Trump at War, a documentary film by Steve Bannon, is an amazing and detailed accounting of the revolution between liberal and conservative ideologies that took place in the months leading up to the 2016 elections. Most people who followed mainstream liberal media outlets never saw the depth of the actual force and violence exacted against […]
A group of ISIS followers are said to be terrorizing people in the Moria refugee camp on the Greek island of Lesbos. On the pretext of religious propriety, they brutally punish whoever they deem criminal. Two DW reporters investigate the rumors. Moria Camp on Lesbos is considered Europe’s worst refugee camp. More than 8000 people […]
Mistress Bliss, a full time dominatrix, and Otto have been in a 24/7 BDSM relationship since they met and getting married hasn’t changed anything. Otto calls Bliss “Miss”, makes her breakfast in bed every morning, and manages the housework. But he’s more than a good partner, this is his kink. We find out how their […]
In this film Sue Bourne turned her beady eye on that fascinating phenomenon of contemporary society – Internet Dating. There are 15 million single people in the UK and 7 million of them have tried their hand at internet dating. With these staggering statistics Bourne set out to find out what this was doing to […]
Very Semi-Serious: A Partially Thorough Portrait of The New Yorker Cartoonists A new HBO documentary about the world of cartooning and the brain behind the New Yorker cartoons. Bob Mankoff, the cartoon editor for the New Yorker . Leah Wolchok’s documentary offers an offbeat meditation on humor, art and the genius of the single-panel cartoon, […]
In 1935, S.S. head Heinrich Himmler established the Lebensborn Foundation, with a goal of preserving and protecting “pure German blood”, where blond-haired, blue-eyed Aryan women were mated with S.S. soldiers or men of documented “racial purity”. Lebensborn homes were also set up in most occupied countries, particularly Norway, and Aryan-looking children were kidnapped from occupied […]
Still called the Heretic King by Egyptian historians, Akhenaten ruled from 1377 to 1360 B.C. Controversial then as now, he abolished the old religion, replacing it with a one-god worship, and built an entire city dedicated to Aten–a Sun God. But after his death, his successor Tutankhamun returned Egypt to its traditional values.
Of all of Egypt’s pharaohs, Tutankhamun remains the most famous and enigmatic. Despite amazing discoveries made when his tomb was unearthed, little historical information exists on him–and much of that is shrouded in debate. What really killed the boy king? Did the “curse of King Tut” kill three of his tomb’s discoverers?