Video Nasties Podcast

Looking at all 72 films from the Video Nasties List

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Video Nasties Podcast Launches Redbubble Shop

shopLike many podcasts that have gone before and many that, no doubt, will come again, Video Nasties Podcast has opened its own shop. At the moment I’m offering T-Shirts, Hoodies and stickers with more to come in the future.

It’s not just logos but also horror posters and other designs in the pipeline. Show your support and get a shirt. The store is now open here 

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Ban This Sick Filth – Internet Censorship And The Video Nasties

the-controversy-00-630-75It was a with a wry smile I read the transcript of David Cameron’s speech today. History is repeating itself.

With the news that the Government is aiming to censor the internet it’s worth the Video Nasties Podcast taking a little look at what’s happening and drawing a few parallels between today’s announcement and what happened 30 years ago.

David Cameron’s speech can be split into three aspects; Continue reading

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Chris is interviewed by Complete Sentences Podcast about Night Gallery

rjEC0IaBefore the Video Nasties Podcast Chris spent two and a half years writing The Night Gallery Podcast about Rod Serling’s 1970s show. Here he speaks to Ty and Rocky from the Complete Sentences Podcast about the programme and his feelings on it before discussing a little about the Video Nasties.

For the first time Chris goes into detail about his favourite Night Gallery episodes and and how the podcast came into being in the first place.

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Some new promo pictures for the website

Here’s a few promo images I’ve made for the website.

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Chris interviewed by The Double Negative Arts Website

logoThe movie and arts website The Double Negative has interviewed Video Nasties Podcast host Chris Brown about his newly launched podcast and website.

Chris talks about his nostalgia for the time, his plans for the podcast and tries to explain the allure of some of these films.

He also explains his feelings on the cultural significance and impact of the Video Nasties furore to the Liverpool-based website.

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