Saturday, March 31, 2007

NOT ONLY A LITERAL SIGN OF THE COLLAPSE OF HUMANITY, BUT AN ASSAULT: We haven't been following the fight between After Dark Films and the MPAA over advertising for their "Elisha Cuthbert gets captured and tortured" flick Captivity, because, honestly, it's not that interesting and the movie looks horrid. But now that Joss Whedon has weighed on strongly (and somewhat surprisingly) on the side of the MPAA, that's well worth discussing, and, generally, I couldn't agree with him more--as someone who's seen more than a few horror flicks, the current "torture porn" subgenre utterly repulses me.

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