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The True Story of Killing Pablo ( -0001 )
The career and death of notorious Colombian drug kingpin Pablo Escobar.
London Gangsters: D1 Dave Courtney ( 2009 )
LONDON GANGSTERS: D1 Dave Courtney is a profile of one of the city's most notorious mobsters. Featuring tales of audacious robberies, violence, intimidation, court appearances and hanging out with the Krays. The result is a shocking, brutal and darkly comical portrait of an underworld few get to experience.
The Iceman Confesses Secrets of a Mafia Hitman ( 2010 )
The documentary opens up with an interview with Kuklinski, where he states that if he's mad at you, he'll kill you, and that you'll never get away from him unless you shot him or killed him. He also went on to say `If you didn't kill me, you're stupid.' Through most of the interviews, Kuklinksi never bothers to hold back any facts, and is never hesitant to give any away. He states at one point, he has nothing to lose. I suppose this is most likely why he is so cooperative.
National Geographic: Inside The Mafia ( 2005 )
Profiles of mafia leaders John Gotti and Toto Riina. Included: their ascents to power and eventual arrests by law enforcement. Included: footage of Gotti's trials and conviction; and a look at Riina's assassination of an Italian prosecutor; and Riina's capture and conviction.
A Very British Gangster ( 2007 )
A documentary about one of Britain's most dangerous crime families and introduces us to its magnetic, larger-than-life leader, Dominic Noonan (aka Lattlay Fottfoy)
History Channel The Ku Klux Klan - A Secret History ( 2005 )
From its birth out of the ashes of the Civil War to rare interviews with the current Grand Dragon and Imperial Wizard, this is the definitive history of the KKK.
National Geographic Aryan Brotherhood ( 2010 )
In the maximum-security prison world of murderers, they are the most feared. With nicknames like "The Beast" and "The Hulk," The Aryan Brotherhood are the most violent criminals behind bars. National Geographic goes behind bars to unveil the secrets of the vicious gangs of white supremacists in prisons. Jailhouse interviews and surveillance footage reveal their deadly tactics.
National Geographic World's Most Dangerous Gang ( 2007 )
You've spotted the graffiti and seen their tattoos. And you've read the shocking headlines documenting their brutality. But what is driving the rapid spread of the ultra violent gang MS-13, which has infected big cities and small towns across the country. Lisa Ling takes you deep inside a merciless world hidden in plain view. Through revealing interviews with active members, National Geographic reveals the extreme culture and rituals of the MS-13 gang.
National Geographic Americas Hardest Prisons Mexican Lockdown ( 2010 )
Nuevo Laredo lies a few miles south of the US-Mexico border, across the Rio Grande from Texas. It's a hot spot in the drug war - a border town known for its chilling violence and rampant corruption. And it's the perfect home for a notoriously violent Mexican prison known as Cedes. In 2005, two American brothers jailed on homicide charges were stabbed to death in their cells. Only a month before that, a gang shootout on a basketball court left one inmate dead and several injured. The next day, two other inmates were stabbed to death and one was shot, caught in a barrage of 30 bullets. Guards later recovered six pistols and an AK-47 in inmate cells. Many of the inmates here are members of drug cartels and gangs like the Mexican Mafia. At Cedes, nobody ever talks 'politics' or about violence behind bars. To do so would be to risk reprisals. A substantial number of prisoners here have served time in both American and Mexican prisons and many prefer life at Cedes, largely because of the astonishing amount of freedom they are given. The novel visitation policy allows inmates to meet loved ones in an open picnic area from 9am to 5pm, six days a week. In some cases conjugal visits are allowed in private rooms. Officers believe such perks reduce tension inside the prison but, as the warden and officers reveal, along with these freedoms comes constant danger. Keeping Cedes under control, even on a good day, is no easy task.
Panorama Millwall Hooligans ( 1977 )
As football hooliganism continued to grow in the 1970s, seemingly unchecked, Panorama immersed itself in this shady world, getting close to some of Millwall's notorious hooligan fans.
Criminals Gone Wild ( 2007 )
The film chronicled the lives of several alleged criminals on rampages of crime sprees of robberies, assaults, carjacks and murders. The film received huge controversy in the news media regarding the authenticity of the crimes filmed in the movie.
Plunder The Crime of Our Time ( 2009 )
The Crime of Our Time is a hard-hitting investigative film by Danny Schechter. The "News Dissector" explores how the financial crisis was built on a foundation of criminal activity uncovering the connection between the collapse of the housing market and the economic catastrophe that followed. The film opens with the conviction of Ponzi King Bernie Madoff, whose acknowledged criminality drove a $65 billion dollar pyramid scheme. It argues that the wrong doing committed by a few individuals distracts from the real story, implicating the best-known institutions that financed and profited from fraudulent sub prime lending. This connection is now being investigated by the FBI as part of a probe into what it calls a "fraud epidemic." PLUNDER shows how these firms created special securities to repackage and resell these dubious loans after they were re-rated as Triple A. These firms then bet against many of these toxic assets with credit default swaps and other insurance scams. By leveraging these investments, they recklessly put trillions of dollars and the world economy at risk.
Street Life ( 2007 )
Desperation permeates the slums of Memphis, where survival is a day -to-day game. One group of would-be thugs decides that the only way out is to hijack semi trucks full of expensive electronics, then split their treasure amongst themselves and those
Skinhead Attitude ( 2003 )
Swiss filmmaker Daniel Schweizer directs the documentary Skinhead Attitude. Originally shot on mini DV, the film is a history and investigation into the skinhead cult movement in the U.S. and U.K. since the 1960s. The subjects range from lightweight fashionable types to hardcore neo-Nazis. Special consideration is paid to the murder of two "Unity" skinheads in Las Vegas. Includes interviews with musicians Laurel Aitken, Jimmy Pursey, and Ian Stuart. Skinhead Attitude was shown at the 2003 Locarno Film Festival.
National Geographic Inside Outlaw Bikers Hells Angels (2011) ( 2011 )
Take a wild ride into the realm of this infamous biker gang when a government sting operation creates a bogus motorcycle club to ride along side them.
Latin Kings A Street Gang Story ( 2007 )
Documentary on Antonio "King Tone" Fernandez and his gang, the Latin Kings, whose main target was to protect Latin people.
Scarface For Life ( 2005 )
Troy Reed presents his latest documentary on New York City's most notorious correctional facility, Rikers Island. This documentary explicitly shows grusome inmate slashings, police corruption, and everyday life on the Island, during the late 80's and early 90's. Rikers Island in New York City is home to a fearful penitentiary with a lengthy--and often troubled--history. Filmmaker Troy Reed chose Rikers as the location for his documentary, entitled SCARFACE 4 LIFE, in an attempt to convey some of the disturbing events that have taken place on the island. Drawing on some fearsome events that were triggered in the late-1980s and early-1990s, Reed highlights police corruption, inmate slayings, and plenty more besides in this powerful portrait of a bleak institution.
The Story Of Ned Kelly ( 2007 )
National Geographic: Inside American Nazis ( 2011 )
'American Nazis' goes inside the growing trend of hate in America. Neo-Nazi groups in the U.S. are made up of many factions, but they share a common ideology that includes veneration of Hitler, hatred of Jews, and white supremacy. We go inside three extreme groups - Aryan Nations, White Revolution, and the Nationalist Socialist Movement - to discover how they exploit anti-immigration sentiment for their own agenda, and how their violent rhetoric has led to hate crimes against Jews and Latinos.
National Geographic: Inside Miami Drug Cartel ( 2011 )
In the 1980s, Miami was a playground for the rich and famous. But behind the fun in the sun, an underground cocaine war was escalating. South American drug cartels would forever change the face of sunny Miami.
London Gangsters: D1 Joe Pyle ( 2009 )
LONDON GANGSTERS is a collection of four programmes; each one an individual profile of the city's most notorious mobsters. The candid stories of Dave Courtney, Joe Pyle, Tony Lambrianou and Freddie Foreman feature tales of audacious robberies, violence, intimidation, court appearances and hanging out with the Krays. The result is a shocking, brutal and darkly comical portrait of an underworld few get to experience.
Hooligans & Thugs Soccer's Most Violent Fan Fights ( 2003 )
Steve Jones from The Sex Pistols narrates this disturbing documentary that examines violence among soccer fans, a phenomenon that often occurs in England and other European countries as well as South America. Witness the mayhem of these soccer hooligans as they battle each other--and the police who attempt to control them--in the stands and stadiums of the World Cup, European Cup, and other regional games around the globe
Tattooed Tears ( 1979 )
An intimate, hands on encounter with a maximum security juvenile correctional facility in Chino California
Hood Life 2 ( 2006 )
HOOD LIFE 2 presents a brutal glimpse of America's urban underbelly with another collection of real-life street footage taken straight from the nation's toughest 'hoods. Set to a blazing hip-hop soundtrack, this hardhitting documentary captures all the poverty, crime, and violence that permeate inner-city life in a no-holds-barred style of guerilla filmmaking.
The Wild and Wonderful Whites of West Virginia ( 2009 )
Shoot-outs, robberies, gas-huffing , drug dealing, pill popping, murders, and tap dancing - what do these all have in common? These are just a few of the parts of being a member of the Wild and Wonderful White Family. The legendary family is as known for their wild, excessive criminal ways as they are for their famous mountain dancing members, including Jesco White, the star of the cult classic documentary "Dancing Outlaw." Exploring both the comic and tragic sides of life on the other side of the law, this stylish, fast-paced family portrait exposes the powerful forces of corruption, poverty, and West Virginia's environmentally and culturally devastating coal mining culture that helped shape the White family, a dying breed of outlaws preserving a dying form of dance.
Detroit Mob Confidential ( 2009 )
Detroit Mob Confidential explores the history of Detroit's La Cosa Nostra Family, which, in many ways, is the most successful crime family in the United States. Detroit's family has had only 2 Dons, the current boss has served for 30 years and is the longest serving mob Don in America. The documentary consists of interviews with multiple FBI agents and Federal prosecutors as well as several mafia associates from the 1950's and 1960's. Topics such as the Detroit "Combination's" (as the Family is known) infiltration of Las Vegas casinos and their centrality to the dissapearance of Jimmy Hoffa are discussed. The Detroit Family was the first LCN chapter that had members convicted of corruption involving Las Vegas casinos, and has been the target of the FBI's still ongoing Jimmy Hoffa investigation since 1975. The formation of the family during the prohibition era, culminating in the "Crosstown Mob War" of 1930 is covered, as well Detroit Mafia connections to the battles between Ford Motor Company and the UAW in the 1930's and 40's. The Detroit Family's role in the international heroin trade and their ties to the French Connection are discussed as well as various murders the Federal government suspects them of involvment in. Detroit area underworld legends like Tony "Jack" Giacalone and his brother Vito (Billy Jack), Freddy "the Pope" Salem and "the General" Henry Hilf are covered, as well as the Denny Mclain, Alex Karras, and Isiah Thomas gambling investigations. The Mafia's role in controlling the African-American "numbers rackets" is exposed as well as the internal politics and conflicts of the family. In addition to law enforcement and media sources, former associates reflect on the past and their work with Detroit Mafia members in sports gambling and other criminal activities. Several hundred unique and never-seen-before surveillance photographs from Federal law enforcement are used as well as family photos of Don Joe Zerilli on his Grosse Pointe estate. "Detroit Mob Confidential" is the first and only documentary made about America's most secretive, and most succesful Mafia family. Beginning in 1912 and finishing in 2009, "Detroit Mob Confidential" is a must-see DVD for any student of American History, crime buffs, and Detroiters of all ages and backgrounds.
Live An Die In Amerikkka ( 2010 )
To Live and Die in Amerikkka is a documentary about black on black violence and senseless killings in the streets of America.
Inside The Vegas Mafia ( 2010 )
In the 1950s, Mafia-built Las Vegas became a cash cow for organized crime, but when the richest man in the world arrived, things changed and the feds blew the lid on the original Gangster's Paradise.
Obstruction of Justice ( 1998 )
On August 23, 1987, two teenage boys stumbled upon a drug smuggling operation that was sanctioned by federal officials and protected by local law enforcement. The boys, Kevin Ives, 17, and Don Henry, 16, were murdered. Their bodies were laid across nearby railroad tracks and mutilated by a passing train. Obstruction of Justice: The Mena Connection tells what really happened and gives vivid detail into the cover-up and the state and federal officials who orchestrated it.
The Two Escobars ( 2010 )
Pablo Escobar King of Cocaine ( 1998 )
Incorporating never before-seen archival footage, home movies and interviews with family members, journalists and law enforcement officials, PABLO ESCOBAR: KING OF COCAINE tells the story of the twisted Robin Hood who founded the Medellin cartel cocaine smuggling organization and became the first billionaire criminal in South America. This piece is part of The Learning Channel series "Legends," hosted by Bryant Gumbel.
The Iceman and the Psychiatrist ( 2003 )
For the third time, HBO cameras go inside Trenton State Maximum Security Prison--and inside the mind of one of the most prolific killers in U.S. history--in this gripping documentary. Mafia hit man Richard Kuklinski freely admits to killing more than 100 people, but in this special, he speaks with top psychiatrist Dr. Park Dietz in an effort to face the truth about his condition.
Jackers: "Don't Get Caught Slippin" ( 2005 )
This documentary takes a close look at the grim world of underground crime in and around Los Angeles. With subjects including thieves from all walks of life, JACKERS examines how once-innocent children become gun-toting youths and later, professional criminals. Viewers will learn to lock their car doors after hearing the impressive and horrifying truths honestly revealed here.
Find Me Guilty ( 2006 )
Based on the true story of Jack DiNorscio, a mobster who defended himself in court for what would be the longest mafia trial in U.S. history.
National Geographic Philly Mob ( 2011 )
After the godfather of the Philadelphia mob was assassinated, wise guys battled for the top position -- and the Mafia's code of silence began to crumble. Mafia soldier Nick 'The Crow' Caramandi and hit man Ron Previte describe gangster life in transition.
Ross Kemp on Gangs ( 2006 )
Sees former star of BBC's Eastenders and journalist Ross Kemp travelling the world and meeting with some of the most dangerous people in the world. Thanks to the determination and dedication of the team that made this series, it was rightly awarded a BAFTA in 2007 for 'Best Factual Series'.
Small Time Gangster ( 2011 )
What happens when "The Family" meets The Family?
Ross Kemp in Search of Pirates ( 2009 )
The actor investigates the boom in piracy on the world's oceans, travelling to some of the planet's biggest trouble spots to discover the problems faced
The Real Football Factories ( 2006 )
Based on the Nick Love movie, Danny Dyer explores a social history of hooliganism across the UK over the past half century.
American Gangster (2006) ( 2006 )
A crime docu-series that explores the historical, socio-economic and political context surrounding the rise and fall of 9 notorious African-American criminal minds. These are not just your two-bit hustlers - One modeled his organization after the management structure of General Motors. Another studied gemology to be well versed and blend in among an elite audience of jewelers and high end collectors. Another was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize and the Nobel Prize in Literature for children's books before he was eventually executed. What was the catalyst for their life of crime? How does their story begin and end? This groundbreaking series digs deeper to answer these and other poignant questions.
Gangs of Oz ( 2009 )
Every day on our streets brutal wars are fought between powerful crime dynasties. Murder, intimidation and extortion.... Just another day in the office for these gangs, fiercely protecting their multi-million dollar businesses. Gangs of Oz is a 5 part docu-drama series looking at different criminal gangs operating in Australia over the last few decades. Each episodes examines the "families" of crime, that operate with a deadly code of loyalty and secrecy.
National Geographic Australia's hardest Prison - Lockdown Oz ( 2007 )
Over the past decade Australia's prison population has doubled. But of all the States, it's Western Australia that has the highest number of prisoners per population. Incarceration rates here are 40 percent higher than the national average. So what is it about the 'Big Empty' that causes blokes to end up behind bars? Is it more lawless out West? Are the coppers better at catching crooks? Does the convict past have a stronger influence in Australia's largest State? One thing is for sure. Serving time in a WA prison is not for the faint hearted. With prison capacity at an all time high, the cell blocks are overflowing. Casuarina, Western Australia's Maximum Security Prison, is designed for 360 inmates. It currently houses 525. For the first time ever, our cameras go inside Casuarina Prison to witness life behind bars in an Australian Super Max.
Hard Time ( 2009 )
Hard Time takes viewers on a yearlong journey behind bars, following the lives of those who work and serve time in two of Georgia's toughest maximum-security prisons.
Banged Up Abroad ( 2006 )
This series tells the true stories that would be any traveler’s worst nightmare - when a holiday in paradise becomes a journey into hell that ends up in prison abroad. Banged Up Abroad follows the sinking sense of horror from the build up and the moment of the arrest, to the individual’s journey through an incomprehensible legal process and devastating fall out with their family and friends.
The True Story of Che Guevara ( 2007 )
It's refreshing to see an accurate portrayal of Che
Crips and Bloods: Made in America ( 2008 )
With a first-person look at the notorious Crips and Bloods, this film examines the conditions that have lead to decades of devastating gang violence among young African Americans growing up in South Los Angeles.
Knuckle ( 2011 )
An epic 12-year journey into the brutal and secretive world of Irish Traveler bare-knuckle fighting. This film follows a history of violent feuding between rival clans.
Gangland ( 2001 )
In 2010 three heroes battle to survive in a city which is being controlled by an evil gang.
Hard Knock Life: A Look At Life in Prison ( 2000 )
X-Convicts recall their experience in prison, and then receive a talk from Minister Farrakhan.
Ten Commandments of the Mafia ( 2008 )
In 2007, Italian police make an astonishing discovery during a raid on a Mafia boss' villa: a list of the Mafia's most sacred laws. It's an incredible find: a code of conduct for the Mob. Now, for the first time, former Mobsters speak out about the rules that govern their criminal world; and reveal what happened when gangland began to question the so-called 'Ten Commandments of the Mafia'.
Inside the Mafia ( 2005 )
Examination of organized crime....
American Justice Target - Mafia ( 1993 )
Bill Kurtis hosts this special seven part documentary series on the history of organized crime in America. Each episode focuses on a different facet of the Mafia and it's leaders from the 1930's to the 1990's.
National Geographic Solitary Confinement ( 2010 )
Alone... in a cell... 23 hours a day... for days, or even decades. Today, tens of thousands of Americans are subject to what may be the most extreme prison environment ever designed. Although the effects of isolation are largely unknown, in prisons across the country, convicts are placed in solitary confinement - cut off from nearly all human contact. Some say solitary is the only way to handle the worst prisoners, but others claim it amounts to psychological torture more cruel than any physical abuse. From prisoners on the edge, to scientists making finds that are changing our most fundamental notions of ourselves, National Geographic looks at the science of solitary and discovers what it means to be absolutely and completely alone.
KKK Inside American Terror ( 2008 )
Inside secures exclusive access to some of the most difficult stories and takes viewers inside topics with new insight and perspective
Gangstresses Female Pimps Thugs And Drug Dealers ( 2009 )
A documentary that offers a womans perspective of life on the street Gangstresses features interviews with a number of success stories in which they tell harrowing tales of their lean years. Variously hustlers dealers porn queens rap stars daughters and mothers these women have known both hardship and success and their perspective on their roots is both enlightening and sobering.
Lockup ( 2005 )
Lockup takes us inside maximum security prisons, showing us what life is really like for those that are spending several years there, their whole life, or even those waiting to be executed.
Prison Diaries ( 2011 )
TLC shares the full story behind some the women who are incarcerated in America's prisons in the all-new six-episode series "PRISON DIARIES". Featuring first-person interviews with the convicted women, their victims and families, and the people who brought the crimes to justice, each story offers an exclusive and harrowing journey inside the female criminal mind.
American Underworld ( 2011 )
Investigative photojournalist Mark Allen Johnson risks his life to gain access to dangerous American subcultures where illicit activities take place right under the noses of law-abiding citizens
I Married a Mobster ( 2011 )
You see their lives portrayed in movies like Married to the Mob and Goodfellas, but rarely, if ever, do you hear them speak or get a glimpse into their lives. "I Married a Mobster" presents real stories of the mob from a new perspective: the women who had unprecedented access into this secretive world, where breaking vows could literally get you killed. Narrated by Tinseltown's leading mafia lady Lorraine Bracco, each episode uses reenactments, archival photos and interviews to tell the back-story of the rise and fall of mob families from the first person point-of-view of the Mrs.
Womens Prison ( 1965 )
Russian Godfathers ( 2005 )
This BBC documentary series examines the relationship between Russia's richest men ("the oligarchs") and Putin's administration in the Kremlin. The series follows each one in turn to find out what they were up to in the years leading up to 2005, and the crew is granted intimate access. Two of the five are now in exile, wanted on criminal charges, and planning their own anti-Putin campaigns with their wealth and influence.
National Geographic Pickpocket King ( 2011 )
Pickpocket King In 2005, members of an organised crime ring in Naples were so impressed by comedy pickpocket entertainer Bob Arno's light fingers that they offered him a chance to join their gang for $1,000 a day. He declined, returning to Las Vegas where he regularly delights audiences by inviting people up on stage to have their possessions unwittingly stolen. In this documentary, Arno heads to the Italian city billed as 'the pickpocket capital of the world' and where even he lost his Rolex to crafty scooter-riding bandits. There, he uncovers some of the world's most cunning thieves and hunts for pickpockets who can match his own unbelievable skills. He also ventures into the heart of an international crew of street thieves to discover just how easy it is to pinch for a living
Girlhood ( 2003 )
Shanae was arrested for murder at the age of 12, after stabbing a friend to death. Megan's mother was a drug-addled prostitute, and after being placed in, and escaping from, nearly a dozen foster homes, Megan committed a violent crime. These girls ar
Trafficked ( 2011 )
The trafficking of women and children for prostitution is a global problem. The United Nations estimates that more than one million children are forced into sexual slavery each year. Some of them are trafficked into Australia. Follow former police officer Chris Payne as he investigates this shocking crime.
History Channel The Russian Mafia ( 2008 )
With the fall of communism a rapacious new gangster class arose from out of the former Soviet Republics and became criminal millionaires. The Red Mafia which seized power with staggering speed in the post-Soviet free-market free-for-all can be traced back centuries to the Thieves Worlda secret criminal culture with a strict code of conduct based on loyalty and opposition to the government. We cover the Redfellas evolutionfrom roots in Imperial Russia to shocking global reach today.A look at the history and evolution of the Russian mafia that dates back to Tsarist Russia and has managed to not only outlast the Soviet Union but details how it thrived on its collapse.Includes details on undercover government workers and what they were very shocked to have found out about the extent to what the Russian mafia were able to offer them in America.
Extreme Drug Smuggling ( 2011 )
Drug cartels think and act like corporations, using the best scientific and extreme methods to take their illegal products to destination.
Cocaine Cowboys ( 2006 )
In the 1980s, ruthless Colombian cocaine barons invaded Miami with a brand of violence unseen in this country since Prohibition-era Chicago...
Cocaine Cowboys II: Hustlin' with the Godmother ( 2008 )
Set in 1991 on the inner-city streets of Oakland, California, cocaine dealer Charles Cosby has his life...
Crime Lords of Tokyo ( 2011 )
Personal stories and candid interviews reveal the secret truth inside Tokyo's infamous organized crime syndicate the yakuza and the law enforcement officers responsible for tracking them down.
Gangstas and Thugs West Palm Beach County ( 2009 )
a DVD portraying street violence at several locations
Slippin' Ten Years with the Bloods ( 2005 )
A documentary on five members of one of the world's most notorious gangs, the Bloods.
Hoodz DVD Stop Snitchin ( 2007 )
Hosted by the ATL's Young Jeezy, this release takes a virtual tour of 'hoods across the country, including those in Brooklyn, Cincinnati, Boston, Chicago, Miami, Houston, Atlanta, and Mississippi. Jeezy investigates the South's most famous beef to find out if it's really squashed, providing footage of the original beef between T.I. and Lil' Flip. He also travels to the Mechanicsville projects, with an all-access pass to the real boyz in da hood. The code of the street is laid out in detail, elaborating on the origins of the "Stop Snitchin'" movement that discourages communication with the police.
Hoodz Dvd New York Bloods ( 2007 )
Hoodz DVD takes you into the epicenter of one of New York's most violent street gangs "The New York Bloods," straight out the Bronx section of America's largest city... New York. This special edition of Hoodz displays the East Coast gang bangin' culture, which mimics the West Coast style of bangin'. Witness the gang bangin' action raw & uncut, plus exclusives from West Coast gang bangers and the rap game's elite.
Biography Rayful Edmond III ( 2008 )
yful Edmond III was a drug kingpin in Washington DC during the 80s. He shipped crack cocaine in from Los Angeles, making millions by the time he was 22. During this time, the city's murder rate double and cocaine-related hospital emergencies rose an estimated 400 percent. Edmond was sentenced to two life terms in 1989 but struck a deal with law enforcement by becoming a government informant.
Black Gangster The Life Story Of Chaz Williams ( 2008 )
Chaz Williams a.k.a. SLIM (from the 50 Cent track 'Many Men' -- "Slim switched sides on me, let niggas ride on me, I thought we was cool. Why you want me to die, homey?") was raised in Queens NY's 40 Projects and got into a life of crime at the early age of 12 years old.
Big Meech Death Before Dishonor ( 2010 )
The success of any organization is usually determined by it's leader. Big Meech aka Demetrius Flenory would be the BMF (Black Mafia Family) leader that would generate in excess of $270 million dollars in what the government deemed as illegal proceeds gained with criminal activities.
A Gangsta's Story The Life Story Of Larry Hoover ( 2006 )
Known as "King Larry," Hoover, along with rival gang leader David Barksdale, decided to merge their gangs into one: the Gangster Disciple Nation. In 1969, after Barksdale was killed in a shooting, Hoover took the reins of the Gangster Disciples, which now had control of Chicago's South Side. Under Hoover's rule, the Gangster Disciples took over the South Side drug trade, making more than $1,000 a day in profits.
Demetrius Holloway Last Man Standing ( 2011 )
"Last Man Standing" starts the investigation tracing the origins of the Eastside drug lords that capitalized on criminal activities by turning them into family enterprises...with men like Maserati Rick, Demetrius Holloway and Whiteboy Rick, this documentary is a sweeping saga of bloodshed, betrayal & big business.
White Boy Rick The King Rat ( 2010 )
Richard Wershe was a teenage drug dealer during the 1980's that became widely known as White Boy the age of 15, Rick was meeting with Detroit Police & federal agents at local restaurants to sell them info on crooked cops, city officials & big time drug dealers...during this time, White Boy Rick became one of the underworlds top prodigies associating with city officials like Mayor Coleman Young, & Detroit homicide detectives. Drug enforcement officials ended relations when there was no more info needed from the age of 17, he was convicted of drug trafficking and has been serving a life term since 1988.
Rollin The Decline of the Auto Industry and Rise of the Drug Economy in Detroit ( 2010 )
Once the heart of the "American Dream", Detroit began to crumble, and as the jobs evaporated, crime set in, & with illegal drugs, the city became hell & has never been the same since!... Learn about corrupt narcotic cops, the infamous YBI, White Boy Rick, & the Best Friends Murder-For-Hire Gang, as well as many others.
Street Life ( 2001 )
On The Hush Films brings the most controversial documentary ever to hit the streets. "Street Life" is not only a documentation , but also a bible to the streets. If focuses in on the mentality of urban America. This documentary will educate those who are not in the streets about the streets. It will also educate the people in the streets, to what they call...The Game. Hear real stories of war on the streets from people who are living it now. Heart breaking stories from people who made a wrong turn in life, just didn't think it could happen to them. Many of these stories that are being shared to the world through this documentary are by real people with real lives, doing real things. Witness the advantages and disadvantages of ... Street Life, growing up in the hood.
Hoodz Young Jeezy The Raw Streets Of ATL ( 2009 )
HOODZ DVD: STREET CODE - Hoodz Dvd takes you on a live journey from hoodz to hoodz around the world. You get to see life in different hoodz everywhere, the good, the bad, & the ugly from the meanest streets to hip-hops biggest beefs, Young Jeezy breaks down the street code from the rap game to the raw streetz of ATL. Witness life from ATL's YG's & Trap Starz plus Live Raw & Uncut From Brooklyn to Memphis!! Hood To Hood At Its Best!
Boston Beatdown ( -0001 )
Boston beatdown is a documentary movie about the violent underground culture within the Boston hardcore scene featuring a group that calls themselves the FSU gang or Friends Stand United. Boston Beatdown documents the violent and sometimes repulsive actions of the Boston FSU gang (Friends Stand United)
Mr. Untouchable ( 2007 )
<p> The true-life story of a Harlem's notorious Nicky Barnes, a junkie turned multimillionaire drug-lord...
Hells Angels Forever ( 1983 )
What starts off as a squadron of American daredevil bombers in World War II, branded by society as renegades...
National Geographic Lockdown Gang War ( 2010 )
National Geographic takes you inside one of the United States' most violent and dangerous maximum-security prisons - Salinas Valley State Prison in Soledad, California. With nearly 200 gang-related attacks each year, overcrowded conditions have increased tensions for both officers and inmates. Hear firsthand how fights and murders are organized by gang leaders and how out-numbered officers can easily be at the mercy of a gang war.
The Most Evil Men and Woman in History ( 2001 )
This series consists of episodes which profile evil men throughout history who have used their power to torture, kill, maim and eradicate millions of people.
National Geographic: Death Row Texas ( 2009 )
It's the busiest execution chamber in the country. In the small town of Huntsville, Texas 18 inmates were executed in 2008 alone, 423 between 1982 and 2008. National Geographic provides rare access inside this center of the capital punishment controversy. In intimate interviews, meet those scheduled to be executed in just weeks and learn how they struggle through each day knowing the exact date and hour of their death. And find out how the residents of Huntsville feel about living in a town that's ground zero for capital punishment in the United States.
National Geographic: Britains Underworld Glasgow ( 2010 )
See the remarkable story that covers half a century of crime in one of Britain's most violent cities.
Crime Wave 18 Months of Mayhem ( 2008 )
John Dillinger, Machine Gun Kelly, Bonnie and Clyde, Pretty Boy Floyd... These names have become so iconic, it&#x27;s easy to forget that they were some of America&#x27;s most notorious criminals who went on a historic crime spree that began and ended in just 18 months.
Dope Sick Love ( 2005 )
Dope Sick Love (2005) is the story of two drug addicted young couples living on the streets of New York City. What you see is what the Renaud Brothers lived, over the course of 18. With no music, and no narration, Dope Sick Love is cinema verite at its rawest and most pure form. No film has ever taken the viewer this far, and this close, into a life of crime, drugs, and addiction.
The Life of Rayful Edmond ( 2005 )
Never done before him... Never done after him. The true king of cocaine. At his peak he sold 2,000 kilos a week, reaped gross profits of $70 million a month, and ran an operation with over 150 soldiers to support him. In his life champagne flowed like water, trips to Vegas, New York, and Los Angeles were the norm, and $150,000 shopping sprees were nothing. At the height of Washington, D.C.&#x27;s brutal crack epidemic in 1987, there was a 22 year old man responsible for distributing 90% of Columbian Cocaine onto the city&#x27;s streets. This man is Rayful Edmond III. In the media&#x27;s eyes he was guilty until proven innocent, but in the streets eyes he was a hero who made it to the top. This is his story-a story of; Power, Money, Murder, Betrayal and the rise and fall of the Edmond&#x27;s Empire.
Hood News Police Terrorism ( 2011 )
Police Terrorism is a film documenting police activity in the ghettos of America. Some scenes are EXTREMELY GRAPHIC. Viewer Discretion advised.
National Geographic Lockdown Gang vs. Family Convert ( 2011 )
In Utah, a home-grown gang battles larger national gangs for turf. But this gang is different. Their loyalty is so extreme, membership passes from father to son.
America and the Mob Wartime Friends ( 2004 )
At the outbreak of World War II, the ocean liner Normandie was brought into New York City harbor where it was to be converted into a carrier for US troops to the battlefields of Europe. After a mysterious fire broke out, the huge vessel capsized leaving American authorities suspecting the act to be the work of Nazi spies. But some feel that Lucky Luciano, American mafia kingpin, may have a hand in it. As events unfolded, Luciano and the US Government entered into a deal which helped the war effort, but left the Mafia as a powerhouse in the States thereafter, despite Luciano's eventual deportation to Italy.
Once Upon a Time in Norway ( 2007 )
Interviews with central members of early Norwegian black metal bands about Mayhem, the early black metal scene and the crimes they committed.
Billy the Kid ( 2012 )
On April 28, 1881, just days from being hanged for murder, 21-year-old Henry McCarty, alias Billy the Kid, outfoxed his jailors and electrified the nation with the last in a long line of daring escapes. Just a few weeks later, he was finally gunned down by an ambitious sheriff, and the felling of one of the most notorious criminals of the age made headlines across the country.First demonized by the lawman who killed him, the Kid was soon mythologized by a never-ending stream of dime store romances and big-screen dramas. But with each telling, Billy the Kid\'s real story was further obscured. Born to impoverished Irish immigrants, the Kid led a hardscrabble, itinerant life that became harder still when his mother died of tuberculosis. He came of age in a lawless corner of New Mexico, caught in the middle of a many-centuries-old Irish-English conflict playing out on the Southwest plains. But despite his reckless violence, the Kid\'s fascination with Mexican culture, his flare for Spanish, and his disdain for the Anglo authorities made him a hero of sorts to the Hispanic community, who hid him when the law came looking and mourned him most when he was gone.
Secrets Of The Shoplifters ( 2012 )
tain is the shoplifting capital of Europe - the crime has increased by over 12% in the last year. This film heads to the front line of the battle between shops and robbers, revealing the cunning and clever up-to-date tactics employed by both sides. The summer riots highlighted that Brits are prepared to break the law and steal to get what they want. Whilet store detectives are refusing to give up the fight, shoplifters are equally determined to outwit them. It's a surreal world of cat and mouse - detectives scour Facebook while lifters use a range of complex tricks to try to disable those seemingly unmovable tags. The recession is dramatically changing the goods that are being stolen - the theft of clothing is being replaced by a huge rise in meat stealing. With shoplifters becoming smarter and more presentable in appearance, security staff have to become experts in body language to stay one step ahead. These committed detectives are putting their necks on the line, often without handcuffs or stab vests, while they try and detain people who, when caught, can sometimes turn violent.
A Very British Gangster Part 2 ( 2011 )
A VERY BRITISH GANGSTER 2 delves back into the murky and brutal world of organised crime and one of its most notorious families. Picking up from the moment Dominic Noonan is released from prison, Donal MacIntyre captures first-hand the events surrounding Noonan as he tries to regain control of his criminal empire and family after years away inside. However, trouble is never very far away from the Noonan clan and he is soon back in the headlines......and behind bars. This tough and brutal documentary holds nothing back and gives an unprecedented and uncompromising look at what it is really like to be a part of one of Britain s most dangerous families.
BBC Crackhouse ( 2003 )
BBC'S Karl john revisits his home town in liverpool where there is a major crack cocaine problem in the uk,he visits his old freinds from school who are all now hooked on the drug and gives an inside view of crack addicts in the uk. We see prostitutes and shoplifters and pregnant hookers in action and people smoking crack and what kind of places they inhabit. A must watch very gripping contains scenes of nudity and obscene langauge from the start.
National Geographic Australias Hardest Prison Lockdown OZ ( 2012 )
Witness the tense reality of life in a Super Max from a uniquely Australian perspective.Over the past decade Australia`s prison population has doubled. But of all the States, it`s Western Australia that has the highest number of prisoners per population. Incarceration rates here are 40 percent higher than the national average. So what is it about the "Big Empty" that causes blokes to end up behind bars? Is it more lawless out West? Are the coppers better at catching crooks? Does the convict past have a stronger influence in Australia`s largest State? One thing is for sure. Serving time in a WA prison is not for the faint hearted. With prison capacity at an all time high, the cell blocks are overflowing. Casuarina, Western Australia`s Maximum Security Prison, is designed for 360 inmates. It currently houses almost double that. For the first time ever, our cameras go inside Casuarina Prison to witness life behind bars in an Australian Super Max.
Cellblock 6: Female Lock Up ( 2010 )
Eight unique women cope with their incarceration in Gwinnett County Jail. Six have just arrived at the facility, two live together as cellmates, and one prepares for her release even though she has no place to go.
The Most Evil Men and Women In History ( 2001 )
This series of programme scrutinises and consits of 16 episodes with individual parts of the profiles of 16 evil men and women throughout history who have used their power to torture, kill, maim and eradicate millions of people, some of the most infamous figures in world history and the lives they led.
Secret Access: Gang War USA ( 2011 )
Could the American government's war on transnational gangs, ironically, be making them stronger and more deadly?
Serving Life ( 2011 )
Actor Forest Whitaker narrates the story of a group of inmate volunteers who staff their own hospice inside a maximum security prison in Louisiana where the average sentence is more than 90 years.
The Godfather and the Mob ( 2006 )
'The Godfather and the Mob' is the untold story of the real life Mafia's involvement in the making of Coppola's 'The Godfather'. After initially opposing the film and launching a campaign of violence and intimidation against Paramount Pictures, the Mafia embraced the film and even demanded starring roles.
Rich and Will's Top 10 Shootouts ( 2012 )
Rich Wyatt of 'American Guns' and Will Hayden of 'Sons of Guns' count down their top 10 shootouts of all time. Along the way they fire the iconic weapons that changed history.
Enemies of the People ( 2009 )
The Khmer Rouge slaughtered nearly two million people in the late 1970s. Yet the Killing Fields of Cambodia remain unexplained. Until now. Enter Thet Sambath, an unassuming, yet cunning, investigative journalist who spends a decade of his life gaining the trust of the men and women who perpetrated the massacres. From the foot soldiers who slit throats to Pol Pot&#x27;s right-hand man, the notorious Brother Number Two, Sambath records shocking testimony never before seen or heard. Having neglected his own family for years, Sambath&#x27;s work comes at a price. But his is a personal mission. He lost his parents and his siblings in the Killing Fields. Amidst his journey to discover why his family died, we come to understand for the first time the real story of Cambodia&#x27;s tragedy.
National Geographic: Hacker ( 2010 )
National Geographic looks into the hacker, however their are different degrees of hacker, and some have different goals than others which range from political activism, to do it for fun or the lolz, and some are out to steal data to profit, but not all. This brief documentary shows some of the aspects of the Hackers. Are they criminals or are they our guardians, National Geographic will let you decide...
Into the Abyss ( 2011 )
Conversations with death row inmate Michael Perry and those affected by his crime serve as an examination of why people - and the state - kill.
Blank City ( 2010 )
During the punk rock stage in the late '70s, downtown New York experienced a wave of "Do it yourself" independent filmmaking.
Chasing Madoff ( 2010 )
The film includes interviews with Markopolos and fellow investigators Frank Casey, Neil Chelo, Michael Ocrant, and Gaytri Kachroo over how they pursued and exposed Bernie Madoff and his elaborate ponzi scheme for bilking investors out of $50 billion.
The Killing of America ( 1982 )
A documentary of the decline of America. It features a lot a great footage (most exclusive to this film) from race riots to serial killers and much-much more.
Crime After Crime ( 2011 )
The story of the battle to free Debbie Peagler, an incarcerated survivor of brutal domestic violence. Over 26 years in prison cannot crush the spirit of this determined African-American woman, despite the injustices she has experienced, first at the hands of a duplicitous boyfriend who beat her and forced her into prostitution, and later by prosecutors who cornered her into a life behind bars for her connection to the murder of her abuser. Her story takes an unexpected turn two decades later when a pair of rookie land-use attorneys cut their teeth on her case -- and attract global attention to the troubled intersection of domestic violence and criminal justice.
Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid ( 2012 )
Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid led the Wild Bunch through a series of bank and train robberies across the American Old West. Their exploits served as the basis for the 1967 Oscar-winning film Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, starring Paul Newman and Robert Redford.
National Geographic Bloody Tales of the Tower Traitors ( 2012 )
All executions at the Tower and nearby Tower Hill were horrific, but a particularly unpleasant end awaited those who betrayed the Crown. In the first episode discover the contrasting fates of three very different traitors, including the case of the last person killed at the Tower by firing squad.
Before They Die ( 2008 )
This is the story of the Tulsa Race Riot of 1921, the worst case of domestic terrorism in American history. It is about the few (80) remaining living survivors and their fight for justice and compensation; their demand for the dignity and recognition of those who died that day and who have been denied a decent burial for 87 years; the pursuit of the justice that they have been denied in the Courts and now in the Congress of the United States. It captures their journey for justice as these 3 surviving victims (90, 92 & 104) travel the country telling their stories and being embraced by the real America everywhere they go. They are lovable, loved and determined to share their unique stories, that were hidden for 80 years by a conspiracy of silence. Despite the efforts of the guilty and shamed who would prefer to Delay, Deny and Hope They Die, these Warriors for Right refuse to be silenced... even after the Creator calls them home.
Smugglers ( 2011 )
Smugglers is a documentary series which attempts tro expose the work of organised crime gangs and the normal holiday-maker as they attempt to beat the country's border controls and smuggle drugs and tobacco into the country from abroad.
Strangeways ( 2011 )
Strangeways is a documentary series which follows the day to day life in Strangeways prison
I Escaped: Real Prison Breaks ( 2010 )
Recounts incredible true stories of some of the greatest prison escapes in history.
Gangsta King: Raymond Lee Washington ( 2003 )
Robert Stack hosts this documentary about Raymond Lee Washington, 60's radical and founder of the revolutionist club, the Crips. The program features an interview with original Crips member Gregg "Batman" Davis in an effort to shed light on Washington
Mr Sin The Abe Saffron Story ( 2010 )
This remarkable story examines how bribery, blackmail and corruption made enigmatic crime boss Abe Saffron Australia's number one underworld figure for almost three decades.
La vida loca ( 2008 )
A French-Spanish filmmaker Christian Poveda who documented the lives of the dangerous San Salvador Mara 18 street gang
Maserti Rick ( 2008 )
The life and times of Detroit drug dealer Richard Carter -- known to his friends and associates as Maserati Rick -- play out with gritty realism in this docudrama featuring Rick's brothers, Greg and Big "E," and his son, Maserati Rick Jr. A shrewd salesman with the goods to back up his gift for fast talk, Rick helped found the city's notorious "Best Friends" drug cartel. But a few years later, he met his end with a shot to the head.
The Real Bronson ( 2011 )
A look at the battle to control Charles Bronson. Dubbed 'the most violent man in Britain', he is held in 'The Cage' in HMP Wakefield where he is less able to wreck, attack or take hostages.
Beyond Scared Straight ( 2011 )
'Beyond Scared Straight!' will once again show young offender intervention programs, only these have evolved since 'scaring teens is no longer as easy of a task.' Each of the four episodes will focus on a different prison program, following a group of at-risk teens and preteens going through the program and then catching up with them two months later.
7th Street ( 2003 )
Hood Life Volume 3 ( 2007 )
Hood Life, Vol. 3: The Documentary Continues offers more footage of the often perilous existence for those who attempt to survive on the mean streets of the inner city. ~ Perry Seibert, Rovi
National Geographic Millennium Heist Diamond Geezers ( 2012 )
The story of how the police foiled a gang&#65533;s attempt to steal a 770-carat diamond that was on display at the Millennium Dome in November 2000.
The Squad: Prison Police ( 2010 )
Imagine a city populated entirely by the nation's worst criminals, and it's your job to police them... Tennessee Prison is that city, and The Squad that police force. The Squad is comprised of 8 special agents who respond to and investigate every major crime in the prison -- from riots and assaults, to organized crime and drugs, to stabbings and murder.
The Stanford Prison Experiment ( 1971 )
The Stanford prison experiment was a study of the psychological effects of becoming a prisoner or prison guard. The experiment was conducted from August 14th to 20th 1971 by a team of researchers led by Psychology professor Philip Zimbardo at Stanford University. Twenty-four students were selected out of 75 to play the prisoners and live in a mock prison in the basement of the Stanford psychology building. Roles were assigned randomly. The participants adapted to their roles well beyond what even Zimbardo himself expected, leading the "Officers" to display authoritarian measures and ultimately to subject some of the prisoners to torture. In turn, many of the prisoners developed passive attitudes and accepted physical abuse, and, at the request of the guards, readily inflicted punishment on other prisoners who attempted to stop it. The experiment even affected Zimbardo himself, who, in his capacity as "Prison Superintendent," lost sight of his role as psychologist and permitted the abuse to continue as though it were a real prison. Five of the prisoners were upset enough by the process to quit the experiment early, and the entire experiment was abruptly stopped after only six days. The experimental process and the results remain controversial. The entire experiment was filmed, with excerpts made publicly available.
At Night I Fly ( 2011 )
In At Night I Fly: Images from New Folsom, inmates at one of California's most maximum security prisons let us see their world. This world is less about dangerous drama and more, as one of them describes, "about isolation. About closure of both the mind and the heart. And the spirit." The documentary shows prisoners, most serving a life sentence, who refuse such closure and instead work to uncover and express themselves. Their primary tool is making art and the film takes us to New Folsom's Arts in Corrections' room, to prison poetry readings, gospel choirs, blues guitar on the yard, and to many more scenes of creation.
Mobsters ( 2007 )
Features the true stories behind the mob legends who have ruthlessly clawed and fought their own precarious versions of the American Dream.
True Caribbean Pirates ( 2006 )
Blackbeard, Henry Morgan, Ann Bonny and Black Bart Roberts. Larger than life, more dangerous than legend - pirates and buccaneers set sail for plunder. Shot in high definition - True Caribbean Pirates recreates the rise of piracy in the Caribbean and its climactic, inevitable downfall.
Hacker ( 2010 )
National Geographic looks into the hacker, however their are different degrees of hacker, and some have different goals than others which range from political activism, to do it for fun or the lulz, and some are out to steal data to profit, but not all.
Football's Fight Club ( 2002 )
History of Hooliganism from the early eighties to the present day.
Louisiana Lockdown ( 2012 )
Set inside one of the country's largest maximum-security penitentiaries, Angola Prison. Angola is home to 5,300 prisoners who may never see the outside world again. With an army of 1,300 dedicated staff-people, the prison grounds are also home to hundreds of guards and workers and many of these families have dwelled there for generations. The penitentiary has a bloodied past, known for the numerous grisly murders that occurred there, but Warden Burl Cain has since introduced correctional programs to correspond with his motto - "Land of New Beginnings." The earned opportunity to be released temporarily from the prison walls.
Outlaw Empires ( 2012 )
Behind the America you know lies another world, where people live outside the law. For the new Discovery Channel series "KURT SUTTER'S OUTLAW EMPIRES", premiering Monday, May 14 at 10PM ET/PT and produced by Studio Lambert and Sutterink for Discovery, Sons of Anarchy creator Kurt Sutter enters the realm of the gangs and families who have dominated our streets and helped shape our nation's history. Steered by Sutter's compelling insight, each episode of "KURT SUTTER'S OUTLAW EMPIRES" tells the complete story of an iconic American outlaw dynasty - directly from the mouths of people from the inside. Through their no-holds-barred accounts, the series takes an unvarnished look at moment-by-moment experiences that were not only pivotal for the organizations themselves, but life-changing for the individuals telling the stories. (Source: The Discovery Channel)
Young Yakuza ( 2007 )
In an era where juvenile delinquency in Japan has hit an all-time high, writer/director Jean-Pierre Limosin tells the tale of an aimless twenty year-old who is faced with the choice of walking two distinctly disparate paths in life. Naoki has proven
Fourteen Days in May ( 1988 )
The final two weeks in the life of a 26 year old black man convicted of murdering a white marshal, as he awaits a stay of execution for a crime many believe he never committed. ~ Baseline StudioSystems
Mobster Confessions ( 2012 )
On Discovery's newest series, "Mobster Confessions," real-life gangsters look back at their lives of crime as mafia informants come out of hiding to tell their stories.
I Almost Got Away With It ( 2010 )
Murders, drug dealers, bank robbers or jail escapees. The stories are different, but the motive is always the same: to stay out of prison. See what pushed these fugitives to their crimes, how they changed their identities, evaded the law and - almost - got away with it.
The Pirate Tapes ( 2011 )
The Pirate Tapes follows filmmaker Mohamed Ashareh as he risks his life to expose the inner workings of Somali pirate gangs by going undercover to meet them. This acclaimed documentary brings viewers inside the dangerous lair of the pirates, exposing their motivations and methods.
Scottsboro An American Tragedy ( 2001 )
A look at the infamous &#x22;Scottsboro Boys&#x22; case that occurred in Alabama in 1931, in which nine young black men were arrested, tried and quickly convicted in the rape of two white women, despite overwhelming evidence that showed their accusers had falsely accused them and the fact that one of the women later admitted that no rape had in fact occurred (although both had had sexual relations with their boyfriends on the day prior to the &#x22;rape&#x22;). The case was one of the first that shined a spotlight on what many called the &#x22;legal lynchings&#x22; that occurred in the South whenever blacks were accused of crimes, especially against whites and most especially against white women.
Our Crime ( 2012 )
Series exploring real-life scenes of violence, theft and mayhem, to unpack and re-tell the human stories behind the criminal act.
After Innocence ( 2005 )
A gripping, emotionally charged film that follows wrongfully convicted men freed by DNA evidence after decades in prison as they struggle to transition back into society.
Freedom Downtime ( 2001 )
A feature length documentary about the Free Kevin movement and the hacker world.
Hooligan ( 2012 )
Sean Bean (Game of Thrones, The Lord of the Rings series) presents one of the hardest hitting films on football violence ever made. Starring some of the football firm s most feared and notorious figures and former Millwall hard man Tamer Hassan (Dead Man Running, Bonded By Blood) , Hooligan is the real story of football violence told with shocking honesty. With footage of the worst hooliganism ever seen in the UK and abroad and revealing stories from ex-hooligans, the police and football authorities, director Donal Macintyre (the reporter behind the ground-breaking undercover TV programme Chelsea Headhunters) gets into the world of the football firms like never before, capturing all the fear, violence and mayhem they bring.
Ross Kemp: Extreme World ( 2011 )
Ross Kemp travels to Mexico, Congo, Chicago, Haiti and even the UK. In each episode, Ross confronts criminals responsible for drug dealing, human trafficking, murder and rape. He also sees the human cost of these crimes and meets those who risk their lives in the pursuit of justice.
Parole Diaries ( 2012 )
Follows nine parole officers in Indianapolis, IN as they tackle their most difficult and heart-wrenching cases.
The real Blow story- George Jung [2001] ( 2012 )
The real story of George Jung. The real life person who was the inspiration of Johnny Depp's character in the movie "Blow"
In Prison My Whole Life ( 2007 )
A look at the life of imprisoned political activist and former Black Panther member, Mumia Abu-Jamal, who's death sentence for killing a police officer was overturned in 2001 due to errors made during his original 1982 sentencing hearing.
The Farm Angola USA ( 1998 )
Documentary depicting day to day life in Angola Prison mostly from an inmate&#x27;s perspective. Interviews are with several inmates including one with a life sentence who is about to die.
The St Valentine's Day Massacre ( 1997 )
A detailed history of the war between Chicago's North Side and South Side organized-crime gangs during the Prohibition era, leading up to the infamous "Saint Valentine's Day Massacre".
Crimes in Time ( 1997 )
This show examines various crimes throughout history. The segment titled, "The Last Outlaw" specifically looks into the life of Butch Cassidy.
Licensed to Kill ( 1998 )
Winner of both the Directors and Filmmakers Trophy awards at the Sundance Film Festival, &#x22;Licensed to Kill&#x22; goes behind the media headlines of recent high-profile anti-gay murders to investigate their causes. Attacked by gay bashers in 1977, filmmaker Arthur Dong probes the hearts and minds of murderers convicted of killing gay men he faces them in one-on-one cell block interviews and asks them directly: &#x22;Why did you do it?&#x22; Probing on-camera interviews with seven convicted killers behind bars propel the narrative drive of &#x22;Licensed To Kill.&#x22; These inmates include a wide range of distinct profiles: a young man who claims he justifiably killed as protection from his victim&#x27;s sexual advances - a defense known as &#x22;homosexual panic&#x22;; a self-loathing, religious gay man who killed because of his own homosexual tendencies; a victim of child abuse who feared losing his manhood; an army sergeant angry over the gays in the military debate; and a self-described homeboy looking for easy prey.
Kids Behind Bars ( 2005 )
A Documentary examining the lives of teenagers in young offenders institutes.
On The Run ( 2012 )
A special investigation by Nicky Campbell and former police detective Mark Williams-Thomas to see just how wanted criminals evade the police.
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