Over at Pharyngula, PZ points out how Ben Stein's evolution-bashing cinematic atrocity Expelled is taking a whole new approach to pre-release screenings:
"There were nondisclosure agreements to sign that day, but Mr. Moore did not, and proceeded to write perhaps the harshest review "Expelled" has received thus far. The film will open April 18, but has been screened several times privately for religious audiences. Mr. Moore deplored what he perceived as "loaded images, loaded rhetoric, few if any facts" and accused Mr. Stein of using a "Holocaust denier's" tactics."
Yes, that would be Expelled -- a film claiming to document the heavy-handed, inflexible censorship of certain views in scientific academia, engaging in, well, heavy-handed, inflexible censorship of certain views of its invited reviewers.
Given that Canadian IDiot and whackjob Denyse O'Leary is still all a-gush over the film, one suspects that the word "irony" is simply not in Denyse's dictionary.
Nor, I imagine, is the word "gullible." Really. You can look it up.