Recommened to any Stone Cold fan
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This is a must for any Austin fan. This is a complete rundown of Austin's carrer from Summerslam 97, to Unforgiven 98. Austin answers many questions on his neck injuriy, his first title run, the WWF and Mr.McMahon in the early days. I give it 5 stars"
Austin 3:16 UNCENSORED
Philip Hammons | Crossett, AR | 10/26/2002
(4 out of 5 stars)
"The profanity in this video isn't as bad as you might expect.
Austin does say the F word a couple of times. He does flip birds a lot in this video but other than that, this video is pretty tight. It does have plenty of swearing in it but no more than you see on Monday night Raw. You'll see Austin opening up a can of whoop-... on everyone that gets in his way including: Mike Tyson, Vince McMahon, DX, Dude Love, and few others. If you love Stone Cold Steve Austin and have never seen this video, then you might need to check it out. It's pretty good entertainment. Oh, hell, yeah!!!!"
One of the first WWF "Personality Tapes"
Jonathan E. Lickness | Worthington, MN USA | 04/17/2002
(3 out of 5 stars)
"Austin 3:16 Uncensored was released at the height of the WWF craze, and the video itself sold like hotcakes. The WWF's "personality" tapes are extremely hard to review, but, as an owner, I'll do my best.
This is a very entertaining video - it contains some very good film-making, especially for a WWF video. Austin's popularity was literally overwhelming during this period, and the fact that he is also a very good worker exemplifies this video souvenir.
The disappointing part? In their rush to cash in on Austin, the WWF didn't cover much ground in this video. Only three months are presented - January to April, 1998. While this period was an exciting one for wrestling fans, I'm not sure that the content warrants a purchase."