A fashion model and a chauffeur are kidnapped and held hostage in a small room by a serial killer. While the madman methodically terrorizes them, the victims draw strength from each other and fall in love.

‘Captivity’ DVD Breakdown

Top cover girl and fashion model Jennifer Tree has it all - beauty, fame, money and power. Everyone wants her... but some more than others. Alone after a charity event, she is drugged and kidnapped. Held captive in a cell, Jennifer is subjected to a series of terrifying, life-threatening tortures that could only be conceived by a twisted, sadistic mind. Called one of the most controversial films of the year, Captivity will leave you terrified and looking over your shoulder wondering if you could be next!

- Rating Reason: strong violence, torture, pervasive terror, grisly images, language and some sexual material.

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‘Captivity’ Breaks Free on DVD October 30!

Enter Captivity this October.

In a story from DavisDVD, Academy Award winner Roland Jaffe's Captivity makes its way to DVD October 30 from Lionsgate Home Entertainment.

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‘Captivity’ and ‘1408’ Horror Films Switch Mid-June Release Dates

After Dark Films announced that horror/thriller film Captivity, starring Elisha Cuthbert and Daniel Gillies, will open July 13, after switching release dates with The Weinstein Company's 1408, which moves to June 22.

On March 29, Captivity received a one-month suspension of the ratings process from the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA), due to advertising in Los Angeles and New York that was deemed "inappropriate for public viewing." The film received an "R" rating in May.

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Check Out the ‘Captivity’ Billboard That Has Caused So Much Controversy!

After Dark Films will be releasing the horror film Captivity on May 18, starring Elisha Cuthbert (The Girl Next Door, 24) , Daniel Gillies (Spider-Man 3), Pruitt Taylor Vince (Deadwood), Laz Alonso (Stomp the Yard) and Michael Harney (Deadwood).

The studio had placed ads which appeared on 30 Los Angeles-area billboards and 1,400 New York taxi tops with images of the abduction, torture and death of a young woman. Apparently the billboard was not formally approved by the MPAA, which all films looking to get rated (i.e. "G", "PG", "PG-13", "R") must also submit their advertising art for approval.

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