Hunting Silicon Valley's Doomsday Bunkers in New Zealand
In this new documentary, VICE looks for the one percent's apocalypse bunkers.
Hip-Hop Pioneer Fab 5 Freddy Delves into the Cannabis Industry in New Netflix Doc
'Grass Is Greener' looks at the history of weed in music and how communities of color are impacted by racist drug policies.
Michael Jackson Stans React to 'Leaving Neverland' with Bus Ads and Death Threats
In the lead up to the premiere of the documentary this weekend, Jackson fans were ramping up their attempts to discredit the film.
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The Overlooked History of African American Skate Culture
The new documentary 'United Skates' explores the influence of roller skating on the civil rights movement and the birth of hip-hop.
'Abducted in Plain Sight' Is the Craziest True Crime Documentary on Netflix
The film documents a tragedy so incomprehensible, audiences don't know how to react.
Jamie Lee Curtis Taete
The Ten Best True Crime Documentaries on Netflix
From Ted Bundy to Fyre Fest, there are so many documentaries about bad people to watch, and so little time.
In Life and After Her Death, Sandra Bland Taught Others About Activism
“She had a way of giving you a blueprint on how to dig yourself out of it and how to turn that rage into something that is purposeful and impactful," says her sister Sharon Cooper in an interview with Broadly.
'A Robot Killed a Man': A New Doc Looks at the Terrifying Future of Automation
HBO's 'The Truth About Killer Robots' examines the legal, economic, psychological, and moral implications of our inevitable, AI-run dystopia.
Danny Brown's Long-Shelved 'Live at the Majestic' Doc Is Finally Out
The film is now up on Brown's website, a full year after it was supposed to hit Apple Music.
Alex Robert Ross
The Long-Awaited M.I.A. Doc Is Messy and Intimate, Just Like Life
It’s called ‘MATANGI / MAYA / M.I.A.’ because there are so many different sides to her story.
Tinder's CEO Has Some Awful Dating Tips for Women
Mandy Ginsberg, the female CEO of IAC’s Match Group, made the comments in HBO’s ‘Swiped’ documentary.
'We Were Guinea Pigs': Soldiers Explain What Nuclear Bomb Blasts Feel Like
"It was as if someone my size had caught fire and walked through me."