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Wolf Creek

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2005 Australia thriller by Greg Mclean.
With Nathan Phillips, Cassandra Magrath and Kestie Morassi . IMDb

 

uncut
uncut
MPAA
Unrated
~104:00s
=~100:00s
US: A US release features the MPAA Unrated Version:

The Unrated Version features 2 extra plot scenes and 2 extra violent shots adding up to about 5 minutes extra. See pictorial version details from movie-censorship.com :

  • Confusing filler with Kirsty waking in the morning after a party with Ben by her side.
  • A long scene showing Liz investigating the garage where Kirsty was held captive
  • Longer view of amputated fingers
  • More shots of the stabbing of Liz
BBFC uncut 18

MPAA
R Rated

94:43s UK: The Theatrical Version was passed 18 without BBFC cuts for:
  • 2007 Optimum Blu-ray
  • 2006 Optimum R0 DVD
  • 2005 cinema release
Wolf Creek 2 Wolf Creek 2 is a 2013 Australia horror thriller by Greg Mclean.

The Australian distributors opted to make 2 minutes of cuts to achieve a MA15+ (like a UK 15) rating for cinema release, rather than an R18+ (like a UK 18). It seems that UK releases are the uncut version.

 See  pictorial cuts details from  movie-censorship.com

The Wolf of Wall Street

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The Wolf of Wall Street is a 2013 USA crime comedy biography by Martin Scorsese.
With Leonardo DiCaprio, Jonah Hill and Margot Robbie. YouTube icon BBFC link IMDb

Reportedly cut for an R rating in the US

Summary Notes

Based on the true story of Jordan Belfort, from his rise to a wealthy stockbroker living the high life to his fall involving crime, corruption and the federal government. DiCaprio plays Belfort, a Long Island penny stockbroker who served 36 months in prison for defrauding investors in a massive 1990s securities scam that involved widespread corruption on Wall Street and in the corporate banking world, including shoe designer Steve Madden.

BBFC uncut

mpaa cut
cut

18

MPAA
R rated

172:26s UK: Passed 18 uncut for very strong language, strong sex, hard drug use for:

US: According to what could just be press hype, it is reported that Scorsese had to trim sex and nudity to prevent the film being slapped with an NC-17.

The film ended up rated R for sequences of strong sexual content, graphic nudity, drug use and language throughout, and for some violence.

It seems that a 4 hour version is now set for home video.

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banned
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Nepal
  Nepal : Banned

Kenya : Banned by the film censor

Malaysia: Self censored: Cinemas give up without even submitting it to the censor

See more international cuts and bans at Banned International: The Wolf of Wall Street

Wolfhound

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uncut
uncut
18

MPAA
Unrated

81:91s 2002 US erotic horror by Donovan Kelly.
With Allen Scotti, Jennifer Courtney and Julie Cialini. IMDb

UK: Passed 18 uncut for:

US: Uncut and MPAA Unrated for:

MPAA
4:11s
MPAA
Unrated
102:11s
=98:06s
US: The R Rated version is missing 4:11s from the sex scenes for:
  • 2002 New Concorde R1 DVD

See pictorial cuts details from movie-censorship.com

The Wolfman

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The Wolfman is a 2010 USA horror fantasy thriller by Joe Johnston.
Starring Benicio Del Toro, Anthony Hopkins and Emily Blunt. BBFC link IMDb
Exists as a Director's Cut and Theatrical Version

Summary Notes

Lawrence Talbot's childhood ended the night his mother died. His father sent him from the sleepy Victorian hamlet of Blackmoor to an insane asylum, then he goes to America. When his brother's fiancée, Gwen Conliffe, tracks him down to help find her missing love, Talbot returns to his father's estate to learn that his brother's mauled body has been found. Reunited with his estranged father, Lawrence sets out to find his brother's killer... and discovers a horrifying destiny for himself. Someone or something with brute strength and insatiable blood lust has been killing the villagers, and a suspicious Scotland Yard inspector named Aberline comes to investigate.

uncut
Director's Cut
15 cert

MPAA
Unrated

114:04s UK: The Extended Director's Cut was passed 15 without cuts for strong violence and horror for:

US: The Extended Director's Cut is MPAA Unrated for:

See pictorial version details from movie-censorship.com . The extra material adds depth to the plot and is worthwhile. There are a couple of extra snippets of violence, but these are nothing to with any classification issues.

uncut
Theatrical Version
15 cert 102:11s
=98:06s
The Theatrical Version was passed 15 for strong violence and horror without BBFC cuts for:
  • 2010 Universal Video
  • 2010 cinema release
The Wolverine

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Wolverine Blu ray 3D UV Copy

The Wolverine [3D + 2D] is a 2013 Australia/USA action Sci-Fi fantasy by James Mangold.
With Hugh Jackman, Will Yun Lee and Tao Okamoto. YouTube icon BBFC link IMDb

Cut for an MPAA PG-13 rating. There is also an uncut Extended Version

Summary Notes

When Wolverine is summoned to Japan by an old acquaintance, he is embroiled in a conflict that forces him to confront his own demons.

BBFC uncut
Extended Cut
12

MPAA
Unrated

132:22s UK: The Extended Cut was passed 12 uncut for moderate action violence and infrequent strong language and gore for:
  • 2013 20th Century Fox Extended Edition [3D + 2D] RB Blu-ray at UK Amazon

US: The Extended Cut is uncut and MPAA Unrated for:

  • 2013 20th Century Fox [3D+2D] RA Blu-ray/R1 DVD Combo at US Amazon

This version promises a little harder edge with extra material that could not be included in the US MPAA PG-13 rated Theatrical Version. The BBFC notes that this version contains a little more strong language (3 'fucks' instead of 1). The BBFC also notes gore, which it did not do for the Theatrical Version. Still fits in a BBFC 12 rating though.

See  article from  cinemablend.com : Better than the Theatrical Cut

The extended cut contains both a whole new sequence and an extended version of another. The first comes after Logan and Mariko (Tao Okamoto) have checked into the Love Hotel. In the original cut Wolverine has a dream about Jean (Famke Janssen) while standing guard and passes out, but in the unrated one he is accosted by a group of Yakuza and nearly gets stun-gunned to death before getting saved by Mariko's knife-throwing skills. The extended scene, meanwhile, is a longer version of the ninja battle in the third act. Not only does the scene have Wolverine performing much better in the fight, it also has Yukio (Rila Fukushima) getting in on the action.

In addition there's more blood spatter throughout the film's fight scenes and more baddies vapourised into a bloody mist.

See  pictorial version details from  movie-censorship.com : Improvement

This longer version really is quite a lot more brutal and bloody than the original one, which already was quite explicit for its PG-13 rating. Digital blood was used quite often to make scenes harder, other scenes feature more action, blood and gore in general.

The additional action and violence are not the only alteration, of course. Wolverine's vocabulary is more explicit.

The Extended Cut certainly does its part to improve the film.

BBFC uncut

MPAA
cut

12

MPAA
PG-13

120:53s UK: The Theatrical Version was passed 12 uncut for moderate action violence and one use of strong language for:
  • 2013 20th Century Fox Limited Edition with Comic Book RB Blu-ray
  • 2013 20th Century Fox RB Blu-ray
  • 2013 20th Century Fox R2 DVD

US: Uncut and MPAA PG-13 rated for:

  • 2013 20th Century Fox R1 DVD

The BBFC commented that the Theatrical Version had been the 3rd most complained about film of 2013:

The Wolverine was classified 12A in the summer of 2013. Twelve members of the public contacted the BBFC, with several arguing that language featured in the film was unacceptable at 12A. Parents thought it was particularly unacceptable for the Wolverine character to use strong language. There is a single use of strong language in the fi lm, noted in the BBFCinsight, plus moderate and mild bad language throughout.

The Woman in Black

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Woman Black Blu ray US Import

The Woman in Black is a 2012 UK/Canada/Sweden ghost story by James Watkins.
With Daniel Radcliffe, Janet McTeer and Ciarán Hinds. YouTube icon BBFC link IMDb
Cut by the BBFC for a 12 rating. Passed uncut at 15 but unreleased. Uncut in the US with a PG-13 rating

Summary Notes

In London, solicitor Arthur Kipps still grieves the death of his beloved wife Stella on the delivery of their son Joseph four years ago. His employer gives him a last chance to keep his job, and he is assigned to travel to the remote village of Cryphin Gifford to examine the documentation of the Eel Marsh House that belonged to the recently deceased Mrs. Drablow.

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The Woman in Black
 

 

 

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uncut
15 cert

MPAA PG-13

91:07s UK: Passed 15 Uncut for strong supernatural threat and horror for:
  • 2012 Technicolor/Momentum video not yet released
The BBFC commented:

The film was originally classified 12A for cinema release and 12 for video release after visual cuts, visual darkening and sound reductions were made in a number of scenes. This is the uncut version of the film, restoring the cuts and reductions originally made, and has been classified 15 for strong supernatural threat and horror.

US: Uncut and MPAA PG-13 rated for:

BBFC cut
6s+
12A cert

12 cert

91:00s UK: Passed 12A after 6s of BBFC category cuts for intense supernatural threat and horror for:
  • 2012 Technicolor/Momentum RB Blu-ray
  • 2012 Technicolor/Momentum R2 DVD
  • 2012 cinema release
The BBFC commented:

Distributor chose to reduce moments of strong violence / horror in order to achieve a 12A classification. Cuts made in line with BBFC Guidelines and policy. A 15 classification without cuts was available.

In addition to the 6 seconds of visual cuts, substitutions were also made by darkening some shots and by reducing the sound levels on others.

See  Cutting Edge: BBFC Cuts to Woman In Black by Gavin Salkeld

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  • Sound effects edited to tone down the jump associated with Arthur spotting the ghost of the Woman In Black in a window of the house
  • Sound effects edited to tone down the jump associated with the Woman in Black appearing behind Arthur standing at the same window as above
  • Creepy claps of thunder muted when Arthurs spots ghostly children outside the house
  • 4s of the hanging have been removed and details of the rest of the scene have been reduced via visual darkening, shadowing and muted sound
  • 3s of a young girl taking a step whilst engulfed in flames have been removed
  • Volume of a shrill scream from Nate turned down just after girl in flames scene.
  • 4 cuts to the decomposed and injured faces of children. The BBFC darkened the scenes or else applied shadows.

From  Interview with David Cooke and Craig Lapper from  telegraph.co.uk . Senior BBFC examiner Craig Lapper explained:

  • When we make cuts, people think in terms of 'snip-snip', but these days, with digital, there are so many other ways you can make a film more acceptable. You can suggest soundtrack changes and things like colour darkening, putting shadows in to obscure the more gory elements of a scene." So in The Woman in Black, we didn't hear the crack of the woman's neck as she hung from a noose – and, thanks to the cunning use of shadows, neither did we see her face.

From the 2012 BBFC Annual Report: Top film of 2012 for whinges

The film generating the majority of public feedback in 2012 was The Woman in Black. The film generated £21m in UK cinemas in 2012, making it the second most popular British film of 2012 after Skyfall. 134 of these cinema-goers complained that the film was too dark and unsettling for a 12A certificate. Some said the sense of threat, coupled with the theme of supernatural deaths of children in the film, was too disturbing for young audiences.

Woman in Black 2: Angel of Death The Woman in Black: Angel of Death is a 2015 UK horror thriller by Tom Harper.

See Hammer Films: Woman in Black 2: Angel of Death

Woman - Stories Of Passion - The Diamond Merchant

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8s 18 25:52s by Adele Bertei-Cecchi (Showbox Media Group Ltd)

Cut in 2006 unusually without a BBFC justification.

Women Behind Bars

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  • Des Diamants pour L'Enfer
  • Vias pour Mourir
  • Prison Sado pour Femmes
  • Punition Cell

Women Behind Bars

 

Uncut version is available at:
R0 DVD at UK Amazon
R0 DVD at US Amazon
Women Behind Bars is a 1975 French/Belgian sexploitation film by Jess Franco .
With Lina Romay, Martine Stedil and Nathalie Chape.
YouTube icon IMDb

Only UK release has been banned as a video nasty. Uncut in the US

Summary Review: Naked Isn't a Problem

A small-time hood attracts the attention of the law with an insurance scam and diamond theft, but things become even more interesting when his moll murders him and is slammed behind bars where she faces all manner of electric shock treatments to various parts of her anatomy.

There's tons of nudity, a lesbian scene and a couple torture sequences but this is still fairly clear for a Franco WIP film.

Romay has never been accused of being a good actress but she fits her role fine here and she's certainly cute so watching her naked isn't a problem.

Franco himself plays a gangster in the film.

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uncut
MPAA
Unrated

Video Nasty

75:12s UK: Released uncut on pre-cert video for:
  • UK Go VHS

The video briefly made the banned video nasty list in August 1984 but was dropped in October 1984

US: Uncut and MPAA Unrated for:

Women in Cages

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  • Bamboo Doll's House
  • Woman's Penitentiary
  • Women's Penitentiary

Women Cages Collection Cormans Classics

 

Women in Cages is a 1971 US/Philippines prison film by Gerado de Leon.
With Judith Brown, Roberta Collins and Jennifer Ga. YouTube icon BBFC link IMDb

Banned by the BBFC for 1972 cinema release and cut for 1986 VHS. Uncut in the US

Summary Review: Tropical Prison

Set in a nameless Latin American prison but filmed in the Filipino jungle. The film featured a mixed cast of local Philippines and American exploitation regulars, but it's remembered as the first high-profile role for the later Queen of Blaxploitation, Pam Grier.

Grier plays the sadistic warden, a pot-smoking lesbian with a fully-equipped torture chamber (including a guillotine!). The New Fish , a ditzy blonde ex-stripper called Alabama, has taken the heroin possession rap for her pimp boyfriend. She knows too much, so the pimp blackmails her cellmates to execute her.

A competent and well-shot entry in the tropical prison genre from Filipino director Gerry De Leon, it places the embittered ex-addict and prostitute Grier in the position of slave owner, watching her white charges toiling away in the plantation with obvious ironic glee.

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uncut
MPAA
R Rated
~78:00s
=~75:00s
US: Uncut and MPAA R Rated for:
  • 2011 Shout! Factory Women in Cages Collection RA Blu-ray at US Amazon
  • 2011 Shout! Factory Women in Cages Collection R1 DVD at US Amazon
BBFC cut
3:19s
18 72:12s UK: Passed 18 after 3:19s of BBFC cuts for:
  • 1986 Apex VHS
banned
banned
rejected   UK: Banned by the BBFC for:
  • 1972 cinema release
Women in Cell Block 7

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Women in Cellblock 9

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  • Tropical Inferno
  • Frauen fur Zellenblock 9
Tropical Inferno is a 1978 Switzerland action crime horror by Jesús Franco.
With Karine Gambier, Howard Vernon and Susan Hemingway. BBFC link IMDb
Banned by the BBFC for 2004 video

Summary Review: For the sex & gore crowd

This sexploiter was quite clearly made for the sex & gore crowd. Thus we have here several beautiful women (nude most of the time), who are imprisoned and raped and tortured and raped and killed and raped.

We normally criticise movie characters as two-dimensional when they are underwritten - here even "one-dimensional" would give too much credit

Compared to other Franco flicks the cinematography is exceptionally good and at times even inspirational. The sets are fine too, although it has to be said that torturing instruments that are meant to aid interrogation completely fail their purpose if they almost instantaneously kill.

banned
banned
rejected   UK: Banned by the BBFC for strong sexualised violence and an under 18 actress in sex scenes:
  • Anchor Bay Entertainment UK Video

The BBFC commented:

Women in Cellblock 9 contains many sequences depicting the abuse, torture and humiliation of naked women. These sequences were found to be in conflict with the Board's published classification guidelines, which prohibit scenes that eroticise or endorse sexual assault. The Board's strict stance on titillatory sexual violence is supported both by public opinion and by a large body of media effects research.

In addition, The Protection of Children Act, as amended by the Sexual Offences Act 2003, makes the distribution and showing of indecent photographs of a child under the age of 18 a criminal offence. One of the lead actresses in Women in Cellblock 9 was just over 16 at the time the film was made. The Board was in no doubt that many of the sexualised scenes involving her would therefore be illegal. Although the amendment will not take effect until May 2004, the BBFC cannot classify material which would be in circulation in breach of the Act.; The Board considered the option of cutting the work. However, the quantity of scenes involving eroticised sexual violence, combined with the indecent photographs of a person under 18, meant that cuts were not a viable option.

Women in Love

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BBFC uncut 15 cert 125:11s 1969 UK drama by Ken Russell with Alan Bates, Oliver Reed and Glenda Jackson. IMDb

Passed 15 without further BBFC cuts for:

BBFC uncut 18 125:19s Passed 18 without further BBFC cuts for:
  • 1988 Warner VHS

There's no mention of cuts being restored so presumably the cut cinema version has become the definitive version.

BBFC
cut
X cert   Passed X (16) after BBFC cuts for:
  • 1969 cinema release

From IMDb:

  • The nude wrestling scene posed problems for UK censor John Trevelyan who was concerned by the homoerotic undertones. The film was only passed after Ken Russell made some edits to the original print to reduce full-length shot of Gerald standing motionless before the wrestling begins and to darken shots of the wrestling itself.
  • The sex scenes between Gerald and Gudrun were also reduced on the censor's request.

The male wrestling scene was a British censorship milestone. It was the first to show full frontal male nudity, albeit reduced by the censor.

The BBFC noted the submitted running time as 129:41s = 124:30s PAL.

Wonder Boys

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  15 cert 111:15s 2000 US Drama by Curtis Hanson

No BBFC cuts but the US version was cut and may well have been submitted here too.

  • In the theatrical version Tobey Maguire mistakenly refers to Alan Ladd's death as a suicide. After complaints from Ladd's family, Paramount removed the offending line in all future releases of the film, including home video. VHS and DVD releases carry a disclaimer, shown before the feature, warning that the film has been edited for content.
  • The video release appears to have been edited for language as well. Early in the film, when Michael Douglas is picking up his editor at the airport, he turns to him and says "you're fucked-up" but an overdubbing has him saying "you're high." Near the end of the film, when Robert Downey Jr. is chasing Vernon with his car, Vernon says "Motherfucker" but this was overdubbed to "man" for the video release.
Wonder Woman

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Wonder Woman is a 2009 USA action animation fantasy by Lauren Montgomery.
Starring Keri Russell, Nathan Fillion and Alfred Molina. BBFC link IMDb
Exists as a Theatrical Version and a Director's Cut.

Summary Notes

In antiquity, the Amazons defeat the war god, Ares, and Zeus charges them to hold him prisoner as eternally young warriors on the hidden island of Themyscira. Centuries later, US Air Force pilot Steve Trevor is lured to crash land on the island and the distraction of that trespass allows Ares to escape. In response, Princess Diana wins the responsibility to both take Trevor home and recapture the fugitive god. Steve Trevor offers to help and together this disparate pair must not only overcome Ares' efforts to achieve a bloody revenge, but also reconcile their own conflicting world views in an adventure that would be the first for the greatest of the female superheroes.

BBFC uncut
Director's Cut
MPAA R   US: The Director's Cut was MPAA R rated for some violence.
uncut
Theatrical Version
12

MPAA PG-13

182:41s

UK: Passed 12 uncut for moderate violence for:
  • 2009 Warner Home video

US: MPAA PG-13 rated

Woody Allen: A Documentary

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uncut
15 cert

MPAA
Unrated

192:27s Woody Allen: A Documentary is a 2012 USA documentary biography by Robert B. Weide.
With Woody Allen, Letty Aronson and Marshall Brickman. IMDb

UK: The Extended Version was passed 15 uncut for infrequent strong sex and drug references for:

US: The Extended Version is MPAA Unrated for:

BBFC uncut 15 cert 113:07s
 
UK: The Theatrical Version was passed 15 uncut for infrequent strong sex and drug references for:
  • 2012 cinema release
The Words

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The Words is a 2012 USA drama romance by Brian Klugman , Lee Sternthal.
With Bradley Cooper, Dennis Quaid and Olivia Wilde. YouTube icon BBFC link IMDb
There exists a Theatrical Version and an Extended Version
uncut
uncut
15 cert

MPAA
Unrated

102:20s UK: Passed 15 uncut for strong language for:
  • 2013 cinema release

US: The Extended Version is MPAA Unrated for:

See  article from  flix66.com :

The Extended version is 5:29s longer than the theatrical cut. There is more strong language. Some of the scenes are extended or use different angles. The camera at times lingers longer on the actors to convey the emotion of the scene. The ending in the extended cut seemed more ambiguous and open to interpretation. The ending in the theatrical cut explained things more fully and was more upbeat.

See pictorial version details from movie-censorship.com

mpaa cut
5:29s
MPAA PG-13 ~97:00s US: The Theatrical Version is MPAA PG-13 rated
World Gone Wild

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1s 18 90:16s 1988 US film by Lee H Katzin
The World Ten Times Over

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BBFC uncut 12 cert 89:28s 1963 UK drama by Wolf Rilla

No BBFC cuts noted for the 12 rated 2009 Optimum DVD

cut X cert 89:28s
 
The BBFC cut the X rated 1963 cinema release
World Vale Tudo Championshi 2

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0s 18 72:40s 1998 release sport by Greg Friedman
World War Z

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World War Blu ray Digital Copy

World War Z is a 2013 USA/Malta action Sci-Fi horror by Marc Forster.
With Brad Pitt, Mireille Enos and Daniella Kertesz. YouTube icon BBFC link IMDb

The Theatrical Version was cut for a US PG-13 rating. There is also an Unrated Version that is significantly different

Summary Notes

United Nations employee Gerry Lane traverses the world in a race against time to stop the Zombie pandemic that is toppling armies and governments, and threatening to destroy humanity itself.

uncut
uncut
15 cert

MPAA
Unrated

123:03s
=118:08s
UK: The Extended Version was   passed 15 uncut for sustained threat, strong violence and bloody injury detail for:
  • 2013 Paramount video

US: Uncut and MPAA Unrated for:

  • 2013 Paramount [Theatrical + Unrated 2D + 3D] RA Blu-ray/R1 DVD Combo at US Amazon
  • 2013 Paramount [Theatrical + Unrated] RA Blu-ray/R1 DVD Combo at US Amazon
The Blu-ray is the Unrated Version and the DVD is the cut Theatrical Version
BBFC uncut

MPAA
cut

15 cert

MPAA
PG-13

115:50s
=111:12s
UK: The cut Theatrical Version was passed 15 without BBFC cuts for sustained threat and strong violence for:
  • 2013 cinema release

US: The cut Theatrical Version is MPAA PG-13 rated for:

  • 2013 Paramount R1 DVD

See  pictorial cuts details from  movie-censorship.com . The movie proved very successful as a PG-13 movie with toned down violence. The Unrated version is better though.

WR: Mysteries of the Organism

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Criterion Collection Mysteries Organism Region

WR: Mysteries of the Organism is a 1971 Yugoslavia/West Germany comedy drama fantasy by Dusan Makavejev.
With Milena Dravic, Ivica Vidovic, Jagoda Kaloper. BBFC link IMDb
The uncut cinema release was one of the very few examples of hardcore allowed by the BBFC in an X rating. A cut version was submitted for VHS though.

Summary Review: Unique and warped

A dense film that cuts up footage of a primary plot of two young Yugoslavian girls, one a politico and the other a sexpot, and an affair with a visiting Russian skater. Mixing metaphors of Russia's relationship with Yugoslavia, intercut with footage and interviews with Wilhelm Reich and Al Goldstein of Screw magazine. The film applies Reich's theories of Orgone energy and analogies of Stalinism as a form of Freudian sexual repression.

What makes W.R. such a unique and warped bird of art is how it challenges the viewer, provokes fully if not discussion then some kind of collision of intellectual and visceral reaction for those who at least meet the filmmaker halfway. Once in a while frustrating, but never ever boring, W.R. is a cinematic shock from a go-for-broke iconoclast.

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uncut
X cert

MPAA
Unrated

84:30s
=81:07s

 

UK: Passed X (18) uncut for:
  • 1971 cinema release

The cinema version is one of the very few films released with BBFC blessings from the Stephen Murphy and James Ferman era that contain hardcore scenes.

US: Uncut and MPAA Unrated for:

BBFC uncut

cut
pre-cut

18 79:53s UK: A pre-cut version was passed 18 without further BBFC cuts for:
  • 1995 Connoisseur VHS

Censored for the video version. James Ferman indicated that he would have preferred the uncut version for video release but it was the censored version prepared for channel 4 that was submitted.

  1. After opening credits a B&W Soviet sex-education film viewed through a kaleidoscope lens is obscured by animations of goldfish. Apparently this hasn't completely obscured the action and an erect penis can still be seen on close inspection.
  2. Wall paintings of men and women masturbating have been blanked out
  3. A sequence showing Jim Buckley having a plaster cast made of his erect penis has all the tumescent shots obscured by animated stars

These amended scenes can be found as an extra on Criterion's DVD release of WR.

Wrong is Right

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  • The Man with the Deadly Lens

Wrong is Right

uncut 15 cert 112:39s 1982 US thriller by Richard Brooks

Cuts waived when resubmitted in 2004 as Wrong is Right

The uncut region 2 DVD is available at UK Amazon

7s 15 cert 113:01s 7s of cuts were required for the Missing in Action video release of 1993 as The Man with the Deadly Lens
2s 15 cert 113:00s Cinema version was uncut but the BBFC insisted on videos cuts when submitted in 1986 as The Man with the Deadly Lens (RCA/Coumbia)
Wrong Turn 4: Bloody Beginnings

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Wrong Turn 4: Bloody Beginnings is a 2011 US/Germany horror thriller by Declan O'Brien.
With Sean Skene, Blane Cypurda and Dan Skene. YouTube icon BBFC link IMDb

The Extended/Unrated Version is the only known home video release and is uncut in the US and UK

uncut
Extended Version
18

MPAA
Unrated

93:20s UK: The Extended Version was passed 18 uncut for very strong horror, gore and violence for:

US: The Extended Version is MPAA Unrated for:

  MPAA R
MPAA
  US: There is also an R rated Version that was limited to theatres (and perhaps censorial video stores that refuse to stock unrated films).

Wrong Turn 5

  • Wrong Turn 5: Bloodbath
  • Wrong Turn 5: Bloodlines
Wrong Turn 5 is a 2012 US horror by Declan O'Brien.
With Camilla Arfwedson, Roxanne McKee and Doug Bradley. YouTube icon BBFC link IMDb

Standard home video releases are the uncut unrated version. There is cut R rated version for US Blockbuster

uncut
uncut
18

MPAA
Unrated

87:01s UK: Passed 18 uncut for strong bloody violence and gore for:

US: Uncut and MPAA Unrated for:

mpaa cut
cut
MPAA R
MPAA
  US: There is also a cut R Rated version destined for stuffy video rental shops
Wrong Turn 6: The Last Resort

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  • Wrong Turn VI
Wrong Turn 6: Last Resort is a 2014 horror by Valeri Milev.
Starring Sadie Katz, Roxanne Pallett and Anthony Ilott. YouTube icon BBFC link IMDb
Exists in a Theatrical and an Unrated Version

Summary Notes

A sudden and mysterious inheritance brings Danny and his friends to Hobb Springs, a forgotten resort deep in the West Virginia hills. Hobb Springs is being looked after under the watchful care of Jackson and Sally, a socially and awkward couple who introduce Danny to the long lost family he's never known. Soon, Danny is forced to choose between his friends and his bloodline.

  18 86:46s

 

UK: Passed 18 uncut for strong bloody violence, horror, gore, strong sex for: Versions
In the US there is a Theatrical and an Unrated Version. It is not clear which version is being released here but previous UK video releases in the series have been Unrated Versions
uncut
Unrated Version
MPAA
Unrated
~91:00s
=~87:00s
US: Uncut and MPAA Unrated for:
uncut
Theatrical Version
MPAA R
MPAA
  US: Rated R for strong horror violence and gore, sexuality/nudity, language and some drug use.
WWE: Armageddon 2004

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2s 15 cert 159:4s Wrestling video (Clear Vision)

Cut in 2006 with the following BBFC comment: The cuts were Compulsory. Cut required to sight of dangerous and imitable behaviour (a noose being tightened around wrestler's neck during a wrestling match)

WWE: Backlash 2005

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  • Backlash
8s 15 cert 167:48s Wrestling video (Clear Vision)

BBFC cut the 2005 Clear Vision DVD: Cut required to sight of dangerous and imitable behaviour (a wrestler using a scarf to strangle an opponent during a wrestling match)

WWF: In Your House 18: Badd Blood

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7s 18 167:27s 1998 release

During a bit of out of ring shenanigans, a wrestler is hit repeatedly over the head with a chair. The BBFC have reduced this to a single blow.