The Meth Epidemic

This 2011 film investigates how and why meth use spiraled out of control and contributed to the drug abuse problem in America. Speed. Meth. Glass. On the street, methamphetamine has many names. What started as a fad among West Coast…

Crystal Meth Addict James Interviewed

Soft White Underbelly interview and portrait of James, a crystal meth addicted man living on Skid Row. (Source: Soft White Underbelly)

‘THE TRADE’: Director Matthew Heineman Delivers Addictive Docuseries on Opiates Scourge

By Gregory Crofton Best known for the Oscar-nominated documentary CARTEL LAND (2015), Matthew Heineman has made its sequel in a five-part series that presents the Mexico-to-U.S. drug trade circa 2017. If you were a fan of CARTEL LAND, you’ll like…

Black Tar Heroin: The Dark End of the Street

Filmmakers followed the lives of five people over a period of three years to document their heroin addiction, health problems and sex lives.

‘FINDERS KEEPERS’: A Documentary About a Stolen Leg that’s Slick Like Reality TV

By Gregory Crofton Can a movie about someone’s amputated right leg hold your interest for more than an hour? Almost, if it’s made by some talented filmmakers, as is the case with FINDERS KEEPERS co-directed by Bryan Carberry and Clay…
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