Misjudged mocumentary that tries too hard to be funny, as a group of mismatched assassins attempt to kill off the deadliest assassin who ever lived. This desperately wants to be a Christopher Guest film, but fails on most levels. Disappointing. 😦
A documentary team investigate a supposedly-haunted asylum, the site of a reality show gone wrong five years before. Straightforward jumpscare found-footage horror sequel (to Seven Nights of Darkness), effective for an hour before collapsing in on itself, storywise.
Peter Morgan’s adaptation of his own play about the 1977 David Frost/Richard Nixon TV interviews. A riveting docudrama which plays like a thriller, anchored by two standout performances in the title roles, supported ably by a strong cast. Recommended.
Decent found footage mockumentary. Crazy lights over Phoenix, Arizona, in 1997 lead to the disappearance of three teens. 20 years later, the sister of one of them investigates what happened. Quite well done, with more character than you usually see in these.
Mockumentary about rampant drug taking at the 1982 Tour de France. Monumentally silly at times, there are still more comedic hits than misses. The casting is phenomenal, with a stand out turn from Lance Armstrong as himself. Entertaining.
Subtle yet clever mockumentary from Christoper Guest. Some memorable characters adlib their way through some awkward scenes and situations at a Mascot competition. Your sides wont split, but you’ll certainly be laughing! Worth a watch 🙂