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Old 11th April 2011, 05:24 PM
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I think most people were expecting the cuts to be a lot deeper. 14 seconds in practically nothing compared to what some people were discussing prior to this announcement!
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this is a good step forward for the BBFC.
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Old 11th April 2011, 05:27 PM
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I'm gobsmacked by the decision and, if the whole BBFC feel that way, it basically gives Deodato free licence to do what he likes with the film and put out his own 'definitive vision'. It's great news for Shameless and a milestone decision (if it is verified) by the BBFC.
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Old 11th April 2011, 05:47 PM
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14 seconds? From my memory the killing of the muskrat only lasted a few seconds...I'll have to revisit the Grindhouse release...though it will only be the second time I've ever watched the full version
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Old 11th April 2011, 05:53 PM
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this is fantastic news, I would probably go for the new Deodato version anyway as it saves me hitting fast forward on the animal scenes.

Has it been confirmed anywhere if this will be a dvd only release or is it also coming to blu-ray?

Oh and if anyone's listening, can we have Ferox next please?
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Old 11th April 2011, 05:53 PM
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That's pretty incredible news.
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this is fantastic news, I would probably go for the new Deodato version anyway as it saves me hitting fast forward on the animal scenes.

Has it been confirmed anywhere if this will be a dvd only release or is it also coming to blu-ray?

Oh and if anyone's listening, can we have Ferox next please?
Cannibal Ferox is a different story when it comes to the animal killings - they are protracted and the animals are obviously in a great deal of suffering (the creature being crushed by the python for example)
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I've never liked Ferox. It seemed like Lenzi absolutely wasted his talents from that film on.
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Wow! That's amazing news, who would have predicted that outcome?
Not me for one.
Totally gobsmacked!

Let's hope it all goes as planned.

I take my hat off to Shameless and the BBFC......
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Old 11th April 2011, 06:22 PM
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Cannibal Ferox is a different story when it comes to the animal killings - they are protracted and the animals are obviously in a great deal of suffering (the creature being crushed by the python for example)

my point was can we an animal friendly but otherwise uncut Ferox?

aside from the animal killings would the rest of it pass uncut now?
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my point was can we an animal friendly but otherwise uncut Ferox?

aside from the animal killings would the rest of it pass uncut now?
The removal of the animal killings would be the best thing to happen to that movie...perhaps it would pass? Not too sure about the breast impalement though!
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