Hackers claiming to be the same group that stolen data from Sony Pictures took a potentially violent turn towards terrorism.Along with the document dumped that's described as a Christmas gift, a group delivered a warning to people planning to see the movie The Interview.The film is about two hapless journalists recruited by the CIA to kill the leader of North Korea, Kim Jong-un.The film has infuriated Pyongyang.Kim Jong-un's government calling it an act of war.They are denying that they are directly involved. We all suspect they were.The movie is a comedy, but after this message, no one's laughing. It says soon all the world will see what an awful movie Sony Pictures Entertainment has made.The world will be full of fear. Remember the 11 of September, 2001.The Department of Homeland Security says it's aware of the threat, but hasn't found evidence of an active plot within the United States.We don't have any credible threat specifically of any violence or anything.I would encourage people to continue enjoying their lives, going out shopping, doing everything else.Still the stars reportedly stopped media appearances and Thursday's premier in New York has been canceled.All of this as federal investigators scrub Sony's computers to try to figure out where this threat of a bitter fate came from.See if you can I.D. me. I'm one of the places where the earth axis intersects its surface.My latitude is 90 degrees north and my longitude is all of them. Despite popular belief, magnetic compasses do not point directly to me.