Thursday, July 14, 2016

Chinese Laws Denies Promotion of Superstition.

     China's official censorship guidelines technically prohibit movies that "promote cults or superstition" — a holdover from the Communist Party's secular ideology — and the country's regulators occasionally have used this provision as rationale for banning films that feature ghosts or supernatural beings in a semi-realistic way, such as the remake of Ghostbusters and Disney's Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest, due their depictions of ghouls and cannibalism.  

Highly unlikely the "Ark of Kentucky" would have found a home.

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