Is Hollywood Shunning This Horror Story?

gosnellmovieAbortionist Kermit Gosnell is serving a life sentence for murdering babies born alive during abortion attempts and a woman who died during a procedure.

Pro-lifers noticed that mainstream media didn’t seem too interested in reporting on his house of horrors and covering his trial. Filmmakers Ann McElhinney and Phelim McAleer raised funds to make a documentary about “America’s biggest serial killer.” The project was fully funded.

But according to one of the filmmakers, Hollywood studios and distributors don’t seem interested in Gosnell’s story, either.

From Breitbart:

In a phone call with Breitbart News on Tuesday, producer Phelim McAleer said that a number of major studios and distributors have rejected the film, including several major streaming services.

McAleer declined to name specific distributors, citing nondisclosure agreements.

McElhinney added that Gosnell producers made a conscious decision to aim for a PG-13 rating, eschewing some of the most graphic material in an attempt to make the film as accessible as possible.

“This is continuing the media coverup — they don’t want anything that asks difficult questions about abortion,” she said in a statement.

Gosnell is currently in post-production, but without a distributor lined up, the producers say they are planning an independent release to get around what they call Hollywood’s blatant “coverup.” McAleer said test screenings of the film have scored “off the charts” and pointed to the film’s record-breaking crowdfunding haul — $2.2 million from more than 30,000 contributors — as proof that there is an audience for the story.

Why won’t Hollywood deal with this real-life horror story? We know Hollywood has little aversion to blood and gore. Does it have anything to do with the act of abortion itself?

Is the true story of a man slaughtering helpless, vulnerable, and voiceless human beings born alive after his first attempt to kill them too much even for those left-coast leftists?

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  1. This film would contribute to the kind of attitudinal changes that our country needs in order to survive. We see death and destruction all around us as the result of “progressive” policies. Death rates among middle-aged white Americans up 15% over the past decade; suicide rates for adolescent girls up 200%; suicide rates up for middle-aged females up more than 80%. No hope of achieving the American dream, cheapening of life, official encouragement of lawlessness and violent “protest.” Let us hope and pray that the new administration will be faithful to the people who put them in office and begin the healing.

  2. All the left wants to do is keep up the murder of predominantly black babies, in true Margaret Sanger fashion.