How rumour, cynicism, lies and opportunism helped create an urban myth that refuses to go away.
The naked self-interest and rivalry of those at the sharp end of the moral panic stick only helps the censorship campaigners. Let’s cut out the in-fighting and focus on the real enemy.
Britain’s most notorious video label and the company that started the Video Nasties moral panic.
Uncensored and unrestrained advertising from the wild west days of home video.
One of the weirdest and most unsettlingly haunting horror films of the 1970s is also one of the most misunderstood.
One of the more unlikely films to find itself on the Video Nasties list, Madhouse is a minor effort – but not entirely without merit.
The strange story of the only person in Britain worth voting for.