Criminals Gone Wild
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|Criminals Gone Wild|
|Directed by||Ousala Aleem|
|Produced by||Ousala Aleem
|Edited by||Ousala Aleem|
|Distributed by||MVD Entertainment Group|
The film chronicled the lives of several alleged criminals on rampages of crime sprees of robberies, assaults, carjacks and murders. The film caused much controversy in the news media over the authenticity of the crimes filmed.
The film was originally released and distributed by Aleem in November 2007. The film was later distributed nationally through MVD.
All standard copies of Criminals Gone Wild originally sold for $24.99. A deluxe edition was sold for $80 named the "crime pack combo" which included a copy of Grand Theft Auto: IV for whatever console the buyer chooses.
A sequel called Criminals Gone Wild 2: Menace to Humanity was released in limited quantity in late 2008.
- Siemaszko, Corky, "N.Y. man films 'Criminals Gone Wild'", New York Daily News, Dec 11, 2007. Retrieved on April 24, 2008.
- Goldman, Russell, "Police Probe DVD of Alleged Crimes", ABC News, Dec 14, 2007. Retrieved on April 24, 2008.
- Hill, Logan, "'Criminals Gone Wild' Video Raises Questions Over 'Real' Crimes", New York Magazine, Jan 7, 2008. Retrieved on April 24, 2008.
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