Did the outrage that caused it to get shelved also return? (Spoiler: It has not)
After outraged responses from Fox and Trump, Universal yanks The Hunt from its schedule.
Store orders ban of violent displays, but is still selling guns and video games.
It's a throwback to an earlier Hollywood era, and an argument for why movies still matter.
New study trashes crappy consensus correlating gaming violence and aggression in real life
Politicians love to find scapegoats for mass shootings, especially if it lets them exonerate law enforcement and the social welfare state.
As guns proliferated in movies, accidental gun deaths and violent crime fell dramatically.
Rose McGowan and Salon think so. I don't.
Bernie Sanders Responds to Oregon Shooting: More Gun Control, More Mental Health, Less Violence in Media
Wants less shouting, more good policy.
An unforgettable documentary looks at the lasting scars of the Indonesian mass killings of 1965.
Reel violence does not lead to real violence.
Because Sandy Hook.
40,000 pages of documents related to evidence also filed
Didn't want children exposed to violence, but drop down monitors couldn't be shut off
For those asking the government to intervene to stop violent "triggers," where is the line?
Tells a British reporter he's not answering any more questions about film violence
As if there were any question
Officer testifies Holmes was "very relaxed" following mass shooting
Tired of frequency of being asked about it
Says he's never let social criticism change a single word in his script
Says movie does not defend or apologize for its use
Letters that might actually be relevant held back, though
Had purchased rifles and 400 rounds of ammunition
Will be given access to records about James Holmes
Reportedly contains descriptions of an attack
52% of American adults believe that violent movies and video games lead to more violence in society.