Forcing kids and teenagers fight each other to death until there’s one victor, just because your previous political system didn't work, is possibly one of the most unhinged ideas a dystopian world could abide by. One that The Hunger Games executed perfectly in its first film adaptation in 2012. What’s even more twisted is that, while these children mercilessly kill each other, it’s broadcasted on television and everyone is obliged to watch. The rich treat the Games as sports that they can bet on (and even train for).