Tagged:  Documentary Movies

By JPRoscoe, May 26, 2012 0

Roger Corman might be considered a B-Movie maker but he’s laughing his way to the bank.  From his start in… Read More »

By JPRoscoe, May 16, 2012 0

Newspapers everywhere are dying, and the once powerful American institution The New York Times is no exception.  As the entire… Read More »

By JPRoscoe, April 26, 2012 0

The porn industry needed a little jolt to get it from the under-the-counter dealings and grainy video…enter John C. Holmes. … Read More »

By JPRoscoe, March 16, 2012 0

Warsaw Community High School in Warsaw, Indiana is like every school. There are popular kids, geeks, odd balls, jocks, and… Read More »

By JPRoscoe, March 16, 2012 0

Labeled as terrorists, the Earth Liberation Front formed in reaction to attacks on the planet and what they saw as… Read More »

By JPRoscoe, March 10, 2012 0

For many, camp is an institution. The first time that kids leave home and get away from their parents for… Read More »

By JPRoscoe, March 10, 2012 0

It is the 1999 Scripps National Spelling Bee and more competitive than many sports.  This documentary follows a group of… Read More »

By JPRoscoe, March 10, 2012 0

Being the first elected openly gay official in California made Harvey Milk enemies…but it was a surprise that the man… Read More »

By JPRoscoe, February 29, 2012 0

The Friedmans appear to be a happy family. The father Arnold is a popular teacher, and he and his wife… Read More »

By JPRoscoe, February 28, 2012 0

Welcome to Murderball!  It is the name given to wheelchair rugby (or quad rugby) played by tetraplegic atheletes.  Following the… Read More »