As a Historian of Art I was interested in this documentary which chronicles the history of the American exploitation film, especially when I found out that I can see exclusive interviews with John Landis, Joe Dante, Jack Hill, Don Edmonds, Fred Williamson, Allison Anders, James Gordon White, Larry Cohen, William Lustig, Herschell Gordon Lewis, Judy Brown, Jeremy Kasten, Jonathan Kaplan, Bob Minor, Lewis Teague, David Hess and Fred Olen Ray. Interviews were not bad, but this is sold as a documentary.
Disappointment was in the part that I felt that this documentary exploits the history of exploitation film - and doing it very superficially! I liked the part where we could see the obscure, mostly-forgotten '50s childbirth films that were produced and promoted as educational... because just reminds us that nothing has changed! Same things are done today! And this documentary is just a part of it.