While that title can be a mouthful, ‘Honk for Jesus. Save Your Soul’ is the kind of Sundance movie that one has to see in order to believe. Shot in a mockumentary style, Adamma Ebo’s film takes a multi-cam satirical dig at the Megachurch.


Opening in the aftermath of a scandal that has completely dislodged the congregation, making its many followers tune into disbelieving, the story focuses on Trinitie Childs (Regina Hall) trying her best to reclaim her titles as the megachurch’s first lady, craving for the glam and respect that it offers. 

Also starring Sterling K. Brown as Pastor Lee-Curtis Childs, the movie finds him begging, borrowing, stealing and doing all that’s mentioned in the book of crooks to get his religious following back.

Digging deeper into the satire that’s ripe, the premise shows the drive of these characters and what they actually miss out of their life of comfort. The trailer, which you can find below, also pokes fun at overly sentimental groups and religious deities that are nothing less than money-making machines.


Conceived as a short film in 2018 by sisters Adamma and Adanne Ebo, the feature-length film is co-produced by Jordan Peele & Daniel Kaluuya’s Monkeypaw productions. Co-starring Nicole Beharie, Conphidance, Austin Crute, Devere Rogers, Robert Yatta, and Greta Glenn, Honk for Jesus. Save Your Soul has been praised for its ingenuity, and is currently at an 81% approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes, with the consensus reading, “Honk for Jesus. Save Your Soul. has some broad targets but refuses to take cheap shots at them, instead offering a pointed, well-acted satire of organized religion.”

Where to Watch and Stream “Honk for Jesus. Save Your Soul Online? 

Distributed by Focus Features and acquired by Peacock after a great run in Sundance, Honk For Jesus. Save Your Soul. will release simultaneously in theatres and on Peacock on September 2nd, 2022. To check out theater listings around you, visit Fandango.

Watch Honk for Jesus. Save Your Soul. Trailer Here: 

Read More: Here’s Where to Watch and Stream Brad Pitt’s New Movie ‘Bullet Train’ Online

Similar Posts