VICE is back! World’s Scaries Drug finds Ryan Duffy taking us to Colombia and to see a mighty drug called Scopalamine, also known as “The Devil’s Breath.” See why!The drug seems like something out of a James Bond movie – or something that Joker would unleash on the citizens of Gotham City. The drug is so potent that it can render a person completely incapable of free will.The documentary start
Journey of One tells peoples stories using the photofilm format, giving a fascinating and intimate glimpse into individual lives.
Heroin story is a BBC documentary about a former heroin addict in recovery.
Deep in the Amazon, Rob a former Wall Street broker turned healer has created a free clinic of sorts, administering the highly potent narcotic ayahuasca to trauma patients.
In the late 1980s the Arellano-Felix brothers take over the Tijuana Cartel. Using a network of tunnels, modified cars, boats and planes they flood the US with billions of dollars worth of drugs; quickly establishing themselves as the worlds largest smugglers of cocaine.To protect this business the brothers recruit and train an army of American gang bangers. When rival cartels attempt to muscle
Filmed in the summer of 2011, 'the Decrepit' is a micro-budget project (less than $5k) that was made to provide an empowering voice to the people of the Downtown Eastside of Vancouver.Too often these people are taken out of context and made to look as though they are 'human trash' by broadcasters and filmmakers.Hear what these people have to say in the context which they intended.
twenty-five years after crack cocaine ravaged American cities,this documentary explores how the drug also transformed popular culture, especially hip-hop. Narrated and executive produced by Ice-T, "Planet Rock: The Story of Hip Hop and the Crack Generation" is the first documentary to focus specifically on the connections between crack and hip-hop. Based primarily on the first-person accounts of f
A British man, known as Dave Kent has experienced the dangers of hash first-hand. An ex-smuggler imprisoned in a tough North African prison for three years, Dave provides you with an insight into the hash trade. British professor Robin Murray reveals psychological risks associated with the drug and you will also explore the medical use of this non-life-threatening substance.
Rule Britannia scours the UK to partake of all the sordid offerings of this green, pleasant and messed-up land. Under the surface of Swansea, things are a little different than it initially looks.Here they befriend a gang of young addicts caught up in South Wales’ largely ignored heroin epidemic. We find topless fire-breathing dance troupes, old sailors, and two little kids in one of the city’