>When the film was first released, several Australian animal rights organizations raised allegations of animal cruelty during filming and called for a boycott. The Sunday Mail reported at the time that Animal Liberation Queensland founder Jacqui Kent alleged the killing of more than 20 kittens during production and added that she was disturbed by reports from Europe which alleged other animals had been injured, as in one case where a producer allegedly had broken a cat's paw to make it appear unsteady on its feet. Other scenes that were the source of controversy were the scene of a kitten flying off a cliff and a scene of a pug fighting a bear. Kent said her organization had a number of complaints from people who had seen the film and were concerned that it could not have been made without cruelty. The Tasmanian and Victorian branches of the RSPCA also alleged abuses.
They deserve to have their faces broken with a sledgehammer
Is there anything that could possibly be a bigger red flag for autism?
You guys don't even know.
You're post is a pretty big one. Who the fuck wants to kill kittens for a shitty movie thing?
It's a music sub-genre and a fascination with older cultural stuff from the 80s and 90s. Windows 98, Japanese stuff that must look weird to an outsider, elevator music and crappy CGI are part of the look for vaporwave.
No, he means a relatively recent genre of music and media that takes a lot of cues and samples of 80's to 90's digital media, muzak, etc. and re-purposes them into some bastardized parody/homage. /mu/'s latched on to it, first as a joke, and apparently now for real.
Here are the obvious example of the genre:
Sorry but thats just the way the real world it is.
I don't really know anything about vaporwave and I don't think this counts, but the FFX title screen kind of made me think of it.