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Curse of Chucky With Unrated Edition in the US

Blu-ray Has Rated and Unrated Version on Board

The widely popular murderdoll Chucky was on a rampage from 1988 to 2004, starring in 5 films over the years. Now, 9 years after the latest franchise entry Seed of Chucky, Universal Pictures produced another movie.

This one is entitled Curse of Chucky and will be released directly on DVD/BD in the US on October 8th, 2013. The releases will have both the "R"-rated version (for bloody horror violence and for language) and a longer Unrated Cut on board. There is currently no info as to what the differences between the versions might be but we'll surely make a comparison once this is out.

You can order it at Amazon.com or Amazon.co.uk.

 

 

 

Release: Jul 10, 2013 - Author: Blade41 - Translator: Mike Lowrey

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