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Fear, Panic & Censorship (2000)

Rare documentary about Video Nasties and film, video and internet censorship in the UK. Was first screened as part of Channel 4's controversial "Banned Weekend" which focused on films and ... See full summary »

Director:

David Kenny

Writer:

David Kenny

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Cast

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Tom Dewe Mathews Tom Dewe Mathews ... Himself
Jack Sargeant Jack Sargeant ... Himself
Nigel Wingrove Nigel Wingrove ... Himself
John Beyer John Beyer ... Himself
Laurie Hall Laurie Hall ... Himself
David Kerekes David Kerekes ... Himself
Derek Malcolm Derek Malcolm ... Himself
Geoffrey Robertson Geoffrey Robertson ... Himself
James Ferman James Ferman ... Himself
Mary Whitehouse ... Herself
Dario Argento ... Himself
Herschell Gordon Lewis ... Himself
Sean S. Cunningham ... Himself
William Lustig ... Himself (as Bill Lustig)
Lloyd Kaufman ... Himself
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Rare documentary about Video Nasties and film, video and internet censorship in the UK. Was first screened as part of Channel 4's controversial "Banned Weekend" which focused on films and the so called Video Nasties, which were a small group of mainly horror films that were given the Video Nasty tag by the tabloid media, due to their explicit horror content. They were subsequently banned under the 1984 Video Recordings Act. Written by David Kenny

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bbfc | video | media | tabloid | censorship | See All (67) »

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

6 October 2000 (UK) See more »

Filming Locations:

London, England, UK See more »

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Budget:

£100,000 (estimated)
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Shashmedia See more »
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4 x 1.33 : 1
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