For Madmen Only is an ambitious and occasionally engaging documentary about improv guru Del Close's methods and the many stars he groomed for SNL.
Documentary Blu-Ray Reviews
Analog Love is a heart-warming look back at the personal cassette era and how it helped shape music fans' lives for the better.
Italian exploitation master Joe D'Amato has disco singer Amanda Lear host a provocative survey of nude dancing and burlesque performances in Crazy Nights.
An interesting Star Wars-related topic makes Elstree 1976 stand out, even if the finished product can't sustain itself.
The controversial but entertaining Chariots of the Gods introduced audiences to the Ancient Astronaut theory.
A softened documentary on Cannon Films, Go-Go Boys skirts the serious drama involved in the studio's history, but provides a glossy overview that plays like cliff notes.
Who is Harry Nilsson? is an essential, star-studded documentary that delves into the life and career of the acclaimed singer-songwriter.
Block Part is a warm, celebratory documentary hosted by Dave Chappelle goofing it up for the camera with a great concert line-up of star rappers.
Veteran documentary filmmaker Brewer puts together an expansive Chuck Berry retrospective with a cadre of famous musicians and Berry's own family.
An interesting peak at the stresses of indie filmmaking, Clapboard Jungle works even as it becomes a documentary tutorial in the back half.
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.