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Maniac Cop 3 With Unrated Blu-ray in the US

Uncensored Badge of Silence in HD for First Time

The second sequel to William Lustig's Maniac Cop with the additional title Badge of Silence exists in two versions in the US. The MPAA rated a censored cut that got the "R" rating (for strong violence, and for language and some drug content) and the uncensored version got the infamous NC-17 classification. The upcoming US Blu-ray by Blue Underground declares clearly that it contains the latter and now calls it "Unrated Version". It is the film's first HD release worldwide.

On November 19th, 2013, the Blu-ray/DVD combo set will be released in US retail.

The Wrong Arm of the Law is back! You can order it at Amazon.com.

Release: Nov 13, 2013 - Author: Imbor Ed - Translator: Mike Lowrey

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