WCW Uncensored is a 1999 USA wrestling event by Craig Leathers. Starring Ric Flair, Hulk Hogan and Booker Huffman.
BBFC category cuts were required for a 15 rated 1999 VHS release.
category cuts 17s
UK: Passed 15 after 17s of BBFC category cuts for:
1999 Warner Home VHS
Thanks to the BBFC, the distributors are now in breach of trading standards by lying on the video cover.
The BBFC cuts are reported as being applied to the scene where Hogan pulls down some barbed wire and scrapes it
repeatedly cross the face of Flair and pulls off his belt. He then calls to the crowd and whips and hammers a bloodied Flair.
Wij is a 2018 Netherlands / Belgium drama by Rene Eller. Starring Aimé Claeys, Tijmen Govaerts and Pauline Casteleyn.
Uncut and 18 rated in the UK. Released Uncut and MPAA Unrated on US
DVD and Blu-ray but streaming versions have been cut by 2 minutes.
scorching summer in a Belgian-Dutch border village, eight teenagers play games of discovery to break the listless monotony. They challenge each other and themselves and pretty soon, their sexual curiosity starts to blur the lines between right and wrong.
As innocence is crushed in depraved games and sexual exploitation, the teenagers soon turn into ruthless predators.
We Are Monster is a 2014 UK drama by Antony Petrou. Starring Leeshon Alexander, Aymen Hamdouchi and Gethin Anthony.
Cut by the BBFC for a 15 rated cinema release.
On 8th February 2000 at Feltham Young Offenders Institute, Robert Stewart, a known violent racist was placed in a cell
with Zahid Mubarek, eventually leading to Mubarek's murder 6 weeks later.
advised category cuts
UK: Passed 15 for very strong and racist language, strong violence after BBFC advised pre-cuts for:
2015 cinema release
The BBFC commented:
This film was originally seen for advice. The company was advised the film was likely to be classified 18 but that their preferred 15 could be achieved by reducing the number of uses of very strong language. When the film was
submitted for formal classification, the number of uses of very strong language had been reduced and it was classified 15.
The BBFC further commented in its 2015 Annual Report:
When originally shown to the BBFC for advice, the film contained fourteen uses of very strong language, some of which were aggravated by aggression or violence. The
BBFC's Guidelines at 15 state Very strong language may be permitted, depending on the manner in which it is used, who is using the language, its frequency within the work as a whole and any special contextual justification'. This means that it is
unusual to permit more than a handful of uses of very strong language in a submission of normal feature length at 15.
In order to achieve its preferred 15 rating, the BBFC advised the distributor to reduce the number of uses of
very strong language, in particular addressing the more aggravated uses.
When the film was submitted for formal classification, the number of uses were approximately halved and the uses accompanied by violence or other aggravating
factors, including one use directed towards a child, were no longer present. The remaining uses, which are mainly self-directed within the central character's head, were acceptable at 15 in this particular context.
We Joined the Navy is a 1962 UK comedy romance by Wendy Toye. Starring Kenneth More, Lloyd Nolan and Joan O'Brien.
BBFC category cuts were required for a 1962 U rated cinema release
British film icon Kenneth More - at the height of his fame - plays an unlucky Dartmouth Naval College cadet leader who sails out to further misfortune when he joins the US
fleet in the Mediterranean.
Lt Commander Badger, RN: an exceptionally likeable fellow, "the Artful Bodger" has one besetting sin a shining honesty which compels him to say the right thing at entirely the wrong time! When untimely
remarks to some new recruits are splashed across the tabloids, the rush is on to find him a new posting somewhere far away...
UK: Presumably the cut cinema version was passed PG for mild bad language, mild
Web of Seduction is a 1999 USA mystery thriller by Blain Brown. Starring Lauren Hays, Eric Acsell and Tracy Ryan.
Cut in the US for an MPAA R rating but also released uncut and MPAA
Unrated. The Unrated version was distributed worldwide
In this erotic tale of suspense, seduction, and murder, a cleaning woman finds herself working for two wives who
are wealthy, idle, and ignored by their husbands. The maid persuades the two woman to kill each other's spouses and live happily ever after off the proceeds of their hubbies' valuable art collections. However, the plan does not go as expected, and the
conspirators find that their own lives are in danger.
Web of the Spider is a 1971 Italy / France / West Germany horror by Antonio Margheriti (as Anthony M Dawson). Starring Anthony Franciosa, Michèle Mercier and Klaus Kinski.
Exists as an uncut Italian Version and a shortened US Version.
The journalist Alan Foster makes a bet than he can spend one night at the haunted Blackwood Castle. As
he learns, the rumors of ghosts at the castle are indeed true. On All Soul's Eve the ghosts of the castle search for blood to tide them over for another year. In the castle Foster meet and fall in love with Elizabeth Blackwood.
uncut Italian Version
US: The uncut Italian Version is MPAA Unrated for:
2017 Garagehouse Pictures [US Version + Italian Version] (RA) Blu-ray at US Amazon
shortened US Version
US: The shortened US Version is MPAA Unrated for:
2017 Garagehouse Pictures [US Version + Italian Version] (RA) Blu-ray at US Amazon
1989 US comedy by Ted Kotcheff. With Andrew McCarthy, Jonathan Silverman and Catherine Mary Stewart.
Passed 15 uncut for:
2010 Network RB Blu-ray
2006 Network R2 DVD
2000 VCI R2 DVD
1998 VCI VHS
1990 MGM/UA VHS
A precut version was passed 12 without BBFC cuts for:
2006 Sound & Media R2 DVD
2001 Cinema Club R2 DVD
1991 Sky TV
1989 cinema release
This version was overdubbed to delete the strong language
Weird Science is a 1985 USA comedy Sci-Fi romance by John Hughes. Starring Anthony Michael Hall, Ilan Mitchell-Smith and Kelly LeBrock.
Exists as a Theatrical Version, an Extended Version and a cut TV version
Two unpopular teenagers, Gary Wallace and Wyatt Donnelly, fail at all attempts to be accepted by their peers. Their desperation to be liked leads them to
"create" a woman via their computer. Their living and breathing creation is a gorgeous woman, Lisa, whose purpose is to boost their confidence level by putting them into situations which require Gary and Wyatt to act like men. On their road to
becoming accepted, they encounter many hilarious obstacles, which gives the movie an overall sense of silliness.
UK: The Theatrical Version was passed 12 uncut for moderate language, sex references and nudity:
2003 Universal Pictures (UK) video
UK: The Theatrical Version was passed 15 uncut:
1986 CIC VHS
1985 cinema release
US: The Theatrical Version is uncut and MPAA PG-13 rated for:
2019 Arrow Special Edition [Theatrical + Extended + TV Versoons] (RA) Blu-ray at US Amazon
US: The Extended Version is uncut and MPAA Unrated
From IMDb. Extra footage was added to the syndicated
A bunch of guys wearing Devo helmets try to get into Gary and Wyatt's party.
Extra scene at the very beginning where Gary and Wyatt are in the kitchen cooking.
Note that the TV Version then censored out a scene. The Extended Version is the additional TV footage but it retains the scene censored for TV
UK: Passed 15 uncut:
1985 cinema release
From IMDb. The TV version adds the 2 scenes forming the Extended Version but then censors out
The sequence where biker leader asks Gary if he has 'tossed off to any good books recently'.
After the leader of the mutant bikers announces to everyone that "they couldn't even take a shower with a beautiful woman without wearing their
jeans" they realized that the mutant bikers were another of Lisa's creations and wouldn't harm them. With the original scene they have an opportunity to show off for their friends. With that scene cut they suddenly develop courage on their own.
Welcome the Stranger is a 2017 USA mystery drama by Justin Kelly. Starring
Riley Keough, Abbey Lee and Caleb Landry Jones.
Rated R for sexuality including an intense sexual/violent image, nudity, and for language throughout. However The film was rated a week previously as R for disturbing
sexuality/violence, nudity, and for language throughout. presumably the film was resubmitted in a different edit.
Alice arrives unannounced at her estranged brother Ethan's house in an attempt to
reconcile, but bizarre visions, the return of his strange girlfriend and Alice's paranoia and suspicion force the siblings to cling onto reality amidst mysterious circumstances.
Welcome to New York is a 2014 USA drama by Abel Ferrara. Starring Jacqueline Bisset, Gérard Depardieu and Paul Calderon.
Releases are uncut except in the US where the film has been cut for an MPAA R rating and noted as the Producer's Cut or US Version.
A retelling of the downfall of
former IMF head Dominique Strauss-Kahn
Mr. Devereaux is a powerful man. A man who handles billions of dollars every day. A man who controls the economic fate of nations. A man driven by a frenzied and unbridled sexual hunger. A
man who dreamed of saving the world and who cannot save himself. A terrified man. A lost man.
uncut Original Version
UK: The Original Version was passed 18 uncut for strong sex, scenes of sexual assault for:
2014 Spirit Entertainment [Uncut Version + Alternative Version] RB Blu-ray at UK Amazon
2014 Spirit Entertainment [Uncut Version only] R2 DVD at UK Amazon
2014 cinema release
The BBFC commented in the Annual Report covering 2014:
Contains two scenes of sexual assault with a level of detail which contributed to the film's 18 classification. However, the BBFC did not require cuts because the
scenes did not in any way condone or encourage sexual violence, nor suggest that the victims welcome or enjoy the attacks. There is also strong contextual justification for the scenes' inclusion as they form the basis of the legal case against the main
cut Producer's Cut
Producers Cut/US Version was passed 18 for strong sex, scenes of sexual assault for:
2014 Spirit Entertainment [Uncut Version + Alternative Version] RB Blu-ray at UK Amazon
US: Cut and MPAA R rated for strong sexuality, graphic nudity, a rape and language.
Director Abel Ferrara is bristling at a letter he says he received from IFC senior vp Arianna Bocco telling the
filmmaker to deliver an R-rated version of Welcome. The film, which screened in Cannes in May, is currently beyond the R-rated threshold.
Welcome to the Jungle is a 2003 USA action comedy adventure by Peter Berg. Starring Dwayne Johnson, Seann William Scott and Christopher Walken.
A cut version was passed 12A for 2004 UK cinema release. Uncut for BBFC 15 rated home videos. Uncut in the US and MPAA PG-13 rated.
The Rock as a bounty hunter who
attempts to square a debt by heading to the Amazon jungle to capture someone. The bounty hunter discovers that his quarry isn't the bad guy he'd been warned about, and the two team up in pursuit of riches stored in a mine in the Amazon.
We're the Millers is a 2013 USA crime comedy by Rawson Marshall Thurber. With
Jason Sudeikis, Jennifer Aniston and Emma Roberts.
Both Theatrical and Extended Edition ware given an MPAA R rating with the same descriptor: Rated R For crude sexual content, pervasive language, drug material and brief graphic nudity. Similarly both versions were passed 15 uncut for strong
language and references to sex and drugs.
A veteran pot dealer creates a fake family as part of his plan to move a huge shipment of weed into the U.S. from Mexico.
UK: The Extended Edition was passed 15 uncut for strong language and references to sex and drugs
The Werewolf and the Yeti is a 1975 Spanish horror by Miguel Iglesias. With Paul Naschy, Mercedes Molina and Silvia Solar.
Banned as a video nasty in 1984. Not released in the UK since. Uncut and
MPAA Unrated in the US.
Summary Review: Monster Movie
A team of scientists travel to Tibet to track down the Yeti. Among the group is Waldemar (Naschy) who falls in with some vampire handmaidens
and somehow gets turned into a werewolf.
The film turns out to be a low budget monster movie with just a couple of decent performances keeping it from total inanity. There's hardly any horror, and there's a few hints that
maybe it was once intended to be a sexy horror...but isn't. The evil Tibetan chieftain and his wicked witch are better than the 'monsters'.
US: Uncut and MPAA Unrated for:
2017 Shout! Factory Paul Naschy Collection II RA Blu-ray at US Amazon
Werewolf in a Girl's Dormitory is a 1961 Italy / Austria horror mystery by Paolo Heusch (as Richard Benson). Starring Barbara Lass, Carl Schell and Curt Lowens.
The US Version has shortened opening credits. This version was cut by the BBFC for 1964 cinema release but was later passed 15 uncut for 2005 DVD. The full length Italian Version was released uncut and MPAA Unrated in the US in 2019.
The new science teacher Dr. Julian Olcott with a mysterious past arrives in an institutional boarding school for troublemaker girls. Along the night, the intern Mary
Smith, who is blackmailing another teacher - Sir Alfred Whiteman - with some love letters, is slaughtered by a werewolf. The detective in charge of the investigation attributes the crime to a wolf, while her mate Priscilla believes she was killed by Sir
Alfred. On the next days, other deaths happen in the school, reducing the list of suspects.
The Italian Version is uncut and MPAA Unrated for:
La lupa mannara is a 1976 Italy horror by Rino Di Silvestro (as RD Silver). Starring Annik Borel, Howard Ross and Dagmar Lassander.
Cut by the BBFC for cinema and VHS. Uncut in Europe and the US
From notorious Italian exploitation filmmaker Rino Di Silvestro (Deported Women of the SS Special Section) comes Werewolf
Woman, a psychological, psychosexual, pseudo-shapeshiter shocker and a favorite of director Quentin Tarantino. In it, a mentally unstable young woman named Daniela (Annik Borel) fantasizes that she is the reincarnation of her long-dead ancestor, a woman
who was thought to have been a werewolf. Dealing with her lifetime of sexual abuse, she seduces men before transgressing into a feral monster, screaming, cursing and ripping them to shreds. When she meets the man of her dreams, Daniela seems ready to
forgive her past and bury the beast within until another traumatic encounter seals both her own fate and the collective fates of the Werewolf Woman's wild wrath. A strange, erotic, outrageously sleazy and provocative Eurohorror classic about a woman
pushed well-past the edge of sanity, Werewolf Woman is finally presented here with the respect it deserves, in beautifully realized, remastered high-definition. Watch it with someone you trust.
Selected by Quentin Tarantino for
the First Quentin Tarantino Film Fest in Austin, Texas, 1996. He loved it so much that all subsequent Quentin Tarantino Film Fests had a surprise movie added to the end of each all-nighter known as the Wolf Woman selection, defined as an
outrageous exploitation film sure to wake the audience up.
This wildly exploitive Italian gem features a luscious blonde lead experiencing lycanthropic spasms flagrante delicto, making a bloody mess of the men she naturally
attracts until she finds true love in the arms of a gentle beefcake stuntman. Sleazy fun; even the bland expository scenes offer some hilariously inane dialogue.
West 11 is a 1963 UK crime drama by Michael Winner. Starring Alfred Lynch, Kathleen Breck and Eric Portman.
The BBFC required cuts for the X rated 1963 cinema release. There is also evidence of an International Version.
An early feature from Michael Winner, this
brilliantly gritty crime thriller sets its story of alienation and amorality amid the faded grandeur and seedy clubs of early-sixties Notting Hill. Alfred Lynch leads an excellent cast, and the film showcases an outstandingly vulnerable performance from
Joe Beckett, seasoned citizen of the bedsitter belt, aged about 22, is the renegade son of middle-class parents and, to use his own description, an emotional leper . He decides that he needs a violent shock to shake him back into
life, and as a result accepts a commission to carry out the murder of a total stranger for a man he meets in a coffee bar...
cinema submitted 94:45s =90:58s
UK: Presumably the cut Theatrical Version was passed 15 for sexualised nudity without further BBFC cuts for:
IMDB notes that: Early prints contain a scene in Medeval world where a guest is tortured on a rack. That scene was deleted from television and video. This probably gives a clue as to what was cut from the UK cinema release
What a Crazy World is a 1963 UK musical music film by Michael Carreras. Starring Joe Brown, Susan Maughan and Marty Wilde.
Cut by the BBFC for an A (PG) rated 1963 cinema release. Presumably the same version was released since 2014 DVD now rated 12.
Unemployed East End lad Alf Hitchens
has an on-off relationship with his girlfriend Marilyn and a dream of hitting the big time in the music business. Cheerful pop musical with a working-class background which uses a number of genuine London locations.
UK: Presumably the cut cinema version was passed 12 without BBFC cuts for moderate sex references for:
the sight of Jane kicking Blanche reduced to one kick
removed Elvira witnessing Blanche tied up in bed and writhing
A third cut was originally requested, deleting a shot of a dead rat being served to Blanche. But this was allowed to remain following a request from Warner Brothers to BBFC Director, John Trevelyan. They felt it was essential to the
plot, and anything hidden from view might lead people to imagine something far worse than a rat.
What Have You Done To Solange? is a 1972 Italy / West Germany mystery thriller by Massimo Dallamano. Starring Fabio Testi, Cristina Galbó and Karin Baal.
Banned by the BBFC for 1973 cinema release. Later passed 18 after cuts for 1996 VHS. Uncut for 2015 DVD and Blu-ray.
A teacher who is having an affair with one of his
students takes her out on a boat. They see a knife killing on shore. Other gruesome murders start occurring shortly thereafter, and the teacher suspects that he may be the cause of them.
UK: Passed 18 uncut for strong sexualised violence,
nudity after previous cuts waived for:
The BBFC commented about the waived cuts in their Annual Report covering 2015:
The video was passed 18 in 2015 with previous cuts relating to stabbings to women's crotches waived. The original film submission in 1973
failed to receive a certificate, after which it was cut for video release in 1995. The dated nature of the film and the relative lack of detail in the most challenging scenes enabled the film to be passed without intervention.
Wheels on Meals a 1984 Hong Kong action crime comedy by Sammo Kam-Bo Hung (as Samo Hung). Starring Jackie Chan, Biao Yuen and Sammo Kam-Bo Hung.
No censor cuts but there are variant versions and several different
Cousins Thomas and David, owners of a mobile restaurant, team up with their friend Moby, a bumbling private detective, to save the beautiful Sylvia, a
pickpocket. Action and humor abound in the streets of Barcelona, culminating with a battle in the castle hideout of the evil gang.
When Dinosaurs Ruled the Earth is a 1970 UK Sci-Fi romance by Val Guest.
With Victoria Vetri, Robin Hawdon and Patrick Allen.
Originally filmed with nude scenes. But Hammer ended up distributing it as a PG rated film. The original sexy version turned up on some US DVDs
Set in a non-existant
past when humans and dinosaurs lived together, a small tribe is struggling to survive by giving a sacrifice of a blond woman to their gods in return for protection from the giant lizards looking to snack on them. Sanna, one of the sacrificial offerings,
finds herself on her own when a freak storm interrupts the ceremony. As she searches for a safe haven she encounters hostility from rival tribes and lots of huge and very hungry dinos.
UK: From Olly: LoveFilm have just added what I think is the uncut version of Hammer's When Dinosaurs Ruled the Earth. It certainly has some
topless scenes. Decent print too.
UK: The cut US G rated version was passed
after further BBFC cuts for:
1988 Warner VHS
1980 cinema release
Several nude scenes were filmed, but were excluded from the U.S. version of the movie. They include: Robin Hawdon and Victoria Vetri's love-making in the cave and the scene where they both go skinny-dipping.
Further cut by the BBFC, presumably to again reduce the violence down to A/PG levels
submitted 99:29s =95:30s
UK: The full version was submitted but was cut by the BBFC for:
1970 cinema release
Cut to edit some scenes of violence for an A certificate including the fights with the snake, the pterodactyl and the man-eating plant.
This UK release is said to contain the brief
nude scenes cut for the US G Rated version
Where Eagles Dare is a 1968 UK/US war film by Brian G Hutton. With Richard Burton, Clint Eastwood and Mary Ure.
Cut by the BBFC for an 'A' rated cinema release. Later uncut and PG rated for home video. Uncut and MPAA PG rated n the US.
Allied agents stage a daring raid on a
castle where the Nazis are holding an American General prisoner. The general has extensive knowledge of secret D Day landing plans and must be rescued at all costs.
UK: Passed PG uncut for moderate violence
2019 Warner Bros Signature Film Collection R0 Blu-ray at UK Amazon
Michael Moore is non to impressed by the MPAA R rating given to his
latest documentary. Moore spoke of the R rating to Variety:
Moore listed the parts of the film that prompted the MPAA's ruling. The violence in the picture includes footage of law enforcement officers beating Eric Garner,
a Staten Island man whose death last year helped spark a wider debate about police brutality.
The drug use is related to a section in the film on Portugal's decision to decriminalize narcotics -- a move that some suggest has led
to a reduction in substance abuse.
The language stems from the use of 'fuck' by Icelandic citizens protesting the 2009 collapse of their banks.
And the nudity is a fleeting image of a naked man.
That's from a vignette that shows how some Europeans are able to enjoy three weeks at a spa to treat stress thanks to government-backed healthcare.
Moore said he will not edit the film, and has appealed to have the rating lowered to a
The appeal was rejected in December 2015 and the R rating stands.
However not everyone agrees with the MPAA R rating. Cinema chain Alamo Drafthouse, with cinemas in 13 states, decided to relax its R-rating policy for the
film in February 2016. CEO Tim League said in a statement that the company can't believe the film was ever rated R in the first place:
For the first time ever, we are relaxing our 18-and-up age policy for one film. Why? We
simply don't believe Where to Invade Next should have received an R rating from the MPAA. We don't want that rating and our own age policies to get in the way of teens and their parents seeing this film. So, for the run of the Where to Invade Next we
will allow teens age 15 and up on their own...yes, it's that important.
And for comparison, in the UK, the BBFC passed the film 15 uncut for strong language, violence, drug references
White Comanche is a 1968 Spain western drama by José Briz Méndez (as Gilbert Lee Kay). Starring Joseph Cotten, William Shatner and Rosanna Yanni.
BBFC category cuts were required for an A rated 1971 cinema release. Uncut
and 12 rated for 2015 DVD.
William Shatner plays two roles: cowboy Johnny Moon and his ruthless Indian twin brother, Notah. Notah likes peyote and gets the crazy idea that he's the
Comanche messiah sent to lead the Comanche nation against the white man but more specifically the dusty desert town of Rio Hondo. Moon, estranged from his brother, decides to stop Notah either by words or by bullets.
Few countries can compete with the UK when it comes to television costume dramas . . . but American audiences, it seems, prefer
our dramas without the costumes.
A raunchy alternative version of the ten-part BBC1 series The White Queen has been created for screening in the US -- including graphic sex and nude scenes which don't appear here.
Bedroom scenes in which actors appear in the BBC version partly clothed are sexed-up for the American market -- and the actors complete the scenes naked.
As lead actor Max Irons put it: There's the BBC cut
and the Starz cut. You get a lot more arse in the Starz version -- the cameras kept rolling after the BBC stopped the scene.
Eg, in episode two Queen Elizabeth, played by Rebecca Fergusson, was seen wearing a nightdress for
her love scene with Edward IV, played by Max Irons. But when the clinch is broadcast on American television later this summer, the same actress will be shown first topless and then completely naked in the marital bed.
one, two and three of the American version all contain nudity and the first programme includes at least four shots of the Queen's breasts and a scene showing her younger sister topless in a bath. By contrast, the BBC version doesn't include any nudity
until episode three, and even then only fleetingly.
2013 Touchstone Home Entertainment R0 Blu-ray/R0 Combo at US Amazon
From IMDb. The following animator jokes were deleted from DVD releases and beyond:
Originally when Baby Herman storms off the set and puts his hand up a woman's dress, the middle finger of his hand is clearly extended.
The original film had a gag frame of Betty Boop where her dress was drawn too low in the front, revealing her nipples.
When Jessica Rabbit and Eddie are thrown out of the cab there are a few frames where
Jessica's underwear is visible, but the coloring is sometimes close to that of her legs, so that it has been mistakenly assumed that she is not wearing any underwear. This was first altered so that she is more clearly wearing white panties. It was then
altered again, so that now, her dress covers her entirely.
Who Killed Teddy Bear is a 1965 USA crime mystery thriller by Joseph Cates. Starring Sal Mineo, Juliet Prowse and Jan Murray.
Banned by the BBFC for 1965 cinema release. Uncut and 15 rated since 2008
A busboy at a disco has sexual problems related to events in his childhood. He becomes obsessed with a disc jockey at the club, leading to obscene phone calls, voyeurism, trips to
the porn shop and adult movie palace, and more! A police detective is similarly obsessed with sexual materials, leading him to become personally involved in the case.
UK: Passed 15 uncut for strong sex references and one scene of sexual violence for:
From IMDb. The NC-17 Version was shortened for pacing as follows:
38-39min: Brutal Man (Daniel Quinn) with Liz (Theresa Russell): Of this sex scene only the first 15s are shown, the remaining 82s are cut.
56-62min: Liz and Rasta (Antonio Fargas) in the
theater, in alternation with Blake (Benjamin Mouton) in his car: 7 scenes have been partially or completely cut, resulting in a total elimination of 138s. Eg Blake saying that he goes to great lengths to teach his girls her profession as this is not
unskilled labor ; he then complains about hypocrisy.
The Wicked Lady is a 1983 UK adventure drama by Michael Winner. With Faye Dunaway, Alan Bates, John Gielgud.
Uncut for 18 rated 1983 cinema release but later cut by the BBFC for 1987 VHS. Cuts were waived for 18 rated 2016 home video.
Legendary actress, Faye Dunaway
(Network, Bonnie & Clyde) looking delectable in her 17th Century wardrobe, stars as Lady Barbara Skelton, a beautiful English socialite who finds her life extremely dull in spite of being married to a rich man (Denholm Elliot, Trading Places). In order
to escape her banal existence, Barbara begins an affair with a miscreant criminal, Jackson (Alan Bates, Women in Love), and together they enter into a life of crime…
UK: Passed 18 uncut for strong sex, violence, sexual violence with
previous BBFC cuts waived for:
UK censor James Ferman requested cuts for the UK cinema version to the infamous horse-whip fight between Faye Dunaway and Marina Sirtis claiming that shots of whipped breasts should not be passed by the BBFC.
However he was overruled following protests by Michael Winner who was supported by Kingsley Amis, Karel Reisz, and Fay Weldon (among others) after they viewed a private showing of the film.
Fay Weldon later claimed
that she had been duped into supporting Winner. She claimed that the 'uncut' version that she supported after a private viewing was in fact a cut version.
The film was passed uncut for cinema but the offending whip fight was cut for
the subsequent video release.
UK: Passed 18 after 13s of BBFC cuts for:
1987 VCI VHS
The BBFC cuts were:
To a scene showing a horse-whip fight between Faye Dunaway and Marina Sirtis
The Theatrical Version was passed 12 without
BBFC cuts for:
2007 Sony R2 DVD
2006 cinema release
Lions Gate asked the BBFC to review their 12A decision to no avail. The BBFC commented:
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 and looked again at the relevant submitted material, but concluded that its original determination was appropriate.
The Wicker Man is a 1973 UK mystery drama by Robin Hardy. With Edward Woodward, Christopher Lee and Diane Cilento.
The Director was overruled and a shortened version was created for theatrical release. Later a Director's Cut was created from available material but this was still lacking some footage wanted by Hardy. The official story is that a new
print turned up in 2013 with the missing material, and the Final Cut is the result.
UK: The Final Cut was passed 15 uncut for moderate horror, sex and nudity:
2013 StudioCanal [UK Theatrical + Director's Cut + Final Cut] RB Blu-ray at UK Amazon
2013 StudioCanal [UK Theatrical + Director's Cut + Final Cut] R2 DVD at UK Amazon
1974 Sweden sex comedy by Gustav Wiklund. With Kent-Arne Dahlgren, Solveig Andersson and
Passed 18 uncut for:
2009 Revelation R2 DVD titled Swedish Erotica Collection 2 at UK Amazon
The BBFC noted in the 2009 Annual Report:
Collection 2, Swedish Erotica, a compilation of three early 1970s films from Sweden (Wide Open, Love Play and More About the Language of Love) was passed 18 without cuts. The
work, which includes explicit images of sexual activity, is now very dated. By contemporary standards it is clearly not a sex work, but rather a genuine attempt to inform and educate, and the Board concluded that there was sufficient contextual
justification to allow these scenes at 18 .
Fans of 70's Swedish sex kitten Christina Lindberg may wish to check out this film which is billed as Ms Lindberg's last movie appearance.
Wide Open is actually not all that great a flick, nor does one get as much of Christina as might be wished for, and is implied by her prominent appearance on the box cover art! Lindberg had just returned from making big bucks on a Japanese movie
deal and her, newly, inflated fees only allowed Wicklund to hire her for two days of shooting... thus her presence in Wide Open is relatively minimal. Still her time on screen is used to good advantage as she is pretty much gloriously naked throughout in
scenes as diverse as a porno photo shoot to nude vacuum cleaning in her boyfriend's apartment.
The overall filmic experience of Wide Open is pretty uneven. The director was apparently attempting to create a blend of
sexiness and criminal intrigue with a light comedic overtone. From my perspective he didn't do a very good job of merging the genres.
If you are a die hard fan of Lindberg, Wide Open may be worth a look.
Passed X (18) after BBFC cuts for:
1974 cinema release
The BBFC noted the submitted running time as 102:16s = 98:11s
Wilbur and the Baby Factory is a 1970 US erotic comedy by Tom McGowan With Peter Ford, Keith McConnell and Larisa Schubert.
UK: Passed 18 uncut for strong sex and nudity for:
2012 Freemantlemedia/Revelation Harry Novak Collection 2 R2 DVD at UK Amazon
Wilbur And The Baby Factory - Just as activist stud Wilbur Steele (Peter Ford) is about to be drafted off to Vietnam, two strange men step in and persuade
him to take part in a bizarre experiment involving impregnating 2000 women! Saved from the draft, Wilbur is happy to lend his services, only to soon realise he s a human guinea pig for birth control and part of a mad plot to sterilise the whole of the
United States. Stuart Lancaster (Faster Pussycat! Kill! Kill!) plays the benefactor behind the experiment, a deranged billionaire whose manhood is "the size of a peanut".
The Wild Affair is a 1963 UK comedy by John Krish. Starring Nancy Kwan, Gladys
Morgan and Betty Marsden.
BBFC category cuts for an A rated 1964 cinema release. Unknown version passed 12 for 2014 DVD
This lively romantic comedy stars Golden Globe winner Nancy Kwan as a girl who s
determined to establish a notorious past with which to face a respectable future! Made in 1963 and featuring an array of British comedy talent including Terry-Thomas, Victor Spinetti and music-hall veterans Bud Flanagan and Gladys Morgan The Wild
Affair is presented here in a brand-new transfer from the original film elements, in its as-exhibited theatrical aspect ratio.
As her wedding day approaches, secretary Marjorie begins to panic. Afraid that she will sink into the
obscurity of marriage without ever having proved herself as a free-spirited woman, she sees the office party as her last chance to flirt with intent. She sets off to work wearing a frilly, plunging dress and, as the day wears on, garners a number of
interesting offers and propositions both from her lecherous boss, Godfrey, and a tall, dark, handsome stranger...
UK: Am unknown version was passed 12 uncut for moderate sex references for:
The Wild Angels is a 1966 USA action drama by Roger Corman. Starring Peter Fonda, Nancy Sinatra and Bruce Dern.
Banned by the BBFC for 1966 cinema release. Cut by the BBFC for an X rated 1972 cinema release. Uncut and 18 rated for VHS. Uncut and 15 rated for DVD. Uncut and MPAA R rated in the US.
Peter Fonda plays 'Heavenly Blues', the leader of Hell's Angels chapter from Venice, California while Bruce Dern plays 'Loser', his best pal. When they both botch their attempt to retrieve Loser's stolen bike, Loser ends up in the
hospital. When the Angels bust him out, he dies, and they bury him. Nancy Sinatra plays Mike, Blues' "old lady" and Diane Ladd plays Loser's wife (Dern's real-life wife at the time). The plot is basically a buildup to the last half-hour of the film in
which Loser's funeral becomes another wild party.
UK: Passed 15 uncut for strong
sexualised threat and moderate drug use for:
Wild at Heart is a 1990 US crime drama by David Lynch. With Nicolas Cage, Laura Dern and Willem Dafoe.
Cut in the US for an R rating. The International Version is uncut, but recent worldwide releases have all been the cut version.
Lula's psychopathic mother goes crazy
at the thought of Lula being with Sailor, who just got free from jail. Ignoring Sailor's probation, they set out for California. However their mother hires a killer to hunt down Sailor. Unaware of this, the two enjoy their journey and themselves being
together... until they witness a young woman dying after a car accident - a bad omen.
UK: The International Version was passed 18 uncut for:
Wild Orchid is a 1989 USA romance by Zalman King. Starring Mickey Rourke, Jacqueline Bisset and Carré Otis.
Exists as a cut R rated Version and an uncut Unrated Version. UK releases
are the uncut version.
Emily, a raw recruit to a law firm is sent to Brazil with Claudia to help finalise a real estate deal. Emily is innocent and vulnerable, and when she's left in
Rio with Wheeler, a milionaire with an unusual outlook on life, Emily is shocked and intrigued by the sex antics to which she is exposed.
UK: The Unrated Version was passed 18 uncut for:
2016 Eureka Entertainment Ltd RB Blu-ray/R2 DVD Combo at UK Amazon
The Wild Pussycat is a 1969 Greece crime film by Dimis Dadiras. Starring Kostas Prekas, Gisela Dali and Maria Foka.
Exists as a cut Greek version and an uncut Export Version
The WILD PUSSYCAT is an unsung classic of exploitation cinema. Produced in Greece in 1968, it was not officially released there until 1972 and then only in a cut and compromised version. The simple plot concerns a
women whose sister was exploited and driven to suicide by a sleazy pimp. In order to get revenge on him the woman seduces the man, drugs him and imprisons him in a sound proofed room, tormenting him through a large one way mirror (he can see out, no-one
can see in) by performing sultry strip tease dances and having sex with men and women while he can only look on, helpless to stop it or join in. Her final vengeance on him is so shocking it raises eyebrows even today.
US: Uncut and MPAA Unrated for:
2019 Mondo Macabro [The Wild Pussycat, Export + Greek versions + The Deserter] (RA) Blu-ray at
cut Greek version
US: Uncut and MPAA Unrated for:
2019 Mondo Macabro [The Wild Pussycat, Export + Greek versions + The Deserter] (RA) Blu-ray at
Wild Seven is a 2006 USA crime drama by James M Hausler. Starring Richard Roundtree, Robert Loggia and Robert Forster.
Exists in several versions.
In this darkly karmic vision of Arizona, a man who breathes nothing
but ill will begins a noxious domino effect as quickly as an uncontrollable virus kills. As he exits Arizona State Penn after twenty-one long years, Wilson has only one thing on the brain, leveling the score with career criminal, Mackey Willis. As
eccentric and intuitive as he is vicious, Mackey's own perfected criminal game will play right into the path Wilson has set for him. With the help of a prison bus driver, Lee Marvin, Wilson acts as a catalyst, putting a plan into action that will bring
an untimely end to Mackey Willis. The problem is, no plan is perfect. Meanwhile, an aimless bunch of Arizona twenty-nothings are cooking up a heist that will lead them to the same bank, with different intentions. Skilled at nothing beyond drinking, doing
drugs and attending strip clubs, their plan is destined for immediate failure. Heavily armed, without a single identifiable clue, these boys are as blind as they are impulsive...
All versions pre-cut by the distributor as described by the BBFC in 2006
The distributor had requested it be considered for a '15' when sent in for an advice viewing. However, with four uses of 'cunt', two of which were aggressive and in one case linked to a man head butting a woman, the language in
the film was considered too strong for '15'.
The distributor chose to reduce the very strong language in the film's final edit, leaving a single use of 'cunt' said in frustration, which could be accommodated at the '15'
already required by the other violence, gore and strong language in the work.
Willow is a 1988 USA action fantasy by Ron Howard. With Val Kilmer, Joanne Whalley, Warwick Davis.
BBFC category cuts were required for a PG rating for 1988 cinema release
and VHS. Uncut for PG rated DVD. Uncut and MPAA PG rated in the US.
A baby girl is discovered in a river by Ranon and Mims, the children of Willow Ufgood, a dwarf
farmer and magician and the baby girl is taken into the care of Willow's family. But when a terrifying dog-like creature attacks Willow's village, whilst tracking down the baby. Willow consults the village council and the wizard The High Aldwin. The High
Aldwin gives Willow a task and Willow leaves the village and embarks on the task to give the baby girl to a responsible person. But Willow soon learns the baby is Elora Danan, the baby girl destined to bring about the downfall of the evil sorceress Queen
Bavmorda. Joined by his allies: swordsman Madmartigan, sorceress Fin Raziel and the Brownies Franjean and Rool, Willow takes it upon himself to protect Elora from Queen Bavmorda, who intends to kill Elora and prevent Elora from fulfilling her destiny.
And Willow and his allies are pursued by Queen Bavmorda's daughter Sorsha and the evil commander of Queen Bavmorda's army General Kael.
UK: Passed PG after 34s of category cuts for violence for:
1995 VCI VHS
1989 RCA/Columbia VHS
1988 cinema release
From IMDb. Even after making cuts, the BBFC felt it necessary to screen a cut version in front of a test audience of children and parents to check if enough had been removed. And in fact this resulted in further cuts to the wild boar attack on the
midwife. The BBFC cuts were:
Cut scene where the nurse is attacked by the dog/boar after she puts the baby basket into the river
Willow zaps the troll with his wand, and 2 creatures emerge from its skin. In the cut version, the bit where the creatures quickly rip the
skin off of the troll is missing.
A scene with Bavmorda using magic to transform soldiers attempting to siege a castle into pigs. The transformation details are cut along with screams of agony and pig squeals.
Reduced violence in the
fight between Airk and Kael by removing shot of Airk jerking back as he is stabbed in abdomen; reducing some of the redness of blood on Airk's face;
Deleted violence in climatic fights including the second sword thrust into General Kael when
Madmartigan steps on the sword and drives it through him. The cut version only shows Madmartigan step on the sword, then cuts to Kael falling.
Cut scene during the battle between Bavmorda and Fin Raziel which actually showed where the scratches
on Fin's face came from.
The BBFC also advised that the soundtrack be softened to reduce the intensity of fight scenes.
The Wind and the Lion is a 1975 USA action adventure by John Milius. With Sean Connery, Candice Bergen, Brian Keith.
Cut by the BBFC for cinema release. Not released on video after dispute with the BBFC
UK: Passed PG uncut for moderate violence and mild language for:
2013 Sony Video
Presumably the BBFC has been convinced that horse falls were not cruel as no mention of cuts this time round
UK: Unreleased for:
1990 RCA/Columbia VHS
From IMDb. After receiving a list of BBFC requests to remove horse falls, director John Milius withdrew the film from intended UK video release in 1990 and claimed that no animal cruelty had taken place. His claim was supported by stuntman Terry
Leonard who threatened to sue the BBFC for besmirching his professional reputation.
Windtalkers is a 2002 USA action history war by John Woo. With Nicolas Cage, Adam Beach and Peter Stormare.
Exists as a Theatrical Version and a Director's Cut.
During World War II when the Americans needed to find a secure method of communicating they devised a code using the Navajo language. So Navajos were recruited to become what they
call code talkers. They would be assigned to a unit and would communicate with other units using the code so that even though the enemy could listen they couldn't understand what they were saying. And to insure that the code is protected men are assigned
to protect it at all costs. One of these men is Joe Enders, a man who sustained an injury that can make him unfit for duty but he manages to avoid it and is told of his duty and that the man he is suppose to protect is Ben Yahzee. Initially there is
tension but the two men learn to get along.
An extended directors cut is available on DVD and features about 22 minutes of new footage. This includes several extended battle scenes as well as a few fully deleted scenes including an early scene of Joe
receiving a medal for his work at the start of the film. There are also several new scenes near the start as well including a scene of Joe and Rita on the beach. This scene was included in the trailer for the film. Also a scene of all the marines taking
pictures before shipping off to war. Also an extended scene of Yazee introducing himself to Joe and joe asks if he has seen any combat to which yazee replies No, but i'm looking forward to getting into some. There were also several other smaller
additions and alternate angles and shots used.
The Wings of Honneamise is a 1987 Japan animation Sci-Fi drama by Hiroyuki Yamaga. Starring Leo Morimoto, David Thomas and Mitsuki Yayoi.
The film was passed 15 uncut for 1994 cinema release, but category cuts
were made for a subsequent. PG rated VHS. The 2015 DVD is uncut and 15 rated.
On a far-off planet, a Kingdom tries to launch the planet's first manned spacecraft. This ten year old
project not only faces funding and technical problem, but also is subject to political conspiracy and the neighboring Republic's aggression. It's all up to Shilo, the first spaceman to be, his friends and their faith to make the space program a success.
UK: Passed 15 uncut for brief sexual violence for:
2015 Anime [Subtitled] R2 DVD titled Royal Space Force: The Wings of Honnêamise at UK Amazon
1994 cinema release
Thanks to Anthony for the update
UK: Passed PG after pre-cuts for:
1995 Manga Entertainment [Subtitled] VHS
1995 Manga Entertainment VHS
The UK version had a 30 second rape scene cut to bring it down to a PG certificate.
A BBFC examiners explained:
Wings of Honneamise was cut in one place. It was a wholly gratuitous sexual assault in the middle of a film which was otherwise a wonderful experience for younger viewers. But, and this is important as other distributors
often do the same, it was voluntarily cut by Manga Video to lower the certificate from its cinema classification of 15 to a PG for the video release. When this happens, it is not registered as a cut.
Traficantes de poder
Winter Kills is a 1979 USA comedy mystery thriller by William Richert. Starring Jeff Bridges, John Huston and Anthony Perkins.
Originally released in 1979. This is often referred to as a cut or UK
version. The film was re-cut in 1983 by the director's company. There is also a cut TV version.
The consensus of opinions is that the original version was 97m and the re-issue was 91m. However the original UK cinema release matches the 91m version and
so seems to contradict the consensus. Maybe there are 3 versions.
19 years after President Timothy Keegan was assassinated, his brother Nick discovers a dying man
claiming to have been the gunman. While trying to avoid his wealthy and domineering father's attempts to control his actions, Nick follows the clues that have been handed to him. As he progresses, it becomes increasingly difficult to discern the real
trails from the dead ends, and increasing dangerous as unknown parties try to stop Nick from uncovering the truth.
Re-cut US Version
UK: he Re-cut US Version was passed 18 uncut for
2020 Powerhouse Films Limited Edition [US + UK Versions] RB Blu-ray at UK Amazon released
on 27th January 2020
2020 Powerhouse Films Amazon Prime [US Version] VoD [UK only] at UK
UK: The Re-cut US Version was passed 18 uncut:
1985 ICA cinema release
US: The Re-cut US Version is uncut and MPAA R rated for:
Wish Upon is a 2017 USA horror fantasy thriller by John R Leonetti. Starring Sherilyn Fenn, Joey King and Elisabeth Röhm.
The Theatrical Version was cut in the US for an MPAA PG13 rating. An uncut MPAA Unrated version was later released on Blu-ray and VoD only.
A teen girl discovers a
magical box that will grant her seven wishes. As she uses her wishes for personal gain, bad things begin to happen to those around her. She discovers an evil entity lives inside the box and may be behind the gruesome deaths.
US: Uncut and MPAA Unrated for:
2017 Broad Green Pictures [Theatrical Version + Unrated Version] (RA) Blu-ray/(R1) DVD Combo at
Presumably the Blu-ray disk has the uncut version whilst the DVD is the cut version.
UK: The cut Theatrical was passed 15 for strong threat, bloody
images, suicide references for without further BBFC cuts for:
2018 Vertigo R2 DVD
2017 cinema release
US: The cut Theatrical Version is MPAA PG-13 rated for:
2017 Broad Green Pictures [Theatrical Version + Unrated Version] (RA) Blu-ray/(R1) DVD Combo at
2017 Broad Green Pictures [Theatrical Version only ] (R1) DVD
Director John R. Leonetti ( Annabelle ) said early on that
his movie was initially much gorier and received the MPAA's "R" rating in the first round. He also said that he considers this "Unrated Director's Cut" to be the better version of his film.
There's a lot more censored than the
mere runtime difference of just one minute would suggest. That is due to the usage of alternate material and CGI blood censorship.
The Witch who Came from the Sea is a 1976 US horror by Matt Cimber.
With Millie Perkins, Lonny Chapman and Vanessa Brown.
Always uncut but briefly banned as a video nasty in 1984. Passed 18 uncut for 2006 DVD. Uncut and MPAA R rated in the US.
Summary Review: Odd little gem
sensationalist cover got this video into trouble "A young woman's nightmare of incest and castration... Molly has a way with razors!" The actual castration scene of course is well toned down.
Here is an odd little gem
of a film that fortunately has resurfaced on DVD, boasting a pristine film transfer. Descriptions of the film, the title of the film, and even the DVD cover itself do little to relate, or even hint at what is, as it turns out, an altogether strange,
unsettling, humorous, and entertaining cinematic treat.
The off kilter acting styles, unnatural tone, and dark humor of the film shares a kinship to the works of David Lynch. Highly recommended.
The Witch Who Came From the Sea had briefly appeared on the Director of Public Prosecutions' 'video nasty' list in 1984 before being removed in 1985 following
unsuccessful prosecutions. Its strong bloody violence was acceptable at '18', but not at a lower category.
UK: Passed uncut on pre-cert video for:
UK VTC VHS
Released on VHS by VTC. It was banned as a video nasty in august 1984 but was dropped from the DPP list following unsuccessful prosecutions in June 1985.
Witchcraft is a 1988 Italy horror by Fabrizio Laurenti (as Martin Newlin). Starring David Hasselhoff, Linda Blair and Catherine Hickland.
Cut by the BBFC for 1989 VHS and pre-cut for 2002 DVD. Uncut and MPAA R rated in the US.
Summary Review: Dismal
When a storm strands a group on a Massachusetts island where the
only dwelling is an old hotel supposedly haunted by the ghost of a former German actress (Knef), the result is the standard horror film as each of the cast is picked off one-by-one.
In the review guidelines it says not to
write one word reviews, but you could about this film, and that would be DISMAL.
So many basic and obvious techniques are used, like: Wind blowing at scary moments, or crackling thunder storms. It is also a horribly
predictable storyline, and I would confidently say that a Scooby Doo show contains more mystery and suspense.
Witchcraft is a 1964 UK horror romance by Don Sharp. Starring Lon Chaney Jr, Jack Hedley and Jill Dixon.
Cut by the BBFC for X rated 1964 cinema release. Passed 12 uncut for 2016
Since the 17th Century when the Lanier's buried a Whitlock woman alive as a witch and took over the Whitlock estate, the Whitlocks have hungered for revenge. Against the wishes of
both families, Amy Whitlock and Bill Lanier are planning on getting married. The Laniers have sent bulldozers onto the old Whitlock Estate to level the land for a construction project. Morgan Whitlock and his daughter Amy make a futile effort to stop the
bulldozers that overturn headstones and churn up graves in the Whitlock Cemetery. That hammernight, an overturned coffin opens and Vanessa Whitlock, the witch buried centuries ago, rises from the grave. Together with Morgan, they use their supernatural
powers and soon, one-by-one, the Laniers meet with fatal accidents. Tracy Lanier follows Amy into the family crypt and is astonished to see Vanessa and her witches in weird supernatural rites.
UK: Passed 12 uncut for moderate violence, threat for:
Many British film from this period that were cut by the BBFC have ended up with the cut version becoming the only version available. Maybe the existence of a US version with a running time 1 minute longer than the UK version suggests that an
uncut version may have been sent to the US and hence was available for this release.
The Witches is a 1990 UK / USA family horror fantasy by Nicolas Roeg. Starring Anjelica Huston, Mai Zetterling and Jasen Fisher.
Cut by the BBFC for a PG rating. There is an uncut European version. Uncut
in the US but with an alternative happy ending
A young boy, recently orphaned, is taken to England by his grandmother. At a hotel in which they are staying, a group of witches have
gathered to prepare a plot to rid the world of all children.
This is the kind of movie you can watch over and over, and each time you'll find something new to laugh at. Trying to mimic the hilariously delivered lines in the
film, has yet to lose it's novelty.
The film certainly does do justice to the classic Roald Dahl novel about the adventures of Luke, a young boy staying at an English seaside hotel which happens to be inhabited by the
entire population of English child-hating witches and their supreme leader, the grand high witch, who are all under the guise of nice charitable ladies.
Witchfinder General is a 1968 UK horror by Michael Reeves. With Vincent Price, Ian Ogilvy and Rupert Davies.
Cut by the BBFC for cinema and VHS until 1990. Uncut for DVD in 2 versions, Continental Version and Director's Cut
England is torn in civil strife as the
Royalists battle the Parliamentary Party for control. This conflict distracts people from rational thought and allows unscrupulous men to gain local power by exploiting village superstitions. One of these men is Matthew Hopkins, who tours the land
offering his services as a persecutor of witches. Aided by his sadistic accomplice John Stearne, he travels from city to city and wrenches confessions from "witches" in order to line his pockets and gain sexual favors.
UK: Unconfirmed but hopefully the
Director's Cut was passed 15 uncut for strong violence and execution scenes for:
2013 cinema release
UK: The Director's Cut was passed 18 without BBFC cuts for:
2011 Odeon [Director's Cut + Continental Version] RB Blu-ray at UK Amazon
The Witching is a 1972 USA horror by Bert I Gordon. Starring Orson Welles, Pamela Franklin and Lee Purcell.
Originally passed X uncut for 1972 cinema release in 1972. The producers
re-cut the film and sexed it up for 1983 re-release now titled The Witching but the BBFC objected and made cuts for an 18 rated cinema release. Passed 18 uncut for 2002 DVD.
Orson Welles plays the head of a witches' coven in the town of Lilith, where he needs the powers of Pamela Franklin to raise his son from the dead.
Witchtrap is a 1989 USA action horror thriller by Kevin Tenney (as Kevin S Tenney). Starring James W Quinn, Kathleen Bailey and Judy Tatum.
Cut in the US for an MPAA R rating in 1989. This version was released in
the UK on 18 rated VHS without further BBFC cuts. The uncut version is available in the US and is MPAA Unrated.
Director Kevin Tenney's (NIGHT OF THE DEMONS) WITCHTRAP is a
gleefully gory and over the top late 80s supernatural shocker. Starring James Quinn (WITCHBOARD) and featuring scream queen Linnea Quigley in the film's most memorable and creative death scene, Vinegar Syndrome is proud to bring this outrageous cult
classic to Blu-ray, totally uncut, with its long censored gore fully intact, and in a brand new Director and Cinematographer approved restoration, for the first time anywhere in the world!
Without a Stitch is a 1968 Denmark comedy drama by Annelise Meineche. Starring Anne Grete Nissen, Ib Mossin and Joan Gamst.
Banned by the BBFC for 1969 cinema release. Passed X after BBFC cuts for an
X rated 1975 cinema release.
When a high-school girl complains of her inability to reach sexual climax, her doctor suggests that she keep a diary of her sexual encounters. She does just
that and soon finds herself caught up in a sexual merry-go-round that includes making a hardcore porno film in Sweden, an escapade with a German sadist and a lesbian encounter.