Category: Media/Entertainment

Phantoms & Monsters: Bizarre Encounters by Lon Strickler

Phantoms & Monsters: Bizarre Encounters by Lon Strickler

Amazon A collection of bizarre encounter reports submitted by regular people who felt compelled to find answers about their unexplained experience. I keep an open mind when reading and discussing witness accounts since I truly understand how they feel…since I’ve confronted similar. I have also included cases of which I offered my abilities and help……

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‘Self Assembly’

‘Self Assembly’

SELF-ASSEMBLY from Ray Sullivan on Vimeo. Bereaved parents find a monstrous substitute for their dead son…….

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First organized “UFO Alert” Meeting in Yucatán

First organized “UFO Alert” Meeting in Yucatán

Via YucatanTimes An “Alerta ONVI”, or “UFO Alert”, is an event that brings UFO enthusiasts and researchers together to spot unidentified objects flying in the sky. “Alertas” are popular around the world; in countries like Spain, thousands of people gather simultaneously, often before television cameras. These meetups usually last all night long……

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UFOs of the First World War: Phantom Airships, Balloons, Aircraft and other Mysterious Aerial Phenomena by Nigel Watson

UFOs of the First World War: Phantom Airships, Balloons, Aircraft and other Mysterious Aerial Phenomena by Nigel Watson

Amazon Lieutenant R.S. Maxwell took off in his BE2C fighter but saw nothing unusual until 8.25 p.m. when, according to his report: ‘My engine was missing irregularly and it was only by keeping the speed of the machine down to 50 mph that I was able to stay at 10,000 feet. I distinctly saw an artificial light to the north […]

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USA developing an alien abduction series from the writer of Annabelle

USA developing an alien abduction series from the writer of Annabelle

By Sam Barsanti/A.V.Club As reported by Deadline, USA is developing a new drama series about a schizophrenic man whose daughter goes missing, which makes him consider the possibility that she was abducted by the same aliens that abducted him 10 years ago. The series will be called The Terrestrial, and despite Deadline’s multiple references to it as an “alien drama,” […]

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BFI and BBC restore first ever British science-fiction movie

BFI and BBC restore first ever British science-fiction movie

Via The Guardian A Message from Mars, a silent from 1913, has been restored and given a new score by Matthew Herbert. It contains the first depiction of Martians in a British film. A 1913 science-fiction movie, cited as the first of its kind to be filmed in Britain, has been restored by the British Film Institute and BBC Arts. […]

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Alien intelligence and the lost prologue to 2001: A Space Odyssey

Alien intelligence and the lost prologue to 2001: A Space Odyssey

By Carole Jahme/The Guardian We know that fact can be stranger than fiction, but should science fiction be a stranger to scientific facts, or has sci-fi become our most loved film genre because of its blue-sky thinking and impossible plot twists? The British Film Institute’s Days of Fear and Wonder science fiction season has brought these questions into focus. One of […]

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Foxed! 2014

Foxed! 2014

Film Festivals and Indie Films descripton: Emily has been FOXED! in this award-winning, stereoscopic 3D stop-motion animated tale of fighting for what you believe in……

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The Landing – A Short Film

The Landing – A Short Film

THE LANDING – Short Film from Perception Pictures on Vimeo. A man returns to the Midwestern farm of his childhood on a desperate mission to unearth the horrifying truth of what landed there in the summer of 1960……

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‘Star Trek’ Flashback: Leonard Nimoy Notes 50 Year Anniversary of Original Pilot Shoot

‘Star Trek’ Flashback: Leonard Nimoy Notes 50 Year Anniversary of Original Pilot Shoot

Via Hollywood Reporter Dec. 3 may not feel like an important day in the annals of science fiction, but leave it to Leonard Nimoy to reveal the hidden truth, via Twitter… Note that he said “the first” pilot. He’s referring to “The Cage,” written by show creatorGene Roddenberry and directed by Robert Butler, which was presented to — and rejected by […]

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