– (2007) – Documentary that explores the creation of Creepshow from inception to release. Reveals some truly funny and informative stories of what happened during the building of a classic, but loses some impact by involving more background than core participants (Stephen King and many key actors are missing). Still, fans of the film will undoubtedly find pleasure.
– (1998) – Documentary that explores exploited actresses in a male driven film society. Showcases strong opinions from each end of the spectrum, and tends to aggravate as such since some viewpoints are extreme (but sometimes heartfelt). The production is worse than the low budget films in question, but does offer insight into the B-movie making process and strips away any and all glamour.
– (2013) – Documentary that focuses on the rise of home video through to the current state of digital pirating. A few docs of this sort have come before, and a few will follow, but this one is well structured, expansive, and informative. A few too many nameless geeks participate, but by the end a valid point is made clear: collectors will save purchasable media.
– (2011) – Documentary about the genesis, creation, and aftermath of the cult classic Return of the Living Dead. Though some of the proceedings are told by unlikable people, this is always full of honest insights. A bit drawn out, but covers a lot of ground from on and off screen participants.
– (2013) – Documentary that explores the cinematic and social importance of a no-budget zombie flick that took over the world. Showcases Night of the Living Dead’s legacy through filmmakers and historians, yet unwisely includes the irrelevant impressions of modern school children. Moves fast and provides eternal insights.
– (2013) – Documentary about the improbable yet extremely successful run of Friday the 13th films. Though portions are lifted from His Name Was Jason, and nothing entirely new is presented to seasoned fans, this is still an entertaining exploration of each film. Nearly seven hours long, but moves too fast to become tedious.
– (2012) – Documentary about a former occupant of a notorious murder site who claims his family moved into a haunted house. Basically beats a dead horse since the fictitious movies led us to believe the “true” stories were false, and does nothing to prove otherwise even with participants of actual events. The main subject, however, is nutty enough to hold attention.