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Hostile films conspiracy concerns horror film makers giving glimpses into the worldwide underground network of real serial killers and glorifying their actions. Hostile film makers have even been accused of producing snuff films by murdering victims on screen, in real life, to achieve realism. The glorification of abducting and murdering people has moved up the film industry ladder from snuff to popular fluff film makers, with franchise titles such as Hostel, Saw, Centipede, and The Purge.

Concerning these major films titles, although they may not be killing people in real life on screen, they are promoting murderous abductions in the underground network of real serial killers. These movie titles do not give a sense of justice but convey primal murderous acts for "entertainment" purposes.

It's for this reason that the FBI has 'no copy' warnings at the beginning of distributed media, in order to track distributions through sales, in the event of a criminal investigation.

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