“Let There Be Light” Podcast Movie Review

Kevin Sorbo and Sam Sorbo in Let There Be Light

Let There Be Light – Dare Daniel Podcast Episode 115

“Like it or not, I’ll be praying for you.”

Digital missionaries Daniel and Corky stop supporting terrorists long enough to review the proudly proselytizing Let There Be Light. The film stars Kevin Sorbo as Sol Harkens, a world-famous atheist lecturer with all the stereotypical supermodel and sports car trappings of the anti-faith debate circuit. Let There Be Light is an uproariously inept yet creepily paranoid celebration of one particular faith ultimately more fixated on ISIS than Jesus.

Elsewhere, Daniel and Corky discuss atheist talk shows, heathen book parties and near-death paparazzi.


U.S. theatrical release: Oct. 27, 2017

Domestic box office: $7.2 million

Critics scores: 30 on Rotten Tomatoes

This week’s darer: Ben Parker

Why did Ben  dare Daniel and Corky to watch Let There Be Light? “Because it is literally one of the most hilariously bad faith-based films I have ever seen.”

IMDB synopsis: “An atheist goes through a near-death experience in a car accident before converting to Christianity.”

This week’s referenced movies: God’s Not DeadSpider-Man movies; Left Behind movies; Blood SimpleDr. StrangeloveBiker BoyzAssassinsThe Dark CrystalDancin’: It’s On!The Silence of the LambsReligulousGlengarry Glen RossBreakfast at Tiffany’sMy Cousin VinnyKirk Cameron’s Saving ChristmasOld FashionedFrom Justin to KellyThe Godfather

Ratings: Daniel – Double Dare; Corky – Double Dare


Let There Be Light trailer

Davey and the memory tunnel

“Have you made your decision for Christ?”

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