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Wreckage: R-Rated and Unrated version identical

Two editions, same content

In the US, it's common practice to release more than one versions of a film. Mostly, that means that there's an MPAA-approved cut that misses some material and the obligatory unrated version with all the goods. Therefore, it wasn't too surprising when Image Entertainment announced an R-Rated and an Unrated release of its film Wreckage.

However, a comparison between both versions now shows that they are absolutely identical. The only difference between the releases is their artwork (the unrated one is bloodier, see below). Such cases occur from time to time, the latest ones being Bloodrayne 3, House of Fallen or Blood Night - The Legend of Mary Hatchet. It's unknown whether this was a mistake or actually wanted by the label.

 

 

 

 

Release: Jun 19, 2012 - Author: Mike Lowrey - Translator: Mike Lowrey

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