Moviemaker Uwe Boll is to donate two per cent of the profits from his new horror film SEED to animal activists People For The Ethical Treatment of Animals after the organisation allowed him to use a shocking animal cruelty video for the project. The German used the "animal snuff" footage to "set the tone" of his upcoming film, which follows the exploits of a psychopath who is buried alive after a failed execution attempt. Boll's spokesman Bill Wanstrom says, "The killer scratches his way out of his coffin and starts seeking revenge on those who wronged him. "It's a terrifying film and Uwe just thought that the shocking PETA footage of animals being slaughtered and cruelly treated really sets the tone of the movie. "Uwe is fervently opposed to all forms of cruelty towards animals."
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