The Madness of Sherlock Holmes

The Madness of Sherlock Holmes

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Product Details

Release Date: 01/01/2008
UPC: 0883629315195
Original Release: 2007
Rating: NR
Source: Reality Ent
Sound: [stereo]
Time: 1:15:00
Sales rank: 82,948

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Disc #1 -- The Madness of Sherlock Holmes
1. The Madness of Sherlock Holmes [3:43]
2. Logic And the Ocean [6:22]
3. Alchemy [4:32]
4. Doyle's Beliefs [2:36]
5. Psychic Research [4:34]
6. Beginnings [5:13]
7. Inner Questions [4:31]
8. Turmoil [6:53]
9. Facries [7:29]
10. Otherworld's [3:58]
11. Who Was Sherlock Holmes? [6:57]
12. Moriarty [7:06]
13. Conclusion [3:48]
14. End Credits [1:31]
15. The Bond Code [5:33]
16. Reality Films [1:02]

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The Madness of Sherlock Holmes 3.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
Shows you how the truth is sometimes stranger than fiction. Complex study of the occult and how an author used its logic to create one of the worlds most known unknown fictional characters.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is a fascinating documentary, whether you&#8217 re a fan of the Sherlock Holmes stories or not. I wasn&#8217 t familiar with the work of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, but after watching this I&#8217 ll be acquainting myself with his writings for sure. Pretty wild stuff. I bought it for one of my nerdy friends who happens to be obsessed with this stuff and he loves me more than his wife now. Highly recommended.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I've always loved Sherlock Holmes. Having read his stories many times, naturally I became interested in Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. This DVD should be under biographies as it's really the best overall film about Conan Doyle I've ever seen.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This DVD provides a fascinating, in-depth look at Conan Doyle's complex life and writing career. The film discusses the myriad real-life and supernatural inspirations for characters like Holmes, Moriarty and Watson. After viewing this film, you will understand why Arthur Conan Dolye's life was even stranger than his fiction. Very engaging film.
Guest More than 1 year ago
As a person who was only familiar with Sherlock Holmes a cultural iconic name, I was interested to find the depth in the man behind the name and legend. The bumbling detective is far from the creator. Interesting DVD and very recommended.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Philip Gardiner offers a provocative look into the psyche of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, author of the classic Sherlock Holmes detective stories. As bizarre as one of the 37 short stories written by Doyle, “The Madness of Sherlock Holmes” (2007) follows the author’s spiritual journey from his time as a student at a Catholic Jesuit school, to his Agnostic views as an adult, to his peculiar explorations into the occult and membership in secret societies. Comparable to Gardiners other productions like “Secret Societies” and “The Arc, The Shroud, and Mary” his research into the intricacies of Doyle’s background is thorough, and the numerous photographs from the author’s life add to the historical authenticity of this documentary. The odd characteristics of Doyle’s family and friends are also disclosed. While anyone who likes psychic exploration or biographies of prominent authors will find this DVD interesting, I was most intrigued by the suggestion that “Doyle’s quest to solve the riddle of his own existence is expressed in the riddles solved by Sherlock Holmes.” If you have ever wondered if Doyle and the methodical Holmes have similar personalities or how Dr. Watson was created, then this is the place to get those questions answered. I was both surprised and engaged in all that is revealed in “The Madness of Sherlock Holmes” (2007).
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