Gainsbourg is a 2010 biographical drama by Joann Sfar
- Gainsbourg (A Heroic Life)
- Gainsbourg (Je T'aime... Moi Non Plus)
With Eric Elmosnino and Lucy Gordon.
Director Joann Sfar elected to shorten the Original Version for the
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From IMDb . A new cut of the film, runs 14 minutes shorter then previous version and is Joann Sfar's preferred one. Changes include -
- Deletion of the scene where young Serge persuades in vain for his mother to buy him a gun to play with, even attempting to bribe her by saying he'll work harder on the piano.
- Deletion of the
scene where Serge and Boris Vian walk to his apartment and the two lie in the road in an effort to stop a cab. While they wait Serge reveals he has an double that follows him around to which Vian replies his is a werewolf. However two policemen soon end
the conversation short. (This proceeds Serge arriving at Boris's apartment and explains a later scene where drunken Serge lies in the road before having the police escort to his concert
- Longer scene of the Baby
Pop groupies, as Gainsbourg wakes up in bed with two naked women as his Mug joyously tosses bank statements at him revealing how rich he is from Poupe'e de cire, poupe'e de son alone!
- The groupies and
party to Qui Est In Qui Est Out is cut short, removing Serge narrating about the mouth being the primary sexual organ . His narration reveals the girls in the room he has slept with and how he was with them. It reveals Gainsbourg's
occasional cruel streak.
- After Gainsbourg recites La Marseillaise at the press conference, we then see young Serge repeating it and triumphantly rising his fist to the audience.
- Deletion of an short exchange in the nightclub when a reveller comments to Gainsbourg about him being parodied on a French TV show. The new version removes these lines either because the show is unknown outside of France or because it doesn't tie in as being the night Gainsbourg met his wife, Bambou as that TV show wouldn't air until years later.
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- Mindwarp: An Infinity of Terror
- Planet of Horrors
Galaxy of Terror is a 1981 USA action Sci-Fi horror by Bruce D Clark (as BD Clark).
Starring Edward Albert, Erin Moran and Ray Walston.
Cut by the BBFC for 18 rated VHS in 1986. The BBFC cuts were waived
in 2002 but the 18 rating stands. Uncut and MPAA R rated in the US.
|UK: Passed 18 uncut with previous BBFC
US: Uncut and MPAA R rated for:
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|pal: ||78:04s ||UK: Passed 18 after 14s of BBFC cuts:
- 3 cuts to a scene showing the rape of Dameia by a giant maggot
The Gallows is a 2012 USA horror thriller by Chris Lofing.
Starring Price T Morgan and Mackie Burt.
Exists as a Theatrical Version and an Original Version
Twenty years after an accident caused the death of the lead actor during a high school play, students
at the same small town school resurrect the failed stage production in a misguided attempt to honor the anniversary of the tragedy - but ultimately find out that some things are better left alone.
Kenny Rogers as The Gambler is a 1980 USA TV western by Dick Lowry.
With Kenny Rogers, Christine Belford and Bruce Boxleitner.
BBFC category cuts for 1986 VHS. Uncut for DVD.
Brady Hawkes, The Gambler, receives a letter from his son indicating he needs help. This sends Brady to the rescue. Along the way Brady
meets up with Billy Montana, a young man who thinks he knows everything about playing cards.
|UK: Passed PG uncut for mild violence for:
- 2013 Delta Music video
- 1990 castle VHS
||91:34s ||UK: Passed PG after 1s of BBFC category cuts for:
A Game for Six Lovers is a 1960
France comedy romance by Jacques Doniol-Valcroze.
See L'eau a La Bouche
||93:48s ||2010 US action film by Giorgio Serafini. |
With Wesley Snipes, Zoe Bell and Ernie
Passed 15 without BBFC cuts for:
See pictorial version details from movie-censorship.com . There is a German version of the
film that is longer by 9:31s. This adds uncontentious plot details, but this ends up detracting from the film
Game of Death is a 1978 Hong Kong film by Robert Clouse.
- Bruce Lee's Game of Death
- Si wang you ju
With Bruce Lee, Gig Young and Colleen Camp.
Cut by the BBFC for cinema release. Fight scenes were substituted for
banned nunchuks for VHS. Uncut for DVD. The film is uncut in the US but there also exists a shortened Hong Kong Version.
Summary Review: A Fitting Tribute
A martial arts movie star must fake his
death to find the people who are trying to kill him.
Game of Death, a Frankenstein concoction of bits and peices of Bruce Lee's final performance in a movie originally shot in 1972-73 and a later film shot in 1978 after
Lee's death is really two movies in one.
The first, a crime/revenge caper helmed by Robert Clouse is not as bad as you may have heard. The scenes are intercut badly and Lee's many doubles do look bad, but as a movie on it's own
merit it isn't that bad.
A Game of Love is a 1960 France comedy romance by
See L'eau a La Bouche
- Slaughter in the South Bronx Tenement: Game of Survival
|94:07s ||1985 US crime film by Roberta Findlay |
With Joe Lynn, Mina Bern and Walter Bryant.
UK: Passed 18 uncut for:
- 2005 Blackhorse R0 DVD at UK Amazon titled
Tenement: Game of Survival
US: Uncut and MPAA X Rated for:
Summary Review: Too Violent to be Rated!
A drug selling and violent street-gang terrorize the renters of a big trashy apartment-house.
Tenement's TOO VIOLENT TO BE RATED! tagline
lives up to its name as well: people are dropped off windows, electrocuted, impaled, castrated, raped with broomstick handles, sliced on the jugular, etc. It's definitely one of the most violent 70s/80s grindhouse/exploitation flicks I've seen, but it
was definitely entertaining if also brutal. Recommended.
||92:29s ||UK: Banned by the BBFC for:
- 1987 Lazer VHS titled Game of Survival
Game of Thrones Season 1 is a 2011 USA/UK TV fantasy drama by .
With Peter Dinklage, Lena Headey, Maisie Williams.
Season 1 was cut to remove a George Bush skewered head after a political embarrassment
||UK: A pre-cut version was passed 18 without BBFC cuts for:
In June 2012 American politicians called for a boycott of Game of Thrones after the creator's despicable decision to include former President George W. Bush's severed head in several scenes. In the tenth episode of the first season, Bush's decapitated
head is seen impaled on a wooden spike, covered in filthy long hair.
HBO and the show's creators, David Benioff and D.B. Weiss, have apologized for the incident. Benioff and Weiss, who noted the appearance in the series' DVD commentary, insist it
wasn't a political statement - just a prop.
HBO said in a statement that the scene was:
unacceptable, disrespectful and in very bad taste. We made this clear to the executive producers of the series who apologized immediately for this inadvertent
careless mistake. We are sorry this happened and will have it removed from any future DVD production.
| ||UK: Passed 18 uncut for:
Games Girls Play is a 1974 UK sex
comedy by Jack Arnold.
See The Bunny Caper
Games Maids Play is a 1975 France adult film by Jean-Claude Laureux
Games That Lovers Play is a 1971 UK comedy by Malcolm
With Joanna Lumley, Penny Brahms and Richard Wattis.
Cut by the BBFC for 1971 cinema release.
In the 1920s, two rival brothel madames have a bet on who has the sexiest
Not released on home video until 2014 but a nude scene featuring Joanna Lumley was featured in mens' magazines and in the Electric Blue series of softcore adult video
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|| ||UK: Passed X after compulsory BBFC cuts for:
The Gandhi Murder is a 2018 UK historical drama by Karim Traïdia and Pankaj Sehgal (co-director).
- Solar Eclipse: Depth of Darkness
- Solar Eclipse
Starring Stephen Lang, Luke Pasqualino and Joseph K Bevilacqua.
BBFC category cuts were required for a 12A rated cinema release in 2019.
Solar Eclipse is a conspiracy theory period movie based on true events, that
led to the eventual assassination of Mahatma Gandhi. The movie demonstrates a violent India, at the backdrop of a non-violent Gandhi, and hard-line fanatic mindsets beginning to grow roots in an India divided on the basis of religion. The feature is a
story of three police officers in different parts of India, who, well aware of the intelligence that Gandhi's life in under threat, must take key decisions that would eventually either save the Mahatma, or the country.
BBFC category cuts
|UK: Passed 12A for moderate violence, bloody images, scene of
torture after 1:19s of BBFC category cuts:
The BBFC commented:
- Company chose to remove bloody detail, during and in the aftermath of violence, in order to obtain a 12A classification. An uncut 15 classification was available.
|3:37s ||76:06s ||2001 US film by Adam Ripp |
Cut by the
BBFC in 2004 with the following explanation: Cut required to remove a scene of clear and instructive detail on the preparation of illegal drugs.
The uncut region 1 DVD is available via UK
If you're familiar with the works of the danish directors who've
signed the DOGMA charter, GANG TAPES may please you with its improbable camera movements and its documentary style. If not, stay away from this movie.
I must admit that the scenes of violence of GANG TAPES are, in my opinion, far more impressive than
those shown in the Hollywood thrillers. You never know what will happen next on the screen and you really feel in your guts the paranoia which is the life's companion of these people. And the impacts of the bullets in the body of the victims will hit you
as if you were present in the hot streets of the city of the angels.
||2000 UK/Germany/Ireland crime film by Paul McGuigan. |
With Malcolm McDowell, David Thewlis and Paul Bettany.
Passed 18 uncut for:
- 2009 4DVD Blu-ray at UK Amazon
- 2008 4DVD R2 DVD
at UK Amazon
- 2002 Cinema Club R2 DVD
- 2002 Cinema Club VHS
VCI R2 DVD
- 2001 VCI VHS
- 2000 Film Four video
- 2000 cinema release
There is also an International Version that cuts 2:20s from the torture of Lenny Mays
Gangster Squad is a 2013 USA crime action drama thriller by Ruben Fleischer.
Sean Penn, Ryan Gosling, Emma Stone.
A scene with a movie theatre shooting was reshot over PC sensitivity with a real US shooting at Aurora in Colorado
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|pal: ||108:13s ||UK: Passed 15 uncut for strong bloody
violence and very strong language for:
US: Uncut and MPAA R Rated for:
Gangster Squad was delayed from its original 2012 opening date after the mass shooting at a Colorado movie theater. A shootout scene set in a movie theater was cut and re-shot in a different Chinatown location for the film's eventual 2013 release.
Ganja & Hess is a 1973 USA horror drama by Bill Gunn.
Starring Duane Jones, Marlene Clark and Bill Gunn.
Uncut by the BBFC for the complete version released on 2015 Blu-ray.
Originally shortened in the US for cinema but partially restored for 1998 video and fully restored for 2006 home video
Bill Gunn's original cut was 113 minutes, but the producers wanted a shorter film,
and released a 78 minute version titled Blood Couple.
This film was mostly restored in 1998 and released by Image. This version was just missing a two minute sequence of George Meda stabbing Dr Hess Green.
The complete film was restored in 2006,
and it is this complete version that is featured on this Eureka release.
Flirting with the conventions of blaxploitation and the horror cinema, Bill Gunn s revolutionary
independent film Ganja & Hess is a highly stylized and utterly original treatise on sex, religion, and African American identity. Later recut and released in an inferior version, this edition represents the original release, restored by The Museum of
Modern Art with support from The Film Foundation, and mastered in HD from a 35mm negative.
Duane Jones ( Night of the Living Dead ) stars as anthropologist Hess Green, who is stabbed with an ancient ceremonial dagger by his unstable
assistant (director Bill Gunn ), endowing him with the blessing of immortality, and the curse of an unquenchable thirst for blood. When the assistant s beautiful and outspoken wife Ganja ( Marlene Clark ) comes searching for her vanished
husband, she and Hess form an unexpected partnership. Together, they explore just how much power there is in the blood.
||112:44s ||UK: The Complete Version was passed 18 uncut for:
- 2015 Eureka Entertainment Ltd RB Blu-ray/R2 DVD Combo at UK Amazon released on 26th January 2015
Partially Restored Version
||~111:00s ||US: This film was mostly restored in 1998
and released by Image. This version was just missing a two minute sequence of George Meda stabbing Dr Hess Green. |
|~78:00s ||US: Bill
Gunn's original cut was 113 minutes, but the producers wanted a shorter film, and released a 78 minute version titled Blood Couple. |
Garden Of Torment is a 1976 France drama by Christian Gion
- Garden Of Torture
- The Garden of Torment
- Le jardin des supplices
Starring Roger Van Hool, Jacqueline Kerry and Tony Taffin
Banned by the BBFC for 1976 cinema release under the title Garden of
Torture but passed X uncut the next year with the title Garden of Torment.
In the 1930's a young doctor is forced to flee from Paris because he is involved in a drug
scandal. On his passage to China he meets a beautiful, eccentric woman. After their arrival in China, she introduces him into a circle of decadent Europeans which created a torture garden for their amusement. While the bored imperial upper class is
torturing the locals the revolution is rising.
|UK: Passed X (18) uncut:
UK: Banned by the BBFC:
- 1976 cinema release titled Garden of Torture
Garfield 2 is a 2006 UK / USA family animation comedy by Tim Hill.
- Garfield: A Tail of Two Kitties
Starring Breckin Meyer, Jennifer Love Hewitt and Billy Connolly.
Exists as a theatrical version and a longer extended version on home video.
Both were passed U uncut by the BBFC. In the US the theatrical version is PG rated and presumably the extended version is MPAA unrated
Garfield is back and this time Garfield and his
canine sidekick Odie follows their owner, Jon Arbuckle, to England, the U.K. may never recover, as Garfield is mistaken for a look-alike, regal cat who has inherited a castle. Garfield savors the royal treatment afforded by his loyal four-legged
subjects, but his reign is in jeopardy! The evil nefarious stubborn Lord Dargis is determined to do away with Garfield, so he can turn the castle into a resort. Garfield's bigger, better, more perfect world is soon turned upside down in this tale of two
Garbaldi is a 1961 Italy / France historical drama by Roberto
See Viva L'italia
The Gatekeeper's Daughter is a 1975 France comedy by Jérôme Savary.
- La fille du garde-barrière
- The Daughter of the Railroad Crossing Guard
With Mona Heftre, Michel Dussarat, Annick Berger.
Banned by the BBFC for 1975 cinema release.
Gary. Based on article from ovguide.com :
This very curious completely silent comedy includes some dramatic sequences and some fairly pornographic ones. The movie is made with titles, very much in the manner of early silent films.
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Gates of Hell
Gates of Hell is a 1980 Italy horror by Lucio Fulci
See City of
the Living Dead
Gator Bait is a 1974 USA action thriller by Beverly Sebastian and Ferd Sebastian.
- Swamp Bait
- 'Gator Bait
- Alligaattori ansa
Starring Claudia Jennings, Sam Gilman and Douglas Dirkson.
BBFC category cuts were required for an AA rated cinema release in 1977.
Compulsory cuts were required for an 18 rated VHS release in 1986. Uncut and MPAA R rated in the US.
Desiree lives deep in the swamp and supports herself and her siblings by poaching.
Ben and deputy Billy hope to get a little sexual comfort from the "Cajun swamp rat" when they catch Desiree trapping 'gators, and give chase. Desiree outsmarts them but Billy accidentally shoots Ben and tells his sheriff dad that Desiree did it. Ben's
dad and sons join them in the search party and quickly get out of control. Soon the hunters become the hunted as Desiree exacts her revenge for their violence against her family.
Note that Claudia Jennings keeps her clothes on
throughout the film.