The time the BBFC got its knickers in a twist about four minutes of jiggling buttocks.
Notorious censor-baiter David McGillivray launches his own online chat show.
As The Night Porter returns to blu-ray, we look at the sordid world of the brief Naziploitation craze it accidentally helped spawn, and its most outrageous imitator.
the most beloved of horror films has never felt more timely – but it remains a film that signals its misanthropy rather too loudly for its own good.
The British censorship board’s website has gone from being a valuable resource to an empty vanity project that covers up their history.
Walerian Borowczyk’s satirical fairy tale remains one of the most outrageous films ever made.
Looking back at the most notorious example of extreme cinema to emerge in the post-Video Nasty age.
The definitive visual guide to the most notorious films of the 1980s.
Sitting at the intersection of underground filmmaking and commercial sexploitation, Nelson Lyon’s film is a unique slice of cult cinema.
The British Censor’s new research is simply a questionnaire telling them what they wanted to hear.
How the dictatorial British film censor James Ferman became an obsessive buzz kill in the 1980s.
Over fifty years after it was made, Bob Cresse and Lee Frost’s trashy bad taste movie is still beyond the pale for the British censors.