7) Nigel Neale's The Year of the Sex Olympics
This television play from the creator of Quatermass takes place in a terrible future where society is divided into the "low drives" who are basically the working class, and the the "hi-drives" who control the media and society. To keep the "low-drives" pacified, the "hi-drives" give them a constant flow of crappy reality television, culminating with a family stuck on an island with a psycho killer. It's a satire on media culture that feels more prescient today than in the 1960s —
And this do's not happen today?
I've only seen two - Logan's Run and Demolition Man.
Hang on, you can't mention Jenny Agutter with out mentioning An American werewolf in London, she was hot to trot in that film
That Farrow bloke you executed today, are you sure he's dead?
Well I chopped his head off, that usually does the trick.
Yes, don't get clever with me Baldrick. I just thought you might have lopped off a leg or something by mistake.
No, the thing I chopped off had a nose.