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Kubrick, uncensored

Ews Warner Brothers is finally going to release Stanley Kubrick's Eyes Wide Shut in an unrated (i.e. uncensored) version in the U.S., after having released it in pretty much every other country in the world.

A two-disc special edition DVD of Kubrick's final film, which was not universally adored but I loved, will hit stores on Oct. 23, along with new editions of 2001: A Space Odyssey, A Clockwork Orange, Full Metal Jacket and The Shining.

The discs, which will also be available on HD-DVD and Blu-ray, will feature a slew of brand new supplements, such as an audio commentary by Malcolm McDowell on Clockwork. If you're a Kubrick fan, I don't have to tell you how exciting all this is.


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Alex de Large

Did you review Eyes Wide Shut when it was released? I'd like to find out what you thought but I can't find it anywhere.

Juan B.

You're kidding. Kubrick fans will be excited by this news regarding a terrible movie?

I think I finally understand why they like Kubrick.

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