The Watts family homicides was a crime that shook America, occurring on the early morning of August 13, 2018 when Chris Watts murdered his pregnant wife Shanann and two children Bella, 4, and Celeste, 3, in their home in Frederick, Colorado. What made this case special was the fact that it was one of the first to be documented from start to finish in first perso...
One of the worlds great rivers flows from the heart of Africa, it cuts through the largest rainforest outside of the Amazon and contains wildlife found nowhere else on Earth. The Democratic Republic of Congo is a vast beautiful but tormented place. The country is mineral rich but the people are a
In late February of 1998 conflict erupted in Kosovo between the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia forces and the Kosovo Albanian rebel group known as the Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA) whom had air support provided by NATO. This conflict lasted until 11 June 1999. A study carried out estimated that the p
Such Is Life: The Troubled Times of Ben Cousins is an Australian film which was released in 2010, it is an examination of the life of Ben Cousins, an Australian rules football player. Recorded over a 2 year period we see how Cousins rose to fame as a star player for the West Coast Eagles and from he
It should come as no surprise that police officers put themselves into some very dangerous situations on a daily basis and with the rise of body cameras the severity of these situations is becoming more and more apparent as we are exposed to the footage captured of these events. In this documentary
Filmmaker Will Parker sets out in search of the "Perfect Gangster", he meets up with several ex-mobster from New York, but there is one in particular that stands out to him. His name is John Alite, an ex-Gambino Associate who has just recently been released from prison, since his release Alite has b
Boiling Point is a five part documentary miniseries which was released by Channel 4 back in 1999. It follows now celebrity chief Gordon Ramsay over the course of an eight month period, a period which could easily be described as the most intense months of his life as he ventured out on his own for t
Over 10,000 young girls are being groomed for sex by men of Pakistani origin here in the United Kingdom. The media cover it up, the police are afraid to prosecute over it and politicians lie about it. What chance do the young girls really have?
Through a series of interviews, this film argues that the bizarre events surrounding the 9/11 attacks, and the equally bizarre prosecution of the so-called “war on terror”, can be more credibly understood in the wider context of an imminent divergence between the supply and demand of global oil.
Looking for Fidel is a documentary film by Oliver Stone, released in 2004. It is a follow-up to his 2003 documentary Comandante and likewise consists of interviews with the Cuban leader Fidel Castro. This time, interviews of some Cuban political dissidents are included as well. The film specifically
The 100 Greatest Scary Moments on TV and film hosted by Jimmy Carr. Celebrity guests include John Carpenter, Janet Leigh, Wes Craven, Alice Cooper, Robert Englund, Christopher Lee and Stephen Spielberg. Actor Jack Nicholson’s cry of “Here’s Johnny” as he axes his way through a door in pursuit of