Gods & Monsters return to complete the saga of the darkest days of UK home entertainment with the DPP’s Section 3 list of titles. These films were considered alarming enough to concern Magistrate’s Courts but had less of a chance of being found foul enough to lead to convictions should they progress to the High Court. Still liable at the time for seizure and forfeiture, they will now grace the final sets of our Video Nasties Lurid Trumps.
These titles will be split across two decks of Lurid Trumps – series 4, the James Anderton set, is available separately.
x40 Plastic-coated, round-cornered cards
Top quality games-board
Exclusive title card featuring the visage of a key player in the farrago, in this case, Sir Graham Bright
All decks sent plastic-sealed and housed in a plastic case for transport and display.
Limited to 200 sets worldwide. Existing passengers will be aware of crazy internet auction prices on the Whitehouse and Ferman sets…do not miss out!
Postage costs all included:
Our cover-star, Graham Bright. The now Sir Graham Bright introduced the two private member’s bills which eventually became the Video Recordings Act in the UK. More magnificently, he claimed (and who’s to say he’s wrong?) that there was evidence that dogs could be corrupted by being exposed to the films which would eventually become banned. Graham joins Mary Whitehouse and James Ferman in our Hall of Infamy.