Morgan Spurlock

documentary filmmaker

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Morgan Spurlock rose to fame after spending a month eating nothing but McDonald’s for his documentary “Super Size Me.” But now Spurlock has made a film that is truly upsetting.

A horror documentary about rats

Morgan Spurlock rose to fame after spending a month eating nothing but McDonald’s for his documentary “Super Size Me.” But now Spurlock has made a film that is truly upsetting.

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