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on 24 March 2017
Yet again the sanctimonious scissors of the censor swoop in to screw a film to an ignoble death. The tagline on the dvd box reads "the most violent film ever made!"; thanks to censorship that is at best a laughable statement. All the most violent scenes are snipped out of this edition, leaving it tamed and insipid.
That isn't to say it's a write off; by the standards of the genre it still has its merits - the acting, shooting and dialogue are all decent, It has a catchy musical score and it has its ham fisted social commentary aspect all present and correct. Its a huge shame - if it wasn't so mangled in the editing room I would probably have loved this film. If you can, pick up an unedited version - I understand some of the American releases are less butchered.