Poster of Doom film is too scary according to New Zealand
In Australia and New Zealand people are not too happy with all kinds of games and movies at the moment. Grand Theft Auto San Andreas was previously banned Down Under and now New Zealand is complaining about the posters of the movie Doom. For example, they say that the poster would provide the necessary nightmares in children. The face with the monster and the text ‘No one gets out alive’ would incite terrifying fears. After 5 people complained in the country about the poster, the country decided to ban these promotions.
Everyone is aware that this piece of film work, directed by Andrzej Bartkowiak who has yet to build a reputation after Lethal Weapon 4, is based on the game of the same name. The story is therefore almost the same as that of the 3rd part that came out in 2004 for the PC and later also appeared for the Xbox. When it turns out that some things have gone wrong with genetic experiments on Mars (Virol or not?), a team of Marines led by Sarge (The Rock) is sent out to find out what exactly is going on. All communication with Earth has been lost and the center is completely quarantined, so something is very wrong in the large research reserve for unclear reasons. Due to a failed genetic study in which researchers have tried to add a 24th pair of chromosomes (in the film, by the way, they talk about a standard number of 23 chromosomes, where humans have 23 pairs) to the human body, there are quite a few from the hand-running projects went wrong. This gives test subjects either special powers or is transformed into mutating monsters. When they find out that there are also real people on the planet, the determined Sarge decides to execute everyone in order to prevent any damage to the earth. Marine John Grimm disagrees, however, and tries to save whatever can be saved on the planet. And this sometimes leads to fierce action within the group, but especially outside the group, where fierce monsters are waiting for them in the dark.