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Denied theatrical release in Japan as the Japanese film rating board, Eirin, refused to grant the film a certificate even after extensive cuts were made. Their rejection letter stated "the film's overall tone is unacceptable." The film was released directly to home video over angry protests from schools and parental groups. See more »
ATROCITY- the second installment in the ALL NIGHT LONG trilogy is better on every level than the previous installment. It has the same basic premise of an outcast/nerd thrown into a situation beyond his control - but ATROCITY takes it to the next level. A nerdy high-schooler is bullied by a gang of small-time hoods. The gay leader of the gang takes a "special" interest in the poor dork, and shows him how much fun it can be to be the aggressor for a change. The gang keeps bullying the kid and some new-found friends until he can no longer take it, and flips the f**k out. The requisite murder and mayhem ensue... ATROCITY is gorier, grittier and more "shocking" than Part 1 of the trilogy. It can still be a little slow moving at times, but not nearly as much as Part 1. Once it gets going, the red stuff really flies and by the end it's pretty much an all-out bloodbath. If you bought the set and were disappointed with Part 1 - don't give up yet, ATROCITY and THE FINAL CHAPTER (part 3) are better and definitely worth a look. ATROCITY is probably the bloodiest of the 3, but THE FINAL CHAPTER is the most whacked-out, and definitely keeps up in the gore race. Recommended 8/10
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