Looking back at Britain’s most outrageous and chaotically inept television channel, the home of sex and violence, banned movies and disrupted broadcasts.
Provocative documentaries about forbidden culture, from the days when Channel 4 was still a credible and daring broadcaster.
The educational TV show’s song encouraging kids not to be afraid of imaginary monsters has some unfortunate lyrics.
The mystery and misdirection behind Britain’s most notorious and misunderstood sit-com.
An eccentric slice of cinematic cannibalism, as obscure and unfinished films are chopped, changed and rendered incoherent in a portmanteau of pointlessness.
The tunes considered too dangerous and subversive to be played on national radio during Desert Storm.
The British film censors are still confusing offensiveness for dangerousness as they ban yet another former Video Nasty.
What was hot on The Reprobate in 2020? You can probably guess.
Remembering the pioneers of mail order VHS cult movie retail in the wild west days of uncensored video.
Looking back at the hysterical, evidence-free report on ‘sexualisation’ by Reg Bailey, the man the BBFC want to oversee their appeals committee.
The time the BBFC got its knickers in a twist about four minutes of jiggling buttocks.
Walerian Borowczyk’s satirical fairy tale remains one of the most outrageous films ever made.