The story goes, McCandlish and a friend were planning on attending an air show at Norton Air Force Base, but McCandlish had to cancel due to a last minute illustration needed by Popular Mechanics. His friend did go, and through a well connected acquaintance was able to gain entrance to a secured area of the base with a special display for politicians and military personnel with high level security clearances.
McCandlish’s friend told him that in this display were three flying saucers floating above the ground. They made no sound. One of them had the side panels removed so that people could view the inner workings. There was also a monitor showing a video of the craft being test-flown. They made “hopping” maneuvers, and then could shoot straight up at incredible speeds. All while making no sound.
These ritual murders are the primary reason that Europeans and the Christian church were at war with Jewry going back to the time of Christ. The Jewish Talmud is essentially the Babylonian religion of the Pharisees that Jesus spoke out against
Before Peter Lalonde produced the Left Behind series, he created a number of videos exposing the evil trends in popular culture. Apparently of specific interest was the satanic influences in children oriented media, games and toys. This tape was his first entry in the virtually everything your kid does is evil series.
This video will show you a selection of unique footage that is partly unpublished. After World War 2 had ended in May 1945, almost all mayor cities of Germany were destroyed. This incredible film contains color footage of Berlin and Potsdam shot shortly after the war ended. The footage includes aerial views of the completely destroyed capital, bombed and collapsed houses, only the facades are left, rubble women (“Trümmerfrau“) who carry away the debris and start to rebuild even before the return of their husbands from war. Within the video, you are able to recognize the remains of the Berlin Reichstag, Brandenburg Gate, Pariser Platz, Unter den Linden boulevard, Berliner Dom, Reich Chancellery, Alexanderplatz, the Reich Chancellery and the Führerbunker, the Sports Palace, the Kurfürstendamm, Olympic Stadium, Berlin Victory Column, and many others.
The Eldritch Influence looks at the world of literary outsider H.P. Lovecraft who posthumously infected a large number of artists, writers, mystics and fanatics with his wonderfully bleak world view. Director: Shawn R. Owens Stars: Ramsey Campbell, Neil Gaiman, Stuart Gordon
Milgram’s experiment has become a classic in psychology, demonstrating the dangers of obedience. During the 1960s, Yale University psychologist Stanley Milgram conducted a series of obedience experiments that led to some surprising results. These results offer a compelling and disturbing look at the power of authority and obedience.
A drifter discovers a pair of sunglasses that allow him to wake up to the fact that aliens have taken over the Earth. Director: John Carpenter Writers: Ray Nelson (short story "Eight O'Clock in the Morning"), John Carpenter (screenplay) (as Frank Armitage) Stars: Roddy Piper, Keith David, Meg Foster
A blade runner must pursue and terminate four replicants who stole a ship in space, and have returned to Earth to find their creator. Director: Ridley Scott Writers: Hampton Fancher (screenplay), David Webb Peoples (screenplay) (as David Peoples) Stars: Harrison Ford, Rutger Hauer, Sean Young
"Magnetic Rose" is about what happens when a deep space corporate freighter is called upon to investigate a distress signal from what ought to be a derelict space station. The space station is run by the deranged AI imprint of a lovelorn, jaded opera diva, who controls the station's functions, including its life support systems and (to more dramatic effect) its VR holography and supporting nano-technical systems. Director: Kôji Morimoto Writers: Satoshi Kon, Katsuhiro Ôtomo (story) (as Katsuhiro Ohtomo) Stars: Shigeru Chiba, Ami Hasegawa, Masato Hirano
Documentary (1996) Sun-tzu, a military philosopher of ancient China, wrote a book that has become a textbook for modern Western military, business and political leaders. This program explores the effect this text has had throughout the ages and the lessons Sun-tsu offers today.
Subconscious War is a video essay exploring the influences of media and the culture of violence on reality, and the cultivation of collective values in society. The film contrasts the writings of Aldous Huxley and Neil Postman’s grim assessments; relating the concepts of works such as ‘Brave New World’ and ‘Amusing Ourselves to Death’ to the current cultural influences that foster today—corporate media and indeed media saturation, video games, television, and a pervasive technoculture, for example. What is being created? And what sort of people are being cultivated by this culture? Who benefits?
Charlie Brooker takes you on a journey through time to show the most influential video games on everyday life. Directors: Al Campbell, Marcus Daborn Writers: Charlie Brooker, Matt Lees Stars: Charlie Brooker, Al Alcorn, Malorie Blackman
Through interviews and abundant archival materials, this documentary examines these "lost" films in depth to discover what drew Kubrick to these projects, the work he did to prepare them for production, and why they ultimately were abandoned. Director: Gary Leva Writers: Gary Leva, Pi Ware Stars: Malcolm McDowell, Jack Nicholson, Sydney Pollack
Arnold Schwarzenegger and Lou Ferrigno face off in a no-holds-barred competition for the title of Mr. Olympia in this critically-acclaimed film that made Schwarzenegger a household name. Directors: George Butler, Robert Fiore Writers: Charles Gaines (book), George Butler (book) | Stars: Arnold Schwarzenegger, Lou Ferrigno, Matty Ferrigno
Bruce Lee's in-depth interview at the Pierre Berton Show, originally filmed in 1971, just a couple of years before he passed away. The footage was lost and would not be found and aired again until 1994. Director: Michael Rothery Stars: Pierre Berton, Bruce Lee