Okay, I've been on a documentary binge lately... so sue me.
Hell House - A documentary about a church in the Dallas area putting on a Hell House; basically a haunted house meets a church service (I'm sure most of you are familiar). The director was very objective... you're never under the impression that he's edited the film to make anyone look bad, and he lets the people speak for themselves. For me, it brought back memories of the AoG church I grew up in; many of the people in the film were exactly like some of the people I knew there. I'm sure for people who didn't grow up in a charismatic church it will be interesting, and maybe even frightening. Although it drags a little towards the middle, it's a good watch. B+
Crazy Love - A boring documentary about some schmuck in the 50's who gets obsessed with a girl and hires some guys to throw lye in her face after she breaks up with him. The thing runs for an hour and a half, which is really an hour too long... it could have been an interesting 20 or 30 minute segment on 20/20 or something. As it was... *yawns* - C-
A vegan atheist walks into a bar. Bartender says "Hey, are you a vegan atheist? Just kidding, you've mentioned it like eight times already."