Discussion in 'Movies / Television' started by Vehicle, Oct 27, 2012.
the documentary was about the rise of hitler...
I saw a fun one the other night. It was called "Why Horror?" It focused on a horror movie fan exploring the reasons we like to be scared. It featured visits to different countries and their customs, interviews with horror film actors, directors, writers, professors and the like. Of course it also had lots of horror movie clips. Really enjoyable.
The Resurrection of Jake the Snake
National Geographic Wild Swamplands (About Okefenokee and Atchafalay.
The 24 Hour War.
About the battle of Ford and Enzo Ferrari in the 60's at LeMans and the developing of the Ford gt40's. The Paul Newman documentary made by the same people was astoundingly good, I have high hopes, going to watch this later.
Currently watching Weird World War 2 on National Geographic. Fascinating stuff.
Apex: The Story of the Hypercar (2016) - IMDb
Apex: The Story of the Hypercar
It's about the Konigsegg and Ferrari LaFerrari and Porsche 918, all super exotic hybrid powered sports cars for sale at over one million dollars. (Dr. Evil pinky motion)
Probably one from the BBC by Jim Al Khalili, maybe the quantum one. All the ones he does are fascinating, making difficult science accessible even to numpties like me. Engagingly delivered.
Also, there have been two excellent space exploration ones on recently, one about the Cassini mission, and one about Voyager.
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