Paco and George talk with director Heather Ross and actor James Urbaniak about For Madmen Only about the influential comedy guru Del Close.
We review the controversial Woodstock 99: Peace, Love, and Rage (directed by Garrett Price) out now on HBOMax. Boomer nostalgia meets nu metal in a fight where no one wins. The ceremonies took place in…
On today’s episode we’re talking about Q: Into the Storm, the six-part HBO docuseries.
Today we’re talking to the filmmaking team behind the HBO docuseries – Heaven’s Gate: The Cult of Cults.
Hosts Paco Romane and George rant, review and recommend a few documentaries.
We get through episodes 6 through 9 of The Vow, which tries the patience of Paco, George, and returning guest Johnny Pemberton.
The Vow documents the NXIVM organization, and how the founders attracted followers with their scientific-based approach to self-help, and how Raniere and actor Allison Mack were arrested on sex trafficking and racketeering charges.
Today we recap an all time classic, Capturing The Friedmans, and get into a lively debate about how this documentary stacks up in today’s world. Was director Andrew Jarecki irresponsible in how he handled the footage and information he had? Was there a bias towards helping Jesse? Will our guest Curtis Cook and Paco ever see eye-to-eye on this doc? Listen to find out!