Tagged:  Documentary Movies

By JPRoscoe, October 10, 2013 1

  In 1975, George and Kathy Lutz moved in to a house on 112 Ocean Avenue which a little over… Read More »

By JPRoscoe, March 31, 2013 0

  A.I.D.S. is a rapidly growing and spreading problem in America.  Those infected with the disease are at odds with… Read More »

By JPRoscoe, March 20, 2013 0

  Boys will be boys, and girls will be girls. It is an old excuse for an age-old problem of… Read More »

By JPRoscoe, March 2, 2013 0

  South Africa has some heroes…heroes that fought against Apartheid like the famous American singer Rodriguez…who no one in America… Read More »

By JPRoscoe, March 2, 2013 0

  Deciding to join the military is one of the biggest decisions of a person’s life.  For women, it is… Read More »

By JPRoscoe, January 27, 2013 0

  Emad Burnat and his family live in Bil’in, a West Bank village being consumed by Israeli settlers.  As Emad’s… Read More »

By JPRoscoe, November 1, 2012 0

  Narrated by Jeff Bridges, Terry Gilliam’s attempt to bring his film The Man Who Killed Don Quixote to the… Read More »

By JPRoscoe, October 2, 2012 0

  The fascination of bringing horror to the screen started with Thomas Edison’s version of Frankenstein.  Over the years, the… Read More »

By JPRoscoe, June 20, 2012 0

    Ayrton Senna da Silva was on top of the world.  He was considered the greatest F1 driver at… Read More »

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… Read More »