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Nosferatu@Cult Labs 28th March 2018 10:05 PM


Originally Posted by MuckyFunster (Post 570451)
2mins 1sec for “six scenes of animal cruelty”

I can dig it.


Originally Posted by Nordicdusk (Post 570453)
I hate cut films as much as the next man but I can deal without watching animal cruelty if that's all the cuts are.

I have it uncut on DVD so the prospect of having a version without the animal violence is actually more appealing than one with unnecessary footage than one which is completely intact.

MrBarlow 28th March 2018 10:06 PM

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gag 28th March 2018 11:33 PM


Originally Posted by Stephen@Cult Labs (Post 570458)
Because the BBFC use The Cinematograph Films (Animals) Act 1937 to determine what constitutes animal cruelty on film. On reading it, and as per the BBFC’S site, they say that the act covers films shown in cinemas....but they apply it to dvd and blu-ray releases as well (which is bullshit tbh, as they all but admit that technically, they don’t have to remove such things from home video releases!).

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Just the same as when films are shown uncut or extra scenes on TV than what's on DVD blu ray , TV have their own censorship, hence when new version of Evil dead was shown with the extra scenes .

Susan Foreman 29th March 2018 03:50 AM


Originally Posted by Nordicdusk (Post 570449)
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Just popped up on facebook.



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Format: Blu-ray and DVD

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Ursula Andress (The 10th Victim, The Nurse) travels to the New Guinea jungle in search of her scientist husband who’s vanished in the untamed Green Inferno. Soon the giant spiders, killer crocs and deadly snakes bare their teeth as her exploration party, lead by cult-fave Stacy Keach, journeys towards the sacred mountain of Ra Ra Me. There, the Cannibal God waits to enslave her in an orgiastic climax of frenzied flesh-eating… and bestial barbarity!

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• Theatrical Trailer
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Rik 29th March 2018 07:31 AM

I’ll probably wait until it’s cheap because, like Dem I own an uncut DVD and the film isn’t all that good, certainly not worth the £12.99 price that I imagine Shameless will charge for it :nod:

Demdike@Cult Labs 29th March 2018 09:31 AM

I wonder how much unseen footage is added to make it the longest version ever? Should be at least three minutes or it won't be any longer than the uncut version.

Also if the quality is going to drop significantly in these added scenes then personally i wouldn't bother. The quality drops in Top Sensation were jarring.

keirarts 29th March 2018 11:55 AM

I really don't know why UK labels bother with cannibal films. It's a safe bet they'll get cut as animal cruelty was a staple of the genre and while some fans are ok missing the animal cruelty a lot will argue cut is cut and buy the American release. Personally I'll stick to DVD as I'm not jumping through all the hoops involved in trying to buy a code red title especially given the cost and the fact I don't really like the film.
Naturally as well a few angry c**** with no social lives are haunting the social media threads slagging off shameless and anyone whose suggested they might be buying a copy.
Ultimately there's lots of titles unreleased in the UK that would pass uncut.

Boo Radley 29th March 2018 05:45 PM

What annoys me about cutting the animal violence out of films is the consistency of their reasoning. (The British Board of Film Censors.) Or should that be their inconsistency?
Want to show a water buffalo decapitated with a f*ck off machete in one blow at the end of your Vietnam movie? No problems here.
Blow bloody great holes in kangaroos whose scenes have little to no relevance to the story? Aww, no worries, mate.
Torture and kill lizards pretending to be centre of the Earth dinosaurs? Oh, little Jimmy will love that shit, pass the super glue and plastic spikes.
Pull a turtle out of the water (Leaving her babies to starve, presumably...;)) flip it on its back, cut its head off, mug to the camera with it flopping its jaw, slice off a flipper next...coz...well, why not? Then hack open the underside of its shell before cooking and eating it. Well...turtle is quite tasty you know.
Show a mongoose and a snake fight like you can see on the Animal channels documentary? OH MY GOD!! NOOOOO! You sick bastard, what kind of pervert are you, advocating to see such horrendous shit!? You nasty paedophile motherlover, bet you masturbate at these scenes. People like you should be locked up, raped by Bubba and buried under the prison! :wise:

Nosferatu@Cult Labs 29th March 2018 07:00 PM

Do we need this debate again? The water buffalo killed in Apocalypse Now, kangaroos killed in Wake in Fright were not "for the purposes of making the film", but something which was taking place in the location and captured on film to be incorporated into the movie. It's different from staging unnecessary slaughter or horse falls, for example.

I'm not a big fan of the "quick kill" distinction which means a chicken can be killed in Hidden, the turtle in Cannibal Holocaust, or the snails (if the Animals Act extended to invertebrates) in Mean Creek. It seems to be a way of allowing certain animal slaughter to the films when disallowing others.

It's been quite a while since I saw Mountain of the Cannibal God, but all the animal deaths seem to involve a great deal of suffering, completely gratuitous, and incidental to the plot.

Mat82 29th March 2018 07:44 PM

I have a dvd rip of this from a uk satellite channel, and all the animal cruelty is intact. The vagaries of censorship, eh?🤨

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