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This is a list of films that are banned for viewing in El Kadsre.

Ban list

Film Country Release date Reason
James Bond

film series

United Kingdom 1962-1967 Banned in East El Kadsre due to fears that it encorages viewers to join the MI6 and believed to inspire the assassination attempt of Hiroshi Kayos in 1962. It was lifted in 1968.
A Clockwork Orange United Kingdom, United States December 19, 1971 Banned due to its extreme depictions of violence and rape. After the dissolution of the Vlokozu Union, the ban was lifted.
Pink Flamingos United States March 17, 1972 Banned due to explicit sexual content. After the dissolution of the Vlokozu Union, the ban was lifted.
If Footmen Tire You, What Will Horses Do? United States 1972 Banned due to scenes showing extreme depictions of explicit violence involving children.
Vase de Noces Belguim 1974 Banned because of obscenity and graphic depictions of bestiality and other content that is offensive and abhorrent.
Salò, or the 120 Days of Sodom Italy, France November 23, 1975 Banned on its initial release. After the dissolution of the Vlokozu Union, the ban was lifted, though it can only be sold at properly licensed video stores and customers must ask for it since it will be hidden behind the store's counter.
Faces of Death United States November 10, 1978 Banned due to gory graphic content and violent acts. After the dissolution of the Vlokozu Union, the ban was lifted.
10 United States October 5, 1979 Banned due to use of nudity shown in the feature. The ban was later lifted after the introduction of the R20 rating in 1986.
Caligula Italy, United States August 14, 1979 Banned due to extreme sexual content. After the dissolution of the Vlokozu Union, the ban was lifted.
Debbie Does Dallas United States 1978 Banned due to it's extreme pornographic content. After the dissolution of the Vlokozu Union, the ban was lifted, though it can only be sold at properly licensed video stores and customers must ask for it since it will be hidden behind the store's counter.
The Tin Drum West Germany, Poland, France May 3, 1979 Banned due to child pornography concerns. A version with all of the sexual content cut is allowed and is rated R15, while the uncut version (the one banned in Ontario, Canada and briefly in Oklahoma, U.S. as well) is banned from any sort of sale or rental.
Children's Island Sweden December 25, 1980 Banned due to child pornography concerns. A version with all of the sexual content cut is allowed and is rated R15, while the uncut version (the one banned in Australia as well) is banned from any sort of sale or rental.
Cannibal Holocaust Italy February 7, 1980 Banned for being "too macabre" and containing explicit gore/gruesome scenes. After the dissolution of the Vlokozu Union, the ban was lifted.
Night of the Comet United States 1984 Banned due to Kadsreius Shintoist groups protesting the film's U.S. release. The ban was lifted in 2001, but all TV broadcasts of the film show the standard "This programme contains a depiction of the end of times, which may offend or distress some Shintoist viewers" disclaimer before the film and when returning from commercial breaks.
Gross Out United States 1990 Banned for containing explicit scenes of gore and "sickening content."
The Half-Vicnoran 1991 Banned to being considered a "racist" and "anti-Vicnora" film.
Deep Impact United States May 8, 1998 Banned because EKFGR feared that the film's plot and themes would offend Kadsreius Shintoists
The Innocence of Reimu Hakurei Minecraftia July 2002 Banned due to negative stereotyping of Shintoists.
Blitzar and Blitzivan: This is El Kadsre El Kadsre, Malichka September 27th, 2005 Banned due to the stereotypical portrayals of El Kadsreians. The ban was actually petitioned by angered patriotists. The ban was lifted 10 years later in 2015.
2012 United States November 13, 2009 Banned because EKFGR feared that would offended Kadsreius Shintoists. The film received the El Kadsreian limited theatrical release on December 21, 2012.
A Serbian Film Serbia June 11, 2010 Banned due to "objectionable content" (offensive depictions of sexual violence, pedophilia, extreme violence, necrophilia and/or other content that is offensive and abhorrent).
I Spit on Your Grave United States October 8, 2010 Banned "because it tends to promote and support the use of violence to compel any person to submit to sexual conduct."
Megan Is Missing United States May 2011 Banned for its sexual violence involving young people
The Human Centipede 2 (Full Sequence) Netherlands, United Kingdom October 7, 2011 Banned due to "Offensive" depictions of violence and high impact cruelty. The censored version of the film is allowed and it was rated R18 while the uncut version is banned in the country.
Maniac France, United States January 2, 2013 Banned due to cruel violently behavior
Go, Kim, Go! El Kadsre December 1, 2012 Originally intended to be a PG-rated film, Go, Kim, Go! was banned by the El Kadsre Film and Game Rating Board due to a seen featuring two teenagers getting married and discussing about their marrage throughout the movie.
Nymphomaniac UK, Denmark, Belgium, France, Germany December 25, 2013 Banned because of a lot of sexual humor.
Spotlight United States November 6, 2015 Banned due to "promoting anti-Catholicism and radical atheism in the guise of covering child sex abuse". All El Kadsreian film critics who gave the film a positive review were threatened with jail time. The ban was lifted in 2017 after director Tom McCarthy appealed to the censorship board and denied the film had an anti-Catholic message
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