‘Cemetery’ assigned a PG-13

Buena Vista’s “Blood In… Blood Out” received an R rating and “The Cemetery Club” received a PG-13 rating in bulletin No. 1,250 from the Motion Picture Assn. of America’s Classification and Rating Administration.

Among the 10 films rated, one received a PG-13 rating and nine received R ratings.

The following is a list of all films rated by the MPAA.


“The Cemetery Club” (Buena Vista; “for sensuality and some language.”)


“American Cyborg” (Cannon Pictures; “for strong violence, and for language.”)

“American Samurai” (Cannon Pictures; “for violence.”)

“Blood In … Blood Out” (Buena Vista; “for strong violence and language, and for sexuality and drug content.”)

“Eyes of the Beholder” (Columbia TriStar Home Video; “for violence and sexuality.”)

“Love on the Orient Express” (Megastar Pictures Corp.; “for pervasive sexuality and language.”)

“Murder in Law” (Monarch Home Video; “for horror violence, sexuality and language.”)

“Relentless III” (New Line Cinema; “for strong violence and sexuality, and for language.”)

“The Secret Passion of Robert Clayton” (Paramount Home Video; “for some sexuality and violence.”)

“The Runner” (New Line Home Video; “for violence and language.”)

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