Rotten Apples is a website for checking sexual predators in Hollywood
It's the Weinstein-era search engine for a conscious audience
Rotten Apples is a website that allows audiences to check if the film or TV show they are interested in has connections to someone with allegations of sexual harassment or assault.
A play on the popular film review site Rotten Tomatoes, this online database is a response to the multitude of sexual assault allegations in Hollywood.
The completely free search engine is user-friendly, with just a search bar where you can type in your favorite television show or movie. The results will show that either the project, “has no known affiliation to anyone with allegations of sexual misconduct against them.” Or, it will list those involved who have been accused of sexual misconduct, along with their role in the film, and vetted news articles about the supposed abuse.
The mission behind this tool is not to shame projects or derail viewership. It is merely a way for audiences to stay informed and not grow desensitized to sexual misconduct.
Check your favorite films and television shows here.
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