You wouldn’t be at fault for wondering why The Friedman family are getting their own documentary when you start watching this movie. The shocking reveal of child-pornography and sexual assault allegations may seem surprising but are not unique and you begin … Continue reading Documentary Month: Capturing the Friedmans (2003) Review
You could make a fairly convincing argument for The Thin Blue Line being the first “true crime” documentary. It is certainly one to inspire the likes of Serial or The Making of a Murderer. From it’s in-depth look at the system … Continue reading Documentary Month: The Thin Blue Line (1988) Review
Horror is well and truly behind us and this month we take a reflective look at a conflict ending 100 years ago this November. World War 1 is an event that hasn’t made it to the big screen as often as … Continue reading WW1 and Documentary Month: The Launch!