Jury Awards $460K Over Cult Horror Film Infringement

Law360, New York (January 31, 2017, 7:00 PM EST) -- Movie sales and distribution company PFG Entertainment Inc. must pay $460,000 for using footage originally intended for the 2013 cult horror film “Toolbox Murders 2” and marketing a re-edited version as “Coffin Baby,” a California federal jury decided Friday. 

The jury found PFG and its president Ted Rosenblatt willfully infringed the “Toolbox Murders 2” movie after the film's writer and director made a deal with Rosenblatt and his company to distribute the re-edited film, court records indicate. The jury awarded TBM III Movie LLC and Aquarius...
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