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That doesn’t mean I think Salva should be involved with a potential third film (I say potential because I won’t believe it’s real until production actually starts), but I shouldn’t feel guilty for wanting another entry in the series. None of it is meant to be incendiary (and my opinion certainly doesn’t mean much in the grand scheme of things).I’m mostly interested in starting a discussion and maybe even spreading awareness of the issue.This post is not me defending a child molester and I am not saying that I excuse what he did to that boy. Do you want to see DAMIEN | Image and trailer courtesy of A&E " data-medium-file="https://i2com/bloody-disgusting.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/Screen-Shot-2016-01-06-at-6.34.42-PM.png?fit=300,167" data-large-file="https://i2com/bloody-disgusting.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/Screen-Shot-2016-01-06-at-6.34.42-PM.png? fit=1000,557" / RATTER | courtesy of Sony Pictures " data-medium-file="https://i1com/bloody-disgusting.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/06/RATTER_Slam Dance_Key Art_image1.jpg?
With this announcement came an understandable amount of backlash for two reasons.First, the films are already on Blu-ray (the first one as a solo release with minimal extras and the second one as a double feature release with the first film and no extras). That being said, many feel that by releasing these Blu-rays, Shout! That is where the situation gets a little polarizing.Second, Victor Salva, the director of both films, is a convicted child molester. Salva is a perverted monster who deserves every bit of vitriol thrown at him. Here’s a brief summary of his crimes according to Wikipedia: Commercial videotapes and magazines containing child pornography were also found at his home.I don’t believe that Salva spent a long enough time in prison. Unfortunately, that is not what our justice system decided and I (along with everyone else) have to accept that fact.I’m not aware if Salva gets royalty checks for all of his films (he wrote all but one of his films, after all), but maybe film studios could start putting clauses in their contracts stating that royalties will be forfeited if criminal charges are made at any point after the film’s release.