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    Netflix Documentaries of 2020

    With almost a full year of the Coronavirus pandemic underway, binge-watchers have spent more time at home streaming their favorite shows. From bizarre big-cat owners to dating reality shows, Netflix did not hold back in 2020. In what was a record-breaking year, Netflix released 113 new titles and gained more… read more

  • Streaming Deals in a Time of Crisis

    With more time to spend at home during the COVID-19 quarantine period, streaming services are fighting for who gets your family’s attention by each offering you a little something special. While some are allowing free streaming, others are releasing movies and shows early. So, what is each bringing to the… read more

  • Coronavirus is the New Story Line

    The global COVID-19 pandemic seems to be wreaking havoc on just about everything. From businesses moving to remote work, restaurants closing, and stocks crashing, we are all feeling the effects in our everyday life. With calls from President Trump and the CDC to limit all gatherings to ten people or… read more

  • Found Footage: 5 Flicks That Tried To Be True

    With Halloween this week, found footage “documentaries” are making their annual comeback. So, we wanted to take a minute to highlight five of these fictional movies that come a little too close to being real. We highly recommend watching any of these wonderful films on this hallowed week, but don’t… read more

  • The Top 10 Most Spun Documentaries of All-Time

    A lot of documentaries have a bias. Sometimes the slant is supported by facts and reasoned argument; other times, the film essentially amounts to a propaganda piece. We’ve watched them all so you don’t have to. Without further ado, here are CinemaSpin’s Top 10 Most Spun Documentaries of All-Time:

  • How ‘The Blair Witch’ Spun America

    In 1999, The Blair Witch Project succeeded in doing to film what Orson Welles’ “The War of the Worlds” broadcast had done to radio—they fooled an audience into believing that a fictitious horror story was real. While the hysteria driven by Orson Welles’ broadcast was unintentional, the Blair Witch Project… read more