Hi Guys Welcome to the SciFiGuyTalks Channel Today in this vid we are looking at the idea that everything we see do taste smell touch hear is part of a huge simulation That nothing is real ,not even this post or me. How does evolution stand up to this idea or natural selection If we are trying to survive in a hostile environment why would we need to know how to whistle in tune.or paint a picture. What about Time in a simulation is Time even a thing.
And in the second part a quick Look at FRB s that is Fast. Radio. Bursts. These radio busts are happening across our galaxy and we have know idea as to why or how .But they happen very far away and last a fraction of a second but use the same amount of energy as our sun burns in a single year. I am going to follow this story as i find it amazing and a bit of a mystery.
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Burnt Offerings is a 1976 American mystery horror film co-written and directed by Dan Curtis and starring Karen Black, Oliver Reed and Bette Davis, and Lee H. Montgomery, with Eileen Heckart, Burgess Meredith and Anthony James in smaller roles. It is based on the 1973 novel of the same name by Robert Marasco. The story concerns a family who moves into an old house with a strange history. While the film received mixed reviews from critics, it won several awards in 1977. Originally set on Long Island, New York, the movie moves the action to California and was the first movie to be filmed at Dunsmuir House in Oakland, California.
The Little Girl Who Lives Down the Lane is a 1976 cross-genre film directed by Nicolas Gessner and starring Jodie Foster, Martin Sheen, Alexis Smith, Mort Shuman, and Scott Jacoby. It was a co-production of Canada and France and written by Laird Koenig, based on his 1974 novel of the same title. The plot focuses on 13-year-old Rynn Jacobs (Foster), a child whose absent poet father and secretive behaviours prod the suspicions of her conservative small-town Maine neighbours. The adaptation, originally intended as a play, was filmed in Quebec on a small budget. The production later became the subject of controversy over reports that Foster had conflicts with producers over the filming and inclusion of a nude scene, though a body double had been utilized. After a screening at the 1976 Cannes Film Festival, a court challenge was launched regarding distribution, and a general release followed in 1977. Initially released to mixed reviews, with some critics finding the murder mystery plot weak but Foster's performance more meritorious, the film won two Saturn Awards, including Best Horror Film. It subsequently attained cult status, with later critics positively reviewing the screenplay. Writers and academics have interpreted it as a statement on children's rights and variously placed it in the thriller, horror, mystery or other genres.
London After Midnight, (also known as The Hypnotist in the UK), is a 1927 American silent mystery film with horror overtones directed and co-produced by Tod Browning and starring Lon Chaney, with Marceline Day, Conrad Nagel, Henry B. Walthall, and Polly Moran. The film was distributed by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, and was based on the scenario, "The Hypnotist", also written by Browning.
The last copy of the film known to exist was destroyed in the 1965 MGM vault fire, making London After Midnight one of the most famous and eagerly sought after of all lost films. In 2002, Turner Classic Movies aired a reconstructed version, produced by Rick Schmidlin, who used the original script and film stills to recreate the film's original plot. You are watching the reconstruction, enjoy!
Darker than Amber is a 1970 film adaptation of John D. MacDonald's mystery/suspense novel, Darker than Amber. It was directed by Robert Clouse from a screenplay by MacDonald and Ed Waters. The film starred Rod Taylor as Travis McGee, the protagonist of a series of successful novels by MacDonald. Darker than Amber and The Empty Copper Sea (adapted as the 1983 film Travis McGee starring Sam Elliott) remain the only McGee novels adapted to the big screen to date. The film also marked the final onscreen appearance of actress Jane Russell prior to her death in 2011, with the exception of a documentary appearance in 2007. Critical reception was positive, but the film was not a financial success.
Citizen Kane is a 1941 American mystery drama film by Orson Welles, its producer, co-screenwriter, director and star. The picture was Welles's first feature film. Nominated for Academy Awards in nine categories, it won an Academy Award for Best Writing (Original Screenplay) by Herman J. Mankiewicz and Welles. Considered by many critics, filmmakers, and fans to be the greatest film ever made, Citizen Kane was voted as such in five consecutive British Film Institute Sight & Sound polls of critics, and it topped the American Film Institute's 100 Years ... 100 Movies list in 1998, as well as its 2007 update. Citizen Kane is particularly praised for Gregg Toland's cinematography, Robert Wise's editing, Bernard Herrmann's music, and its narrative structure, all of which have been considered innovative and precedent-setting. The quasi-biographical film examines the life and legacy of Charles Foster Kane, played by Welles, a character based in part upon the American newspaper magnates William Randolph Hearst and Joseph Pulitzer, Chicago tycoons Samuel Insull and Harold McCormick, and aspects of the screenwriters' own lives. Upon its release, Hearst prohibited mention of the film in any of his newspapers. Kane's career in the publishing world is born of idealistic social service, but gradually evolves into a ruthless pursuit of power. Narrated principally through flashbacks, the story is told through the research of a newsreel reporter seeking to solve the mystery of the newspaper magnate's dying word: "Rosebud".
Dorothy Mae Kilgallen (July 3, 1913 – November 8, 1965) was an American journalist and television game show panelist. After spending two semesters at the College of New Rochelle, she started her career shortly before her 18th birthday as a reporter for the Hearst Corporation's New York Evening Journal. In 1938, she began her newspaper column "The Voice of Broadway", which eventually was syndicated to more than 140 papers. In 1950, she became a regular panelist on the television game show What's My Line?, continuing in the role until her death.
Kilgallen's columns featured mostly show business news and gossip, but ventured into other topics, such as politics and organized crime. She wrote front-page articles on the Sam Sheppard trial and later the John F. Kennedy assassination.
The Cat o' Nine Tails (Italian: Il gatto a nove code) is a 1971 giallo film written and directed by Dario Argento, adapted from a story by Dardano Sacchetti, Luigi Cozzi, and an uncredited Bryan Edgar Wallace. It stars Karl Malden, James Franciscus, and Catherine Spaak. Although it is the middle entry in Argento's so-called "Animal Trilogy" (along with The Bird with the Crystal Plumage and Four Flies on Grey Velvet), the titular "cat o' nine tails" does not directly refer to a literal cat, nor to a literal multi-tailed whip; rather, it refers to the number of leads that the protagonists follow in the attempt to solve a murder. Though successful in Europe, it was dismissed in the United States.
Could be a great story in a full game. All credit goes to Unity! ---> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DDsRfbfnC_A - http://unity3d.com/book-of-the-dead Unity’s Demo Team, creators of “Adam” (2016) and “The Blacksmith” (2015), are excited to announce Book of the Dead, a first-person interactive story showcasing the capabilities of Unity 2018 for powering high-end visuals for game productions.
The trailer is representative of the actual gameplay experience.
Unity’s Demo productions drive advanced use of the Unity engine through autonomous creative projects. The team consists of experienced game professionals led by Creative Director Veselin Efremov, who writes and directs the demos and is responsible for their final look.
Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark (2019) WATCH :http://bit.ly/2H5WwIT PLAY :http://bit.ly/31nn1Rt A group of teens face their fears in order to save their lives. Director: André Øvredal Writers: Dan Hageman (screenplay by), Kevin Hageman (screenplay by) Stars: Zoe Margaret Colletti, Michael Garza, Gabriel Rush === THANKS FOR WATCHING! ===
What really happens at these news organizations? Who are they getting their information from, and how do these sources know about terrorist events and details before things even occur? Almost as if the people responsible for the events are the ones feeding the bullshit spin to the news... Who knows, it's just a Strange Mystery!
All credit goes to the producers of Fallen Soldiers! ---- Set in Europe 1815. During the war which rages across the continent a noble couples coach is hijacked by a desperate British soldier. At gunpoint, the soldier spins an outlandish tale of plagues, conspiracies, and dead men returning from the grave. He begs for help. So to trust this madman, or kill him? It's a decision that could save or damn thousands, and turn the tide of the war.
A courageous young World War II gunner and aspiring cartoonist, trapped in the belly gun of a B-17 aircraft with the landing gear destroyed, has only his imagination as a force that might be able to save him.
Gorky Park is a 1983 mystery drama film based on the novel Gorky Park by Martin Cruz Smith. It was directed by Michael Apted. Dennis Potter won a 1984 Edgar Award for his screenplay for the film. The main stars of the film are William Hurt as Arkady Renko, Lee Marvin as Jack Osborne, Joanna Pacula as Irina Asanova, Rikki Fulton as Major Pribluda, Brian Dennehy as William Kirwill, Ian McDiarmid as Professor Andreev, Michael Elphick as Pasha and Ian Bannen as Prosecutor Iamskoy. James Horner wrote the score. Ralf D. Bode was cinematographer. Pacuła was nominated for a Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress - Motion Picture and Elphick for a BAFTA Award for Best Supporting Actor. The film also featured Alexei Sayle as a black marketeer. Gorky Park was filmed in Helsinki and Stockholm, as the crew were denied access to Moscow. The Kaisaniemi public park in the Helsinki centre was set as the Gorky amusement park.
This week, the goys dive into that deep subject that is ancient civilizations, starting with ancient Egypt, specifically, the Great Sphinx on the Giza plateau. Who built it? Why was it built? How old is it really? You may think you know the answers, as do all the "great" Egyptologists, but, as you'll find out...reality is sometimes much different than what we've been taught. Tune in and find out what the REAL great mystery of the Sphinx is! Also, Art Bell passed on last week, to that great late night radio show in the sky. Truly one of the greats. Press F to pay respects. F Music Break: Scum From New Youk Times, By Byron de la Vandal and Paddy Tarelton Creepypasta: Red Wristbands , Read by: Bradshaw Wilson
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Starring Richard Bradford with Guest Stars Peter Woodthorpe, Zia Mohyeddin, Luanshya Greer, Ewan Cooper, Edward Underdown, Reed De Rouen, Carlos Pierre, Robert Crewdson, Peter Swanwick, Fred Beauman, Richard Montez, Charles Laurence and Nita Lorraine.
Starring Richard Bradford with Guest Stars Faith Brook, Drewe Henley, Charles Lloyd Pack, Dora Reisser, John Gabriel, Colin Jeavons, Yvette Herries, Hans De Vries, Maggie Vieler, Sandra Burville, Ann Chapman, Marlene Domanska, Tony Kemp, Cheryl St. Clair, Rene Sartoris and Michael Tye-Walker.
Starring Richard Bradford with Guest Stars Hugh Burden, Ferdy Mayne, Sonia Fox, David Sumner, Barry Shawzin, Bruce Boa, Marga Roche, Louis Negin, David Cargill, Nick Zaran, Hal Hamilton and Mark Peterson.
Starring Richard Bradford with Guest Stars Jennifer Jayne, Donald Sutherland, Hugh McDermott, J.D Devlin, Tom Criddle, Hedger Wallace, Veronica Hurst, Michael Hawkins, Frank Gatliff, Henry Soskin, Rachelle Miller, Frank Forsyth, Kenneth Cowan, Basil Clarke, Robert Pitt and Mary Maude.
Starring Richard Bradford with Guest Stars Ray McAnally, Jacqueline Ellis, Ralph Michael, Simon Oates, John Savident, Warren Stanhope, Lawrence James, Edward Evans, Philip Bond, Edward Rhodes, Robert MacLeod, Frank Forsyth, Geoffrey Reed, David Cargill, Anthony Doonan, Katie Fitzroy and Douglas Jones.
Starring Richard Bradford with Guest Stars Clive Morton, Errol John, Allan Cuthbertson, Ralph Michael, Philippa Gail, Peter Halliday, Peter Williams, Harvey Hall, Danny Daniels, Horace James and Pat Connell.
Starring Richard Bradford with Guest Stars Marius Goring, Felicity Kendal, Derek Newark, William Dexter, Inigo Jackson, Michael Bates, Keith Marsh, Gillian Lind, Nina Huby, Constantin de Goguel, Frank Maher and Terry York.
Starring Richard Bradford with Guest Stars Godfrey Quigley, Jacqueline Pearce, Philip Madoc, Carl Duering, Paul Hansard, Carl Bernard, Gordon Sterne, Peter Hager, David Scheuer, Derek Prentice, Wendy Hall, Gerda Koeppler, Maria Warburg and Bettina Jonic.
Eccentric millionaire Fredrick Loren and his 4th wife, Annabelle, have invited 5 people to the house on Haunted Hill for a "haunted House" party. Whoever will stay in the house for one night will earn ten thousand dollars each. As the night progresses, all the guests are trapped inside the house with ghosts, murderers, and other terrors.
Starring Richard Bradford with Guest Stars Sam Kydd, Ursula Howells, Griffith Jones, Paula Byrne, Harold Goodwin, Duncan Lamont, Russell Napier, Nike Arrighi, John Lee, Trevor Peacock, Denise Buckley, Myvanwy Jenn, Norman Hartley and Mark Elwes.
The Ninth Gate is a 1999 mystery thriller film directed, produced, and co-written by Roman Polanski. An international co-production between the United States, Portugal, France, and Spain, the film is loosely based upon Arturo Pérez-Reverte's 1993 novel The Club Dumas. The plot involves the search for a rare and ancient book that purportedly contains a magical secret for summoning the Devil. The premiere showing was at San Sebastián, Spain, on 25 August 1999, a month before the 47th San Sebastian International Film Festival.
Starring Richard Bradford with Guest Stars Patrick Allen, Colin Blakely, Shelia Brennan, Wallis Eaton, Clifton Jones, Patrick Jordan, Jerold Wells, Brian Hawksley, Didi Sullivan, Tommy Ansah, Michael Williamson and Dick Offor.
Starring Richard Bradford with Guest Stars John Gregson, Nicola Pagett, Wolfe Morris, Roger Delgado, Charles Lloyd Pack, Gerald Sim, Oscar Quitak, Alastair Hunter, John Railton, Richard Coe, Larry Taylor, Alan Watts and John Chandos.
Starring Richard Bradford with Guest Stars Derren Nesbitt, John Carson, James Villiers, Jayne Sofiano, Murray Evans, Noel Howlett, Gerald Sim, Laurie Asprey, David Saire, John Brandon, Norman Mitchell, Harry Brooks and Larry Martyn.
Starring Richard Bradford with Guest Stars Barbara Shelley, Michael Goodliffe, Eric Thompson, Duncan Lamont, Norman Wynne, Dorothy Edwards, Edward Underdown, Derek Newark, Alan Baulch, Peter Bennett, Kevin Stoney, Dickie Owen, Larry Cross and Kathleen St. John.
Starring Richard Bradford with Guest Stars Bernard Lee, Priscilla Morgan, Harold Goodwin, Annette Carell, David Garfield, Basil Dignam, Derek Smee, Raymond Smith, Jack Bligh, Vicki Woolf, Charles Laurence, Roy Vincente and Bill Dean.
Starring Richard Bradford with Guest Stars Donald Houston, Peter Vaughan, John Cairney, Wendy Hall, Maurice Good, Frank Forsyth, Richard Owens, Angela Lovell, Darryl Kavann, Marianne Stone and Peter Brace.
Staring Richard Bradford with Guest Stars John Barrie, Timothy Bateson, Angela Browne, Stuart Damon, Fabia Drake, Clifford Earl, Fred Haggerty, Arthur Howell, Lionel Murton, David Nettheim, Dandy Nichols and Gerry Wain.
Starring Richard Bradford with Guest Stars Ron Randell, Yoko Tani, Anton Rodgers, Norman Rossington, Aubrey Morris, Gay Hamilton, Simon Brent, Harry Landis, Warren Stanhope, Jeremy Wilkin, Harry Tardios, Richard Montez, George Zenios, Agath Angelos, Makki Marseilles, Andreas Lysandrou and Arthur Howell.
Starring Richard Bradford with Guest Stars Ron Randell, Yoko Tani, Anton Rodgers, Aubrey Morris, Simon Brent, Warren Stanhope, Mike Pratt, John Lee, Alan White, David Baxter, David Scheuer, Gundel Sargent, Marie-Lise Gres, Penny Spencer, Arthur Howell and Richard Montez.
Starring Richard Bradford with Guest Stars Rosemary Nicols, Robert Urquhart, T.P. McKenna, Donald Sutherland, Jeremy Spenser, Brian Peck, Maggie Wright, Jimmy Gardner, Sally Geeson, Brenda Lawrence and Richard James.
Starring Richard Bradford with Guest Stars Robin Bailey, Lois Daine, George Sewell, Mark Eden, Joe Melia, Sean Lynch, James Grout, David Garfield, Garfield Morgan, Carol Cleveland, Peter Burton, Tom Bowman, Grace Arnold, Humphrey Heathcote, Merrill Colebrook and Julie Bevan.
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"Super-luminous apparition of birthday cake fantasy precludes any reasonable ability to Firestone truck stop my habitual small brained pig snout and giant fabricated tractor pull. Without bleeding the receptacle dry and insuring that no more biscuits are eaten by the junior staff fly boys, we see a significant improvement in the projections for profitability in the second quarter of the first half of nothing. Therefore I beseech you and implore you using the logic of a wounded schoolboy with a minor league tire iron. How can we possibly bake monkey wrench clock face when there is more ice cream in the radiator? Can you understand the treacherous implications of the nefarious pink muffler wrap? It has infested the dictionaries and logic probes of sanitary dental procedures throughout the greater metropolitan flim flam. We cannot even ride the subway without seeing small winged telephones buzzing anteaters in attack formation and lonely isolated diatribe. If you have the vaguest memory of this ever happening before in the entire history of spicy hot breakfast sausage and sour cream donuts then please stop everything and proceed to the nearest operational phone booth. Once there you will sit and await further instructions. Humming traditional folk songs and drinking warm fruit juice while standing on one foot is optional.
Have I mentioned that the soup of the day is French Onion?"
"The Mirror" is episode 71 of the American television anthology series The Twilight Zone. It originally aired on October 20, 1961. "This is the face of Ramos Clemente, a year ago a beardless, nameless worker of the dirt who plodded behind a mule, furrowing someone else's land. And he looked up at a hot Central American sun and he pledged the impossible. He made a vow that he would lead an avenging army against the tyranny that put the ache in his back and the anguish in his eyes, and now one year later the dream of the impossible has become a fact. In just a moment we will look deep into this mirror and see the aftermath of a rebellion in the Twilight Zone."
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Hello and welcome to the Public Domain Theater. Today's movie is Charade.
Directed by Stanley Donen Produced by Stanley Donen Screenplay by Peter Stone
Cast: Cary Grant as Peter Joshua Audrey Hepburn as Regina "Reggie" Lampert Walter Matthau as Carson Dyle James Coburn as Tex Panthollow George Kennedy as Herman Scobie Dominique Minot as Sylvie Gaudel Ned Glass as Leopold W. Gideon Jacques Marin as Insp. Edouard Grandpierre Paul Bonifas as Mr. Felix, the stamp dealer Thomas Chelimsky as Jean-Louis Gaudel