Oh boy director Peter Berg (Battleship, Deepwater Horizon) is back with yet another borderline inexcusable mess of a motion picture.
Tell Me Who I Am is both emotionally conflicting and deeply disturbing in all the ways a harsh cut documentary should be. This talking head documentary follows the struggles of a twin whom had lost his memories at the age of 18 and how his brother helped him piece together everything about his past, but with shocking alterations to the truth.
Don’t Fuck With Cats is a haunting and terrifying look at serial killers in the modern age and how atrocity can be predicted and potentially stopped. This movie follows a group of internet vigilantes as they work to track down a sociopathic animal abuser
American Factory is a fascinating look at misinformation and cultural differences as they take hold and contrast each other. This documentary published by Netflix follows a group of American factory workers as they become employed by, and work closely with, a group of Chinese industrialists.
That’s right gang it’s Doc March where we do 4 straight weeks of documentaries. As always we cover the biggest new release, and that Blumhouses The Invisible Man. Will it be scary, or are the scares invisible? Documentaries this week include Oscar nom Honeyland, and Netflix Original Bikram yoga doc. March is also Billy Wilder month and it’s a big hitter, with the largely parodied Sunset Boulevard.
Be careful shooters, it’s Taika Waititi season and you know he’s bringing the heat. Eddie is back…