Aftershock Obviously Only R-Rated on US DVD/BD
The Chilean-American co-production Aftershock started in US cinemas in May 2013. Since the original version of the film has some brutal elements, the MPAA ruled that it was to be classified with the NC-17 rating. Not very good if you want to make money in cinemas. Therefore, the distributor decided to apply cuts in order to achieve the "R" rating.
And it seems that only this censored theatrical version will be included on the upcoming US DVD and Blu-ray by Anchor Bay. On August 6th, 2013, the stores will carry it. An unrated version is currently not announced but since Aftershock is no pure US production, chances are that the uncut version might surface in other countries outside of the US. A little patience may be advised. If you don't believe that it comes to that or are just fine with the theatricla version, then you can order it at Amazon.com or Amazon.co.uk.
Apr 18, 2017 London Fields – Amber Heard Sues Over Porn Scenes
Apr 18, 2017 Dunkirk – Christopher Nolan Comments on PG-13
Apr 16, 2017 The Fate of the Furious - Censored in UK Cinemas
Apr 16, 2017 Four Bruce Lee Films 4K Remastered in May
Apr 16, 2017 The Great Silence Restored in 4K
Apr 16, 2017 Double Exposure in the US
Apr 16, 2017 The Climber on Blu-ray
Feb 19, 2017 Phenomena - 4K Remastered Release by Arrow Video
Feb 19, 2017 Fifty Shades Darker Gets an Unrated Version
Feb 19, 2017 Office Christmas Party: Unrated Edition on Blu-ray