Sunday, November 13, 2005


Anyone who goes to see the movie Karla by Quantum Entertainment (a B-movie factory in L.A.) is giving money to people who are so bereft of ideas that they need to parasitize the lives of real suffering people.

By turning the living nightmare of the families of the two young teenagers who were raped, tortured and murdered by Paul Bernardo and Karla Homolka (not to mention the earlier survivors of Bernardo-aka the Scarborough Rapist) into an excuse for the morally impaired to watch serial killers make-out and then torture kids, Quantum Entertainment has reached rock bottom. But at least Quantum Entertainment has a financial motivation. Anyone who pays to see this movie, knowing that it spits in the face of real families (who had to make the gut wrenching decision as to whether to watch the actual videotape in court that the murders made of their loved-ones) is in serious need of a cognitive reboot using a car battery.


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