“Banning is not even an option” – Interview with Steve Jones

As you may have seen already, most banned films fall under the horror category. It just seems to be that horror is the genre that really bothers the censors. As this is the case, it is important to go to someone who flat out loves the genre. Steve Jones, 41, is a live music manager, … Continue reading “Banning is not even an option” – Interview with Steve Jones

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“I am very anti-censorship in cinema, music and life in general” – Interview with Andy Deen

Andy Deen, 46, is a man who knows his horror. Owner of the website UK Horror Scene, he is also the editor and director of the Triple Six Horror Festival, which runs May 27 and 28 at the AMC Cinema, Manchester. In between working on the website and pulling together details for the upcoming festival, … Continue reading “I am very anti-censorship in cinema, music and life in general” – Interview with Andy Deen

“The UK has always struggled with horror.” – Interview with Chris Brown

Horror has always been a controversial subject. It has always been something that people have not always fully understood. One man who does understand it is Chris Brown. Chris, 36, is the writer of The Last Horror Podcast, Video Nasties Podcast and History Of Horror Podcast. When asked for his thoughts on the Video Nasty saga, … Continue reading “The UK has always struggled with horror.” – Interview with Chris Brown

“That’s when the boundaries are crossed, when you take it to real life” – Interview with Chris Nials

When looking at the history of banned movies, you should probably go to someone with a deep interest and love in horror films. That is where Chris Nials comes in. Chris, 34, is the founder of The London Horror Society, who specialize, unsurprisingly, in all things horror. The most important question is whether, as a horror … Continue reading “That’s when the boundaries are crossed, when you take it to real life” – Interview with Chris Nials

“You can die for your country, but God forbid you watch a movie” – Interview with James Cullen Bressack

It must be a strange sensation to make a movie only to have it banned. You put everything into making a film, only to be told that it will not be released. While this is happening less here in the UK, it does still happen occasionally. It happened to Nick Palumbo with Murder-Set-Pieces, who said: "The … Continue reading “You can die for your country, but God forbid you watch a movie” – Interview with James Cullen Bressack