Kevin Sorbo: Hollywood has it wrong when it comes to faith-based films

Kevin Sorbo wants to keep faith-based movies alive in Hollywood.

He told FOX411 there is plenty Hollywood can be doing to grow the faith-based film genre he is so passionate about.

"People have to support [faith-based movies]," he said. "It's as simple as that trust me, if people start going more and more to that type of movie, Hollywood will start making them more,” he said.

Sorbo told us at the 24th Annual Movieguide Awards that he believes some of the recent faith films could have been executed better.

"They did ‘The Exodus,' and they did ‘Noah,' and I think they learned their lesson: You don't get Atheist directors to direct movies that deal with the Bible. It's ridiculous—at least get an Agnostic!"

The actor’s film "God's Not Dead" was such a big hit last year that it spurred the recently released “God’s Not Dead 2.”

He believes faith-based movies would resonate better with audiences if Hollywood kept the films clean, like back in the ‘60s.

"If you're going to do a biblical movie do it,” he said. “Go back to what they used to prior to the 1960s because that's what changed. There were no R-rated movies prior to the ‘60s they were all G and PG-type movies. You had ‘Ben Hur' and ‘The Ten Commandments.' I watch those movies still today. They are wonderful movies. People have to support them, but Hollywood doesn't know how to put [newer faith-based movies] out there in a proper way."