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Hell Baby gets an Unrated Version on DVD/BD

Horror Comedy Comes Longer to the US in December

The horror comedy Hell Baby is out in the US as Video-on-Demand for a while now. Millennium Entertainment has now announced the releases for home video. On December 31st, 2013, the DVD and Blu-ray will hit the shelves in retail.

While the MPAA classified a rated "R" version (for bloody violence, graphic nudity, sexual content, language and some drug use), this will probably be left to the video stores that don't carry anything that is not approved by the MPAA's board. For the rest, the DVD and Blu-ray will contain an Unrated Cut. If we can get our hands on the rated version of the film, we'll show you what's different.

You can order Hell Baby at Amazon.com.

Release: Oct 11, 2013 - Author: Blade41 - Translator: Mike Lowrey

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