Demonic afterlife assassination and familial problems from the creators of Hazbin Hotel.
Paid Promotions And Review Copies Are Not The Same Thing
In its efforts to clamp down on influencer shills, YouTube is trying to drag review material into the realm of ‘sponsored posts’, which seems rather questionable.
Would You Pay £10 To Own A Digital Frame Grab From An Obscure British Film?
A British movie maker is offering every frame of his commercially unreleased 2013 production as NFTs.
The compelling awfulness of the YouTube Reaction Video.
The Tyranny Of Choice
In a world of infinite, often overwhelming choice, there’s a case to be made for the pleasures of the scheduled broadcast.
Why The Past Matters
The Critical Drinker’s passionate defence of the art of yesterday, no matter how much it clashes with current ideas.
YouTube Makes The First Move Towards An ID-Regulated Internet
YouTube announce that physical proof of identity might now be required to watch age-restricted videos in Europe.
The BBFC’s Harmful Research
The British Censor’s new research is simply a questionnaire telling them what they wanted to hear.
The Reprobate Movie Guide For Shut-Ins: Week Seven
More movies to marvel at, from vintage sci-fi to spaghetti westerns, from sword and sorcery to wild bikers, and from Mamie Van Doren to Russ
The Reprobate Movie Guide For Shut-Ins – Week One
First-rate entertainment available to watch for free.
Viral Fever And The Reprobate Press
The future of Reprobate Press in the age of cornoavirus.
We Should All Be In Favour Of PornHub’s Non-Adult Experiment
The adult site’s experiment with edgy mainstream content opens up interesting possibilities for ‘difficult’ artists rejected elsewhere.