Sneaking into North Korea was one of the hardest and weirdest processes VICE has ever dealt with.
From the Civil Rights Movement to a rising prison population of African Americans – how did we get here? The powerful Netflix documentary “13th” explores.
Whether you are a devoted Beatlemaniac or someone who wants to know what all the fuss was about, Eight Days A Week is ninety minutes of pure pleasure.
National coming out day.
Emmy Potter of CultureSonar reviews the recent documentary about North Korea, “Under The Sun”.
Behind the screams and beyond the cinema of horror’s most controversial sequel: Rich Monetti takes a look at the depths of Nightmare on Elm Street.
Dante Liberatore took it in his own hands to document the authenticity of Abondanza before it disappears, and here’s how.
What has Michael Moore done to the documentary genre?
How J. D. Salinger’s writing first influenced the world and how it continues to do so now.
Think gay couples are a modern invention? Think again.
Author Jay Cradeur Shares Five Powerful, Educational, Introspective, Fascinating And Compelling Documentaries That Will Challenge You.
The movie takes audiences on a beautiful two week trek in Portugal that is full of life lessons and a lot of funThere are few movies that all men can relate to coming out these days. Many of them are targeted at particular age groups or different types of men. But there are some movies that…
Where can we go when we give up the life of belief? A Year Without God: The Film‘s Ryan Bell has started a new venture, the website and podcast Life After God that focuses on counseling—and preaching to—the former congregation.—Where do believers go when their faith has run out? Is there a place for those…
The amazing true story of how one girl stood up for something that she believes is rightThere is something in America that most people take for granted and this includes people like me. That is access to a good education. For people like me growing up there was no question I was going to graduate high…
Family lawyer and men’s advocate David Pisarra aims to shine a light on the hidden side of domestic violence.
The statue, while appreciated and overdue, represents a clear inequality in the visibility of black history through public sculptures in Philadelphia.