More than 40 French theaters have called for the cancelation of any further screenings of Scott Derrickson’s new shocker Sinister. The picture opened in France on November 7th.
"the flick was actually pulled due to viewer reception of Paranormal Activity 4, which opened the week prior. Apparently crowds became a bit riled up at PA4, which lead to "looting candy counters, insulting cashiers, urinating on seats, etc." WTF?????
As in they wanted their money back lol?
Urinating on seats = Pissed their pants. This movie is freaky. PA4 was more of a teens scary movie... the kind that would loot candy counters. I'd also probably be snapping at everyone with that freaky image in my head (you'll know what I mean if you watch the movie)
Never been to France, have ya? It's a whole new level of "Rude as F***" over there.
I agree, my dad had traveled to europe years ago & said the same thing that most french people in france are very rude.
*gasp* but but but shouldn't America be just like all those wonderful European countries? I mean, don't they get everything right?
I spent a month in Paris and Rouen and everybody was as nice as you could want. That whole "rude" thing is an ugly stereotype.
' Hmmmmm, they don't usually loot the candy counters too. Better pull the movie.'
Pretty crazy, I agree.
Peeing on seats? Note to self never go see a movie in France, they might break out in violence for stupid reasons......
At least double check the seat for wet marks! LOL
I would choose to see a movie in France rather than USA, some guy may open fire and kill like 10 or people at a premier of a big summer blockbuster like Batman. Or would that be stereotyping all Americans, violent gun touting rednecks?
Wait isn't France the place that put out Inside and Martyrs?? WTF!?!
Dumbest reasoning ever. What a horseshit move.
I so want to see this movie man! ME and my gf live for films like these!!!!
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