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Banned from Television (1998)

A series of videos containing footage of real life events that were too disturbing for television.
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18 January 2012 | by (In a Chair in my room) – See all my reviews

Ever bothered to scan google for images from Ogrish? because that's a similar equivalent to Banned from Television. I got interested in watching it after scanning youtube for videos, and found a commercial for it and just couldn't resist looking it up. What i saw was extremely graphic and some of it I wouldn't watch again.

Banned from television is a documentary of footage collected from many different people, of extremely graphic content. you know when your news anchor warns you, "The video you are about to see is extremely graphic?" They don't know the definition of the word. in this video, graphic defines watching 2 men get crushed by a car, A hostage taker getting shot in the face (and it isn't as gory as it seems, but it will open your eyes to what a real headshot looks like.) A woman being attacked by a shark, and losing her leg (in my opinion the most graphic content in the video, her screams echo in my ears) A half-naked man being set on fire by a small Mexican village, Rebel Conflict in Africa, Execution segments, a man jumping from a burning building and landing on the ground, Police chases that end in death, and many other segments that you will never forget.

Seriously, it takes a strong stomach and a black heart to watch this. Either you will appreciate what your local police do for you, feel the reality of gun violence, or get nightmares upon watching the deaths of innocent, guilty, and or stupid people.

10/10


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