THE BBFC announced that HATE CRIME, the first release in a new joint VOD venture between geek blog Nerdly.co.uk and TheHorrorShow.TV – has officially been banned in the UK.
Sam Peckinpah was a man obsessed with violence. Throughout his amazing directorial career he made films set in harsh unforgiving worlds where the central characters attempted to live honorably and peacefully ultimately failing and succumbing to their violent primal urges.
Controversy abounds as the BBFC decide to ban Trinity X’s upcoming release THE BUNNY GAME. The recently formed DVD genre distribution arm of UK-based film distributor Trinity, today described the BBFC’s decision to ban THE BUNNY GAME as “disappointing, worrying and sad”.
As The Horror Channel’s Season of the Banned kicks off soon we though it would be the perfect time to talk to a man who knows more than a little on the subject of censorship, British horror director and video nasties expert Jake West.
And so we finally arrive at the last day of FrightFest 2010! A sad day indeed and after 4 full days of non-stop horror films I didn’t want this amazing event to end. But before leaving my personal cinema seat and surrendering to the sorrow and mediocrity of a FrightFest-less world I still had a […]
Although the original schedule for FrightFest had featured the UK premiere of the A Serbian Film it seemed that controversy had caught up with the picture and lead to a shocking decision by Westminster council and the British Board of Film Classification that prevented the movie being shown. As Alan Jones explained to the confused […]