Join Christopher Brown as he examines all 72 of the films on the DPP video nasties list.
Introductions and farewells
An introduction to the Video Nasties Podcast, if you're just taking you're first look and a farewell, if you've finsihed listening.
The Texas Chain Saw Massacre
Tobe Hooper's classic horror film has a reputation that proceeds it. Notoriously the BBFC refused the film a certificate even with cuts due to the very nature of the film.
Dario Argento's classic supernatural horror is an incredible achievment, both visually stunning and scary.
Even fans of Jean Rollin's work aren't that keen on Zombie Lake, that includes the director himself. But Rollin managed to make some beautiful and fascinating films during his career
The Hills Have Eyes
In an inhospitable part of California Wes Craven returned to the horror genre and created a cult classic.
One of Charles Band's first productions features an amazing cast for a very sombre mad scientist movie. Better know as Mansion Of The Doomed
I see video nasties I click
Fantastic podcast . I remember my dad coming home from the pub on a Sunday via the video shop with cannibal ferox , driller killer etc . My mum used to crack up. Serious though really enjoying the podcast , Chris knows his stuff thanks!
Great History of the Nasties!
Fantastic, highly informative podcast on the infamous Video Nasties.
There’s a big emphasis on the production side of things, which is great as this side of the story seemed to be overshadowed a lot by censorship and other controversies.
A must listen for horror fans, cinephiles and just those who want to understand the UK in the 80’s a little more (from an unconventional, but enlightening angel).
Cheers for doing this mang! I’m a big fan of vhs n Video nasties so I really appreciate t!