The one rating that has me curious below is the one for DMC Devil May Cry. The MPAA lists Screen Gems as the distributor, but there isn’t any information they ever went forward with a film based on the Capcom video game outside of hiring Machete Kills scripter Kyle Ward back in February 2011. So is this a CG animated feature? I don’t know.
Also, there’s a rating for The Factory, a 2011 feature that starred John Cusack as an obsessed cop on the trail of a serial killer. The film is owned by Warner Bros. who must be preparing to offload it to video. I’ve added the international trailer to the right as it is set to hit DVD and Bluray in Australia this December, but no word on a domestic release.
Finally, you’ll see a lot of “re-rates” below as MGM is preparing some home video releases of old titles and Paramount is apparently planning a re-issue of the Gary Cooper classic High Noon.
Other than that, what follows are the latest MPAA ratings from Bulletin #2236.
The Crimson Cult
Rated R For brief sexuality/nudity.
NOTE: RE-RATE. PREVIOUS “M” RATING,UNDER THE TITLE OF “THE CRIMSON ALTAR”, BULLETIN NO. 53 (11/10/69) VOIDED.
Death Rides A Horse
Rated R For some western violence.
NOTE: RE-RATE. PREVIOUS “M” RATING, BULLETIN NO. 33 (6/23/69), VOIDED.
DMC Devil May Cry
Rated PG-13 For some violence and sexuality.
The Dog Who Saved The Holidays
Rated PG For mild rude humor and some language.
Rated R For strong violence including disturbing images, language throughout and some sexual material.
Fat Kid Rules The World
Rated R For sexual and drug content, and brief violent images.
Rated PG-13 For thematic elements involving sports violence and injuries.
Rated PG For some western violence, and smoking.
Rated PG For some rude humor, action and scary images.
Release Date: September 28, 2012
Rated R For sequences of strong violence throughout.
Release Date: September 14, 2012
Scream And Scream Again
Rated R For some violence and brief nudity.
NOTE: RE-RATE. PREVIOUS “M” RATING, BULLETIN NO. 61 (1/5/70/), VOIDED.
Rated R For violence and disturbing images, some language and brief nudity.
Release Date: October 26, 2012
The Survival Games
Rated R For violence and language.
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