Strange Days is the second studio album by the American rock band the Doors, released in September 1967. It was a commercial success, initially earning a gold record and reaching No. 3 on the Billboard 200 albums chart. The album also yielded two top 30 hit singles, "People Are Strange" and "Love Me Two Times", and eventually a platinum certification…
This eye-opening film goes behind the scenes at two head shops in Portsmouth – businesses selling powerful legal highs, in bright packets. From cocaine substitutes 'Blow' and 'Rush', to the zombifying effects of 'Spice', these over-the-counter highs have changed the face of the local drug scenes across the country.
On February 23rd 2002, Ingrid, a presidential candidate in Columbia’s elections, was kidnapped by the left-wing FARC rebel group along with her assistant and friend Clara Rojas. She was held for over six years in the jungle. This is the first documentary account of what happened in the jungle in her words and those of fellow hostages. In a truly remarkable interview Ingrid relives stories of escape and betrayal, love and hate, terror and extraodinary courage.
Caligula: 1400 Days of Terror Murderer, pervert, loving father, devoted son… He ruled the Roman Empire fewer than four years. His life was over at the age of 28, and yet the name of Caligula is notorious throughout the world His reign was a legendary frenzy of lunacy, murder and lust. While Rome cowered in terror, Caligula killed for the sheer fun of it. Between executions, he staged spectacular orgies…made love to his own sister… and declared himself a living god This is the story few know behind one of the most infamous figures of the Ancient World Caligula This two-hour special examines controversial new theories about the man who ruled the world's mightiest empire with sadistic brutality.