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Author: Kate Egan
ISBN: 0719072328
Pages: 288 pages
Publisher: Manchester University Press (November 1, 2007)
Language: English
Category: Politics & Government
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e-Book Trash or treasure: Censorship and the changing meanings of the video nasties (Inside Popular Film MUP) epub download

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Trash or Treasure: Censor. has been added to your Basket. Kate Egan is Lecturer in Film Studies in Aberstwyth University.

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Trash or treasure is a wide-ranging historical study of the British circulation of the video nasties - a term that was originally coined to ban a group of horror videos in Britain in the 1980s but which continues to have cultural resonance in Britain up to the present day.

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Video Nasties: Moral Panic, Censorship & Videotape A documentary analyzing the furore which so-called "video nasties" caused in Britain during the. Forgot to post yesterday but let's do it now! 31 full days to watch horror films so let's start the with a bang! . Take a look at this documentary, Video Nasties, of the most gory horror films in a time when censorship was at an all time peak.

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Kate Egan, Aberystwyth University, Department of Theatre Film and . Censorship and the Changing Meanings of the Video Nasties more. More Info: Inside Popular Film Series, Manchester University Press, 2007.

Kate Egan, Aberystwyth University, Department of Theatre Film and Television Studies, Faculty Member. Studies The Horror Film, British cinema, and Film Censorship.

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Trash or treasure is a wide-ranging historical study of the British circulation of the video nasties - a term that was originally coined in order to ban a group of horror videos in Britain in the 1980s. Through an exploration of the range of historical materials, the book examines how this unusual genre category was formulated in a particular context and then used (for different reasons) by moral campaigners, distributors, critics and fans. By examining the discourses that inform the circulation of a group of banned films, the book argues that censorship is not just about rules and regulations, but also about the discourses that generate censorship, and the cultural and commercial consequences of a censorship act or law. The book will be of great interest to lecturers and students of film and popular culture, as well as enthusiasts of horror films and those interested in film censorship debates.