This episode n9 was aired almost a week ago - Wednesday, September 11, but there hasn't been a sub posted for it. No other site has subs for it either, and I have found that the only site that has subs for this series starting from episode 1 is, in fact, Addic7ed. Episode 10 will actually air tomorrow morning (Sept. 18) and hopefully we will get subs for it also. TIA!
Hammer Horror: The Warner Bros Years - 2018 - 6/10 Nicely turned documentary on a disappointing period for Hammer. The 70s, when they partnered a distribution / financial agreement with Warners. Hammer’s prime was past, though the influx of cash did not hurt. Nor did Warners (apparently) interfere with them very much. Nonetheless, their Gothic look, costumed horror yarns grew out of step with the times. (Edgier competition included Night Of The Living Dead , The Exorcist , Texas Chainsaw Massacre .) Excellent, passionate narrators. The films, so-so.
There is this new Sundance documentary airing from AMC, which is called "No one saw a thing". The last episode aired on September 5. I am placing this request in case someone has access to the English subtitles. Many thanks !
Prophet’s Prey - 2015 - 5/10 Disturbing account of Warren Jeffs, leader of a distaff branch of the Church Of Latter Day Saints (Mormons). Above, he is pictured with a fraction of his 60+ wives, the youngest was 12 when he married her. Documentary does a good job with chronology. Even handedness is another matter. Straight off, the score by Nick Cave, dark and forbidding from beginning to end. I found this to be more overly subliminal. Jeffs is cast as child molester, rapist and polygamist. While the documentarian drives by the offshoot sect, no one is interviewed. Or no attempts are shown on record. Watching left a sour taste in my mouth, and I realize others may be horrified.
I have the following raw subs. I removed the colors but left the text for hearing impaired. I hope this helps you!
I Called Him Morgan - 2016 - 6/10 Informative biography on Jazz trumpeter, Lee Morgan, as told from fellow musicians, and the woman who killed him. Morgan came up in the late 50s, working with Art Blakey’s Jazz Messengers, later leading his own combos. Photos, home movies, old newsreels, combine with recollections. Most of the interviewees are aging, one key individual was caught a month before their death. Should appeal to music fans, whether you are into Jazz, or not. Admittedly, I knew of Morgan, and while roughly half of my Jazz albums are trumpet players (Miles, Louis, Chet), I only had two or three, seldom listened to, LPs by Morgan.