This is a comparison between the US Version and the Director's Cut. Both are included in the Mediabook released by 84 Entertainment.
The US version misses out on 13 scenes with an overall runtime of 16 seconds.
This solid puppet horror movie from Charles Band's Full Moon company is close to the well-known Puppet Master series - yet lacks its quality (at least regarding the first three Puppet Master movies). Recently, 84 Entertainment released a Mediabook with several different cover artworks. They include the movie on DVD and - for the first time - also on Blu-ray. What is even more remarkable is that the Mediabook includes two different versions. On the one hand, there is the US Version, on the other hand there is the Director's Cut. The latter, however, is not new and had already been included on German DVDs and VHS-tapes, while the US-version misses out on a few gory scenes here and there - probably to get a lower rating. It is a version that you can simply ignore.
Badguy "Hesse" is shown longer with the tentacle around his neck. The killer-clown is hanging on his face.
The killer-clown bites Hesse's cheek again. The shot around the third bite was taken out.
This time, an entire shot was taken out; the clown bites Hesse's cheek.
The end of the scene was cut: Hesse screams when looking at his wounded hand; a finger had been bitten off.
Hesse's bitten-off finger is shown longer lying on the floor. The killer-teddy had spit it out.
The killer-teddy bites Chanetski again.
Chanetski gets bitten in the cheek.
After Mark called for Chanetski, we don't see the killer-teddy having another bite of Chanetski's cheek.
The killer baby stabs Chanetski again.
The baby stabs Ann two more times with the iron stick.
The baby pulls the iron stick out of Ann's eye and then stabs it in again.
When Mark cuts off Lincoln's head, the US version misses out on the beginning of the sequence.
The ending of the sequence - the body falls to the ground and rolls around - is missing, too.