Scalps is a 1983 USA horror by Fred Olen Ray.
Starring Jo-Ann Robinson, Richard Hench and Roger Maycock.
Uncut for 18 rated UK release. Uncut in the US but there is a shortened VHS version.
Silly group of college science students go an dig around in an indian burial ground for artifacts. Unfortunately, one of them becomes possessed by the evil spirit of Black Claw so he must therefore slaughter all of his friends.
UK: Passed 18 uncut for strong violence, sexual violence, injury detail for:
From IMDb. The uncut version is a combination of footage taken from a heavily censored German master, a Canadian master and the American VHS release which was the only source he could find for the infamous scalping scene, this accounts for the
wildly varying video quality of the DVD.
US: There exists a shortened version in the US that contains all of the vielnce.
Scandal is a 1989 UK drama by Michael Caton-Jones.
With John Hurt, Joanne Whalley and Bridget Fonda.
Cut by the BBFC. This BBFC cut version was rated X in the US Later it was released Unrated. The film was further cut for the US R rated version
An English bon-vivant osteopath is enchanted with a young exotic dancer and invites her to live with him. He serves as friend and mentor, and through his contacts and parties she and her friend meet and date members of the Conservative Party.
Eventually a scandal occurs when her affair with the Minister of War goes public, threatening their lifestyles and their freedom. Based on the real Profumo scandal of 1963.
Upon its original UK release, the chief censor at the BBFC claimed to be able to see a couple in the background of an orgy scene who were actually having sex on top of a piano. Although the footage was not clear enough to confirm this, the
scene had to be optically blurred to cover up the offending genitalia!
Composite DVD with 2 features and many trailers cut in 2005 with the following BBFC comment: Cuts were made to remove trailers for The Sin Syndicate and Prostitutes Protection Society, in addition to cuts in the feature
itself. Cuts required to remove images which may endorse or eroticise sexual violence.
Amazon US : Indian sacrifice Well, if anyone thinks we are in an age of "no-holds-barred" cinema these days, try imagining a Hollywood producer's reaction to a exploitation comedy plot about 2 guys who
drug and kidnap women, and terrorize them with elaborate theatrics to get their sexual kicks. Their scenarios involve a phantom-of-the-opera type, an "Indian sacrifice" and, best of all, a ludicrous, made-up fascist organization. Of
course it is all ridiculous and the farthest thing from truly hateful, but it is sure to offend some humorless individuals.
The extras are a good selection of trailers and short subjects, the most notable being a 40 minute story of a NYC prostitute which is sleazy and oddly compelling at the same time.
Scarecrows is a 1988 USA horror by William Wesley.
Starring Ted Vernon, Michael David Simms and Richard Vidan.
Exists as a heavily cut US R rated version which was released in the UK for 1989 cinema release and home video up to 2007 DVD. There is also a US uncut version that is MPAA Unrated.
Summary Review: Claustrophobic tension
Five people heist the Camp Pendleton payroll, kidnap a pilot and his daughter, who are forced to fly them to Mexico. Enroute a double cross has one of the thieves parachute with the loot into an abandoned graveyard surrounded by strange
Scarecrows is basically a glorified zombie movie, and pretty much plays out like one as the characters are picked off by their unworldly adversaries. The fact that the entire film takes place in what appears to be real time and in only one
location ensures that it benefits from a claustrophobic tension, which benefits a film like this greatly. Truly frightening and a wonderful horror film.
Scarface is a 1983 US gangster film by Brian De Palma.
With Al Pacino, Michelle Pfeiffer and Steven Bauer.
Cut by the BBFC for 1984 cinema release and 1987 VHS, then uncut since 1994 VHS. Uncut in the US with an R rating, but only after an appeal.
Summary Review : Masterpiece
Scarface is a 23 year old masterpiece directed by Brian de Palma and is so influential that it defined a decade in some ways, in terms of the fashion that main character Tony Montana (Al Pacino) wore and the music and the era
of the drug industry that also defined the 80s.
This is a film that certainly glorifies violence and creates a cool guy who is also a real nasty piece of work, the film is iconic with great quotable lines and a new generation has embraced this fully, so its legacy is safe
and in terms of being a masterpiece, yes this is clearly one of the great movies of all time.
The director had a battle to get his final version passed R rather than the NC-17 the MPAA offered on the first 3 submissions. De Palma won an appeal and released his final cut of the film with an R Rating. It was reported that that was
only reduced to an R after De Palma brought in a narcotics cop (the head of Florida's Broward County) who plead its case as a cautionary tale. Universal also were backed at the appeal by critic Roger Ebert, then chain exhibition boss Alan
There are stills showing that more violent footage was made, but this was dropped earlier during the editing process.
UK: Passed 18 after 25s of BBFC cuts for:
1987 CIC VHS
1984 cinema release
The BBFC cuts were:
The chainsaw sequence was cut including the line where Hector threatens Tony with a chainsaw: And now the leg... Blood spatters and we hear the chainsaw cutting.
Scars of Dracula is a 1970 UK horror by Roy Ward Baker.
With Christopher Lee, Dennis Waterman and Jenny Hanley.
Originally cut by the BBFC for an 18 rated 1970 cinema release. The cuts have persisted ever since but the the BBFC rating was reduced to 15 for DVD. The same cut version is MPAA R rated in the US.
A young man, Paul Carlson, is on a trip and spends the night at count Dracula's castle. Needless to say, he is murdered. After some time has passed, the young man's brother Simon comes to the small town where all the traces end to look for him.
Scars Of Dracula is generally regarded very poorly among Hammer fans. A decreased budget results in less impressive sets, and there is a bit more blood and violence than usual, but the film has an energy which was somewhat lacking in Dracula Has
Risen From The Grave and Taste The Blood Of Dracula.
UK: The cut Cinema Version was passed 15 uncut for moderate bloody horror for:
From IMDB. The UK cinema version was cut by the BBFC to:
remove a scene of Dracula lapping blood from Tania's chest wound,
remove footage of Tania's dismembered limbs and
a shortening of the Priest's scarred face during the bat attack.
A further BBFC-requested cut to the torture of Klove with a poker was waived after the distributors made a music edit instead.
The cuts have never turned up in any print to date and may no longer survive.
MediaCensorshipInAustralia points out that the Australian Blu-ray clocks at 95:17s = 91:28s PAL, with the intriguing possibility that this release could include the missing 30s. Unfortunately a closer look at
the Australian release confirms that the 30s of cut material is not included (with thanks to Shane for investigating).
Scary MoVie is a 2013 USA comedy by Malcolm D Lee.
With Ashley Tisdale, Simon Rex and Charlie Sheen.
Exists as a cut Theatrical Version and the inevitable Unrated Version
A couple begin to experience some unusual activity after bringing their newborn son home from the hospital. With the help of home-surveillance cameras and a team of experts, they learn they're being stalked by a nefarious demon.
Reviewers mostly agree that the film is dire.
UK: The Unrated Version was passed 15 uncut for crude and sexual humour for:
Schizo is a 1976 UK thriller by Pete Walker.
With Lynne Frederick, John Leyton and Stephanie Beacham.
Cut by the BBFC for an X rated 1976 cinema release. Further BBFC cuts for 18 rated 1987 VHS, but cuts waived for 18 rated DVD in 2008. Uncut and R rated in the US.
Summary Review: Psychological Terror Twists
Samantha and Alan are getting married, but William Haskins isn't pleased and begins shadowing Samantha as she tries to get on with married life. Haskins' attempts to frighten her drive Samantha to desperation, but she's having trouble convincing
anyone that she's being stalked. Even her psychiatrist dismisses her concerns as part of her neurosis. As bodies begin turning up, Samantha's story becomes more believable, and her dark secret from the past begins to reveal itself.
Pete Walker and his loyal scriptwriter David McGillivray were pretty much England's most controversial duo of filmmakers back in the glorious seventies. They provided genre fans with provocative and violent films, stuffed with social criticism and
Schizo blends an innovating slasher premise with some of the genre's oldest and most delightful clichés. Highly recommended!
UK: Passed 18 uncut for strong bloody violence with previous BBFC cuts waived for:
At 0 min - During opening voice-over, suggestion that schizophrenia makes its victims violent was removed. This was achieved by removing the words "violent and" :
"Schizophrenia, a mental disorder sometime know as multiple or split personality, characterised by loss of touch with environment and alternation between violent and contrasting behaviour patterns."
So that the text should now read -
"...and alternation between contrasting behaviour patterns."
At 12 mins - In flashback of man on train, sight of knife slashing stomach of bare-breasted woman after she leans back on bed screaming.
At 74.5 mins - When mallet hits woman's head as she waits for bus, two shots of her face covered in blood were removed (offscreen blows remained). After second blow with mallet in vision, four more shots of bloody face before she sinks to the
ground were removed.
At 83.5 mins - Sight of needle emerging from head next to woman's eyes was removed (needle entering back of head and initial turn of head remained).
At 84.5 mins - Close up of needle sticking out of side of dead woman's eye was removed (MS as camera pulls away may remained).
At 95 mins - When woman has flashback of mother copulating, all sight of her bottom being slapped during sex and also of her in suspender belt with legs wrapped around man (before child watches from door) were removed.
At 96 mins - Attack on woman's bare stomach was reduced to minimum establishment only, removing knife slashes and stabbing of stomach and all prodding and slashing of blood-stained torso, resuming on child hitting offscreen.
UK: Passed X (18) after BBFC cuts for:
1976 cinema release
Thanks to Salote. The BBFC cuts were:
Reel 5 - Shots of knife slashing across naked woman's stomach in flashback killing of mother by her daughter were considerably reduced.
The packaging for Image's 2001 US DVD release retains the controversial tag-line that was dropped from the film's UK theatrical campaign following complaints from mental health organizations: Schizophrenia...when the left hand doesn't know
who the right hand is killing!
School For Sex is a 1969 UK comedy by Pete Walker.
Starring Derek Aylward, Rose Alba and Bob Andrews.
Cut by the BBFC for 1969 release. Probably the same cut version was released on VHS and DVD. There is an export version featuring more nudity.
British Sexploitation/Sex Comedy. Lord Wingate, aquitted after appearing in court for fraud, starts up a 'finishing school' to teach girls how to extract money from rich men, in return for a percentage of their gains. He enlists the help of the
Duchess of Burwood (Alcoholic Aristocrat played by Rose Alba) as a teacher and Hector (Cockney Geezer played by Nosher Powell) as fitness instructor. A probation officer friend supplies the first batch of pupils fresh from Holloway prison via a
clapped out old mini bus. Suspicious neighbours and police together with newspaper reports naming the prison girls now hobnobbing in high society results in a raid and new court appearance for Lord Wingate. The Judge sentences him but plots to
start up his own 'school for sex'.
International: An export version was filmed with considerably more female nudity.
UK: Previously passed 18 uncut for:
1996 Jezebel Films Limited VHS
It is not clear if this is the cut cinema version or not
Scooby-Doo is a 2002 USA / Australia comedy mystery adventure by Raja Gosnell.
Starring Matthew Lillard, Freddie Prinze Jr and Sarah Michelle Gellar.
Reported to be cut in the US for an MPAA PG rating. All UK releases rated PG after further BBFC category cuts.
The Mystery Inc. gang have gone their separate ways and have been apart for two years, until they each receive an invitation to Spooky Island. Not knowing that the others have also been invited, they show up and discover an amusement park that
affects young visitors in very strange ways. Fred, Daphne, Velma, Shaggy and Scooby soon realize that they cannot solve this mystery without help from each other.
It was reported that producers cut a scene featuring a kiss between two of its female characters to make it appropriate for PG rated family viewing.
Sarah Michelle Gellar who plays Daphne originally shares a kiss with co-star Linda Cardellini as Velma. The original script reportedly featured a scene in which Fred gazed lustfully at Daphne while she leaned over him to load luggage into an
airplane's overhead bin. The camera then caught Velma, ogling her too before they kissed. A source from the film's production team said:
At the film's first screening the censors were horrified by the kissing scene. They were shocked and said it was highly inappropriate for family viewing. It has now been edited out and will not be seen.
Screenwriter James Gunn confirmed that the kiss was filmed but cut in the final edit.
UK: Passed PG for mild action violence and sex references after 1s of BBFC category cuts for:
2002 Warner DVD
2002 cinema release
The BBFC commented:
Distributor chose to remove sight of potentially imitable martial arts techniques (kicks to head) in order to obtain a 'PG'. A '12' uncut was available to the distributor.
School For Unclaimed Girls is a 1969 UK crime drama by Robert Hartford-Davis.
Starring Madeleine Hinde, Renée Asherson and Dennis Waterman.
Cut by the BBFC for the X rated 1969 cinema release. Probably the same version released on 2008 and 2016 18 rated DVD.
While attempting to reach his daughter Nicki (Madeleine Hinde), who is screaming on a merry-go-round, Richard (David Lodge) is crushed to death. Seven years later, Nicki still bears the scars of her father's death and blames herself for it. When
Nicki's mother (Renee Asherson) gets into an affair with Harry (Patrick Mower), who is only after her for her money, Nicki gets into a horrific argument with him and, in the struggle, stabs him. Nicki is sent to a remand home where she is
persecuted by the other inmates. Eventually, she manages to escape and heads to Oxford to stay with her boyfriend Peter (Dennis Waterman). She soon learns that even he cannot be trusted. Nicki realises that she must turn and face up to her past.
Even then, tragedy is close to hand.
UK: Passed 18 for strong violence, moderate sexual violence and nudity without further BBFC cuts for:
Science Fair is a 2018 USA documentary by Cristina Costantini and Darren Foster.
Starring Jim Cummings, Kendal Farr and Nican Robinson.
Originally 12A rated by the BBFC but the distributors asked for a reconsideration resulting in a PG rating without requiring cuts.
Nine high school students from disparate corners of the globe navigate rivalries, setbacks, and hormones on their quest to win the international science fair. Only one can be named "Best in Fair."
UK: Passed PG uncut for mild bad language, drug references for:
2018 cinema release
UK: Previously passed 12A for implied strong language
Science Fair Passed 12A for implied strong language ( 90:34s )
The BBFC commented:
This work was originally classified 12A without cuts on 15 September 2018. This determination was formally reconsidered by the BBFC at the request of the submitting company. The BBFC carefully considered the arguments put forward by the
submitting company, looked again at the relevant submitted material, and concluded that a revision to the original determination was appropriate.
Score is a 1974 US/Yugoslavia erotic drama by Radley Metzger .
With Claire Wilbur, Calvin Culver and Lynn Lowry.
Banned by the BBFC for 1974 cinema release. Real gay sex was cut from the 2013 Arrow release for an 18 rating, otherwise the film would have been uncut, but with an R18 rating.
Summary Review: Period Piece
Liberated '70s couple seduce another couple into experimentation with bisexuality and group-sex.
The film calls for sexual liberation and it a fun look at sex and dialog of the stoned 70's. In the UNCUT version of Score Gerald Grant and Cal Culver (Casey Donovan of gay porn fame) engage in explicit, X-rated sexual activity.
The bi-sexual theme may not sit well with a lot of folks and perhaps that is what makes the film so special and is is part of the enduring charm. People have trouble with non-traditional sex (particularly for men).
Artfully photographed by Metzger himself and veteran cinematographer Franjo Vodopivec on location in Yugoslavia, has clever dialogue which removes outmoded notions of sexual parameters from the start.
This movie was WAY ahead of its time with some great erotic scenes, plenty of nudity and drug references. The lead actress (Claire Wilbur) is marvelous in her role as Elvira, the swinging married seductress. Lynn Lowry is quite convincing in her
role as an innocent newlywed catholic school girl turned wild sexpot!
All in all, this movie is great fun to watch. It is an extremely enjoyable and often shocking piece of erotic cinema.
UK: The Cut US Softcore Version was passed 18 for strong sex and nudity with 6:53s of pre-cuts for:
2013 Arrow RB Blu-ray/ R2 DVD Combo
The BBFC commented:
Distributor chose to remove clear sight of unsimulated oral sex in order to achieve an 18 classification. An uncut R18 was available.
In addition to cuts of 2 minutes 3 seconds which were required by the BBFC for the 18 classification - an R18 without cuts was available - the distributor chose to remove an additional 4 minutes 50 seconds of content.
US: There is a cut US softcore version. that is exactly the same running time as that passed 18 by the BBFC. Presumably it is the same version. It looks like Arrow submitted the uncut version and the BBFC requested cuts of 2:03s. Rather
than implement the cuts themselves, Arrow submitted the cut US version instead, which meets the BBFC demands but is substantially shorter. Presumably using the existing US softcore version makes it easier in terms of the soundtrack and
A scene features cross cutting between a softcore lesbian scene and a hardcore gay scene featuring real oral sex. Presumably the BBFC required cuts were to the gay blow jobs. The remainder of the cuts are US cuts to tone down the remaining sex
in the same scene.
UK: Passed 12 after BBFC advised category cuts for:
2002 R2 DVD
2002 cinema release
The BBFC commented:
The distributor sought and was given advice during post-production which resulted in the removal, prior to formal submission, of a headbutt delivered by the hero to the villain in a climactic fight sequence.
Note that there is a 15 rated audio commentary track that results in a 15 rated package. However the main feature is still the cut 12 rated version.
There is also an uncut European Crypt Keeper R0 DVD
From Sex Gore mutants: Twisted
'Scrapbook' is a low budget insular piece that looks into the mind of a serial killer and his unlucky victim. The scrapbook of the title is one that twisted Leonard (Tommy Biondo) has been working on for some time, it's a
collection of polariods and pieces of deranged memorabilia that he's built up from years of brutal slayings. His victim this time round is the luckless Clara (Emily Haack) who he delights in degrading at every opportunity - beating, raping and
torturing her over and over again.
'Scrapbook' is without a doubt one of the most brutal and horrifying films ever released...period. In fact I doubt there has ever been a film so scarily close to the bone in perfectly depicting the real terrifying
intensity of the psyche of a serial killer.
I could wax lyrically for ages about just how jaw-droppingly stunning this film is but I wont. All I would say is that if you think you've got the stomach to sit through this one then waste no time in doing so. Powerful,
provocative and gut wrenchingly disturbing - the must see independent horror movie of the year.
Passed 18 after 15:24s of BBFC cuts for:
2003 Crypt Keeper R0 DVD
The BBFC commented when cutting the film in 2003:
Cuts required to remove sexual assault and humiliation, and sexualised violence
15:43s-18:24s. Remove in its entirety scene in which woman is raped and degraded, from forcible stripping through to, and including, sight of man urinating on woman.
53:21s-67:20s. Remove in their entirety the following consecutive scenes: humiliation of woman in the shower (including enforced stripping and photographs take); extended sexual humiliation and rape of woman. Remove also the subsequent repeat
footage of shower scene (intervening shots of scrapbook may remain). Sight of man drilling door may remain.
84:30s-85:40s. Remove all sight of woman running knife across man's chest and penis., ending after wounds inflicted on chest.
A killer known as Ghostface begins killing off teenagers, and as the body count begins rising, one girl and her friends find themselves contemplating the "Rules" of horror films as they find themselves living in a real-life one.
Redubbed for various reasons. These include adding new dialog, changing pre-existing sentences and redubbing to improve audibility. The changes are quite reasonable, the PPV cut unfolds the story just a tiny bit more by filling a few story
holes and makes the movie seem more complete.
UK: The Theatrical Version was passed 15 uncut for strong violence, gore and language for:
Scream Blacula Scream is a 1973 USA horror by Bob Kelljan.
Starring William Marshall, Don Mitchell and Pam Grier.
Cut by the BBFC for an X rated 1973 cinema release. uncut on home video. Uncut and PG rated in the US.
After a dying Voodoo queen chooses an adopted apprentice as her successor, her true heir is outraged. Seeking revenge, he buys the bones of Blacula the vampire off of a dealer, and uses voodoo to bring the vampire back to do his bidding. In turn,
Blacula turns him into a vampire and makes him his slave. Meanwhile, a police officer with a large collection of African antiques and an interest in the occult investigates the murders caused by Blacula and his vampire horde.
Scream Blacula Scream proved a worthy follow-up to Blacula . The voodoo angle was a logical next step, and, for a kid whose preference was for fright films, it did not disappoint. And it STILL doesn't. I was
surprised at how creepy it still is, after all these years. Pam Grier's character here is more sympathetic than the vast majority of the parts she's had over the years, and she is more than capable in the role. William Marshall is as majestic as
ever. The direction is even better than in the original. A sequel worth seeing.
UK: Passed 15 uncut for strong horror for:
2009 Eureka Blacula Complete Collection RB Blu-ray/R2 DVD Combo
at UK Amazon
2008 Optimum [Dracula + Scream Blacula Scream] R2 DVD is available
at UK Amazon
Season of the Witch is a 1972 USA horror drama by George A Romero.
Starring Jan White, Raymond Laine and Ann Muffly.
Exists as an original US Version, a shortened International Version and a further shortened video version.
Joan Mitchell is an unhappy, suburban housewife pushing 40, who has an uncommunicative businessman husband, named Jack, and a distant 19-year-old daughter, named Nikki, on the verge of moving out of the house. Frustrated at her current situation,
Joan seeks solace in witchcraft after visiting Marion Hamilton, a local tarot reader and leader of a secret black arts wicca set, who inspires Joan to follow her own path. After dabbling a little in witchcraft, Joan, believing herself to have
become a real witch, withdraws into a fantasy world and sinks deeper and deeper into her new lifestyle until the line between fantasy and reality becomes blurred and eventually tragedy results.
UK: A video version was passed 15 uncut for strong violence, sex and language for:
2018 Arrow Special Edition [Shortened International + Video versions] (RB) Blu-ray
at UK Amazon
2008 Anchor Bay Entertainment UK dubbed video
UK: The Shortened International Version Passed 15 uncut for strong injury detail, brief sexualised nudity, drug misuse for:
2018 Arrow Special Edition [Shortened International + Video versions] (RB) Blu-ray
at UK Amazon
2017 Arrow Limited Edition [Shortened International + Video versions] (RB) Blu-ray
at UK Amazon
UK: Passed 18 uncut for:
1994 Redemption Films VHS titled Season of the Witch
US: Uncut and MPAA Unrated for:
2018 Arrow Special Edition [Shortened International + Video versions] (RA) Blu-ray
at US Amazon
2017 Arrow Between Night and Dawn (RA) Blu-ray/(R1) DVD Combo
at US Amazon
US: The original US version ran for 130 minutes.
Originally filmed and released in 1971 under the title Hungry Wives which ran at 130 minutes, the movie was re-edited for foreign distribution and re-released as Jack's Wife a year later, running at 104 minutes.
In response to George A. Romero's successful release of Creepshow in 1982, Jack's Wife was released on home video as Season of the Witch with the running time trimmed further to 89 minutes.
The studio were not impressed by Romero's original cut and requested that Romero make the sex scenes more pornographic. Romero refused, insisting that to do so would miss the point of the film and therefore change the intended genre and
audience. The end result was a film that was cut into little bits in the editing room and re-released as Hungry Wives! in 1973.
Marketed as softcore porn while the film in truth held zero pornographic content, the movie failed.
It wasn't released again until years later, after the success of Romero's work of the late 70s, featuring a completely different cut titled Season of the Witch.
Tragically, both Hungry Wives! and Romero's original cut have since been lost.
Sebastiane is a 1976 UK romance by Paul Humfress and Derek Jarman.
Starring Leonardo Treviglio, Barney James and Neil Kennedy.
The film includes an erect penis in such away that it stays hidden for some screen ratios, most notably that shown to the BBFC. The hidden material stayed hidden for VHS but reappeared for 2014 cinema release and 2018 Blu-ray.
300 A.D. : the Roman Sebastianus is exiled to a remote outpost populated exclusively by men. Weakened by their desires, these men turn to homosexual activities to satisfy their needs. However, Sebastianus becomes the target of lust for a
homosexual centurion, but he rejects the man's advances.
UK: Passed 18 uncut for strong sex and nudity for:
There is a prolonged sex scene, which includes sight of an erect penis. There is also a scene showing a pagan ritual dance, in which men wearing giant fake phalluses appear to ejaculate white fluid over a male dancer's face and body.
This release includes the hidden scene, see below.
Thanks to Peter:
Sebastiane in the upcoming Derek Jarman Blu-ray box set from the BFI contains the infamous erection footage (BBFC advice states There is a prolonged sex scene, which includes sight of an erect penis. There is also a scene showing a pagan ritual
dance, in which men wearing giant fake phalluses appear to ejaculate white fluid over a male dancer's face and body.)
The erection was never officially censored by the BBFC for the film's original theatrical release. As Jarman later said: We hid it!......We shot the film in Academy [the 4x3 screen ratio of older films], but showed it to the censors with a
widescreen mask on the projector. Sebastiane's hard-on was hidden below the frame-line, and they passed the film uncut. When we projected it in 4x3, the hard-on was still there!
The shots were, however, matted out from subsequent video releases and TV showings.
UK: Passed 18 without BBFC cuts for:
2001 Second Sight Films [Subtitled] video
1995 Tartan VHS
1991 Virgin VHS
1976 cinema release titled Sebastiane
Director Derek Jarman had included a hidden scene featuring an erect scene such that it was hidden for widescreen cinema releases (but included in 4:3 cinema releases). This extra material is missing from the above video releases.
UK: A re-edited version was passed 18 uncut for Blu-ray extras:
2018 BFI video titled Sebastiane: A Work in Progress
Secondhand Lions is a 2003 USA family comedy drama by Tim McCanlies.
Starring Haley Joel Osment, Michael Caine and Robert Duvall.
BBFC category cuts were required for a PG rated 2003 cinema release. Uncut and 12 rated on home video. Uncut and MPAA PG rated in the US.
A boy named Walter is dropped by his mother Mae at his great-uncles' house. Later,Walter will find out his great-uncles' big secret. And rumors say that Hub & Garth, Walter's great uncles, have stolen much gold & money. (some say they stole it
from Al Capone) Did they really steal that money or not?
Seconds is a 1966 USA mystery thriller by John Frankenheimer.
With Frank Campanella, John Randolph and Frances Reid.
Cut by the BBFC for cinema. Uncut on 2015 DVD/Blu-ray. Cut by the MPAA for US cinema. These cuts were restored for laserdisc in 1996 and subsequent DVDs
Middle-aged banker Arthur Hamilton is given the opportunity to start a completely new life when he receives calls from his old friend Charlie. The only problem is that Charlie is supposed to be dead. Hamilton is eventually introduced to a firm
that will fake his death and create an entirely new look and life for him. After undergoing physical reconstruction surgery and months of training and psychotherapy, Hamilton returns to the world in the form of artist Tony Wilson. He has a nice
house in Malibu and a manservant, a company employee who is there to assist him with his adjustment. He finds that the life he had hoped for isn't quite what he expected and asks the company to go through the process with surprising results.
UK: Passed 15 uncut for strong nudity, threat for:
From IMDb. As well as restoring the censored nudity in 1996, Frankenheimer had also intended to restore a scene in which the transformed Hamilton visits his daughter, but the footage could not be found.
US: Cut for cinema release
From IMDb. John Frankenheimer originally shot the orgy sequence involving treading wine grapes with nudity. However the MPAA refused to allow the nudity to pass so the theatrical release was re-edited to remove all nude shots.
The Secret Invasion is a 1964 USA action war drama by Roger Corman.
Starring Stewart Granger, Raf Vallone and Mickey Rooney.
BBFC category cuts were required for an 'A' rated 1964 cinema release. Uncut and PG rated on home video. Uncut in the US.
The Nazis imprison an Italian general who was planning to switch sides and turn over his army to the Allied side. Allied headquarters sends a small, somewhat misfit group of soldiers to spring the general from prison and carry out his plans.
The Secret Life of Walter Mitty is a 2013 USA comedy fantasy adventure by Ben Stiller.
With Ben Stiller, Kristen Wiig and Adam Scott.
BBFC advised cuts for a PG rated cinema release in 2013. This cut UK version has been released worldwide
A day-dreamer escapes his anonymous life by disappearing into a world of fantasies filled with heroism, romance and action. When his job along with that of his co-worker are threatened, he takes action in the real world embarking on a global
journey that turns into an adventure more extraordinary than anything he could have ever imagined.
BBFC advised category
UK: Passed PG for infrequent moderate violence, mild language and sex references after BBFC advised cuts for category for:
This work was originally seen for advice. The company was advised that the film was likely to receive a 12A rating but that their preferred PG rating could be achieved by making limited changes, including:
to remove sight of naked female pin-up pictures and
to reduce violent threat in a fight scene [A shot in which a man is threatened with a broken glass during a bar fight]
When an edited version of the film was submitted for formal classification, these scenes had been addressed and the film was consequently rated PG.
US: The cut UK Version seems to have become the version for worldwide release and is MPAA PG rated for some crude comments, language and action violence for:
The Secrets of Sex is a 1970 UK horror fantasy by Antony Balch.
Starring Richard Schulman, Janet Spearman and Dorothy Grumbar.
Heavily cut by the BBFC for an X rated release in 1970. Originally released uncut in the US but was later reissues in a heavily cut R rated version. The film was passed 18 uncut for 2009 18 rated DVD and in the US it is uncut and MPAA Unrated for
2018 DVD release.
A brainy sex flick with a sense of humor, the film begins with a narrator/mummy who guides us through a number of vignettes promising to show what some of us go through in the pursuit of sexual pleasure. There's a fabulous ten minute opening,
where the half naked go go dancers have vegetables thrown at them. One of the tales features a female photographer who tortures a male model. Another has a female burglar (Cathy Howard) caught by the house owner. The craziest involves a nerd
hiring a blond call girl (Sue Bond) in pursuit of a menage-a-trois with his pet lizard; and there's a endearing misadventure with secret agent Lindy Leigh (Maria Frost) who does topless safecracking.
The first DVD release of this bizarre journey through the battle of the sexes. Released UNCUT for the first time. Digitally remastered from the original negatives in original widescreen ratio.
Directed by acclaimed exploitation filmmaker Antony Balch. Celebrated filmmaker Antony Balch directs one of the most idiosyncratic and unforgettable British movies of all time the film the censor tried to stop!
US: The film was originally released in the US with the title Bizarre . Later it was heavily cut for an MPAA R rated release titled Tales of the Bizarre
UK: Passed X (18) after compulsory BBFC cuts for:
1970 cinema release
From IMDb. For its original UK cinema release around 9 minutes of footage was removed by the BBFC. It was resubmitted later the same year (1970) when the age limit for X-rated films had been raised to 18 from the previous 16 and received less
cuts, mainly to the mummy commentary and the torture photography scene.
UK: Passed X (16) after about 9:00s of compulsory BBFC cuts for:
Seduction is a 1973 Italy romance by Fernando Di Leo.
Starring Maurice Ronet, Lisa Gastoni and Jenny Tamburi.
Cut by the BBFC for X rated 1974 cinema release. A slightly short restored version is MPAA Unrated in the US.
After returning to Catania after a long period of time, Giuseppe reunites with his old lover, Caterina. Her 15 year-old daughter, Graziella begins to seduce her mother's lover and he soon breaks down and begins an affair with her. As time passes
Caterina begins having sneaking suspicions about Giuseppe's & Graziella's relationship.
The Seduction of Inga is a 1971 Sweden/US erotic drama by Joe Sarno.
With Marie Liljedahl, Tommy Blom and Lennart Lindberg.
Exists in several versions.
Summary Review: Inserts
The Seduction of Inga is Joseph Sarno's sizzling and controversial sequel to his 1967 erotic masterpiece, Inga, starring the young, voluptuous Swedish sensation Marie Liljedahl in her steamiest role ever.
The sequel has a few things on its more famous predecessor. It's in colour and is set in a more cosmopolitan, Swinging -Europe era movie rather than a provincial domestic drama like its predecessor.
Not Sarno or Llijedahl's best movie, but worth watching if you like 60's and 70's Swedish erotica.
The Grindhouse Version includes rough inserted additional sex scenes
US: The Grindhouse Version is uncut and MPAA Unrated for:
2012 Retro-Seduction Inga Collection [Director's + Grindhouse] R1 DVD
at US Amazon
US: The Director's Cut is MPAA Unrated for:
2012 Retro-Seduction Inga Collection [Director's + Grindhouse] R1 DVD
at US Amazon
A short version was passed X (18) without BBFC cuts or
A Sense of Freedom is a 1979 UK crime thriller by John Mackenzie.
Starring David Hayman, Jake D'Arcy and Sean Scanlan.
The original version was notably shown on TV with broad Scottish accents. These were dubbed with rather posh sounding English accents for 18 rated VHS and 2004 DVD. The 2015 DVD includes the original version.
The life and imprisonment of Glasgow hard man and gangster Jimmy Boyle.
Original Scottish Version
UK: BBFC details not yet published for the original Scottish Version for
2015 Odyssey [Original Scottish + dubbed English versions] R2 DVD
at UK Amazon
Dubbed English Version
UK: The dubbed English version was passed 18 uncut for:
2015 Odyssey [Original Scottish + dubbed English versions] R2 DVD
at UK Amazon
US: Pre-cut by about 1:00s and is MPAA Unrated for:
2011 Invincible RA Blu-ray
2011 Invincible R1 DVD
The cuts are:
cuts to the newborn baby scene
cuts to the hooded sex scene revealed as incest
UK: Passed 18 after 49 BBFC cuts totalling 4:12s for:
2013 Safecracker R@ DVD
2011 Revolver Blu-ray
2011 Revolver R2 DVD
2010 cinema release
The BBFC commented:
Cuts required to remove portrayals of children in a sexualised or abusive context and images of sexual and sexualised violence which have a tendency to eroticise or endorse the behaviour. Cuts made in accordance with BBFC
Guidelines and policy.
These include cuts to the juxtaposition of images of children with sexual and sexually violent material. Although the Board does not regard these images as likely to contravene the Protection of Children Act 1978, the
Guidelines state that intervention is most likely with, amongst other things, portrayals of children in a sexualised or abusive context .
The cuts for the cinema version were described by Michael Brooke as follows:
The sequence in question sees the butcher visit a cinema to watch a hard-core porno film that contains two sequences featuring a man and a woman clearly having penetrative sex (one in extreme close-up). He then leaves,
returns to his flat, is taunted by his pregnant girlfriend and ends up punching her repeatedly in the stomach until she aborts their baby. All this is accompanied by near-continuous voice-over narration, which is quietly philosophical during the
porno film, and violently aggressive during the subsequent assault (Your baby is hamburger meat now being a typical example).
And what makes the BBFC decision even more bizarre is the fact that instead of cutting the sex scene entirely, they opted for a Japanese-style blurring of the image, which makes absolutely no sense since not only is it
still blindingly obvious what's going on, it also beggars belief that anyone watching the rest of the film (which in addition to the abortion sequence also features close-ups a young girl spurting gouts of blood from her neck, brains being
splattered all over the floor and a voice-over consisting of near-continuous misogynist, homophobic and racist abuse) could possibly be disturbed by what must in fact be one of the *least* disturbing scenes in the film!
Definitely not cut by the BBFC but there was a recent discussion in the news groups suggesting that the film had been slightly trimmed by the MPAA to achieve and R rating. This was then the version submitted in the UK. The cuts were apparently
to the 'Lust' scene.
But Purdip adds:
I believe these cuts are unlikely, as the Criteriion Laserdisc version is 'R' rated and they certainly would have collaborated with David Fincher without hesitation to release the unrated version of the film as always.
Seven Women For Satan is a 1976 France horror by Michel Lemoine.
Starring Michel Lemoine, Nathalie Zeiger and Howard Vernon.
Heavily cut by the BBFC for 1976 X rated cinema release. Uncut and MPAA Unrated in the US. Banned in France for many years after release.
Boris Zaroff is a modern businessman who is haunted by his past -- his father was the notorious Count Zaroff of The Most Dangerous Game fame. Consequently, Boris is subject to hallucinations and all-too-real social lapses which normally involve
sadistic harm to beautiful naked young women. His butler is sworn to indoctrinating him into the evils of the family line, and their castle's torture dungeon proves quite useful in this regard. However, Boris is periodically lured away from his
destiny by the romantic apparition of the deceased countess who previously owned the castle.
1776 is a 1972 USA family musical drama by Peter H Hunt.
Starring William Daniels, Howard Da Silva and Ken Howard.
The film was shortened and cut for dialogue prior to the US theatrical release. All available deleted footage was restored for the laserdisc version but there were quality issues with some of additional footage. A Director's Cut was produced for
2002 DVD which was more selective about the restored footage both in terms of narrative and technical quality.
1776 is a musical celebration of the founding of the United States of America based on the award-winning Broadway production. The story centers around familiar historical characters as they organize a movement for
independence from Mother England: the tough and unyielding John Adams (William Daniels); the charming and pragmatic Benjamin Franklin (Howard Da Silva); the brilliant Thomas Jefferson (Ken Howard) who is chosen to write the Declaration of
Independence even as he longs for the company of his new bride Martha (Blythe Danner); and the rest of the Continental Congress. All events lead up to that most significant date of July 4, 1776 when the Declaration was signed.
US: The Laserdisc Version is the longest available and includes all available footage. From IMDb:
The laserdisc reissue features deleted footage, alternate takes for certain scenes, and an additional musical number titled Cool Considerate Men. This version also includes an overture and intermission. According to the laserdisc jacket,
the original film elements of the extended version were destroyed; thus the deleted scenes were taken from whatever Columbia could find, mostly old, misused prints (which leads to a decrease in picture and sound quality whenever the film
transitions from the theatrical version to the deleted footage). One deleted scene was taken from a black-and-white print and was presented as such.
For the 2002 DVD release, the film has been shortened slightly from the laserdisc version, to 166 minutes. The overture and entr'acte music have been removed and the songs Piddle, Twiddle, and Resolve and Lees of Old Virginia (the
latter's reprise has been removed) have inexplicably been cut back to their original release lengths. On the other hand, a short piece of footage following Cool, Considerate Men has been found and reinserted. The replaced footage has
been repaired, giving the DVD a much better look visually than the laserdisc.
There is also additional dialogue originally deleted in the Theatrical Version for age classification reasons.
UK: The Theatrical Version was passed A (PG) without BBFC cuts for:
1972 cinema release
The studio cut the film heavily prior to its theatrical release.
I really expected the film to be cut, let alone to get an 18. I knew that the producers really wanted the film to get a 15 because it's a lot easier to sell.
The very first cut we did was two hours long and had lots and lots of violence: that torture scene went on for ages and it was really explicit. At two hours, the film was obviously too long and we trimmed it down so it ran far smoother.
When the movie was trimmed in the editing room, the torture scene was shorter, and as you don't see as much, it made it even more disturbing. If you focus on a gore effect for too long, it doesn't look realistic. So we kept much of the gore off
The BBFC went for a split vote for Severance to be a 15 or 18. It ended up being a very hard 15 or a very, very close to being 18 with snips.
[Statement from the BBFC. We saw an unfinished version of Severance and told the company that it was borderline 15/18. They took it away, removed about seven minutes and then formally submitted it. It got a straightforward 15 because
they'd toned it down from the original cut].
Can we expect a far more gruesome director's cut on DVD when it's launched in December 2006?
I don't think so. I think Chris is happy with the way it is and there wasn't that much gore that was cut out in the first place. As I said earlier, if more violence is added to the torture scene, it won't appear to be realistic.
Sex and Lucia is a 2001 Spain/France romance by Julio Medem.
With Paz Vega, Tristán Ulloa and Najwa Nimri.
Passed 18 uncut by the BBFC. In the US the Unrated Version is uncut but the R Rated Version suffered heavy cuts
Lucía is a young waitress in a restaurant in the centre of Madrid. After the loss of her long-time boyfriend, a writer, she seeks refuge on a quiet, secluded Mediterranean island. There, bathed in an atmosphere of fresh air and dazzling
sun, Lucía begins to discover the dark corners of her past relationship, as if they were forbidden passages of a novel which the author now, from afar, allows her to read.
There's a couple of very explicit sex-scenes both with brief (blink and you'll miss them) pornographic moments.
The Extended Version was passed 15 without BBFC cuts for the 2008 Entertainment in Video DVD.
Sex and the City is a romantic comedy based on the well-known and long-standing television series of the same name. The film follows the romantic exploits and shopping forays of Carrie Bradshaw, a New York City based
writer, and her three friends – Samantha, Charlotte and Miranda. It was passed 15 for strong language, sex and sex references.
The BBFC Guidelines at 15 permit frequent use of strong language (e.g. 'fuck'). That particular term is used about half a dozen times in the film, with a couple of additional variations.
The BBFC Guidelines at 15 also state that sexual activity may be portrayed but without strong detail and that there may be strong verbal references to sexual behaviour. The film contains four significant sex scenes; all are
quite short and one involves three people. Although we see vigorous thrusting and some breast nudity, the sequences are sufficiently brief and lacking in detail to be allowed at 15 in this case. In one scene that doesn't involve any sexual
activity there is a brief sight of a flaccid penis. The numerous strong verbal sex references in the film fall fairly and squarely within 15 classification category parameters.
Sex and Zen is a 1991 Hong Kong comedy mystery fantasy by Michael Mak.
Starring Amy Yip, Lawrence Ng and Kent Cheng.
Heavily cut by the BBFC for 1997 VHS. Less cuts were required for 2007 DVD.
A recently married scholar goes on a quest for knowledge of other people's wives, based on his philosophical differences with the Sack Monk. He encounters the Flying Thief, who agrees to help him find women, but only if he attains a penis as big
as a horse's. The scholar has a surgeon attach said unit, and he's off and running on his mission, only to find that there are obstacles to his new lifestyle, such as jealous husbands and treacherous females.
UK: Passed 18 for strong sex and nudity after 37s of BBFC compulsory cuts for:
2007 Contender [Dubbed,Widescreen] DVD
UK: Passed 18 for strong sexual violence, sex and nudity presumably after the same cuts as the dubbed version for:
2007 Contender [subtitled] DVD
The BBFC commented:
Compulsory cuts required to two scenes of sexual violence in order to remove elements of nudity and violence that tend to eroticise or endorse sexual assault.
UK: The Dubbed Version was passed 18 after a further 5s of BBFC compulsory cuts beyond the 4:21s cuts already made for the subtitled version for:
1997 Missing in Action [Dubbed] VHS
UK: Passed 18 after 4:21s of BBFC compulsory cuts for:
1997 Missing in Action [subtitled] VHS
The BBFC cuts were:
At 16 minutes. In lesbian sex scene, remove close shot of genitals in mutual contact, and subsequent panning shot of same, resuming on woman in white removing head band.
At 16 minutes. In the same scene, remove all sight of the two women both being penetrated by flute, resuming on erotic drawing.
At 20 minutes. When shop-keeper forces wife to have sex, remove all images suggesting marital rape, so that what remains suggests rough but consenting sex.
(a. Remove husband's line: You deserve a good smack, and all sight of him kicking her in the groin.
b. Remove all sight of rape through to his use of chain to force her to fellate him.
c. Remove sight of him throwing her on table and stripping her for forced penetration and painful sex.
d. Remove close up of her nipples rubbing against links of chain as she is raised from the floor.
e. Remove sight of him rising roughly from position on top of her and leaving her on floor).
At 59 minutes. In sex scene between hero and woman with black scarf round hair, reduce his whipping of her to first two blows only, removing rest of whipping together with her ecstatic responses, resuming on woman turning
for passionate kiss.
At 71 minutes. When woman masturbates in bath and man dives in with her, remove all suggestions of rape, leaving only sex which appears consenting as follows:
(a. Remove sight of her screaming and being silenced by a brush handle shoved into her mouth as well as all aggressive sex under water and above.
b. Remove rough grappling with brush still in her mouth, both above and below the water.
c. Remove further aggressive grappling above water).
At 88 minutes. Remove all three close shots of aggressive breast squeezing.
Cut by the BBFC in 2003 with the following statement:
Cuts required to four rape scenes to remove graphic pornographic detail from animated depictions of rape and sexual assault. With these cuts made an R18 was available to the distributor. Distributor chose to cut two further
shots of explicit sexual detail in a consensual sex scene in order to achieve an 18.
Sex Drive is a comedy based upon a road trip taken by friends Ian, Lance and Felicia, as the former travels to a rendezvous with a woman he met on the internet. She has promised to have sex with him if he comes to
see her and, as a virgin, he is keen to take up her offer. The work was classified at '15' for use of one use of very strong language, strong nudity, sex and sex references.
The use of very strong language occurs in a final fight scene between two women. BBFC's guidelines at '15' require that the use of very strong language be justified by context and this single use, said by a woman to a woman was felt to fit
these criteria. The work also contains frequent use of strong language.
This version of Sex Drive contains frequent images of full-frontal male and female nudity, including close-ups on women's breasts. The nudity is intended to titillate, but is not sexual in context, so fits within BBFC Guidelines at '15',
which state that nudity may be allowed in a sexual context but without strong detail.
Sex references include strong references to coprophilia, masturbation and plenty of ribald banter between the young characters about sex. There are also two sex scenes involving one of the main characters, where we see him indulging in unusual
sexual practices. At '15', Guidelines state that Sexual activity may be portrayed but without strong detail and 'There may be strong verbal references to sexual behaviour.'
Finally, there is some moderate violence during a scene where Ian and his friends are confronted by the film's villains, including a comic moment where a character is shot in the leg.
We are treated to a real Unrated this time, indicated by the enormous running time difference of over 20 minutes! From the very first minute we know that this won't be the usual kind of Unrated Version, since the movie
starts with an introduction by the director and the producer making fun of the various conventions of Unrated Versions...only to present breasts and genitals in its purest form just a moment later.
The movie itself then provides everything the viewer could ask for: numerous extensions of nude shots and sex scenes as well as whole new footage, cruder dialogue, audio changes containing fouler language as well as random
fart noises or simply naked women and genitals pasted into the movie just for the hell of it. Outtakes are used in the movie itself as well.
UK: The cut Theatrical Version was passed 15 without BBFC cuts for strong language, sex references, sex and nudity for:
Sex Kittens Go to College is a 1960 USA comedy by Albert Zugsmith.
With Mamie Van Doren, Tuesday Weld and Mijanou Bardot.
Innocuous comedy was BBFC U rated for theatrical release but there is also a Continental Version featuring strip tease which was passed 15 uncut for VHS.
Collins College needs a new department head for their science department. Doctors Carter and Zorch consult Thinko, the campus computer, and come up with Dr. Mathilda West, who has degrees in lots of things, but turns out to be disruptively
attractive as well. Meanwhile two thugs search for Sam Thinko who is muscling in on the race horse action, the captain of the football team is having trouble not passing out in front of the opposite sex, and Admiral McFortune, a benefactor of the
college, becomes attracted to Dr. West, who has a past dangerously close to becoming public knowledge.
UK: The Continental Version was passed 15 uncut for:
The additional footage for the Continental Version consists of four burlesque dance routines by four strippers who strip all the way down to brief panties and do typical burlesque bumps and grinds. The sequence is inserted when Thinko has a
nervous breakdown, apparently intended to be Thinko's hallucination.
UK: The Theatrical version was passed U uncut for:
The Sex Thief is a 1974 UK adult comedy by Martin Campbell.
With Jennifer Westbrook, David Warbeck and Henry Rayner.
Heavily cut by the BBFC for X rated 1973 cinema release. Uncut on 18 rated DVD from 2006. Uncut and R rated in the US bit there is also a version with hardcore inserts that was X rated.
Summary Review: Enjoyable
An inspector and an insurance investigator both have a major stake in revealing the identity of an audacious jewel thief.
This is a very watchable soft core sex movie and very representative view of early 70s London.
The main premise of the film, involving David Warbeck as a burglar who gets so involved with the ladies they don't mind being robbed is a good one and the direction is good. Some of the performers are better in the bed scenes than out but what do
you expect when the sex is the main raison d'etre.
Not particularly sexy but there is plenty of flesh on display and the scenes are pretty vigorous. Enjoyable.
I racconti di Viterbury - Le piu' allegre storie del 300"
The Real Decameron is a 1973 Italy comedy by Mario Caiano (as Edoardo Re).
Starring Rosalba Neri, Christa Linder and Peter Landers.
Passed X uncut by the BBFC but there was also a shortened version released on VHS. Uncut in the US
Unbeknownst to their husbands, a group of really mischievous girls just want to have fun, even though the men from the clergy and their legitimate husbands might object to their desires. Therefore, the girls are forced to use
all their astute ruses in order to escape those who want to interfere in their right to have a few healthy jumps into the sack…
Frankreich Privat - Die sexuellen Geheimnisse einer Familie
Sexual Chronicles of a French Family is a 2012 France comedy drama by Pascal Arnold and Jean-Marc Barr.
With Mathias Melloul, Valérie Maës and Stephan Hersoen.
Thanks to Simon. There are two versions. A German version features several scenes or real sex. Most releases are a cut version but still with an explicit shot of female masturbation at the beginning of the film
Three generations of a French family open up about their sexual experiences and desires after young Romain is caught masturbating in his biology class.
Germany: There is an 18 rated uncut hardcore version featuring erections, real sex, and ejaculation.
UK: The softcore version was passed 18 uncut for strong sex for:
2013 Metrodome R2 DVD
2012 cinema release
The BBFC commented:
The film opens with a scene set in a school science laboratory in which a boy and a girl masturbate themselves in front of their classmates while filming their actions on their mobile phones. The scene contains a brief but explicit shot of the
girl's pudenda as she strokes herself under her skirt. Although the detail is explicit, it is brief and justified by context in that the film goes on to examine the reasons behind this behaviour and the attempts by the family's matriarch to get
her children to open up about their sexual desires and experiences. The actress in question was over 18 at the time of filming so there is no issue under the terms of the Protection of Children Act 1978.
The film also contains a number of other strong sexual scenes, although none of them feature the kind of explicit detail seen in the opening sequence.
This movie is about the morality, education, and responsibilities pertaining to sexual freedom. Not only that, it has the most amazing child birth sequence that could and should be used as a training tool and viewed by
anyone that is interested in the miracle of child birth.
This very insightful movie should be shown in school sex education programs internationally along with material already being presented in that forum, and is and all around must see for anyone deemed mature enough. It is a
great introduction to various pertinent aspects in the sexual arena. It's delightful!
Sexy Battle Girls is a 1986 Japan action film by Mototsugu Watanabe.
Starring Kyôko Hashimoto, Ayumi Taguchi and Yutaka Ikejima.
Heavily cut by the BBFC for a 2015 18 rated DVD release. Uncut and MPAA Unrated in the US.
Mirai, a high school girl, is transferred to an upscale private girls school. She soon finds out the school not only cultivates young minds, but also supplies young bodies to rich politicians. Moreover, the school's headmaster ripped apart her
family. She undergoes special training, and fights her way to sweet revenge!
Cut when submitted in 2004 with the following statement: A cut was required to remove an unambiguous rape scene where the principal character is raped by a man who raped her as a child, referring to her enjoyment of the previous rape and her
enjoyment of the on-going rape.
Sgt. Kabukiman N.Y.P.D. is a 1990 Japan / USA comedy fantasy by Michael Herz and Lloyd Kaufman.
Starring Rick Gianasi, Susan Byun and Bill Weeden.
Cut by the BBFC for an 18 rated 1996 cinema release, 1997 VHS and 2014 DVD. Uncut and MPAA Unrated in the US although there is also a very cut PG-13 version
Summary Review : Killer Chopsticks
Fatal sushi, lethal chopsticks, and as American as violence! Directed by Lloyd Kaufman and Michael Herz, the Troma Guys who brought you The Toxic Avenger and Tromeo & Juliet, Sgt. Kabukiman N.Y.P.D. introduces Sgt. Harry
Griswold (Rick Gianasi), a streetwise New York cop who transforms into the world's most unusual super-human hero.
This movie is unquestionably one of the funniest things I've seen in a long time. The clown scene literally caused me to experience my first heart attack. (well maybe not, but I was laughing for 7 minutes straight) The killer chopsticks were
brilliant, and the ancient prophecy was...well...hehe