Friday, July 13, 2007

Kill Bill: The Whole Bloody Affair

The unrated full version of Quentin Tarantino's violent masterstroke Kill Bill has been screened only a handful of times to incredible reception and is presented uncut and in full color throughout. The two chapters were edited together to make the 3+ hour saga more of a singular experience. Due to certain "problems" with Miramax's parent company, this complete cut of the Kill Bill story was shelved for years and the planned theatrical run was killed. recently added a listing for the long-awaited, re-edited, single-film version. The site lists the DVD release date for Kill Bill: The Whole Bloody Affair as November 6, 2007, leading me to wonder if The Bride might not be back to her bloody ways by Christmas.

Little is known about the exact details of the Whole Bloody Affair, but apparently it's going to include some interesting new reworkings that Tarantino wasn't permitted to do before. The set specifies 4 discs so I'd assume two bonus discs with loads of extras, and some additional and/or alternate material.

Note that this refers to a Region 1 [US] release.


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