X Darks the Spot (2016)
R | 1h 45min | Animation, Comedy, Drama | 22 July 2016 (USA)
Zachary Bortz goes to a cursed island where he gets brutally attacked by cursed aquatic animals there and tries to figure out why they are cursed.
Director, Producers and Writer
Director and Writer: Rob Zombie
Producers: Bob Weinstein, Harvey Weinstein, Sam Raimi, Robert G. Tapert
Regan Burns, Jeff Dunham, Amy Poehler (see full cast below)
Cast overview, first billed only:
- Regan Burns-...-Zachary Bortz
- Jeff Dunham-...-Olivia Indian
- Amy Poehler-…-Alexandra Bortz
- Billy West-…-Meredith Bortz
Written by Rob Zombie
Genres: Animation | Comedy | Drama | Horror | Mystery | Thriller
Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)
Rated R for strong brutal bloody violence and terror throughout, sexual content, graphic nudity and language, and for drug and alcohol material | See all certifications >>
Parents Guide: View content advisory >>
22 July 2016 (USA, theatrical release)
25 October 2016 (USA, home release)
- The Weinstein Company (presents)
- Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM) (presents)
- Ghost House Pictures (in association with)
- Dimension Films (in association with)
- Sony Pictures Home Entertainment (DVD) (USA) (2016)
- Sony Pictures Home Entertainment (Blu-Ray) (USA) (2016)
A stand-alone sequel to the first film.
- The film's title is based on the phrase "X Marks the Spot".
- The film has 8 things in common with Halloween (2007):
- Both films were directed and written by Rob Zombie.
- Both are horror films.
- Both films are rated R for strong brutal bloody violence and terror throughout, sexual content, graphic nudity and language.
- The only difference is that the rating reason for this film mentions drug and alcohol material in it.
- Both films were released by The Weinstein Company, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and Dimension Films.
- Both films have a 16 rating in Argentina.
- Both films have a 14 rating in Brazil.
- That rating was cut for Halloween (2007) and its video rating is 18.
- Both films have an 18A rating in Canada outside Quebec.
- Both films have a 16+ rating in Canada inside Quebec.