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Lake Placid 4 Gets an Unrated Version in the US

Crocodile Horror Continues the Old Strategy

The Lake Placid franchise has 4 films by now. Since the 2nd film, the amount of blood and nudity has increased considerably. However, that observation is only valid if you look at the unrated versions of those films, which are always released after the TV airings in the US.

The same happens with Lake Placid 4 - The Final Chapter, which will be released in the US on February 19th, 2013. Like its predecessors, the 4th part is also a TV production that had its premiere in September 2012. Therefore, the changes of the upcoming unrated version will most likely be similar to those of the other movies.

 

 

 US: Order the uncut version at Amazon.com

 

 

 

Release: Dec 22, 2012 - Author: Blade41 - Translator: Mike Lowrey

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