I'm currently watching a movie, that when I was a child, was banned in my household by my father. We weren't allowed to watch it as long as we lived in that house--we did anyway.
My father banned 2 films, and one book from the house. The two films were:
Silence of the Lambs and Lord of the Flies.
Lord of the Flies.
Why? I have no idea on Silence of the Lambs; perhaps it was the cannibalism or the ending, I don't know. I mean we saw much more violent and/or horrific movies than that. He had no problem with A Clockwork Orange but Silence of the Lambs, that was just too far.
Lord of the Flies is because he read the book as a child and he didn't care for the apparent cannibalistic part of "piggy". If that's in the book, I don't know, never read it.
I guess since he's not into cannibalism than no child of his would be exposed to it, or something.
When he found out the lead singer of Queen was gay he almost banned that but I told him the lead singer of REM (my favorite group since 1992) was also gay he seemed to step back. His views has become more liberal since then.
How about any of you?