By Jonathon Dornbush
Updated September 30, 2014 at 06:07 PM EDT

Left Behind

  • Movie

From what’s been revealed thus far, Left Behind appears to have two key qualities of a classic Nicolas Cage film: All the dialogue is either whispered or screamed, and everything in the movie is on fire. But in case that wasn’t enough to attract audiences, the film’s promotional campaign has enlisted the help of the prince of evil whose entire world is on fire—Satan.

Opening this Friday, Oct. 3, Left Behind tells the story of the biblical Rapture, in which millions of people have disappeared. Remaining groups of survivors attempt to recover from the ensuing chaos, including a pilot played by Cage, who is searching for his daughter.

In a poster debuted on the film’s Facebook page and seen above, Satan is quoted (it must have been a hell of a trip to get that interview) as saying “Please do not bring unbelievers to this movie.”

Left Behind is actually a remake of the 2000 Kirk Cameron film of the same name, which itself was based on a series of novels dealing with the end of the world as inspired by the Bible’s description of such events.

A representative for the film did not immediately respond to a request for comment regarding the poster. Additionally, Satan did not respond to request for further comment.

Left Behind

  • Movie
  • 95 minutes
  • Vic Sarin