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    Quote Originally Posted by Arctic Hysteria View Post
    I agree. In fact, the most disturbing part of the movie was the old footage of the inside of Willowbrook.
    I only wish Cropsey would take us deeper into each aspect of the investigation. It was sort of too overall and on the surface. 85 minutes was certainly not enough.

    I do remember watching one creepy, disturbing, hair raising documentary called "Interview with a Cannibal" made in 2012. Issei Sagawa, the infamous cannibal from the case in 1981, was interviewed himself.

    Another extremely disturbing and depressing documentary I've seen is "Bulgaria’s Abandoned Children". Words cannot describe.

    Both of these are on Youtube actually, full length.
    Ok, excellent, I might check those out.

    So come to think of it, more disturbing is some of the Vice documentaries.

    And by golly, looking it up, so was your Issei Sagawa.

    But this kinda fucked with my head for a day (which is rare):

    The Cannibal Warlords of Liberia (Full Length Documentary)

    Also Richard Kuklinski, mob hitman, The Iceman Interviews


    Not a documentary so I'll spoiler it:

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnnyyukon View Post
    Ok, excellent, I might check those out.

    So come to think of it, more disturbing is some of the Vice documentaries.

    And by golly, looking it up, so was your Issei Sagawa.

    But this kinda fucked with my head for a day (which is rare):

    The Cannibal Warlords of Liberia (Full Length Documentary)

    Also Richard Kuklinski, mob hitman, The Iceman Interviews


    Not a documentary so I'll spoiler it:

    Indeed, Vice has some really eerie stuff. Isn't the Suicide Forrest doc also Vice?

    I myself also was intrigued by Kuklinski I watched Iceman the movie from last year. I haven't seen the doc though.

    And by the way, Matyrs is one of my all time favorites!!! Awesomely brutal and vivid. If you enjoy Matyrs, you must check out Inside (À l'intérieur) if you haven't.
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    Quote Originally Posted by eudaimonia View Post
    It was a lot like watching Faces of Death (live footage of fatal incidents) but with a human callousness towards animals bent. Later I learned that the Japanese kill so many dolphins that they were packaging the meat as mystery meat to the schools. The main reason they stopped giving it to children is that they learned it is extremely high in mercury. Yeah, there were a lot of things like clipping piglets' teeth so they don't grow up cannibalizing each other. It does open the eyes to how meat is treated like a factory grown product and not like feeling sentient beings which is a far cry from the All Creatures Great and Small days.
    I thought they sold Dolphin meat as Whale meat?

    Mass production is what bother me, too. Considering the obesity epidemic, it's illogical to produce to the extent that debeaking is required due to a space shortage. Also, aside from the obvious impact it has on the animal, I'm disgusted by the amount of antibiotics used so that they develop faster and larger since it's contributing to the rise in antibiotic resistance. Granted, it'd still occur if antibiotics weren't used however it'd occur at a slower rate.

    By your signature, I'm guessing you are a serious advocate against vivisection? Are you a militant PETA guerilla that we read about breaking into labs and freeing the animals? Your secret is safe with me.
    lol, nope! It's mostly a joke, everyone has meaningly quotes in their signature, mine's just about pus. But as a science graduate I have performed vivisection, the animal anesthetized, though
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    Quote Originally Posted by Deceptive View Post
    I thought they sold Dolphin meat as Whale meat?...

    lol, nope! It's mostly a joke, everyone has meaningly quotes in their signature, mine's just about pus. But as a science graduate I have performed vivisection, the animal anesthetized, though
    They might sell it as whale meat also.

    Ok, because it was just like the medical journals I read when I was working at the Brain Institute and I wasn't sure you were putting it there to show the meaninglessness of vivisection because it seems like pretty obvious results when you inject turpentine into someone's lungs that it will cause hardening through thickening fibrin proteins covering the inflamed area.
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    Not necessarily a favourite, but fascinating: http://highrisefacilities.com/classi...o-view-online/

    I'm not quite finished part 1 so far.

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    For nature and animal lovers, those (documentary in 9 parts) are amazing !
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    Too many to name. I like morbid shit so serial killer ones are fascinating.
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    Cross-post from another thread:

    From Wikipedia:
    "Crumb" is a 1994 documentary film about the noted underground cartoonist Robert Crumb (R. Crumb) and his family. Directed by Terry Zwigoff and produced by Lynn O'Donnell, it won widespread acclaim. It was released in the USA on April 28, 1995, having been screened at film festivals the previous year. Jeffery M. Anderson (later critic for the San Francisco Examiner) placed the film on his list of the ten greatest films of all time, labeling it "the greatest documentary ever made."

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    "Crumb" was met with wide acclaim from critics, earning a 95% rating on Rotten Tomatoes. The late critic Gene Siskel rated "Crumb" as the best film of the year. Roger Ebert gave the film four (of four) stars, writing that "'Crumb' is a film that gives new meaning to the notion of art as therapy." In The Washington Post, Desson Howe's review was similarly positive. The San Francisco Chronicle rated the film as "wild applause", as critic Edward Guthmann called the film "one of the most provocative, haunting documentaries of the last decade." [...]

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    "It'll shake up your beliefs not just about steroids but about competition, hypocrisy, body obsession and American notions of masculinity."
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    Taxi to the Dark Side (2007)
    Who Killed the Electric Car? (2006), its follow-up: Revenge of the Electric Car (2011), wasn't as informative (skip it).

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