This is weird. valiant-ent.tv was a bogus VHS snuff-porn site Rockstar established way back in 2003 to promote the infamous Manhunt series until it let the registration lapse. Last month someone took over the domain and they're using it to flack a petition for a sequel. Now Manhunt's publisher is suing to regain control of the domain.
I wouldn't say this necessarily points to Manhunt 3 or some other sequel, but it's strange enough to notice, especially with the 10-year anniversary of the game's launch coming Nov. 18. Rockstar/Take-Two Interactive appeared to abandon the site sometime in 2011. Though the current incarnation insists it is "NOT Affiliated with Rockstar Games," it still loosely perpetuates the fiction of being Lionel Starkweather's (or someone's) snuff flick operation. There's a link over to a fan site called the Halloween Love Network, which appears to be a Manhunt/slasher-horror enthusiast blog.
Probably what tripped Take-Two's trigger is the countdown set to expire on the 10th anniversary of the game's launch. It's possible Rockstar's parent company is trying to reclaim ownership of this domain to squash the countdown's implication that a Manhunt sequel or re-release is coming. The identity of the current owner is shielded from WHOIS records.