List of films banned in Malaysia
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This is a list of films banned (or rejected) in Malaysia. Films that are assigned the Tidak Diluluskan Untuk Tayangan ("Not Passed for Screening") category by the Film Censorship Board of Malaysia are banned for sale, possession, distribution and screening. Screening rejected films, possessing, selling, or even owning them in private is forbidden and strictly enforced and can be punished with severe fines, up to 20 years' imprisonment or both.
|1936||The Bohemian Girl||Banned due to its Romani themes. It was passed during the 1990s with a VCD release from Warner Malaysia Video.|||
|1943||The Outlaw||Originally banned for its sexual content not suitable for any film during that time. Passed in the 1990s with a VCD release by Movie Master.|||
|1946||The Big Sleep||Banned originally, but passed in 1999 with a VCD release and a delayed DVD release from Warner Malaysia Video.|||
|1956||The King and I||Banned due to offense from neighboring country Thailand. It was passed in 2005 with a VCD release and a DVD release from FOX Malaysia.|||
|1956||The Ten Commandments||Banned by Paramount Malaysia (now United International Pictures) due to religious content.|||
|1959||Ben-Hur (1959)||Banned for its religious content. Ban was lifted by Warner Malaysia in 1999 with a VCD and DVD release in time for that film's 40th anniversary. In addition, the 2016 remake was banned for a short while.|||
|1964||491||Banned due to a homosexual rape scene; a censored version was later released.|||
|1968||Rosemary's Baby||Banned by Paramount's request due to high-impact terror. Passed in 1997 with a home video release by CIC Video.|||
|1971||A Clockwork Orange||Banned due to its explicit sexual and violent content. A censored version was released on DVD after several years.|| |
|1972||The Last House on the Left||Banned, originally, but was released on VCD by Movie Master in the late 1990s.|||
|1972||Fritz the Cat||Banned due to explicit sexual content and violence.|||
|1972||Deep Throat||Banned due to explicit sexual content.|||
|1973||The Exorcist||Banned due to intense violence and cruelty.|||
|1974||The Nine Lives of Fritz the Cat|||
|1974||The Texas Chain Saw Massacre||Banned due to very intense violence and cruelty.|||
|1975||Jaws||Banned originally, but was eventually passed for a VCD release and a long-delayed DVD release by Movie Master. Many other Steven Spielberg films were banned.|||
|1975||Salo, or the 120 Days of Sodom||Banned due to "repulsive, outrageous and abhorrent content." However, Pier Paolo Pasolini's last film was banned at all country.|||
|1975||Monty Python and the Holy Grail||Still banned and no DVD release.|||
|1976||The Omen||Originally banned due to high-impact violence, scary images, and satanic ritual references; but was passed in 1997 with a delayed VCD release by Movie Master followed by a Fox Malaysia DVD release in 1999.|||
|1976||Carrie||Was never shown in cinemas during its release. Ban lifted by 1996 with a VCD release from Warner-MGM Malaysia. Was also available on its out-of-print DVD release. Most other films based on or written by Stephen King were banned.|||
|1977||Saturday Night Fever||Banned by Cinema International Corporation's Paramount Malaysia division, reportedly because it was deemed to cause chaos in the community.|||
|1978||Up in Smoke||Banned due to heavy usage of marijuana smoking. Lifted in the early 1990s via CIC Video's Paramount for a delayed VCD release.|||
|1979||Monty Python's Life of Brian||All Monty Python's movies are banned for jokes about religion and some black humour.|||
|1979||Alien||Was not released in cinemas. Passed in 2001 by Fox Malaysia with a home video release.|||
|1980–present||All entries in the Friday the 13th franchise are banned due to high-impact cruelty and violence.|||
|1980||Caligula||Banned until the mid-2000s.|||
|1980||The Shining||Passed and approved by Warner Malaysia and Movie Master with a VCD and DVD release cut in 1999 after Kubrick's death.|||
|1981||My Bloody Valentine||The 2009 3D remake has been banned as well.|||
|1982||Class of 1984||Banned due to a majority of the film bringing up sexual references, violence, profanity and drug abuse.|
|1982||The Dark Crystal|||
|1983||Monty Python's The Meaning of Life|||
|1984||Cannibal Holocaust||Banned due to extremely intense violence and cruelty.|||
|1985||Return of the Living Dead|||
|1985||Day of the Dead|||
|1986||Platoon||Banned due to vulgar language and violence.|||
|1986||Aliens||Like the first film, passed in 2001 by Fox Malaysia for a DVD and VCD release.|||
|1987||Evil Dead II|||
|1987||A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors||The only film in the series banned up until the late 1990s when it was passed with a censored version on VCD when released packaged with the 15th-anniversary edition of the film franchise.|||
|1988||The Last Temptation of Christ||Banned due to heavy use of religious depictions.|||
|1989||Beware! Children at Play|||
|1990||Leatherface: The Texas Chainsaw Massacre III|||
|1990||Sleeping with the Enemy|||
|1991||The Silence of the Lambs|||
|1991||Showdown in Little Tokyo|||
|1992||Alien 3||Like the first and second films, respectively; ban was lifted in 2001 for a home video release.|||
|1992||Army of Darkness|||
|1993||The Good Son|||
|1993||Schindler's List||Banned initially; the Malaysian Film Censorship Board described the film as “propaganda with the purpose of asking for sympathy.” A heavily censored DVD version was later release in 2004.|||
|1994||Natural Born Killers|||
|1994||The Shawshank Redemption||Banned for depiction of cruelty, profanity, and violence. Later released on DVD.|||
|1994||Clerks||Banned for drug abuse and strong language. Cut version passed for a home video release. Uncut version released in 2004.|||
|1994||Pulp Fiction||Banned due to intense violence, drug abuse, explicit nudity, and scenes of sexual violence.|||
|1995||Babe||Banned due to "babe" sounding similar to "babi," the Malay word for "pig," which is non-halal; also portrays pigs in a positive light.|||
|1995||Piranha||Banned due to intense violence and cruelty. However, the original 1978 film of the same name is allowed.|||
|1995||Species||Banned due to frightening and violent images, but passed for a censored VCD release by Fox-Pathe Malaysia in 1997 plus a delayed DVD release in 2000. The 1998 sequel was not banned.|||
|1995||Showgirls||Banned due to strong sexual content, including scenes of female nudity and sexual violence.|||
|1995||Die Hard with a Vengeance|||
|1996||Beavis and Butt-Head Do America||Banned due to strong sexual content, crude humour, and violence.|||
|1996||Last Man Standing|||
|1997–2013||South Park||Banned along with the film, however, now, it is available on Comedy Central Asia on HyppTV.|||
|1997||Orgazmo||Banned due to strong sexual content||[dead link]|
|1997||Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Next Generation|||
|1997||Boogie Nights||Banned due to strong sexual content|||
|1997||I Know What You Did Last Summer|||
|1997||Mimic||For terrifying images and violent content.|||
|1998||Blade||never released in cinemas, passed for a VCD release and a delayed DVD release by Movie Master.|||
|1998||The Prince of Egypt||Never released in cinemas because the censor body ruled that the film is "insensitive for religious and moral reasons". The film was passed for VCD and DVD release by Berjaya HVN.|||
|1998||Babe: Pig in the City||Banned due to its title and subject matter not being halal (pigs—whether or not they're used as food—are considered highly taboo in the Muslim religion, of which Malaysia has a sizeable population). Released direct-to-VHS when the ruling was overturned almost a year later.|||
|1998||Barney's Great Adventure|||
|1998||Saving Private Ryan||never released in cinemas due to Spielberg's previous controversial film, passed for VCD, Blu-ray and DVD releases by Berjaya HVN and|||
|1998||Bride of Chucky||Banned due to very high-impact violence and cruelty|||
|1998||Half Baked||Originally banned for excessive scenes of drug use before finally being released in 2002 on VCD and DVD via United International and MovieMaster.|||
|1998||The Siege||Banned due to its subject of hate crimes and cruelty. Still no proper DVD release yet, but passed for an out-of-print VCD release by Fox Malaysia.|||
|1999||Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me||never released in cinemas due to comedic sexual content, but passed for a VCD release and delayed DVD release by Sunny Film Productions.|||
|1999||Fight Club||Never released in cinemas. Ban lifted a year later and was given a heavily censored VCD and DVD release from Berjava HVN.|||
|1999||South Park: Bigger, Longer and Uncut||Banned due to "vulgar, offensive content" (the television series was banned for the same reason, but now the TV series is available on HyppTV ).|||
|1999||Dogma||Banned for offensive religious content|||
|1999||American Beauty||Banned for strong sexual content (including scenes depicting pedophilia and homosexuality)|||
|1999||Eyes Wide Shut||Banned due to strong sexual contents, but now available at Google Play Movies.|
|1999||Best Laid Plans|||
|1999||Anna and the King|||
|2000||Final Destination, Final Destination 2 and Final Destination 3||Banned due to high-impact terror and violence.|||
|2000||Requiem for a Dream|||
|2000||But I'm a Cheerleader||Banned for strong sexual content and depictions of homosexuality, masturbation, and conversion therapy.|||
|2000||Scary Movie||Ban lifted and released on digital streaming.|
|2000||Baise-Moi||Banned due to grotesque, abhorrent content (rape, explicit sexual content, high-impact violence, cruelty, etc.)|||
|2000||Dracula 2000||Banned for high-impact grisly violence; eventually passed for a delayed VCD and DVD release in early April 2001.|||
|2001||Ichi the Killer||Banned due to very high-impact violence and offensive depictions of cruelty.|||
|2001||Hannibal||Banned due to high-impact terror and violence, including use of cannibalism. Passed for a home media release by Berjava HVN|||
|2001||Lara Croft Tomb Raider|||
|2001||Scary Movie 2|||
|2001||Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back|||
|2001||Zoolander||Banned for its offensive despiction of the country in the film, and involving a plot to assassinate a prime minister|||
|2001||The Last Castle|||
|2002||Auto Focus||passed for VCD release from MediaMax.com|||
|2002||Queen of the Damned|||
|2002||Resident Evil||passed for a VCD and DVD release by Columbia Tristar.|||
|2002||We Were Soldiers|||
|2002||40 Days and 40 Nights||Never released in cinemas, but passed for a VCD release and delayed DVD release by Sunny Film Productions|||
|2003||Bruce Almighty||Never released in cinemas, but passed for a VCD release and delayed DVD release by Sunny Film Productions. Originally banned for its depiction of God, but later passed for VCD and DVD release by Berjaya HVN.|||
|2003||Daredevil||passed for VCD and DVD release|||
|2003||Bad Boys II|||
|2003||Homerun||Banned due to the negative political element of Malaysia|||
|2003||Lara Croft Tomb Raider: The Cradle of Life||Passed for a VCD release from Berjaya HVN.|
|2003||Freddy vs. Jason|||
|2003||The Matrix Reloaded and Revolutions||While the 1999 film was not banned; these two sequels were banned theatrically. Both passed for respective delayed DVD and VCD releases from Warner Malaysia by early 2006.|||
|2003||Kill Bill: Vol. 1||never released in cinemas, passed for DVD release by Berjaya HVN|||
|2004||The Girl Next Door (2004 film)|||
|2004||Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle||never released in cinemas, passed for DVD release by Berjaya HVN|||
|2004||The Passion of the Christ||The film's viewing was restricted solely to adult Christian viewers.|||
|2004||Resident Evil: Apocalypse|||
|2004||Team America: World Police||Banned because it was made by the creators of South Park, which itself is banned outright.|||
|2004–present||All entries in the Saw series are currently banned due to very high-impact grisly violence including torture and cruelty|||
|2004–2008||Supernanny||Banned due to heavy realistic violence, nudity and heavy language for children.|||
|2004||Seed of Chucky|||
|2004||Alfie (2004 remake)||never released in cinemas due to sexual content, passed for DVD release by Berjaya HVN with an 18SX (non-graphic sexual content) rating.|||
|2004||A Dirty Shame|||
|2005||Ken Park||Banned due to very offensive content (sexual intercourse, masturbation, pornography, high-impact violence with teens being active and passive participants of it)|||
|2005||Sin City||Banned due to high-level violence and sexual content.|||
|2005||Land of the Dead|||
|2005||Hustle & Flow|||
|2005||The 40-Year-Old Virgin||Banned due to heavy sexual themes|||
|2005||Inside Deep Throat||Banned because it was a documentary on a film that was banned due to very offensive content (sexual intercourse, masturbation, pornography, etc.)|||
|2005||Hard Candy||Banned due to pedophilia references and scenes of violence and torture.|||
|2005||Hostel||Banned due to very high-impact violence and offensive depictions of cruelty.|||
|2005||Rent||Banned for having homosexual characters; was released straight to DVD/VCD by Mediamax.com|||
|2005||Brokeback Mountain||Banned for its "favorable" depiction of homosexuality|||
|2005||Fuck||Documentary banned due to its extreme use of vulgarities, including persuasive usages of the titular word as implemented throughout the entire run.|||
|2006||See No Evil|||
|2006||When a Stranger Calls|||
|2006||The Da Vinci Code|||
|2006||V for Vendetta||Banned for explicit violence.|
|2006||Severance||The film was allowed in theatres in a censored version, but the bear trap scene was removed. The video version was initially banned and had no DVD release.|||
|2006||Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan||Banned for political and sexual content|||
|2006||World Trade Center|||
|2007||Farce of the Penguins|||
|2007||Aqua Teen Hunger Force Colon Movie Film for Theaters|||
|2007||Knocked Up||Passed for TV Release in 2012|||
|2007||Hostel: Part II||Banned due to very high-impact violence and cruelty.|||
|2007||Dukun||Never released for public screening due murderios case on 1993, but 11 years later footage of this film resurfaced and leaked online. It was officially released in 2018 in cinemas nationwide.|
|2007||Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street|||
|2007||I Don't Want to Sleep Alone||Banned based on 18 counts of incidents shown in the film depicting the country "in a bad light" for cultural, ethical, and racial reasons. However, they later allowed the film to be screened in the country after Tsai agreed to censor parts of the film according to the requirements of the Censorship Board.|||
|2008||Anaconda 3: Offspring||Banned due to very high-impact violence and cruelty. However, the big screen versions to the series, Anaconda (1997) and Anacondas: The Hunt for the Blood Orchid (2004) are allowed.|||
|2008||Joy Ride 2: Dead Ahead|||
|2008||Harold & Kumar Escape from Guantanamo Bay|||
|2008||Waltz with Bashir|||
|2008||Wanted||passed for home video release by Berjaya HVN and United International Pictures Malaysia.|
|2008||Street Kings||passed for a DVD and VCD release by Fox Malaysia and Berjaya-HVN.|
|2008||Sex and the City|||
|2008||Forgetting Sarah Marshall|||
|2008||Pineapple Express||Banned due to heavy drug themes|||
|2008||Zack and Miri Make a Porno||Banned due to strong sexual content. Released on streaming media.|||
|2008||Role Models||Banned due to immoral behaviour and crude humour.|||
|2008||Repo! The Genetic Opera|||
|2008||The Dark Knight||The film was rejected and banned on the week of its release on behalf of Warner Malaysia's request due to high-impact anarchism, terrorism, and violence unusual for a Batman film. The ban was shortly lifted a week after for a theatrically censored release. The delayed uncut version was later released on VCD and DVD by Berjava HVN.|||
|2009||Che: Part II||The first part was not banned. However, despite not having to be released in cinemas; it was passed for a VCD and DVD release packaged with the first half by Mediamax.com.|||
|2009||My Bloody Valentine 3D|||
|2009||Brüno||Banned due to strong sexual themes, including scenes of homosexuality and 'sexually deviant behaviour'|||
|2009||Anaconda 4: Trail of Blood||Banned due to high-impact violence and cruelty However, the big screen versions to the series, Anaconda (1997) and Anacondas: The Hunt for the Blood Orchid (2004) are allowed.|||
|2009||Angels & Demons|||
|2009||Next Day Air|||
|2009||X-Men Origins: Wolverine||Originally banned, but later passed and given a delayed release from Fox Malaysia on July 2013.|||
|2009||Law Abiding Citizen|||
|2009||I Love You, Beth Cooper|||
|2009||The Fourth Kind|||
|2009||The Haunted World of El Superbeasto||Banned due to strong sexual content and graphic nudity.|||
|2009||Halloween 2 (2009 sequel to remake)|||
|2009||Paranormal Activity||Banned due to horror and supernatural themes|||
|2010||Rumah Dara aka Macabre||Banned due horror violence, gore, and cannibalism.|||
|2010||Sex and the City 2|||
|2010||Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time||Originally banned, but later passed and was given a release on May 2010|||
|2010||Paranormal Activity 2||Banned due to horror violence and paranormal themes|
|2010||Black Swan||Banned due to sexual themes and depiction of homosexuality.|||
|2010||Let Me In|||
|2011||No Strings Attached||passed in a heavily censored version (seven minutes censored) in 2011, due to sexual and nude content|||
|2011||Friends with Benefits||Banned due to its sexual content|||
|2011||Human Centipede 2 (Full Sequence)|||
|2011||Megan is Missing|||
|2011||Father's Day||For extensive sexual violence.|||
|2012||A Serbian Film||Banned due to extremely high-impact violence (a lot of which is sexual), scenes of blood and gore, and abhorrent sexual practices (pedophilia, especially).|||
|2012||The Dictator||Banned due to offensive political themes. Passed for DVD release by Berjaya HVN.|||
|2012||Ted||Banned because it was made by the creator of Family Guy, which itself was banned outright from 1999 to 2011. Passed for home screenings.|||
|2012||Killing Them Softly|||
|2012||Mental||Banned due to very high-impact violence, drug abuse and crude humour.|
|2013||The Conjuring||Originally banned for its strong horror themes and gruesome violence, but later passed and released by Warner Bros. on July 2013|||
|2013||Vishwaroopam||Shown in local cinemas on 24 January 2013, but the approval was withdrawn the next day, in accordance with a directive from the Home Ministry following concerns from the public that the film portrays Islam in a negative light. Malaysian authorities lifted the ban on 19 February 2014, however, after several scenes were cut.|||
|2013||The Purge||Originally banned due to high-impact violence; also banned for scary images, political content, and anarchism. However, it was later passed and was released on August 2013.|||
|2013||Curse of Chucky|||
|2013||Evil Dead||Due to extreme impact terror and gory images with high-level cruelty.|||
|2013||Texas Chainsaw 3D||Banned for frightening scenes that involves high-impact violence with sheer gore and cruelty. Was never released on home video ever since.|||
|2013||Dallas Buyers Club|||
|2013||Kick-Ass 2||Originally banned for its vulgar title, but later passed and released by Universal Studios on August 2013.|||
|2013||Race 2||Banned for showcasing underworld crime in Turkey|||
|2013||The Wolf of Wall Street||Banned for scenes of sex, drug abuse, and offensive language.|||
|2013||The New Village||Banned after causing riots and chaos during its initial screening, and for supposedly promoting communism.|||
|2014||A Million Ways To Die In The West||Banned due to heavy comedic violence.|||
|2014||Banglasia (猛加拉杀手)||The film was heavily criticised by the LPF (Film Censorship Board) and KDN (Home Ministry department), which received 31 official notes and orders to re-shoot the movie. On 12 February 2019, the ban was lifted when LPF approved the film undergone 7 scenes reedits or cut, a small reshoot and updates. In addition,the new version of the film was release under news title Banglasia 2.0.|||
|2014||Sex Tape||Banned for its strong and explicit sexual content.|||
|2014||Annabelle||Originally banned for its horror themes and gruesome violence, but later passed and given a release on October 2014|||
|2014||Noah||Banned due to religious content and its depictions of the prophets.|||
|2014||The Purge: Anarchy||Originally banned due to its strongly-violent themes and supposed promotion of anarchy, but later passed and given a release on September 2014.|||
|2014||The Raid 2: Berandal||Banned due to graphic excessive violence.|||
|2014||The Interview||Banned due to its provocative political content related to North Korea.|||
|2015||Fifty Shades of Grey||Banned due to strong sexual content and graphic nudity. Passed cut for TV release in 2018 and was given an 18 rating.|||
|2015||Unfriended||Originally banned due to strong horror themes, but later passed and given a release on April 2015.|||
|2015||The Human Centipede III (Final Sequence)||Banned due to its gruesome and sexual content.|||
|2015||Mad Max: Fury Road||Originally banned for possible abuse-related themes, but later passed and given a release on May 2015.|||
|2015||The Danish Girl||Banned due to sexual and nude content as well on grounds of moral depravity.|||
|2015||Fundamentally Happy||Banned due to contain elements that may be sensitive to the feelings of Malaysian Malays and may be interpreted by Malaysian Malays as an attempt to reflect the community's attitude towards those who abuse the weak to fulfil their desires.|||
|2016||How to Be Single||Never released in cinemas and passed for DVD release.|||
|2016||Deadpool||Ban lifted shortly after its release from Fox Malaysia, giving a wide release. Originally banned due to strong graphic violence, vulgar language, and sexual and persuasive humour; unlikely for any superhero film during that time.|||
|2016||The Purge: Election Year||Originally banned for its political and violent themes, but later passed and given a release on July 2016.|||
|2016||Sausage Party||Banned for its overtly-sexual and vulgar themes and promotion of immoral behaviour and drug use.|||
|2016||Bad Moms||Originally banned for its promotion of immoral behaviour, but later passed and give a release on July 2016. Later released on streaming media alongside its sequel.|||
|2016||Ben-Hur||Originally banned for its religious content. Ban lifted a week after its release by Paramount/Fox Malaysia; and was given a two-week limited release.|||
|2017||Fifty Shades Darker||Banned for its overtly-sexual themes and graphic depictions of sex. Passed cut for TV release in 2018 and was given an 18 rating.|||
|2017||Beauty and the Beast||Banned due to homosexual references in the movie. Disney rejected the Film Censorship Board's suggestions for an edited version, and thus held it from Malaysian release until several days later where it was release without any cuts.|||
|2017||Wonder Woman||Initially banned by Warner Malaysia prior to its premiere and the official release on the account of the film's leading star Gal Gadot's service in the Israeli Army. Ban lifted and the film was shown in cinemas nationwide in December 2017. Passed uncut for a VCD, DVD, and digital HD/on-demand/online download release.|||
|2017||The Belko Experiment||Originally banned for gruesome terror. Passed for a delayed release on June 2017.|||
|2017||Creep 2||Originally banned for horror themes including grisly violence. Passed for a release on October 2017.|||
|2017||Happy Death Day||Originally banned for horror and some sexual themes, but later passed and given a release on October 2017.|||
|2017||The Snowman||Banned for excessive violence.|||
|2017||Jigsaw||Banned for strong horror themes and gruesome violence.|||
|2017||Leatherface||Banned for strong horror themes and gruesome violence.|||
|2017||Alien: Covenant||Originally banned for horror and possible sexual themes, but later passed and given a release on May 2017.|||
|2017||Baywatch||Originally banned for possible sexual themes, but later passed and given a release on June 2017.|||
|2017||Annabelle: Creation||Originally banned for horror and religious themes, but later passed and given a release on August 2017.|||
|2017||mother!||Originally banned for possible sexual or horror themes, but later passed and given a release on September 2017.|||
|2017||A Bad Moms Christmas||Originally banned for its promotion of immoral behaviour, but later passed and given a release on December 2017. Also released on streaming media.|||
|2017||The Disaster Artist|||
|2018||Padmaavat||Banned for negatively portraying Alauddin Khalji, a Muslim ruler of medieval India.|||
|2019||Kadaram Kondan||Banned per orders of LPF (Film Censorship Board of Malaysia) due to the story's portrayal of the Royal Malaysian Police (PDRM) in a negative light and for portraying police officers as corrupt and for scenes which supposedly inaccurately and misleadingly represent the police force. In addition, the makers of the film failed to get necessary police permits to shoot scenes in Malaysia; the Malaysian law requires that film production receives permission from the relevant authorities such as FINAS, PUSPAL and others before shooting.|||
|2019||Super Deluxe||Banned by LPF (Film Censorship Board of Malaysia) due to sensitive and mature content.|||
|2019||Dha Dha 87||Banned by LPF (Film Censorship Board of Malaysia) due to sensitive and mature content.|||
|2019||90ML||Banned by LPF (Film Censorship Board of Malaysia) due to sensitive and mature content.|||
|2019||Rocketman||Originally banned for sexual themes and drug use, but later passed and given a delayed release on July 2019.|||
|2019||Hustlers||Initially scheduled to be released on 19 September 2019, but the film's local distributor suddenly called off the press preview screening a day before. Later, they confirmed that LPF (Film Censorship Board of Malaysia) are not sanctioning the release of the film due to erotic and nudity scenes on the film.|||
|2019||Abominable||Banned due to a scene involving the Nine-Dash Line, a contested demarcation line used by China to lay claim over a portion of the South China Sea. Passed for DVD release by United International Pictures Malaysia.|||
|1999–present||Family Guy||Banned for offensive, politically incorrect humour. Released on Netflix.|||
|1997-present||South Park||Banned for offensive, politically incorrect humour. Released on Netflix.|||
|December 2005-July 2006||Larry Emdur & Laura Csortan’s Wheel Of Fortune||Banned due to disgusting behaviour, violence and strong gambling references.|||
|2011–present||Home and Away||Banned due to high-impact violence, blood & gore, strong adult themes and cruelty.|||
|2000–2006||Malcolm in the Middle||Banned due to disgusting behaviour and violence for school-aged children.|||
|1989–1994||Neighbours||All the episodes from late May 1989-August 1994 have been banned due to high-impact violence, blood & gore, strong adult themes and cruelty.|||
|2005||Stewie Griffin: The Untold Story||Banned for the same reason as Family Guy (offensive, politically incorrect humour)|||
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