“Hollywood is bracing for a new government review of the marketing of violent entertainment to the young,” reports N.Y. Times guy Michael Ceipley. “The Federal Trade Commission is putting the final touches on a follow-up to its September 2000 report on the marketing to children of violent movies, music and video games. The first such assessment in three years, it will examine the selling practices of a mainstream entertainment industry that in the interim has become increasingly dependent on abductions, maimings, decapitations and other mayhem once kept away from studio slates.” Uhhh….yeah. These are the times we’re liviing in, and a lot of people want a taste of that Eli Roth Lionsgate horror moolah. (Including Lionsgate.)