In 2004, the small town of Knutby in Sweden was under the international spotlight after a bizarre, complex murder took place. It involved the town's Pentecostal pastor, his murdered wife, his 26-year-old nanny (who claimed she'd received texts from God), the nanny's husband, who'd been seriously wounded but not killed, and the sect's leader, a woman who people referred to as "The Bride of Christ." And it so happens that the pastor's first wife had died under suspicious circumstances a few years earlier. Now HBO brings us the new mini series, Pray, Obey, Kill, which looks more like a creepy horror film than a docuseries. But it is, in fact, a five-part documentary that I look forward to watching. It premieres April 12.
The makers of Hulu's Fyre documentary expose a new scammy subject: multi-level marketing. LuLaRoe sells stretchy patterned clothing, but their main business is selling a dream of financial freedom to new sellers. According to The Guardian, the company allegedly makes money "through the unsustainable recruitment of new members." Like many other MLMs, the company sends… READ THE REST
Disney is making it very tempting to join Disney+, their new entertainment streaming service, by offering a docuseries that puts a spotlight on its Imagineers. Entertainment Weekly: The Imagineering Story, a docuseries from The Pixar Story filmmaker Leslie Iwerks, pulls back the curtain on the work of the brilliant artist-engineers who have made real-life magic… READ THE REST
We thank our sponsor for making this content possible; it is not written by the editorial staff nor does it necessarily reflect its views. If you or your pet love playing in the water outside, what are the chances you really know the quality of that water? Probably pretty low. Any and all kinds of… READ THE REST
We thank our sponsor for making this content possible; it is not written by the editorial staff nor does it necessarily reflect its views. They may have floppy ears, a wet nose, and sneak garbage out of the trash can, but you still consider your dog a member of the family. And when someone you… READ THE REST
We thank our sponsor for making this content possible; it is not written by the editorial staff nor does it necessarily reflect its views. There's something incredibly appealing about walking into your favorite coffee shop for a delicious cup of joe on your way to work or before a morning of errand-running. But if you… READ THE REST