An interesting peak at the stresses of indie filmmaking, Clapboard Jungle works even as it becomes a documentary tutorial in the back half.
Documentary Blu-Ray Reviews
Dodgers legend Vin Scully narrates this solid 2020 World Series documentary that saw the Dodgers win in six, recapping the pivotal moments of each game.
A one-sided but often moving reality documentary, 1275 Days follows the story of a teenage boy facing life in prison.
The Dog Doc is a touching but one-sided portrayal of a controversial veterinary practice that embraces expensive alternative treatments
An intimate, personal portrayal of esteemed composer and musician, Ryuichi Sakamoto: CODA delves into more than just his musical accomplishments.
Star Trek lifers and casual fans should both enjoy this engaging documentary, The Captains Collection, featuring William Shatner.
Alejandro Jodorowsky's latest project documents the director's radical and controversial Psychomagic, a therapy he personally developed.
A long but rewarding documentary on the Swans and Michael Gira, featuring unseen archival clips and new interviews with key members.
A look at pro wrestling through the eyes of star Vampiro, Nail in the Coffin tears down an industry by focusing on a man who can't leave it.
A slick and engaging documentary series, Cursed Films explores prominent legends surrounding famous horror movies, loaded with thoughtful interviews.
Telling how Showgirls went from bomb to cult hit, You Don't Nomi looks back at Paul Verhoeven's film with an engaging critical eye.
Mystify is a tempered peek behind the curtain of INXS singer Michael Hutchence, from his days as one of the world's biggest rockstars to his tragic end in 1997.