Carrie: Uncutting The Cuts

Carrie

Did you happen to see the 2013 re-boot of Carrie starring Chloë Grace Moretz as the telekinetic troubled teen who uses her mind powers to burn down her high school, thereby frying to a golden crisp everybody in it? I’m here to ruin your day – you didn’t see all of it. Ha! There was 40+ minutes cut, most of which played out Carrie’s destruction in more graphic detail.

Carrie

According to Petitionbuzz.com, fans of the movie have rallied and are demanding the Blu-ray and DVD have the entire movie reinstated, with all the deleted and cut scenes put back where they belong. If you agree – and you should – click HERE to sign the petition to make it happen. They need 20,000 signatures; as of today they have over 11,000. Sign the petition nine thousand times and let’s get this party started.

Here is the fans’ opening salvo…

TO: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Sony Pictures, Screen Gems, 20th Century Fox, and Misher Films:

This petition is for those avid Carrie fans who hope to see an Extended Director’s Cut of Carrie released on DVD and Blu-ray. It has come to the attention of fans that there were many scenes filmed, but later dropped from the theatrical cut – many of which were also, unfortunately, not included in the Deleted/Alternate scenes on the Blu-ray release.

Carrie

Back in December 2012, there were a number of people who attended the first test screenings of the film and confirmed that the original cut was longer and a lot different from what we saw in theaters. Based on fan speculation, feedback from Test-Audiences, and certain confirmed details concerning the film – the deleted and/or extended scenes include…

Click the link to see details of all the deletions and whip out your i-pen and sign that thing.

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