Tag Archive: controversy

30 years later: Cannibal Holocaust

Considering we are a PG-13 website, this is the only picture from the film I feel comfortable posting. I'm not kidding.

30 years ago, Cannibal Holocaust was unleashed upon the world.  It went on to become one of the most controversial movies ever…no small feat, considering it came from the same country that gave us everything from Salo to Suspiria.  Hit the read more link for a look back at this blood-soaked classic.

Note: There are some story spoilers (not that you’d watch Cannibal Holocaust for the story, ha!)

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The used game controversy

In the wake of Cory Ledesma’s comments regarding used video games, the Internet has been ablaze with talk on the subject.  Kotaku, Ars Technica, Penny Arcade…if  a website even remotely deals with gaming, they have at least one article up stating their opinion.

Here’s mine.

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Violence in Videogames

Harvester

The debate rages on concerning violence in videogames.  Some question why it exists, while others argue that censorship sucks and adults should be freely allowed to consume whatever type of entertainment they desire.  I, however, have a different theory.  Let’s take a look at the game Manhunt as an example.

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