The media is reporting that Angelina Jolie tries to teach her kids the difference between real and game/movie violence and brutality. And with places like FearNet.com, not to mention some of Jolie’s own photshoots and movies, I don’t blame her.
Angelina Jolie tells British Harper’s Bazaar, "We don’t take war and violence lightly, but we don’t hide it from anybody."
"Listen, my kids play video games. I let them play with toy soldiers."
Back to Fear Net, a horror portal. The ad campaign for Fear Net proudly promotes it as a, "Warped place for warped minds."
The ads depict an assortment of violent and horrific situations that I will leave the pleasure of discovering in the gallery to you.
The ad campaign was created by The Brooklyn Brothers, New York with director Chris Bren, Photographer Robert Christensen, Illustrator Moto Komatsu, and art directors Metin Sozen, Stephen Rutterford.
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