Banned Exploited Blacklisted The Underground Work Of Controversial Filmmaker Shane Ryan

2018

Fakkah Fuzz: Almost Banned

6.0

Stand-up comic Fakkah Fuzz mines cross-cultural humor from the experience of growing up as an outspoken Malay man in Singapore.

1989

Banned

5.0

A mellow jazz guitarist is possessed by the ghost of a wild punk rocker.

1998

Banned from Television

4.3

A collection of uncensored video clips deemed too racy or violent for broadcast television.

1998

Banned from Television II

0.0

Gore Film/ Video Banned from TV

2006

The Town That Banned Christmas

3.0

The competition heats up at the annual Greenlawn Christmas Decorating Contest when Norbert Bridges moves to town and stirs up trouble with the reigning champion Donnie Manning. But when the town outlaws Christmas after things get out of control it s up to the feuding neighbors to save Christmas.

2015

Banned Cartoons

0.0

Out he did go with one thought in mind: To capture the poor little sheep.

1999

Banned! In America IV

0.0

BANNED IN AMERICA IV gives you 4 times the action, 4 times the gore of any other shockumentary. We dare to show you the most brutal accidents, the most disturbing crime scenes, the most terrifying footage of ma, animal and machine gone wild. Do you have what it takes to watch?

1981

Citizens Banned

0.0

The last in Phil Munnoch aka Captain Zip's series of 8mm portraits of the London punk scene captures the movement in decline - and Chelsea's last gasp as a bohemian enclave. Zip's extended family of young punks - including Katie Thunder and Wobble - are still a close-knit bunch, defiantly living it up on the Kings Road. But by 1981 they were a tourist attraction, posing for photos with curious straights for a few quid.

2008

Affliction: Banned

0.0

Affliction: Banned a mixed martial arts event co-promoted by Affliction Clothing and Adrenaline MMA. It took place on July 19, 2008 at the Honda Center in Anaheim, California. The card at Banned featured many of the top MMA heavyweight fighters. One of em is Fedor Emelianenko fighting against former UFC Heavyweight Champion Tim Sylvia.

1998

Banned! In America I

1.0

"Banned In America" shows video clips of the darkest elements of human nature, society, and life; the very things that bring fear and disgust into our collective existences. Whether it be live executions, live suicides, or miscellaneous forms of evil, "America" shows us that a sinister world of death lies right outside our door, just waiting for our number to be called.

1998

Banned! in America II

3.0

This shocking, graphic release from the Banned in America franchise offers a disturbing collection of footage that is most definitely not appropriate for kids. The real, unedited scenes captured for the release include fatal car crashes, brutal acts of extreme, bloody violence, grotesque stunts, and more. ~ Cammila Albertson, Rovi

2004

Banned in Oklahoma

0.0

A documentary that covers the 1997 Oklahoma confiscation of the film "The Tin Drum" due to a judicial ruling of child pornography, and the six years of legal wranglings that ensued.

2017

I'm With the Banned

0.0

Musicians from countries on the original Travel Ban set out to collaborate with American musicians on new songs.

2017

When Football Banned Women

0.0

Clare Balding uncovers the remarkable hidden history of women's football, which briefly dominated the game, attracting crowds of up to 60,000, before a Football Association ban in 1921

2001

Cartoon Crazys: Banned and Censored

0.0

Collection of old cartoons banned by the prudes of the Hayes Commission in the 1930s for various reasons. Most are fairly tame by today's standards, though there are some politically incorrect stereotypes in some of the cartoons. From the Cover: Just what was the Hayes Office up to in the 1930’s and 1940’s when they banned and Censored hundreds of films. Now see many of the cartoons which were censored and banned, at the time, from theaters and television with a full description of why, and copies of the laws and resolutions which made the screen safe for America. Enjoy 13 full-length, fully restored, and sound enhanced animated examples. This is a historical presentation of old cartoons that may have some mildly suggestive themes, as well as outdated racial stereotypes, so parental discretion is advised.

1999

Banned! in America III

0.0

This shocking, graphic release from the Banned in America franchise offers a disturbing collection of footage that is most definitely not appropriate for kids. The real, unedited scenes captured for the release include fatal car crashes, brutal acts of extreme, bloody violence, grotesque stunts, and more. ~ Cammila Albertson, Rovi

2000

Banned! In America V: The Final Chapter

0.0

Exercise your First Amendment Right to see this video! These are the shocking images the censors don't want you to see - and this tiem, we've saved the worst for last!

2014

Britain's Most Dangerous Songs: Listen to the Banned

7.0

From My Little Stick of Blackpool Rock to God Save the Queen, this is the story of ten records from the 1930s to the present day that have been banned by the BBC. The reasons why these songs were censored reveals the changing controversies around youth culture over the last 75 years, with Bing Crosby and the Munchkins among the unlikely names to have met the wrath of the BBC. With contributions from Carrie Grant, Paul Morley, Stuart Maconie, Glen Matlock, Mike Read and Jon Robb.

2003

Time Machine: Banned From The Bible

7.0

Time Machine: Banned from the Bible in 2003. Banned from the Bible discusses the ancient books that did not become part of the Biblical canon.

2003

Banned from the Bible

8.0

Banned from the Bible is a documentary television series that originally aired on the History Channel as Time Machine: Banned from the Bible in 2003. Banned from the Bible discusses the ancient books that did not become part of the biblical canon. The series was continued with Banned from the Bible II in 2007.

1969

Banned from the Bible II

8.0

Banned from the Bible II continues from the original documentary Banned from the Bible, and was aired on The History Channel. The documentary introduces several books that were excluded from the biblical canon.

1969

Banned by PBS: Muslims Against Jihad

0.0

Islam vs. Islamists: Voices from the Muslim Center was a documentary produced for PBS's series America at a Crossroads. It came to prominence when producer Martyn Burke, dissatisfied with the Corporation for Public Broadcasting's refusal to air the documentary unless he made certain changes, accused the organization of not wanting to air it for political reasons. Burke objected to pressure from one of PBS's executives who argued that the moderates portrayed in the film should not be considered true Muslims. PBS argued, in response, that there was not enough room to air this particular documentary as part of the series, citing there were only 11 hours of airtime with 21 approved film projects. Corporation for Public Broadcasting replied that the 'film simply needs work but stands a chance to be aired eventually as a "stand-alone" program in the future.' CPB representative Michael Leavy said the film violated PBS standards and the grant agreement, but did not claim in what way the film fell short of the standards, citing CPB is only responsible for funding programs, not their content. PBS executives reportedly sent notes to the producers, saying the film would 'demonize Islam.' On April 25, 2007, Islam vs. Islamists was reviewed by Members of Congress, sponsored by Joe Lieberman, James Inhofe, and Reps. Trent Franks, Brad Sherman. A day later, Franks drafted a letter urging PBS to air the documentary removed by PBS.