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James and David Yorkshire take a look at the website and Youtube channel Dust, a platform for independent film makers of sci-fi fiction to showcase their short films. We analyse a few of the best and most interesting - as well as the worst - films on the Dust platform. We end by reminding people of the good work of independent film maker Michael Kingsbury and urge people to support him.

Michael's website: https://gulagfilms.org/
Michael's channel 1: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjDOdR2CWFZLKwAcW6hfS4w
Michael's channel 2: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCtQupNZ5R-Nt5j6soyOnmYw
Michael on Bitchute: https://www.bitchute.com/channel/celtic-films/
Dust channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7sDT8jZ76VLV1u__krUutA
Dust website: https://watchdust.com/

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#Dust #shortfilms #thenostalgist

As the 70th anniversary to George Orwell's 1984 has come around, we decided to review.....Brazil (1985). We have a look at this dystopian satire and what it reveals of the qualities Terry Gilliam has as a director, the connections to 1984, how much of it really is satire and who might appreciate and identify with this movie. We examine Gilliam's influences and why this tends to be a favourite with Rightists, despite Gilliam's open support of Leftist politics.

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#Brazil #TerryGilliam #filmreview

We are hitting the highs and lows of the Terminator franchise, the movies and the TV series, with this episode. What was the best on screen and what was the worst? What mistakes were made? Find out here! Subscribe for more Mjolnir at the Movies content.

Discussed in this episode:

The Terminator (1984)
Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991)
Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines (2003)
Terminator Salvation (2009)
Terminator Genisys (2015)
Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles (2008-2009)

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#Terminator #ArnoldSchwarzenegger #review

In today's episode the Mjolnir at the Movies crew bring you a review of Joe Dante's The 'Burbs (1989). A horror comedy blend starring Tom Hanks and worthy of much praise. Well written and with a good cast who give fine performances, we all get great enjoyment from this one and we hope you get likewise from this episode. WARNING - Movie spoilers ahead for this one!

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#theburbs #tomhanks #coreyfeldman

In this Now Showing, James and David discuss the new Lion King and other unnecessary remakes and sequels, the latest women-replace-men flick The Kitchen, Tarantino's covering for Jollywood paedophile Roman Polanski and its link to his new film Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, and the freshly filmed adaptation of Frank Herbert's Dune, due out next year, among other things....

Here are the links to the article on the poetry collection advertised and the video on the Tarantino/Polanski scandal mentioned in the podcast:
https://mjolnirmagazine.blogspot.com/2019/08/weve-seen-same-horizon-poetry-review.html
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HZ346fsMYk8

Regarding our discussion on creature features, James has actually managed to find some involving jellyfish:
https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0059756/?ref_=tt_urv
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pVfx0OQcmBk
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bEoz37H2KmU
https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0058698/?ref_=kw_li_tt

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#Dune #QuentinTarantino #RomanPolanski

In this particular Intermission, David Yorkshire looks at the political, cultural and historical context, significance and legacy of the film The Birth of a Nation.
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#DWGriffith #TheBirthofaNation #KuKluxKlan

In this intermission we revisit the proper Rollerball film to put a bit of pressure on the art, architecture, music and interior decor that creates the atmosphere and adds depth to the fictional - or perhaps not so fictional - world of Rollerball.

There are two Rollerballs: one that didn't descend and the other that was a testosterone-fuelled wrecking ball. As usual, the original 1970s version is the one that works, and so the one we concentrate on after getting the 2002 version out of the way. Can the 1975 version be classed as a Rightist film despite its Chewish star and is it really just another action film or is there something deeper?

Using stills from the films, James takes a look at the aesthetics - and lack thereof - of the Matrix Trilogy, paying particular attention to the Matrix Reloaded. What do the aesthetics signify?

In our best podcast thus far, Mjolnir at the Movies is back with an episode celebrating the twentieth anniversary of Alex Proyas' Dark City, a film which deserves far more attention than it has received. We delve into the reasons why it failed at the box office and why it has perhaps been buried, and also compare it with the Wachowski Trannies' The Matrix trilogy, the first of which was filmed using Dark City's sets. We examine why Dark City is a film that is very much 'tuned' to our cause and how peculiar it is - or maybe not so - that the Alt Right prefers The Matrix, even though the film is just more Jollywood multiculti propaganda....

We do requests! And so in this episode, we look at Sidney Lumet and Paddy Chayefsky's 1976 film Network, a Chewish satire on the TV stations they own, but pretend they don't.....

The Mjolnir crew take on M Shight Nyalamanalmalanam's Unbreakable Trilogy, which starts off brilliantly with 2000's Unbreakable, continues well with 2017's Split and peters out disappointingly with this year's Glass. We remark how refreshing it is to have films where politics are pushed to one side for a change.

The Mjolnir at the Movies team take on Robocop....and beat him by using the stairs. Prepare for ultraviolence more shocking than a shoot up in a New Zealand mosque....

In this episode, we contemplate the riddle of steel and how Jason Moomoo ended up with a nice juicy role as Conan the Libertarian in spite of his lack of any discernable ability. We also look at other incarnations, like Conan the Feminist and Conan the Babysitter, but concentrate on the proper Conan of Conan the Barbarian. Could it be that Conan the Barbarian is one of the most Rightist films of all time.....despite being written and directed by a Chew?

Neil, James and David take on Mel, the Son of the Gibs' epic piece of anti-English propaganda Braveheart. We discuss the problems of petty nationalism and how this is often used to keep people infighting and away from racial nationalism. We also look at whether Glibson is #OurGuy.

In this episode, we look at Kurt Wimmer's cinematic masterpiece *cough* Equilibrium, as an excuse to look at modern dystopian fiction in general.

The Mjolnir at the Movies team look at Eyes Wide Sh*t and deconstruct the Kubrick myth. Is he really that good a director? What are his films really all about? we also take on the Jollywood paedophilia epidemic and the (((elites'))) lifestyles, as well as conspiracy theories and Kubrick's flirtations with them. Please subscribe, leave a like, share on social media and help the channel grow.

Back in the days when Disney was still something resembling the company Walt and Roy Disney had founded, the studio embarked upon an ambitious sci-fi project that would cost the princely sum of $20 million two years after and $9 million more than Star Wars. Yet whereas Star Wars became a box office smash and had enormously significant cultural impact, The Black Hole was a much more modest success and was sucked down into a vortex of time and space to the point where few people now remember it. Was the problem the fact that the screenwriters decided that putting Spenglerian philosophy and elements of Gothic horror into the script was a good idea in a kids' film? Find out in this week's instalment of Mjolnir at the Movies.

In this episode, Neil, David and James attempt to discuss the film Coonskin without getting the podcast banned - a very difficult proposition indeed given the very title of the film. Indeed, one might wonder why a Jewish filmmaker would use such an insulting title, given that it references the term for a black sell-out, which would rather apply to Barry White, Scatman Crothers and the rest of the Negroes in the cast, as we find out. Indeed, we look at how Negroes are simultaneously exploited and lampooned in the film, as well as the overt anti-White hatred, and as James has mentioned outside of the podcast, if the cartoon characters were merchandised without the public knowing anything about the source, there would be outcries of racism from SJWs.

This week the Mjolnir at the Movies crew is looking at two Cronenberg movies together - Videodrome (1983) and eXistenZ (1999). These two have a clear link beyond sharing a director and we explore this and other ideas in this episode.

This week the Mjolnir at the Movies crew continues the Mjolnir at the Miniseries on G.B.H. by Alan Bleasdale. *Part 4 of 4*. We look in on episodes 6 and 7 in particular, which gives us an excuse to address many aspects of Leftist politics, such as atheism and Marxism as religions, the corrupt university system, the Left's perverse love of cuckoldry, insanity, Leftist smugness and jazz, how the Left deliberately created chaos with non-White immigration, Leftist nihilism, anti-Nature, and much more....

Originally broadcast in 1991 on Channel 4 (still viewable on their website via the 4 on demand streaming service area which works for UK IP addresses), but otherwise of limited availability (DVDs might be available in your area) and almost forgotten today beyond some with good taste and memories for TV. This is the *last* part in what is planned to be a four part Mjolnir miniseries to discuss this TV miniseries. We'll be back to movies soon (possibly with a movie discussion intermission to break up this miniseries too, to suit the wider audience).

An impressive cast of well known British TV actors are included and some such as Michael Palin that would be recognized internationally. Lead actors Michael Palin and Robert Lyndsey both consider this to be the best or one of the best things they've ever acted in with Michael specifically quoted as saying it was some of the most powerful acting he's ever done. Well worth watching this series before or along with us in these episodes if you can somehow. There will be spoilers! This series should not be forgotten, but over this course of our discussions you might find out why some would want it forgotten....

#MjolnirattheMovies #GBH #AlanBleasdale

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As our previous upload may have indicated, this episode of Mjolnir at the Movies looks at D W Griffith's contoversial masterpiece The Birth of a Nation. Simultaneously, we also analyse Gone with the Wind and compare the two, as both treat the same subjects of the American Civil War and the Reconstruction period.

#TheBirthofaNation #GonewiththeWind #MjolnirattheMovies

This week the Mjolnir at the Movies crew does something a bit different as we switch to Mjolnir at the Miniseries to tackle G.B.H. by Alan Bleasdale. Originally broadcast in 1991 on Channel 4 (still viewable on their website via the 4 on demand streaming service area which works for UK IP addresses), but otherwise of limited availability (DVDs might be available in your area) and almost forgotten today beyond some with good taste and memories for TV. This is the first part in what is planned to be a four part Mjolnir miniseries to discuss this TV miniseries. We'll be back to movies soon (possibly with a movie discussion intermission to break up this miniseries too, to suit the wider audience). An impressive cast of well known British TV actors are included and some such as Michael Palin that would be recognized internationally. Lead actors Michael Palin and Robert Lyndsey both consider this to be the best or one of the best things they've ever acted in with Michael specifically quoted as saying it was some of the most powerful acting he's ever done. Well worth watching this series before or along with us in these episodes if you can somehow. There will be spoilers! This series should not be forgotten, but over this course of our discussions you might find out why some would want it forgotten...

#GBH #AlanBleasdale #MichaelPalin

The Mjolnir at the Movies crew is back again for the Mjolnir at the Miniseries examination of G.B.H. by Alan Bleasdale. This is *part 3 of 4*. We look in on episodes 4 and 5 of the series this time for those following along.

The crew are back again with another movie review this week to give a brief intermission before we continue with the second half of the GBH miniseries. This time we're looking at the classic Chariots of Fire (1981). A fantastic story and a film that was also lucky enough to have some of Vangelis's finest as part of it, giving it a musical theme that can match the quality of the story themes this delivers. We hope you enjoy this episode.

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Mjolnir at the Movies is a regular podcast reviewing films past and present, amid the banter, hosted by all-round craftsman James a.k.a. Bevel E, independent film-maker Neil Westwood and Editor of Mjolnir Magazine and its blog David Yorkshire.

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