Four Hours At The Capitol

As someone who cried on January 6th, this documentary is hard. However, like some other subjects, I believe that something that is hard to watch can still teach us something. The documentary interviews members of the crowd, Capitol security, and elected officials. Mainly compiled from unedited personal videos, it shows how the day escalated in … Continue reading Four Hours At The Capitol

Woodstock 99: Peace, Love, and Rage

If you have the time to sit down and get educated about concerts past, watch this. I knew of THE Woodstock but either forgot or didn't know about the fail that was the 1999 Woodstock. This was the original Fyre Fest in all honesty. There was lack of planning, lack of accommodations, and literal fire. … Continue reading Woodstock 99: Peace, Love, and Rage

15 Minutes of Shame

Did I hook you with the picture of Monica Lewinsky? Well, the show isn't about her (although she is a producer) it's about how culturally we outcast others. It follows victims of social outrage, has professors and scientists testifying on how society has changed, and even has a history lesson. It's worth a watch if … Continue reading 15 Minutes of Shame

The Way Down: God, Greed, and the Cult of Gwen Shamblin

Episodes: 3 This wasn't as juicy as the trailer leads on but it is still great for how ridiculous it is. As far as cults go, this one isn't too out there. There aren't sacrifices or blood oaths, but there is an egotistical dictator whose influence leads to a death. As a Christian, it will … Continue reading The Way Down: God, Greed, and the Cult of Gwen Shamblin