New Predator Movie Given R-Rating For Strong Bloody Violence

Horror fans, assemble. The new Predator movie, Prey, it has received an R rating due to its strong and bloody violence. The next film, set 300 years before the first Predator film, will be released in August in the UK. But you’ll certainly have to be brave to see it, after a listing on filmratings.com …

Read more

The bad old days of football hooligans are back as cocaine fuels stadium violence

Exclusive: The head of the national football police, Chief Constable Mark Roberts, has warned excessive alcohol and drug use at events this summer is “likely” to cause problems after ugly scenes marred the Euro 2020 final Video is loading Video not available The video will start playing automatically soon8thCancel Play Now Police surprised by latest …

Read more

Gabby Giffords Advocates Tirelessly Against Gun Violence in Inspiring Trailer for Upcoming Documentary

Gabby Giffords’ extraordinary journey comes to the big screen. the next documentary Gabby Giffords won’t back down follows the former congresswoman from Arizona and “her tireless fight to recover from an assassination attempt in 2011, and her new life as one of the most effective activists in the battle to prevent gun violence and promote …

Read more

Councilor grills police and detective over football violence issues affecting city – Notts TV News

Nottinghamshire Police and Crime Commissioner Caroline Henry. By Matt Jarram, Reporter for Local Democracy Nottinghamshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner has been accused of not taking concerns about violence ahead of Nottingham Forest games seriously enough. Cllr Michael Edwards (Lab) had asked Inspector Caroline Henry to launch an inquiry at a Police and Crime Panel meeting …

Read more

Cocaine isn’t the cause of violence at soccer games, but alcohol might be

Police Secretary Kit Malthouse has announced new measures he hopes will stem violence at football matches. Notably, anyone found to have “sold or used cocaine” could be banned from games for five years and have their passport confiscated. Not for the first time a government minister has identified “middle-class cocaine users” as the root of …

Read more