If you're excited to see the upcoming horror film, Chernobyl Diaries, we should probably warn you that a support group for real life victims of the Ukraine nuclear power plant explosion that claimed the lives of thousands of people and displaced in 1986 is judging you. According to TMZ, the group, Friends of Chernobyl Centers U.S., is "furious with the plot of the new movie -- in which several people who were mutated in the blast hunt down unwitting tourists."
According to the gossip site's interview with a representative for the group:
"It is terrible that such a tragic event as Chernobyl is being sensationalized in a Hollywood horror film," a rep for the org tells us.
"Thousands of people have died and over 400,000 people were evacuated from their homes. Today over 5 million people still live on contaminated land. The horror is not mutants running around, the real horror is the effect that Chernobyl continues to have on the lives of millions who have been devastated physically, emotionally and economically."
The rep adds, "If you feel compelled to go see this movie, take the adrenalin you get from the horror to go do something good and make a difference in the lives of those still living with Chernobyl every day."
That said, the movie is set to be released on May 25th.