"I totally do want to validate Uwe Boll in the pantheon of the horror genre. He has totally made his mark and put his naysayers and critics to rest with this film. The guy’s a maverick; the way he directs, the way he funds his own movies, the way he distributed his film … love him or hate him, he’s a true individual, and I dig the guy."
"We double check our material carefully but Mr. Spacey‘s name got
through. I don’t know how; it will be withdrawn. It should not have
happened and we apologize."
â€” Paul Patrick of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender group on their mistaken (or "mistaken," if there’s actually anyone out there who finds speculation on Spacey’s sexuality at all titillating) inclusion of Kevin Spacey on a list of famous gays and lesbians being used to educate students in British schools. Via WENN.
"Adult (entertainment) has gone to a $10 billion business, and it
happened because it’s a business that everybody cares about and takes
seriously and I think we ought to remind the rest of the country about
"I feel they’ve understood in Europe. In America, it’s like talking about a different movie…In Europe, there’s a sense this film comes from the tradition of absurdist war movies about the futility of conflict. It has more in common with Beckett, Sartre and BuÃ±uel than it does with Oliver Stone."