5 Unsettling Documentaries – Horror Month 2016 – Day 22
by Andrea “The Grill” of Geeky Gaming
Let’s Take a look at some unsettling documentaries! A couple of these are crazy!
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Hey Geeks, it’s Andrea. There are a lot of dark documentaries out there. Let’s take a look at a few. I made sure all of the documentaries on this list are available on Netflix at the time of this video. At least in America, you will have to check the Netflix for your countries. Alright Geeks, let’s go.
- The Nightmare
As someone who has experienced sleep paralysis several times in my life, I was very intrigued to watch a documentary about it. Although I do feel it was way over dramatized and made a natural thing seem more paranormal than it actually is, it is a creepy documentary on a subject that is a great cause of anxiety for many people. If you’re looking for real answers, I would look elsewhere; but if you are wanting to watch some creepy documentaries this Halloween, this is a good starting point.
- Room 237
Regardless of how old you are, there is a decent chance you’ve seen the movie the Shining. It’s just one of those classic movies. Although the Shining is over 35 years old at this point, it still has fans and people that remember watching this movie spanning over several generations. This documentary takes a look at subtle things you may or may not have noticed while watching. Looking for hidden meanings and theories about the movie. After watching this, you might have a renewed respect for the movie and will see it in a different light.
- Killer Legends
This documentary takes a look at some classic urban legends and breaks them down to teach us the truth about what is based off of truth and what is purely the work of storytelling. They take a look at the originations of hook man, candy man, baby sitter killers, and the worst for me killer clowns. Even though the end of the documentary was hard for me to watch because it covered a subject that is at the top of my fears list, this is actually a decent documentary. It takes it from the angle of finding the truth and looking at cases rather than using false over dramatization.
This is done by the same guy who did the previous one. Killer Legends was kind of a sequel to Cropsey. The myth of Cropsey was from the town the two-people researching and telling the story were raised. It was a case of urban legend turned out to be truth instead of fiction. The myth was that there was escaped mental patient kidnapping children and taking them to a creepy house. It was all believed to be a story until children went missing. Cropsey looks at the facts behind these cases and whether or not the real boogy man was the one they have behind bars.
- The Imposter
This story is one that I almost can’t believe really happened. Over 3 years after 13-year-old Texas native Nicholas Barclay disappeared, they got a call that any family with a missing child desperately wishes to hear. They had found Nicholas. What they didn’t know was that the man on the phone was also Nicholas. Well not really Nicholas. 23-year-old man Frederic Bourdin lived with the Barclay family for almost 5 months under the false pretenses of being a 16-year-old missing boy. He didn’t look young or anything like the kid. It’s crazy.
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