The eagerly awaited follow-up to Kerekes & Slater's acclaimed "Killing for Culture, See No Evil "is an exhaustive and startling overview of Britain's video nasty' culture which chronicles the phenomenal rise of video technology, concern for the children', the clampdown of the Video Recordings Act (1984), and video's alleged associations with criminal activity. "See No Evil "contains studies of film-induced' murder cases (Columbine and Michael Rambo' Ryan), interviews with the video underground' (bootleggers and dealers), plus detailed and insightful commentary on contentious movies in both Britain and the US.