Netflix's 'When They See Us’ Emphasizes the Humanity of the Central Park Five
With their obsession on the lurid details, true crime shows often turn victims into props. ‘When They See Us’ manages to avoid that, thanks to creator Ava DuVernay.
The Real Story of Wu-Tang Clan's 25-Year Career Is Finally Being Told
In Showtime's docuseries 'Wu-Tang Clan: Of Mics and Men' we learn what made one of rap's most important groups nuthing ta f**k wit.
The Email Scammers Who Use Voodoo to Fleece Their Victims
We spoke to director Ben Asamoah about his new documentary, 'Sakawa'.
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'The Inventor' Doesn't Bring Anything New to Elizabeth Holmes's Story
Theranos profited off telling a juicy scammer tale. That story is still profitable, because we can't stop telling it.
The New Lil Peep Doc Is the Defining Document of the SoundCloud Rap Generation
'Everybody's Everything' is both a tribute to the late rapper, and an examination of the image and money-obsessed music industry he found success in.
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Why We’re Finally Talking About Lorena Bobbitt and Domestic Abuse
When Bobbitt cut off her husband’s penis, she became a punchline. ‘Lorena’ shows why everyone was so wrong to laugh at her.
Satanists Are the Heroes of a New Sundance Documentary
In 'Hail Satan?', filmmaker Penny Lane highlights The Satanic Temple's journey from trolling activists to an international religious movement.
Director Stands By Film Detailing Michael Jackson Sexual Abuse Allegations
‘Leaving Neverland’ premiered at Sundance this week detailing new allegations against Michael Jackson. The singer’s estate is calling it “tabloid character assassination.”
‘Dynasties’ Is a Timely Reminder That People Are the Worst Animals
The new show voiced by Sir David Attenborough documents the trajectories of animal life in an almost Shakespearean way.
This Bootleg Netflix Drake Documentary Is The Purest Form of Agony
'Drake: Rewriting the Rules' is a new entry in a line of garbage, basic documentaries about Drake without Drake.
What This Rapper Gains from Living with 3 Generations of His Family
In this bonus cut from 'Noisey Brampton: The Rise of DIY Hip Hop Beyond Toronto' , we visit rapper Noyz and find out what it's like living with three generations of his family.
Inside the Making of the New Fyre Festival Documentary
"The thing that the founder, Billy, wanted more than anything – in my opinion – was to be in the middle of it all. He wanted to be The Guy."