Bundy: An American Icon 2008

Bundy, starring Corin Nemec in the title role and co-starring Kane Hodder, details the dark psyche and previously unexplored motivations of the man who became known as one of the most notorious serial killers to leave behind a legacy of evil.

American Icon 2001

The outrageous comedy of Kenneth Keith Kallenbach, a "Howard Stern Show" Wack Pack alum, is showcased in this collection of his most entertaining skits and pranks. Featured are never-before-seen sketches and shorts from early in Kallenbach's 20-year career, as well as his uproarious stand-up routine. Listen in on his crazy phony phone calls and to his musical project, the Kenneth Keith Kallenbach Band.

Ray Bradbury: An American Icon 1997

Rod Steiger narrates this profile of science fiction novelist and playwright Ray Bradbury, highlighting the full scope of the writer's five-decade career. Combining footage of Bradbury at home and on the lecture circuit with comments from his friends, family and colleagues, the film provides a detailed overview of Bradbury's career. Also included are Bradbury's own reflections on his life and works and clips from TV's "The Ray Bradbury Theater."

Bill Cosby: Fall of an American Icon 2017

The story of how one of American television's brightest and wealthiest stars finally came to face a criminal trial for sexual assault a decade after the accusations were first made.

Coca-Cola: The History of an American Icon 2001

For more than a century people have refreshed themselves with oceans of brown fluid. Much of this fluid was produced by one Atlanta-based company, and Coca-Cola: The History of an American Icon offers a panegyric to the Real Thing. The history of Coke is the history of its advertising, and this documentary draws on a rich archive of print, film, and television material to show how John Pemberton's soda recipe became such a potent symbol of American society. Coca-Cola: The History of an American Icon is, unsurprisingly, a one-sided history. There is no suggestion that the Coca-Colonization of the planet might have a downside, and lines like "If the world's having a bad time, it's OK because there's still Coke" are delivered without a hint of irony. Nevertheless, this documentary offers some fascinating insights into the history of Coca-Cola.