Often times in interviews they want to see samples of what you have done in the past. I'm a huge movie buff, and when I was a student I made a website of all of my favorite movies. Each movie had a review written by me. I put a lot of effort into it and I'm happy to show it off.
My only problem is, in some reviews I talk about things that may make people uncomfortable. Examples below.
The Death of Stalin: The scene in the Gulag. Not a bad thing by itself but there is a humorous element to it which my be taken the wrong way.
American History X: The Nazi rape scene. Extremely powerful and important to the movie, but I can see how the topic may make some people uncomfortable.
Oldboy: The hammer scene. Again a very important scene in the movie, but not the topic you want to discuss for job interview.
There are easily another couple of dozen topics in my reviews that might be considered taboo. Should I just not show this website during job interviews, or alternatively make a sanitized PG version of it? Seems like a shame since that would eliminate almost half my reviews.