Looking back at Sam Fuller’s much-misunderstood, long withdrawn study of racism and rehabilitation.
The academic author who was the lone defender of Video Nasties and horror comics during the cultural dark ages of the 1980s.
The ignoble desire to find every old movie offensive and dangerous is the classic sign of the censorial belief that you know better than everyone else.
The odd world of Australian continuations of British TV sitcoms that had already run out of steam back home.
The plague of people posting appalling ideas and empty accusations in order to boost their own profile and make money.
This documentary about Iranian black metal musician Faustoos Crowley rather glosses over the more controversial and questionable aspects of his work.
Exploring a little-known author of sleazy 1960s paperback cheap thrills.
Sax Rohmer’s series of novels, and the films that they inspired, are the subject of much controversy. But we need to see them in context
The depressing rise of public shaming by the opportunistly outraged.
Low rent kitchen sink drama meets throwaway rock ‘n’ roll in an early Sixties British musical.
Middle-class conspiracy theories, hypocrisy and the difficult question of where the right to free speech should end.
How the shifting tides of acceptable language have transformed a plea for racial harmony into a racist tract.