Video Nasties: Moral Panic, Censorship & Videotape (2010) Trailer

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Video Nasties Moral Panic Censorship Videotape 2010  Trailer
Year: 2010
Genres: Documentary
Type: Trailers
Duration: 4M35S
Cast: Robert Englund, Christopher Lee, Michael Ironside, Udo Kier, Bruce Campbell, Sam Neill, Clint Howard, John Saxon, Robert Carradine, Mark Hamill, Marilyn Burns, Geoffrey Lewis, David Hess, Carl Kraines, Fisher Stevens, Emily Booth, Catriona MacColl, Andy Nyman, Al Cliver, Giovanni Lombardo Radice, Ellen Sandweiss, Gunnar Hansen, Ivan Rassimov, Tisa Farrow, Isabelle Adjani, Shane Dixon, Camille Keaton, Ramón Bravo, Christopher Allport, Giannetto De Rossi
Director(s): Jake West

Trailer: Video Nasties: Moral Panic, Censorship & Videotape (2010)

A documentary analyzing the furore which so-called "video nasties" caused in Britain during the 1980s.

Directed by: Jake West.

A.K.A.
Beyond the Nasties.
Video Nasties: The Definitive Guide.

Plot:
A documentary features interviews with filmmakers Neil Marshall ('The Descent', 'Doomsday'), Christopher Smith ('Severance', 'Black Death') and MP Graham Bright as well as rare archive footage featuring James Ferman (director of the BBFC 1975-1999) & Mary Whitehouse. Taking in the explosion of home video, the erosion of civil liberties, the introduction of draconian censorship measures, hysterical press campaigns and the birth of many careers born in blood and videotape, West's documentary also reflects on the influence this peculiar era still exerts on us today.

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Synopsis:

A documentary features interviews with filmmakers Neil Marshall ('The Descent', 'Doomsday'), Christopher Smith ('Severance', 'Black Death') and MP Graham Bright as well as rare archive footage featuring James Ferman (director of the BBFC 1975-1999) & Mary Whitehouse. Taking in the explosion of home video, the erosion of civil liberties, the introduction of draconian censorship measures, hysterical press campaigns and the birth of many careers born in blood and videotape, West's documentary also reflects on the influence this peculiar era still exerts on us today.