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Life Zone created some controversy earlier this year when the film's first trailer was released. This is a pro-life film developed by former New Jersey Judge and Hoboken International Film Festival founder Kenneth Del Vecchio. The film takes on controversial material, abortion rights, and Life Zone also brings a religious perspective to this topic. In the film's story, several women are apparently kidnapped and forced to deliver children. However, the characters are actually in Purgatory as revealed in a few early previews (Movieline). Some of the women are condemned for their pregnancy choices or life decisions, while others find more heavenly destinations. This title was developed in bad taste on so many levels. It is hard to believe that Life Zone has now found a release date on home video formats. Screen Media Films will release this disturbing tale on DVD December 11th. Expectant mothers might want to skip the release. »

- noreply@blogger.com (Michael Allen)

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