Kenneth Del Vecchio Debuts The Life Zone, an Anti-Abortion Version of the Saw Movies
New Jersey state Senate candidate and ex-judge Kenneth Del Vecchio premiered his latest film The Life Zone, in association with his Justice For All Productions, on Saturday at the Hoboken Film Festival, which he co-founded and chairs. The movie, an anti-abortion twist on the Saw franchise, centers around three women "kidnapped from abortion clinics...being held for seven months -- until they all give birth." According to the press release, "The film, which appears to cut right down the middle, examining the topic from both sides, offers a powerful, anti-abortion climactic twist." This man is like the radical Republican Kubrick, except awful. Check out the trailer after the jump.
"You have all committed a terrible sin," the narrator growls. "You were all on the operating table ready to commit murder," a doctor adds.
Del Vecchio was previously made to resign from his role as a municipal court judge while promoting his movie O.B.A.M. Nude, in which a college student addicted to cocaine sells his soul to the devil to become a socialist leader. "Satan tutors him on political points," Del Vecchio said. "So he can trick the masses by a mantra of hope and change." Wink.
The rest of his filmography is equally impressive and totally terrifying.
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