3 Must-Watch Documentaries Streaming on Binge
- Egypt's Unexplained Files
- Ted Bundy: Serial Monster
- The Beatles: Eight Days a Week
Documentaries are non-fiction movies that document and capture reality through film. These incidences are revealed in an unusual, unique and intriguing manner, adding interest and mystery to the unknown angles features in the story. It rarely involves actors and actresses and is primarily created to educate, inform, instruct or feature a historical or life-altering event that occurred in the past, or happening at present.
Documentaries have been staple entertainment videos included in almost every streaming service available in the market today. BINGE, one of the top subscription services available in Australia features several documentaries in its streaming service. BINGE is owned by Steamotion, a subsidiary of Foxtel and offers on demand and live entertainment in Australia, through its Pay TV subscription offering.
For an affordable monthly plan of $25/month, BINGE viewers can access over 65 documentaries available in their service this 2020. An extra $10-29 a month gives you better video quality and additional access to the premium documentary offerings of the services. Compare Broadband creates a list of the top 3 documentaries you can enjoy this year via BINGE.
Egypt's Unexplained Files
One of the most interesting and captivating documentaries to check out in BINGE this year is Egypt's Unexplained Files. It features a series of unexpected answers giving light to a series of questions that have remained a mystery for generations, up until the recent excavation discoveries in Egypt.
Egypt has been home to most of today's discoveries in culture, history, science and art. However, despite the many discoveries unravelled in the mysterious crypts and pyramids in the country, there are still plenty of questions, left unanswered, revolving around the secrets of Ancient Egypt. The latest documentary features how experts dive into discovering hidden truths that can potentially answer questions that have perplexed Egyptologists for generations.
The documentary features 10 episodes, with a two-hour season premiere that also highlights cutting-edge archaeological technology, used by archaeologists to finally put an end to the many questions surrounding Ancient Egypt.
Ted Bundy: Serial Monster
Be horrified, intrigued and dig into the life of Ted Bundy, an American serial killer who was responsible for the gruesome death of numerous young girls and women during the 1970s. Despite his charismatic traits, above average mind and good education, Theodore Robert Bundy was executed in 1989 after confessing to over 30 homicides that he committed in different states in America over the course of the years 1974 to 1978.
Although a television series adaptation of Ted Bundy's life was already featured in a recent movie starring Zac Efron, there are still plenty of twists and turns to look forward to in the documentary. The film features the recreations of how Busy managed to charm his victims and how he progressed as a sick, serial killer, on the loose. It also highlights how his intelligence managed to outwit the authorities for so long.
The documentary also features interviews, archival footage and audio recordings of Bundy, some even made on death row. The film runs for over 240 minutes and narrates the life of the unlikely charming merciless and vicarious hunter of women.
The Beatles: Eight Days a Week
The Beatles is one of the legendary music icons that have managed to remain significant even after their glory days back in the 1960s. The Beatle mania surrounding the English rock band did not remain in the United Kingdom alone but also propelled to different countries across the United States, Asia as well as the land down under.
The documentary is from the lens of a true blue Beatles fan boy - Ron Howard and features a brief glimpse of their touring years in Germany, the Cavern Club up until their final show in San Francisco in 1966. Fans get to see an insider look on how the band eventually drowned sick of all the hustles of touring and the screaming girls that eventually drowned their music as they played. The documentary gives insight on how the band eventually decided to stop touring, at the peak of their career, due to demands that came with their popularity.
The documentary film was originally released on September 15, 2016 in the United Kingdom and the United states and even won Best Documentary at the 70th British Academy Film Awards. The film also received the Outstanding Documentary or Nonfiction Special at the 69th Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Awards during that year.
There are plenty of other interesting documentaries to check out via BINGE this 2020. Ozzy and Jack's World Detour is a nice film featuring the father and son bonding of Metal Guru and Prince of Darkness Ozzy Osbourne and his son Jack as they travel around the globe. Hugh's War on Plastic is another interesting and timely documentary that gives you insight on how plastic products tipped the health of our world's oceans.
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