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All This Mayhem

DrugsSport Presenter Eddie Martin 2014 Unrated

All This Mayhem, a 2014 documentary by filmmaker Eddie Martin which tells a brutally frank story of what happens when raw talent, drugs and extreme personalities collide.   This film follows Tas and Ben Pappas, two brothers whos charisma and dedication took them to the top of their sport,[...]

Stoked: The Rise and Fall of Gator

CrimeSport Presenter Helen Stickler 2002 Unrated

Stoked: The Rise and Fall of Gator, a 2002 sports documentary by American filmmaker Helen Stickler looking at the rise and fall of 80's skateboarding legend Mark "Gator" Rogowski.   Rogowski (born August 10, 1966, in New York), is a professional skater who was most famous du[...]

Nazi Collaborators

Nazi Collaborators, a 13-part war documentary series hosted by Alastair Simpson which tells the stories of some of those who collaborated with Nazi Germany during World War 2.   Many, many people, companies and other groups decided to collaborate with Adolf Hitler and the Nazi regime lead[...]

World War II Behind Closed Doors: Stalin, the Nazis and the West

World War II Behind Closed Doors: Stalin, the Nazis and the West, a six-part documentary narrated by British actor Samuel West which looks into the Soviet-German relations around the time of World War 2.   The film, which was created by historian Laurence Rees and writer Andrew Williams f[...]

Royal Marines: Behind the Lines

Military & War Presenter Ian Wooldridge 1985 Unrated

Royal Marines: Behind the Lines, a 1985 documentary series following 25 prospective elite Royal Marines as they go through the tough training process that will push them to the edge.

Battlefield Britain

HistoryMilitary & War Presenter Dan Snow 2004 Unrated

Battlefield Britain, an 8-part documentary series presented by Dan Snow and his father Peter Snow that looks into many famous battles that helped shape the Great Britain we know today.   Peter talks through the setting of each battle and the military tactics that were used, while Dan goes[...]

The British Empire in Colour

History Presenter Art Malik 2002 Unrated

The British Empire in Colour, 2002 three-part documentary series which looks into the rise and fall of the British Empire, presented in restored colour footage.   The film primarily focuses on how the empire fell apart induced by how leaders of Britain handled major events such as World W[...]

Building the Great Cathedrals

ArtEngineering Presenter Jay O. Sanders 2010 Unrated

Building the Great Cathedrals: Gothic cathedrals are some of the most magnificent buildings on the planet, featuring stunning architecture and intricate artwork. They are easily some of the best achievements in human history.   This documentary hosted by Jay O. Sanders looks into how[...]

American Sheriff

American Sheriff, a 2018 law-and-order documentary by Lucy Kennedy as part of the Faultlines series for the Aljazeera news network, investigating the power of sheriffs in the United States.   The film is very critical of the enormous amount of power sheriffs possess, and sometimes abuse.[...]

Shanghai: Life in the Megacity

Society Presenter 2018 Unrated

Shanghai: Life in the Megacity, a 2018 DW Documentary production that takes us into Chinas most populated city with an estimated 23 million inhabitants.   Millions of more people are expected to be living there year-on-year, which could make it the biggest city in the world, for it is alr[...]

Third Reich: The Rise & Fall

Military & War Presenter Tony Call 2010 Unrated

Third Reich: The Rise & Fall, a 2010 documentary which features painstakingly researched rare archive footage and unheard interviews with people who were inside Hitlers Germany.   There are many documentaries about World War 2, but this documentary takes viewers directly into Germany[...]

The Vietnam War

Military & War Presenter Peter Coyote 2017 Unrated

The Vietnam War, a 17-and-a-quarter-hour long documentary series which explores in great detail many of the most significant events that happened during The Vietnam War.   The series was written by Geoffrey C. Ward and directed by Ken Burns and Lynn Novick. It includes more than 79 witnes[...]

Dark States Trafficking Sex

CrimeSexuality Presenter Louis Theroux 2017 Unrated

In Dark States Trafficking Sex, British broadcaster and documentary filmmaker Louis Theroux travels to Huston, Texas, the fourth largest city in the United States and a place where a huge number of people trafficked through for the sex trade.   It has been estimated that around one in fiv[...]

H.O.P.E.: What You Eat Matters

H.O.P.E.: What You Eat Matters, a 2016 documentary by Austrian author and filmmaker Nina Messinger which investigates possible solutions to the world hunger problem.   The main point the film makes is to highlight how ruinously inefficient eating meat has been and is. For while 65 billion[...]

Bones Brigade: An Autobiography

Sport Presenter Stacy Peralta 2012 Unrated

Bones Brigade: An Autobiography, a 2012 skateboarding documentary by the director of Dogtown and Z-boys Stacy Peralta.   The film follows the story of the Bones Brigade, a skateboarding team set-up in the early 1980's by George Powell and Stacy Peralta. By 1984 the team consisted of s[...]

The Last Patrol (preview)

The Last Patrol, a 2014 war documentary by Sebastian Junger within which two journalists and two veterans examine war.   The film is the last in a trio by Junger about the War in Afghanistan. The previous two were "Restrepo" (2010) and "Korengal" (2014). While the firs[...]

Tell Spring Not to Come This Year

Tell Spring Not to Come This Year, a 2015 documentary about the Afghanistan war by Saeed Taji Farouky and Michael McEvoy.  It is a story told through the eyes of the Afghan people.   Many documentaries about the war in Afghanistan are shown from the point of view of the American and[...]


McCullin, a 2013 biographical documentary directed by David Morris and Jacqui Morris about Don McCullin who is considered to be the greatest war photographer alive.   More than just a film about Don, this doc is a journey into the history of photojournalism through the eyes of McCullin. T[...]

The Sky at Night, Guides, Planets

Science Presenter Maggie Aderin-Pocock 2018 Unrated

Planets have fascinated humans since the dawn of humanity, and have been named after gods. Our understanding of these objects has changed drastically over the last century and in hommage The Sky at Night, Guides, Planets takes us on a journey through our exploration of them.

Point and Shoot

Point and Shoot, a 2014 biographical war documentary about Matthew Vandyke, a 26-year-old man who decided to set out on an extraordinary 35,000-mile motorbike journey across South Africa and the Middle East.   The plan was to develop his sense of manhood and enjoy an adventure but hi[...]

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Do You Trust This Computer?

jrtdixie rated

Good video. I showed this to my current events class as we have been talking about the FB issues and sharing data, so this fit right in. Worth watching for sure!

Reviewed on April 23, 2018

The Queens Green Planet

I guess "Being There by Kosinski" makes even more sense now.

Reviewed on April 22, 2018

Zero Hour The Massacre at Columbine High

Nooby rated

I could have done better

Reviewed on April 21, 2018

Andre The Giant - Larger Than Life

This guy made Arnold Schwarzenegger look small

Reviewed on April 08, 2018

The Beginning and End of the Universe

interesting perspective on life and the universe. not sure if I can fully get behind the theory but it certainly is entertaining

Reviewed on February 22, 2018

Professor Green: Working Class White Men

Vic rated

V.good. A little biased as with leading questions for Lewis but still valuable piece of work.

Reviewed on February 21, 2018

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