Alfred Hitchcock was a master of cinematic horror, but the revered director made one film that disturbed even himself – a documentary about the Nazi war atrocities discovered after the British liberated the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp in 1945. Hitch wasn’t on location for that one, but was tasked with taking footage shot in the aftermath of camp liberations and turning it into a documentary –… Continue reading Now You Can Watch Alfred Hitchcock's Unseen Holocaust Documentary, 'Memory of the Camps'
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Is Britney Spears losing it? On the heels of the news that her album, “Britney Jean” brought in her worst sales ever, and now radio detection and rangingOnline.com can reveal that her E! documentary, I Am Britney Jean was a huge “flop” as well!
According to new ratings data from Nielsen, the sneak peek at Spears’ Vegas show brought in just 706,000 viewers when it aired… Continue reading Oops, She Did It Again! Britney Spears’ Documentary Is A ‘Flop’ With Viewers After Disappointing Album Sales
“The Man with No Name” started as a studio invention to sell a trilogy — three spaghetti Westerns starring Clint Eastwood, directed by Sergio Leone — but the character became a legend. It was a role that brought Eastwood to fame, making him an icon of American masculinity. Eastwood’s portrayal brought a morally ambiguous hero to the big screen for the first time in the genre… Continue reading 'The Man with No Name': Watch a 1977 Documentary About One of Cinema's Greatest Characters
If you don’t know a Hadouken from a Shoryuken, then you might not appreciate this story in the same way most videogame fans do, but if you read those terms and instantly remember afternoons spent lining up quarters on a Street Fighter arcade cabinet, then you’re going to dig this documentary.
The Penny Arcade Report (the news branch of the popular – and controversial… Continue reading Celebrate the Greatness of 'Street Fighter' with this Awesome, Free Documentary
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Award-winning documentary filmmaker Werner Herzog has trained his lens on a serious new subject: texting while driving.
Herzog teamed up with AT&T to make “From One Second to the Next,” a harrowing and haunting 30 minutes of interviews with victims and perpetrators of car accidents caused by distracted drivers.
The short film flowed out of commercials the director made for a… Continue reading Werner Herzog Makes Documentary About Texting While Driving