Highest Rated Titles With Chris Kasick
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3. First Person (2000– )
Not Rated | 491 min | Documentary, Biography
Amazing series primarily using Errol Morris' invention the Interrotron for unusual people to tell their outré stories directly into the camera to the viewer. Almost every half-hour ... See full summary »
7. Star Wars at 30 (2007 TV Movie)
Tv special. G4 Broadcasts live May 25-27th 2007, at the Los Angeles convention center at Star Wars Celebration IV, the 30th anniversary of star Wars. Where tens of thousands of fans had ... See full summary »
PG-13 | 107 min | Documentary, Biography, History
Votes: 21,033 | Gross: $4.19M
10. Attack of the Show! (2005–2013)
60 min | News
There's the inside track, and then there are those who pave the inside track. Attack of the Show gets you inside, underneath, around, and behind the newest tech, the hottest games, the ... See full summary »
11. Night of the Living Dead: Live from Wisconsin - Hosted by Mark & Mike (2006 TV Movie)
180 min | Horror
Mark Borchardt and Mike Schank, the stars of AMERICAN MOVIE, host George Romero's classic NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD from lawn chairs parked in a suburban front yard on the northwest side of Milwaukee.
12. Standard Operating Procedure (2008)
R | 116 min | Documentary, Crime, War
Errol Morris examines the incidents of abuse and torture of suspected terrorists at the hands of U.S. forces at the Abu Ghraib prison.
Votes: 3,615 | Gross: $0.23M
16. The 79th Annual Academy Awards (2007 TV Special)
TV-14 | 232 min | News
Chapter 4: Opening the Lid
A hotel worker overhears a curious phone call the night of Frank's death. In 1994, a forensics expert exhumes the body to find compelling new clues.
Chapter 6: Remember Me
Thanks to Seymour Hersh, Eric finally learns the truth - but at a maddening cost. In room 1018A, Frank faces off with two mysterious men.
First Person (2000– )
The Little Grey Man
Not Rated | Documentary, Biography
An interview with Antonio Mendez, who was a CIA operative and master of disguise. Dubbed "the little grey man" for his ability to blend in.
Chapter 2: A Terrible Mistake
Post Rockefeller Commission revelations, the US government tries to placate the family. In New York, Dr. Frank Olson is deemed a security risk by his bosses and taken to see a psychiatrist.
Chapter 3: The Forbidden Threshold
One trip to New York morphs into two when Frank suffers a setback on the way home. Decades later, an apprehensive Eric checks into room 1018A.
Chapter 5: Honorable Men
Frank's growing concerns about Cold War activities raise alarm bells at the CIA. A frustrated Eric launches a last-ditch bid for closure.
Chapter 1: Suicide Revealed
In 1953, an Army scientist named Frank Olson jumped or fell out of a hotel room window in NYC. 22 years later, Rockefeller Commission report points a finger at the secret CIA experiments with LSD.