A widowed father is financially broken from trying to save his child from a rare illness and inadvertently captures a werewolf. The question then becomes whether the lycan will be the ... See full summary »
A gritty drama about the resilience of the human spirit as seen through the lens of talented artists and musicians who are forced to survive and find inspiration on the hard streets of Detroit in the wreckage of post-industrial America.
When Alex Miller let Jed Creek rent her room via Craigslist, she had no idea that he was a notorious serial squatter, and that he would his knowledge of tenancy laws to slowly kick her out of her own home.
This damn thing is so far off base the fact checker needs to be fired. They have so much wrong. They are using people's images without permission and people's homes. They don't even have the names of some of the people correct. The people that are giving actual interviews were not even there when this went down. There using old footage from actual reporters and cutting it to fit a warped narrative. This is not a documentary best it could be described is a mockumentary. How the hell does a tv station put out a mini series and doesn't get actual permission to use people's interviews and images. And the reason that there using people who were not even there is because no one would talk to these people and for good reason. Let this damn story rest. The only good example of sets is how weak and useless the justice system is in the state of missouri.
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