this film is a little preachy however gives a good and refreshingly unbiased account of British civil liberties being taken away by the government since Tony Blair has been in power. You don’t have to be British to feel the effects of this documentary. This film may be a little Alex Jones for some however with an open mind you can take a lot from this film.
Watch this film and share it.
Updated 02-07-13 at 01:51 by Vipp
Big Boys Gone Bananas*
What would happen if you or I decided to take question the honest reputation of a multinational corporation that had enough money to buy the best lawyers in all of America?
Fredrik Gertten unwittingly managed to do just this by accident and you get to see the whole picture unfold in this brilliant and light hearted documentary. A small independent film maker and his producer fight for the right to freedom
TPB: AFK (The Pirate Bay: Away From Keyboard)
This documentary is essential viewing for all of us here and anyone who is interested in the wider issue of internet freedom and the ideology of torrent and file sharing and what it can offer in the way of products and services.
Many internet users might think the latest films and music are all you can find on torrent sites but this isn’t the case at all, many P2P site users offer
Updated 02-07-13 at 01:52 by Vipp
Well, after months of wondering the fate of News Corp’s IGN Entertainment, wonder no more. It was just announced IGN Entertainment was purchased for an “undisclosed amount” by mega media company Ziff-Davis.
If you are confused by all of this, so are we. Let’s try and sort all this out. First, you might recall 1UP.com was owned by Ziff-Davis before they sold it to UGO Entertainment in 2009. Then IGN Entertainment eventually bought UGO in 2011 and thus, also owned 1UP. Now, it was just
Nightmare in Manchuria:
This film sheds light on the hidden facts of ‘Unit 731’ a Japanese laboratory set up by the Japanese war general ‘Shiro Ishii’ in occupied China to test deadly diseases and weapons of war on live prisoners. The aim of this research was to see and document the effects of war on live human subjects.
The film has archive footage of human experimentation which will shock anyone watching however it is worth sticking