Disc 1: 'Video Nasties: Draconian Days'
Nucleus Films' critically acclaimed follow-up documentary to 'Video Nasties: Moral Panic, Censorship And Videotape' (2010) from Director Jake West and producer Marc Morris who continue to uncover the shocking story of home entertainment following the introduction of the 1984 Video Recordings Act.

The United Kingdom was plunged into a new Dark Age of the most restrictive censorship, where the horror movie became the bloody eviscerated victim of continuing dread created by self-aggrandizing moral guardians, and the film charts the consequences of this, including subversive social culture that sprung up around it. With fascinating interviews and more jaw dropping archive footage, get ready to reflect and rejoice on the passing of a turbulent time.

Discs 2 and 3: 'The Section 3 List'
Presents the official additional 82 titles that were officially designated under 'Section 3' of the Obscene Publications Act by the Director of Public Prosecutions.

These titles were liable for seizure and forfeiture by the police, removed from sale or hire and then destroyed; although they were not ultimately prosecuted. This amazing list was discovered whilst researching legal paperwork for the original 'Video Nasties: The Definitive Guide' and finally clears up why so many additional titles were historically considered to be 'Video Nasties'.

Certificate:
18
Director:
Jake West
Region:
2
Number of Discs:
3
Main Language:
English
Run Time:
840 mins approx.
studio:
Nucleus Films

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Disc 1: 'Video Nasties: Draconian Days'
Nucleus Films' critically acclaimed follow-up documentary to 'Video Nasties: Moral Panic, Censorship And Videotape' (2010) from Director Jake West and producer Marc Morris who continue to uncover the shocking story of home entertainment following the introduction of the 1984 Video Recordings Act.

The United Kingdom was plunged into a new Dark Age of the most restrictive censorship, where the horror movie became the bloody eviscerated victim of continuing dread created by self-aggrandizing moral guardians, and the film charts the consequences of this, including subversive social culture that sprung up around it. With fascinating interviews and more jaw dropping archive footage, get ready to reflect and rejoice on the passing of a turbulent time.

Discs 2 and 3: 'The Section 3 List'
Presents the official additional 82 titles that were officially designated under 'Section 3' of the Obscene Publications Act by the Director of Public Prosecutions.

These titles were liable for seizure and forfeiture by the police, removed from sale or hire and then destroyed; although they were not ultimately prosecuted. This amazing list was discovered whilst researching legal paperwork for the original 'Video Nasties: The Definitive Guide' and finally clears up why so many additional titles were historically considered to be 'Video Nasties'.

Certificate:
18
Director:
Jake West
Region:
2
Number of Discs:
3
Main Language:
English
Run Time:
840 mins approx.
studio:
Nucleus Films

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Conversational Examination of the Video Nasty

An interesting examination of the BBC under the leadership of James Ferman. The documentary is structured by splicing together input from a range of people who interacted with the BBC first hand, including certification staff, directors, store owners and collectors. The result is an informative discussion littered with personal memories and anecdotes to add legitimacy. The set also includes several postcards of famous video nasty posters, as a nice physical bonus.