Creepiest Documentary?

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  1. Ash28M

    Ash28M Active Member

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    Anyone seen any scary/creepy documentaries, the creepiest I have seen has to be Manson (1972). It's about the Manson family and it real footage of the Group with no actors. That's a fucked up bunch of hippies. House of 1000 Corpses even played homage to it in one of the flash back clips. Another one I can think of is the Paradise lost Documentaries, disturbing stuff, any one else knows of any others.
     
  2. wizzer

    wizzer get outta here ewe

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    there's one on the waco incedent that had me all angried up at the government. can't remember the name but there's a few out there with different viewpoints on the situation but the one i'm talking about sides with the davidians.
     
  3. SaviniFan

    SaviniFan I Have A Fetish

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    It's been a while but HBO has a documentary about the mafia's "The Iceman". That SOB is one scary motherfucker. It's so creepy how he calmly talks about killing like it's no different than putting his clothes on. He has no emotions at all.

    Here is a link to the DVD review of the documentary. All I can say is CHILLING!

    The Iceman
     
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  4. Ash28M

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    I believe the "Waco" one was called just that, Waco: The Rules of Engagement. Your right that was a pretty disturbing portrayal of those events. It really made you think twice about whether or not the Government has the "citizen's" best intentions in mind.
     
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    I had no idea this was out on DVD. Both those Iceman interviews gave me chills. The guy is the epitome of a sociopath.

    Also, both of HBO's docs on the Robin Hood killings pissed me off more than anything. Talk about a bassackward community. :mad:
     
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    bigdaddyhorse Detroit Hi-on

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    I saw both of those, and they were really disturbing and completely engaging at the same time.
    The second one wasn't near as good as the first, as the Iceman seemed to be putting on an act through most of it. The first was excllent though. What a cold-blooded motherfucker. The most fucked up part was his complete lack of any emotion, and just talking about the killings so matter-of-fact like, without evere really changing his speech tone.
     
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    wizzer get outta here ewe

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    the review for iceman looks good. you gotta love america undercover. looks like they've been doing good documentaries since the "i make him toss my salad" one:)
     
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    mcchrist A new breed of pervert!

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    wizzer get outta here ewe

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    yea, crumb. i just watched that. i was busting up laughing when he was showing the camera his brothers comic books at the time when his mental state was declining and the picture squares were just all words and two little heads squished at the bottom doing the speaking.:eek1: :lol: and his other brother candidly talking about his groping a womans ass at the store. good pick!
     
  10. onebyone

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    Ugh, I can't remember the name. I watched a documentary about this mother overseas who sold her kid to be used on the organ market and it freaked me the hell out for weeks.
     
  11. nyarlathotep

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    The part where he talked about killing the guy by leaving him chained in a cave with rats...and they showed still photos of the guy afterwards....brrrrr.
     
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    Triumph of the Will. Nothing creepier than happy Nazis.
     
  13. Gutwrencher

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    my #1 vote would go to Night and Fog. nothin' creepier and disgusting than seeing a basket full of jewish heads. also...the mountains of women's hair. nazi bastards. it's a criterion release....a great dvd.

    also...it's more shocku than a docu....but Brutes and Savages is funny at times....and brutal the next. seeing a poor llama violated by a man is...well...creepy.:D
     
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    The Iceman doc was pretty messed up. HBO also had one about Cannibals, some pretty screwed up shit.

    EDIT: I didn't know anything about the "Waco Incident." But after reading this thread I decided to do a little search. Fucking crazy what happened there. :nervous:
     
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  15. Trout

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    They made us watch this one in 8th grade. Very disturbing...
     
  16. life_o_petey

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    HBO Undercover is a great alternative to Court tv. I've always loved the Autopsy series. Less sentimental fluff, and more of the grisly details.

    I had no idea the Iceman interviews were on dvd. I just saw the 2nd one on HBO the other day, but still haven't seen the first.
     
  17. Revoltor

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    Speaking of which, the next Autopsy show, Dr Baden performs an actual autopsy for all to see!

    I think it airs this weekend.
     
  18. wizzer

    wizzer get outta here ewe

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    see this movie:Waco: The Rules of Engagement, you will be angry
     
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    Yeah, it was called

    The Killing Of America.


    If you're one of them that didn't like the populism of Bowling For Columbine, check out this early 80's mondo title. It's alot more informative.
     
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    ekent The Lord's Arm of Justice

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    Beyond the Mat- Jake the Snake's lifestyle and Terry Funk's injuries were just plain disturbing.

    The Atomic Cafe - Disturbing reminders of how twisted and propaganda oriented our Nation was during the beginning of the Atomic age. Shows school film strips that instruct kids to get under the desk when you see the flash. Some parts actually come of kinda funny but others chill me to the bone.

    High on Crack Street - Another clutch doc from America Undercover. A group of folks difficulties living w/ crack addictions are on display as they sell blood, thieve from wal mart, and prostitute themselves. Oh, and the ending is real upbeat! :bs:
     

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