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  • Originally posted by Rusted View Post
    EVIL DEAD RATED NC-17. CUT FOR R RATING

    Not really a big deal. An NC-17 would kill it at the box office. It just means that we'll get a juicy unrated version on blu and DVD.
    Basically what i just posted. I don't think it'll matter much, i mean how much could they have possibly cut from the movie?

    It'll still be an enjoyable movie going experience, with an even better Blu-Ray/DVD release.

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    • Exactly what I expected, they were looking for the hardest R they could get. Still super into this movie coming out!

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      • Originally posted by craftychicka View Post
        Exactly what I expected, they were looking for the hardest R they could get. Still super into this movie coming out!
        Right! The way i see it, this movie is going to be as extreme as you're possibly going to see in a theater in this day and age. They went for balls to the wall, and that's what they got. Only thing is that the blu-ray and dvd will be even more brutal and extreme.

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        • Originally posted by Rusted View Post
          EVIL DEAD RATED NC-17. CUT FOR R RATING

          Not really a big deal. An NC-17 would kill it at the box office. It just means that we'll get a juicy unrated version on blu and DVD.
          Good news!!

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          • Originally posted by Rusted View Post
            EVIL DEAD RATED NC-17. CUT FOR R RATING

            Not really a big deal. An NC-17 would kill it at the box office. It just means that we'll get a juicy unrated version on blu and DVD.
            I swear, I will never understand the logic of the NC17 rating being such a big deal. Isn't that what Rated R is supposed to mean? If you're bringing your kids to this shit, you are a horrible, horrible parent. Almost execution worthy.


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            • Originally posted by Heretic View Post
              I swear, I will never understand the logic of the NC17 rating being such a big deal. Isn't that what Rated R is supposed to mean? If you're bringing your kids to this shit, you are a horrible, horrible parent. Almost execution worthy.
              I think that is a little harsh. I literally just got done watching New Nightmare with my 5 year old nephew and then we started on the original Evil Dead. I know I was watching this stuff growing up so I don't see why he shouldn't. He is one of the smartest kids I know and has a pretty damn good grasp of what is real and fake.

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              • Originally posted by Shoggoth View Post
                I think that is a little harsh. I literally just got done watching New Nightmare with my 5 year old nephew and then we started on the original Evil Dead. I know I was watching this stuff growing up so I don't see why he shouldn't. He is one of the smartest kids I know and has a pretty damn good grasp of what is real and fake.
                Haha, you're an awesome uncle Shoggy!

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                • Originally posted by Heretic View Post
                  I swear, I will never understand the logic of the NC17 rating being such a big deal. Isn't that what Rated R is supposed to mean? If you're bringing your kids to this shit, you are a horrible, horrible parent. Almost execution worthy.
                  Exactly.

                  I don't understand the NC-17 rating.

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                  • Originally posted by Shoggoth View Post
                    I think that is a little harsh. I literally just got done watching New Nightmare with my 5 year old nephew and then we started on the original Evil Dead. I know I was watching this stuff growing up so I don't see why he shouldn't. He is one of the smartest kids I know and has a pretty damn good grasp of what is real and fake.
                    Ah', you're the cool, irresponsible Uncle who the parents complain about in private right? No offence, so am I.

                    I fuck up with videogames though. Without even thinking, I played Gears Of War 2 with my 7 year old nephew when he came over for a visit. Oh', did I ever get shit from my sister for that one. I may as well had given the kid a bowl full of coke, he was so amped afterwords. He didn't sleep for like 36 hours, and was pretending to cut his little sister in half for weeks. At that point, I kinda got the message. I used to think "what's the harm?", but I also didn't have to deal with the aftermath.

                    It varies from kid to kid obviously, as far as what they can handle, but I still think it's pretty damn irresponsible to bring a child into an R-rated, extreme horror flick like this. NC-17 should not be a death sentance for a movie, just because the industry wants your kid's admission fee. It's ridiculous.


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                    • Originally posted by DeathbyIggy View Post
                      http://collider.com/evil-dead-remake-nc-17-rating/

                      ITS OFFICIAL, EVIL DEAD GETS AN NC 17 RATING, AFTER FEW CUTS, GETS A STRONG R RATING.
                      On first submission. I doubt they will release it as NC-17.
                      Like you said, the Blu-ray/DVD will have the "final" cut.

                      Originally posted by Rusted View Post
                      Exactly.

                      I don't understand the NC-17 rating.
                      NC-17 is the pathetic excuse of the MPAA to unleash a movie onto the masses, which aren't in their eyes legally sane enough to deal with gruesome or controversial imagery within R rated territory. Too bad that the side effects are more crucial than the possible moral ones: commercial death at the box office.
                      Talking about the widely known double standard dilema of the MPAA. Sexual interactions mixed together with violence. So pathetic.
                      It really upsets me everytime, how a bunch of moral wannabe's are judging adults, for what's right or wrong for them in order to keep the morals of society intact. Paternalism springs into my mind, it's no other thing than that.
                      I have the god given right to watch a movie, like it was originally intended by the director. Just place an R or a 18 stamp on it - done.
                      Thankfully there's a medium with Blu-ray and DVD, which allow an undistorted look at the original product.

                      Rant over.
                      "I want this place to go nuts, north, south, east, west, left, right! Activate this dance floor!!"
                      Scott Vogel from Terror

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                      • LOOKS LIKE THE EVIL DEAD WILL BE RELEASED A WEEK EARLIER THAN EXPECTED!!!

                        http://www.upcominghorrormovies.com/movie/evil-dead

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                        • The MPAA is idiotic. I recommend seeing the documentary This Film Is Not Yet Rated

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                          • So what if they rated it NC17? Dont you have to be 18 to see an R rated movie? Why only 17 for something more graphic?

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                            • Originally posted by Frey View Post
                              So what if they rated it NC17? Dont you have to be 18 to see an R rated movie? Why only 17 for something more graphic?
                              Because you can still bring your kiddies to see an R-Rated flick. You can't with NC-17.

                              The whole concept is ridiculous.


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