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Someones going to say it, it's so obvious, it might as well be me:

They Live  (directed by John Carpenter)

and,

Total Recall (the original Arnie twatboy Swarzeesniggerrrrr version)
Bad taste  (by Peter Jackson, Director, writer, producer)
Brazil (directed by Terry Gilliam & co-written)
Communion (phillipe Mora)
Fire in the sky (Rober Lieberman)
Fallen (Gregory Hobblit)

...and of course:

The Matrix

Only the first one the rest were utter wank.


 

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Ah come on SOATB. When Neo recognised upgrades early into Matrix Reloaded, having to use two hands despite his initial bravado, and then Morpheus managed to go toe to toe with them halfway into the film, you're saying you thought something was wrong? You think too much. Your brain never shuts up.

 

Ok to the O.P, Look at V. 1983. I reckon David caught that and dreamed about it later.

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9 hours ago, - TZC - said:

Ah come on SOATB. When Neo recognised upgrades early into Matrix Reloaded, having to use two hands despite his initial bravado, and then Morpheus managed to go toe to toe with them halfway into the film, you're saying you thought something was wrong? You think too much. Your brain never shuts up.

 

Ok to the O.P, Look at V. 1983. I reckon David caught that and dreamed about it later.

😄 Heehee! ..... Nah, imo, the other matrix's were still a bag of drippy festering hedonistic decadent nobcheese.  Athough I did like the bit where the lovely lady in the restaurant had an orgasam after eating the cake. that was good.

V!  Yeah!  Great shout,  showing our age somewhat here, I really remember loving V, especially that boss Alien woman with the dark hair - I liked her I did! 😉  Until she peeled her face off.

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On 11/2/2022 at 4:25 PM, truther79 said:

What films etc would you guys recommend that might interest someone who wears a tin foil hat like myself??

 

Anything loosely associated with our beliefs e.g. Hunger Games etc would be fab...

 

Looking to buy myself some for Christmas as a present to myself 🙂

 

Battle Royale, the Japanese film that influenced the Hunger Games, maybe.

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4 minutes ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

Japanese film that influenced the Hunger Games

 

What be that called please? sounds curious! 🧐

 

ps, looks like someone deleted a post from me by my ex-Tetra G handle, in this thread, or did I only dream of posting in this thread (doubt it!!), anyway I was mentioning how David Icke has reservations about Hunger Games. I wouldn't blame him I guess, but fair's fair, I have never seen Hunger Games myself.

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Just now, Certified Green of Heart said:

 

What be that called please? sounds curious! 🧐

 

ps, looks like someone deleted a post from me by my ex-Tetra G handle, in this thread, or did I only dream of posting in this thread (doubt it!!), anyway I was mentioning how David Icke has reservations about Hunger Games. I wouldn't blame him I guess, but fair's fair, I have never seen Hunger Games myself.

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_Royale_(film)

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The Japanese reaction to the film in the early 2000s has been compared to the British outrage over A Clockwork Orange in the early 1970s.[2] Fukasaku stated that he felt discomfort with it even though publicity increased due to the controversy.[22]

 

From your Wiki link under Controversies.   What on earth is that all about, apart from younger age actors being a factor (in Battle Royale) due to certification, PLUS did they get treated bad or something as actors? I am too tired to read all but I read the Controversies bit including something about DIET?...🤔

 

NOTE for any fans.

 

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Battle Royale was the last film to be directed by Fukasaku. He also started working on the sequel titled Battle Royale II: Requiem, but died of prostate cancer on January 12, 2003, after shooting only one scene with Kitano. His son Kenta Fukasaku, who wrote the screenplay for both films, completed the film in 2003.

 

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8 minutes ago, Certified Green of Heart said:

 

From your Wiki link under Controversies.   What on earth is that all about, apart from younger age actors being a factor (in Battle Royale) due to certification, PLUS did they get treated bad or something as actors? I am too tired to read all but I read the Controversies bit including something about DIET?...🤔

 

Not sure to be honest. I have the film, but I'm not sure about any controversy, just that it was pretty edgy for its time.

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Just as a quick aside to this, the latest episode of Billions has all the white power men heading off to a place in the woods very similar to Bohemian Grove. Even has the owl ceremony and loads of dodgy sexual stuff hinted at. 

Also, the thread here I put up a while ago about "truth bombs in entertainment" has some good recommendations of stuff to watch.

Westworld series is one of my favourites.

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AWAIT FURTHER INSTRUCTIONS (2018)

 

I have seen this film once before, in 2018, but watched it again for a second time, yesterday (Christmas Day). It was interesting watching it again after having watched it for the first time pre-covid.

 

It is absolutely crammed with predictive programming regarding Covid and the events of 2020-21.

 

The first quarter of the film is the most intense in terms of references to the upcoming "pandemic"; to the point that I became convinced that it's director, Johnny Kevorkian, must be a person with insider knowledge of what occurred during the course of 2020-21.

 

The plot of the film centers around a dysfunctional family (The Milgram family) who get together to spend Christmas together only to have their usual Christmas plans interrupted by a series of increasingly unusual and disturbing events. The name is not an accident; the entire film is one gigantic nod to psychologist Stanley Milgram's legendary 'Obedience To Authority' experiment. References to Covid begin in a very blatant way, come thick and fast, and then either taper off or become so convoluted and metaphorical that I could no longer see them, but at the very least, the film is predictive programming par excellence, including references to:

 

  • Families being quarantined at home
  • Families being told not to leave their home, and obey instructions issued by 'x' source
  • Families being issues with untrialled, ambiguous 'vaccines' which they are instructed to take
  • People in families applying peer pressure to take the vaccine
  • Elderly people taking a negative reaction to the vaccine, up to and including death
  • People being issued with a series of increasingly bizarre and outrageous instructions 
  • People in families turning against each other in the face of non-compliance
  • People being punished for non-compliance
  • People even being quarantined within the family home
  • Vaccines being given even to pregnant women, and doubts being voiced about this

 

This is a selection; there are others too. The film itself is not outstanding, I found the families dysfunction repellent and jarring, whilst the Father of the family is a despot who worships authority and is obedient to the point of being deranged. There is a fair amount of violence.

 

What makes the film worth watching, at least for the first half, however, are a few things: it's plentiful amount of seemingly very blatant predictive programming is so compelling that it would be nigh on impossible to not draw the comparison between the events in this film and the events of 2020. 

 

And if that doesn't convince you, consider this: the director of the film, Johnny Kevorkian, died in 2020. Despite being only 48 years of age, he died of a heart attack. Watch the film then draw your own conclusions...

 

 

 

 

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