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Incarnate Demon Horror Gets Unrated Version

DVD and Blu-ray Feature PG-13 and Unrated Cut

The production companies Blumhouse and WWE Studios have both been busy in the last couple of years and generated quite an output of films. The demon horror Incarnate is a co-production of them both. It started in US cinemas with a PG-13 rating but could not impress, both in terms of quality and box office numbers.

For March 7th, 2017, Universal Pictures Home Entertainment has announced the home video release. The horror film, which stars Aaron Eckhart and Carice van Houten, will be available there as an Unrated Cut on DVD and Blu-ray, where it is also accompanied by the PG-13 version. The Unrated Cut will be approximately one minute longer.


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Release: Jan 25, 2017 - Author: Blade41 - Translator: Mike Lowrey

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