We look at the history of the BBFC and the films on the original DPP video nasty list and talk to British actress Catriona MacColl about working with Lucio Fulci.
Sense and Censorability
We look back at the history of the BBFC, guardian of British movie lovers’ morals since 1912…
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A Year for Fear 1932
King George V was on the throne and movies like Dr. Jekyll and Mr Hyde were on our screens, as Denis Meikle recalls. He was only a teenager back then of course.
Breaking the Horror Fan
James Kloda interviews Marc Morris and West, producer and director of Draconian Days.
British actress Catriona MacColl talks about working with Lucio Fulci on his legendary Gates of Hell zombie trilogy.
And the Banned Played On
John Martin gives us his thoughts on the BBFC, and checks out the modern availability of all 39 films on the original DPP video nasty list…
James Kloda and Allan Bryce get together to review the very latest horror releases on DVD and Blu-ray.
Meet the She Wolf
Ilsa’s Dyanne Thorne takes a break from keeping a harem for the oil sheiks to chat about her wild exploitation career.
Ruggero Deodato speaks to Calum Waddell about the return of the cannibal genre with Eli Roth’s The Green Inferno.
It’s a Jungle Out There
Umberto Lenzi talks about the filming of his notorious video nasty, Cannibal Ferox, aka Make Them Die Slowly.
Over 30 years later and the BBFC still won’t pass New York Ripper uncut. Co-writer Dardano Sacchetti is amazed, and insists it’s really a giallo comedy!
Another masterful column from Rick Melton, a man who is such a consummate artist that he can’t even go to bed without drawing the curtains.