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Safe Haven is the episode with the most violence and the reason why there are two versions of V/H/S 2 in the United States. The DVD and Blu-ray contain both the unrated and uncensored theatrical cut (from when the film hat a limited release in cinemas) and an MPAA-approved R-rated version (for graphic and bloody violence, grisly images, sexual material, nudity and language). The latter doesn't show any cuts but used the technical nature of the film in order to apply rather subtle censorship measures. Some of the goriest moments were blurred by using digital effects that suggest that the recording camera was just having technical problems right at that moment. A detailed comparison between both versions with pictures can be found here.

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