In this episode, Adam relays a couple of harrowing tales that prompted him to contact authorities… not once, but twice! Was he just the victim…
Or… if you’ve seen the trailer, you might be thinking, shouldn’t it be called Curse Of The Man Who CURSES and POOPS When He Sees UFOs?
The suspense was killing us. After months of teasing, master hype-builder Julian Assange finally opened his chamber of secrets: Vault 7. Surely this would be an earth-shaking trove of revelations – the final word on alien life, the impending apocalypse, or – at the very least – “crooked Hilary.” Well, the cache was opened, its riches generously shared with the virtual unwashed.
And we all yawned. Why? Have we grown so complacent that privacy is little more than a distant memory, a concept no more relevant to modern life than 8-track tapes or civics lessons? (Is it just me or is “public education” starting to sound like an oxymoron?)
ZEITGEIST (2007) is a phenomenon. It is a meandering, globe-spanning, time-trotting epic of free association and paranoia. Here we have the “real truth” behind Jesus Christ, Pearl Harbor, Viet Nam, 9/11, the military-industrial complex, the banking industry… Pretty much everything.
Join us as we discuss Peter Joseph’s overstuffed opus ZEITGEIST.
Forget everything you thought you knew about cosmology. This film posits that our world actually IS the center of the universe, and that everything we’ve…
Do they really fly? That’s the question UFO researchers have been trying to definitively answer for years with regards to the Billy Meier contactee case. And, though several photos associated with the case have been later proven to be fraudulent, the final answer as to whether or not this indicates the WHOLE CASE is a hoax, has yet to be fully answered.
So, interested in the Hollow Earth are you? So are we! Well, John is anyway.
Nothing happened this week. Surely one of the most uneventful first weeks of any presidency. Right? Ha.
What if the bogeyman turns out to be real? That’s the premise of 2009 documentary CROPSEY, written and directed by Joshua Zeman and Barbara Brancaccio. The filmmakers explore the origins of the urban legend they heard about as children, only to discover that there may, in fact, be some truth behind the tale.
And the truth, as they say, is… terrifying.
Hostage to the Devil chronicles Malachi Martin’s life in America as an exile priest. Disillusioned with the reforms of the Second Vatican Council, he broke from the Jesuit order and moved to New York City. There, he embarked on a second career as a writer and exorcist.
This film presents a portrait of a complex man who struggled with his own demons as he battled the dark forces afflicting others.
Quite the cornucopia of conundrums and conspiracies:
The meaning of unlucky 13. What the heck is so unlucky about it? Who came up with that ridiculous idea, anyway?
Have we really reached a point in the development of artificial intelligence where we need to start considering the legal rights of “electronic persons”? Some in the European Parliament seem to think so.
We discuss up-to-the-minute developments in the decades-old mystery of D.B. Cooper, who jumped from a plane over Oregon with two hundred thousand dollars cash and disappeared without a trace.
…and much, much more!
Hypernormalisation is a nearly three-hour epic that leaps from subject to subject in a circuitous journey toward revelation. The film paints a vivid portrait of corporate control and increasing social insularity as it tries to make sense of our modern world’s pervasive anxiety and uncertainty.
In filmmaker Adam Curtis’s world, we are minds in the matrix, doomed to feed the machine with our bodies and souls.
Was this the worst year ever? Of course it was. In a latte-sipping, spoiled rotten, first-world-problems kind of way.
In this supersized year-end extravaganza we defenestrate 2016 and discuss literally everything…