year in three languages. It's not so nice, because not every conception has the outcome to which it was oriented. I am looking forward to this film. If I had half a million dollars hanging around, or even a quarter of that, I'd give it to Danny and Rob and have them make me a film about Planned Parenthood. They are the most chilling non-profit organization I know of. And do you know any other non-profit organization that brings in so much cash each week that they can afford to hire an armored truck service to haul it away to a bank?

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