Before 'Hunger Games,' there was 'Battle Royale'

Set in Vienna and Geneva just before the start of World War I, A Dangerous Method concerns itself with psychiatrists Sigmund Freud and Carl Jung and their clinical subject, Sabina Spielrein. Director David Cronenberg and screenwriter Christopher

A lot of hype and anticipation awaits the release of Hunger Games, the first film of the trilogy based on the novels by Suzanne Collins. Now, on the eve of.

There have been comparisons made with Battle Royale, a 1999 Japanese novel by Koushun Takami, in which schoolchildren awaken on a remote island and find themselves in an event called the Program that forces them to fight the other members of their

Many believe that the book by Suzanne Collins (and the upcoming movie) was at least partially ripped-off from the Japanese book and film Battle Royale, which was released in the year 2001, seven years before the first Hunger Games book was published.

Set in Vienna and Geneva just before the start of World War I, A Dangerous Method concerns itself with psychiatrists Sigmund Freud and Carl Jung and their clinical subject, Sabina Spielrein. Director David Cronenberg and screenwriter Christopher