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Body Bags Unrated Blu-ray Ahead in November

Shout! Factory Releases DVD and Blu-ray in the US

The episodic horror film Body Bags from 1993 features entries by John Carpenter, Tobe Hooper and Larry Sulkis. Initially, it was released in a censored "R"-rated version on VHS in the US and an even heavier cut version followed on DVD later on. The Unrated version was only available in a few countries such as France and the UK.

The upcoming Blu-ray by Shout! Factory will solve this problem in November. It contains the Unrated version on BD and DVD and is accompanied by bonus features such as an audio commentary, interviews and the trailer.

The Body Bags Blu-ray will hit US shelves on November 12th, 2013. You can order it at Amazon.com.

Release: Oct 29, 2013 - Author: The Undertaker - Translator: Mike Lowrey

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