The British film censorship board hikes its prices once again and expects you to be grateful for it.
Britain has a plethora of laws relating to pornography and sex – yet is still determined to find room for more.
Vintage TV news reports on the battle to legalise porn in the UK.
The British censorship board’s new price reduction scheme is not as generous as they would have you believe.
Looking back at one of the most brilliantly subversive horror films of the 1930s.
A pair of 1974 AIP shockers get a UK cinema release with the ugliest movie poster of all time.
In the days before legalised porn, the restrictive laws in Britain proved to be a huckster’s paradise, with scams, cons and rip-offs the order of the day.
The British censors allow wealthy streaming giants to self-certify at a reduced cost, while still bleeding physical media distributors dry.
British politicians and professional censors join forces with American fundamentalists to demand a ban on porn.
You wait years for a review of a film featuring a cast comprised entirely of little people, and then two come along in a week.
Isn’t it time we scrapped the four-decade-old Video Recordings Act and allowed an even playing field between physical media, streaming services and TV broadcasters?
The vocal demands for free speech and political efforts to bring the likes of PayPal under control seem to become very quiet as soon as you mention sexual freedom.