It’s All in the Data (Documentary Review: “The Great Hack”)

The shocking truth behind the biggest manipulation of data in the history of mankind. And this is just the tipping point. Continue Reading →


Sleeping Beauties (Documentary Review: “Life Overtakes Me”)

A bizarre medical phenomenon hitting children of immigrant refugee families in Sweden (and beyond), in which they slowly detach from the world to the point of a slumber from which they cannot awaken. Continue Reading →


The Lie that Saved the World (Documentary Review: “Garbo the Spy”)

A peculiar documentary about perhaps the most peculiar double agent the world has ever seen, who duped the Nazis in a concocted deception that saved the entire D-Day operation. Continue Reading →


Gangs of Siena -or- Corruption on Bareback (Documentary Review: “Palio”)

Il Palio di Siena is the oldest horse race in Italy. And as the fascinating documentary, Palio makes crystal clear, it’s not so much a race as it is a game. You don’t bet on the horse; it’s all about the jockey. Continue Reading →


From the Fyre Into The Frying Pan (Documentary Review: “Fyre: The Greatest Party That Never Happened”)

If Survivor slipped a Roofie to Lord of the Flies and some demon spawn was unleashed on the hashtag world of poseurs and FOMO ‘influencers’, it still wouldn’t hold a candle to the level of crazy that was the Frye Festival. You’ll be scratching your head in utter amazement that this all actually happened. Continue Reading →


Diva Deconstructed (Documentary Review: “Gaga: Five Foot Two”)

An unflinching documentary that peels back the layers to reveal the human being and the artist behind the cult of celebrity that is Lady Gaga. Continue Reading →


What’s It All About? (Documentary Review: “The Most Unknown”)

A unique approach to a science documentary in which – like a game of global tag – nine cutting edge researchers exploring the outer limits of human knowledge literally drop in on each other’s ‘laboratories’ to get a peek at an area of scientific exploration they know nothing about . . . this film borders on the Delightful. Continue Reading →