Diamanda Hagan Reviews (partially lost online video review series; 2009-2016)

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Diamanda Hagan, as seen in her reviews.

Status: Partially Lost

Diamanda Hagan is an online film and TV reviewer, formerly a Channel Awesome producer, known for her reviews of obscure films and British Television shows. Due to a combination of copyright strikes on her Youtube Channel, blip.tv and her own website HaganTube[1] going down, many of her videos have no known copies. The only remaining proof of the videos' existence are their corresponding entries on Hagan's Wordpress.[2]

Lost content[edit | edit source]

According to her Youtube Channel,[3] 25 of her videos are privated, in addition to an unknown number that were struck from YouTube entirely, (including From Beyond and the Next Doctor Twatty Who review), some that were struck for violating YouTube's Terms of Service due to the graphic nature of the films being reviewed (such as the Vomit Gore trilogy).

Review Status
Ilsa, She-Wolf of the SS Found
The Raspberry Reich Found
The Perils of Gwendoline in the Land of the Yik-Yak Found
Schizophreniac: The Whore Mangler Found
Emmanuelle 5 Found
Bad Biology Found
Necromaniac Found
Stonewall and Riot: The Ultimate Orgasm Found
Maniac Nurses Find Ecstasy Found
Chirpy Found
The Genderfellator Found
Forgive Me For Raping You Found
Zombiechrist Found
Dolla Morte Found
Naked Killer Found
The Cuckoo Clocks of Hell (Schizophreniac 3) Found
King Solomon's Mines Found
Emanuelle in America Found
ReGOREgitated Sacrifice Found
The Passion of the Christ Found
Bitch Slap (100th Episode Special) Found
From Beyond Found
Elf-Man Found
Slow Torture Puke Chamber Found
Sugar High Glitter City Found
Chirpy Returns Found
The Elf on the Shelf Found[4]
Monsturd Found
August Underground's Mordum [5] Lost
Twatty Who - The Next Doctor Lost

Availability[edit | edit source]

Hagan has confirmed she has copies of the missing episodes, but no secure place to host them online.[6] In addition, they may be among the unlabeled videos from the first Archive Team grab of blip.tv.[7].

Internet Archive Collection[edit | edit source]

In 2020 Many of Hagan's reviews were posted to the Internet Archive [8]

See Also[edit | edit source]

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