What’s your plan this Friday the 13th? You think the mainstream Horror films are more scary, then you will be surprised and scared to see these Documentaries which are spine chillers, shockingly creepier and what scares the most is they are for real!
1. Interview with a Cannibal(2011)
Issei Sagawa murdered an innocent woman and spent three days eating her flesh. Due to loopholes in the law, Issei is a free man to this day.
2. In A Town This Size(2011)
This film is a personal narrative of the filmmaker who was also abused. Stories are told through poignant first-person interviews with the victims, their families and professionals, this film brings to viewers an unnerving familiarity with the lifelong harm of childhood sexual abuse.
3. The Act of Killing (2012)
the 2013 documentary about the political and criminal genocide in Indonesia of the 1960’s and the ongoing unchecked abuses of power by government “thugs,” has achieved international recognition.
4. Child of Rage (1990)
A victim of sexual molestation at an early age, Thomas and her younger brother were removed from their childhood home and placed with a loving adoptive family shortly before she turned two years old. But the long-term effects of her abuse are astounding: Thomas relays, in cold detail, how she often feels a murderous anger toward the people who love her the most—and details the violence she now inflicts on her family members. The film follows Thomas as she undergoes “attachment therapy” to treat her violent rage.
5. Capturing the Friedmans (2003)
The investigation into Arnold Friedman’s life started after the U.S. Postal Service in 1987 intercepted a magazine of child pornography received from the Netherlands. In searching his Great Neck, New York home, investigators found a collection of child pornography. After learning that Friedman taught children computer classes from his home, local police began to suspect him of abusing his students.
6. The Bridge (2006)
The Bridge is a 2006 British-American documentary film by Eric Steel spanning 365 days of filming at the San Francisco Golden Gate Bridge in 2004. The film captured a number of suicides, and featured interviews with family and friends of some of the identified people who had thrown themselves from the bridge that year.
7. The True Story behind The Exorcism of Anneliese Michel Emily Rose.
Anneliese Michel was a German woman who underwent Catholic exorcism rites in 1975 and died the next year, due to lack of medical care. Later investigation determined that she was malnourished and dehydrated, her parents and the priests responsible were charged with negligent homicide. The case attracted media and public attention because of the Catholic Church’s unusual decision to employ the 400-year-old ritual of exorcism, something that had been rarely seen since the 18th Century.