Posts tagged with ‘documentaries

The unfinished documentary about Tim Burton’s unfinished Nic Cage Superman movie, written by Kevin Smith, finally gets a trailer

Ooooh, I want to see.

Things that will piss you off this morning: Captain Janeway narrates a documentary about how the Earth is the center of the universe

Kate “Captain Janeway” Mulgrew set to narrate a documentary about how god made the Earth and  how it is the center of the universe because, you know, that shit makes perfect fucking sense. Michio Kaku and Lawrence Krauss also make appearances, hopefully only because they, as well as Mulgrew, just needed an easy paycheck and a good laugh. And no, the date of the video or link is not April 1st. 

I’m going to go cry under a pile of blankets in the corner while pulling on a jug of cheap grain alcohol while listening to Mozart’s Requiem.

Video World - The Death of a Video Store

Video World is like other movie rental stores. It’s the best place in town to discover new films. It also went out of business. Documentary filmmaker Ben Churchill returns to his hometown of Woodbury, Connecticut to capture the store’s final weeks and celebrate the dying culture of local video stores.

Alfred Hitchcock’s Holocaust documentary to finally be released

The documentary will be shown in tandem with a new documentary, “Night Will Fall,” at festivals and in theaters, as well as on British television to mark the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II. Hitchcock was approached in 1945 by his friend and producer Sidney Bernstein about the possibility of helping with a documentary based on footage shot in the Nazi concentration camps by British and Soviet army units. Upon first viewing the footage, the director of “Psycho” and “The 39 Steps” was reportedly so traumatized that he avoided the film studio for a week.

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The Act of Killing is exactly the kind of thing you would expect from Warner Herzog and Errol Morris

A strange documentary in which unrepentant members of an Indonesian death squad re-create their crimes in the style of a Hollywood action movie.

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Garbage Pail Kids documentary? Garbage Pail Kids documentary. Let’s do this.

30 years of puke, snot, poop and more…all gloriously wrapped up in a brand new documentary!  Click the link below to see how you can help make this project come to life!!


Afternoon documentaries: Charlie Brooker on How Video Games Changed the World

Jonathan Ross and Dara O’Briain join Charlie Brooker to explore the history of interactive entertainment and how it’s changing how we work, communicate and play.

IHC Movie Reviews: Blackfish (2013)

Blackfish is in some theatres now, and is getting wider release soon. A documentary about a killer whale from Sea World, this film focuses on what happens when a wild animal is yanked out of the wild, submitted to detrimental conditions, and forced to perform daily. It’s a pretty controversial subject, and the film itself has caused Sea World a good deal of hassle. But how is it? Is it a thoughtful intelligent  documentary, or should it be left in a dark shallow pool?

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IHC After Dark: ‘Our Drugs War: Part One’

A great documentary on what everyone but lawmakers know well by now, that the “War on Drugs” in both America and Great Britain has done fuck all to curb drug use. Click through the video for the rest of the series.

Indie documentary ‘Citizen Koch’ well on its way to its $150k crowdfunding goal

When two directors, Carl Deal and Tia Lessin were granted $150,000 from PBS to create a documentary that would have not put the powerful Koch brothers in an unfavorable light, funding was suddenly pulled when the brothers Koch paid PBS off to have the documentary left unmade. But then the story about a story trying to be told got out, the two directors saw an opportunity to have the film crowdfunded via Kickstarter. After blasting through their first goal of $75k, they’re now looking to recoup the rest of their $150,000 to make ‘Citizen Koch’ a reality.

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Vice documentary of the day: ‘This Is What Winning Looks Like’

"This Is What Winning Looks Like" is a disturbing new documentary about the ineptitude, drug abuse, sexual misconduct, and corruption of the Afghan security forces as well as the reduced role of US Marines due to the troop withdrawal.

Weekend documentaries: ‘Master of Cinema: John Carpenter’

In this hour long documentary, learn about director John Carpenter, his early work and what inspired his career.

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