Mr. Deity

These four short films were produced, written, and starred by Brian Dalton. Brian is a creative genius who has many talents and interests, and in his latest project he explores the lighter side of religion through these humorous short films. Launched January 17, within a few days there were over 200,000 downloads of them from YouTube, iTunes, and at his own webpage, Everyone who watches them — whether religious, nonreligious, or antireligious — enjoys the wit and humor.

He has written a pilot for a television series based on his character, Mr. Deity. Enjoy!

Mr. Deity Episode 1: Mr. Deity and the Evil
After creating the universe, Mr. Deity and Larry decide what evil they'll allow.

Mr. Deity Episode 2: Mr. Deity and the Really Big Favor

Mr. Deity seeks help to save mankind while Larry oversees construction efforts.

Mr. Deity Episode 3: Mr. Deity and The Light
Mr. Deity and Larry have trouble with the lighting on their new world.

Mr. Deity Episode 4: Mr. Deity and the Messages

Mr. Deity explains prayer to Jesus while Larry gathers info on the evening's activities.


Anonymous said...

I am a new comer to this site. Actually this was my first time. I loved the you-tubes. Thanks for providing them.

xrayman said...

Pure comedy gold !!!!!!!! And pure genius. What a great group of videos poking fun at the obsurdity of the Christian religion.

Anonymous said...

That is going on my myspace for sure.
It would be great to go to a large meeting where these podcasts could be shown on a mega-church big screen!

That would be sweet fellowship!

Anonymous said...

Ha ha ha! :D

Anonymous said...

Yay! I finally got to see "The Really Big Favor" which wouldn't play for me on James Allen's blog. Or You Tube, for that matter.

"Mr. Deity and the Messages" is still my fave, though.

Anonymous said...

I have now watched all of these about three times each and I laugh every time. Brilliant! I'm ready for more episodes!!

Anonymous said...

The garden of Eden story could be called "Mr. Deity and the Really Bad Day."

I think the guy who plays Jesus could be the serpent (in a dual role!)

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