Screen Media Films does business with child rapist

Screen Media Films does business with child rapist

THE DIRTY ARMY:  Nik, It’s payback time against this company for what they did to me. I invested into a film a few years ago, very low budget, and I ended up becoming victimized by a psychotic stalker. This company complained to the executive producers who banned me from the premiere!

Apparently, my being stalked was going to hurt the sale of a low budget film that ended up getting nothing but horrible reviews. Anyway, the director of all 3 Jeepers Creepers films is a convicted child rapist and video recorded kiddie porn for his own pleasure. This happened back in the ’80’s, but look at how Hollywood, especially Screen Media Films, was very forgiving when it came to a child rapist! Yet these same pricks blacklisted me and banned me from a premiere to a film that I helped invest money into all because I was dealing with a psycho stalker all because of my association with an attorney that was suing her for defamation. I’m so happy to see how Hollywood is crumbling and how all of these liberal retards are attacking each other, lol!

The libs are showing their true colors… it’s sexually sickening!- nik

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  1. Calling them outNovember 15, 2017 at 1:50 PM

    As long as we’re naming rapists, there’s a wannabe actor/director/stunt man named Van White (full name Christopher Van White). He lives in the los angeles area. He’s half white/half korean. He is a rapist. If he has raped you, report it to the LAPD! You will not be the first.

  2. jack.hahnNovember 7, 2017 at 1:56 AM

    FYI, this has nothing at all to do with “Jeepers Creepers Semi-Star”, a sketch in Season 2, Episode 3 of “Mr Show with Bob and David”, (The Biggest Failure in Broadway History), which originally aired in November, 1996. Jeepers Creepers is also the song with which Jackie Earle Haley as Adore Loomis trolled Donald Sutherland as Homer Simpson, right before being stomped to death at the end of the 1975 John Schlesinger-directed film “The Day of the Locust”.

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