Con Air: Theatrical vs. Extended Cut

Con Air has always been one of my favourite films so imagine how pleased I was when I bought the Extended Edition a few years ago. The extended cut is apparently 379 seconds longer than the theatrical cut; a lot of it is sweari...
by Eoin Friel



Days of Future Past Theatrical vs. Rogue Cut

I picked up the extended Rogue Cut of X-Men Days: Days of Future Past the other day so I thought I’d put a piece together to see if it was worth purchasing. The short answer is yes, it is very much worth picking up. Although ...
by Eoin Friel


The Expendables 3: Theatrical vs. Unrated Cut

So I finally managed to get the Unrated Cut of The Expendables 3 and watched it last night. Several of you have asked me what’s so different about this uncut version so I thought I would do a little comparison blog. The first...
by Eoin Friel



Cyborg: Theatrical vs. Director’s Cut

Jean-Claude Van Damme’s Cyborg is a bit of a mixed bag; it isn’t one of my favourite movies of his but it certainly has its moments, most noticeably its tone. It paints a pretty bleak future for mankind and it created a rea...
by Eoin Friel


Compare Versions: A Good Day to Die Hard Theatrical vs. Extended Cut

This is not going to be all that long of an article because simply there isn’t very much that is different except that for some bizarre reason they removed Mary-Elizabeth Winstead from the movie completely in the Extended...
by Eoin Friel



Superman 2: Donner VS Lester

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The Verdict: 5 / 5 - A Classic!
by J-Man


Compare Versions: Rambo (2008) vs. John Rambo Extended Cut (2008)

I actually really enjoy both versions of Stallone’s triumphant return to his best character; Rambo is still an angry killing machine, who is struggling to find his place in the world. The Extended edition entitled John Ra...
by Eoin Friel



The Expendables: Theatrical vs. Director’s Cut

Normally when you see “Unrated” it usually just means a bit of CG blood and some swearing added to a movie but in the case of The Expendables, the Extended Director’s Cut is a very different film. The story is the same, b...
by Eoin Friel


Seal Team Six: The Raid on Osama Bin Laden (2012) TV Version Vs. DC Cut

The film Seal Team Six: The Raid on Osama Bin Laden was shown in US television on November 4th, 2012 (two days before the presidential election) on National Geographic. It was the channel’s first film in feature length. I...
by Weasel



Total Recall (2012) Theatrical Cut VS. Extended Director’s Cut

The original Total Recall is built upon two major story lines. On the one hand, there’s the misery, which Douglas Quaid brings upon himself by going to Rekall which was planned by his former self Carl Hauser and his emplo...
by Weasel