Crispin Hellion Glover Satanic subliminal suggestions and the ever increasing elephant in the room that is Spielbergs rumoured activities with children on the set of movies and beyond are the questions raised by an essay Crispin Glover posted and then removed from his website. Download Crispin Glovers Essay on Spielberg, Children and more... The essay … Continue reading Steven Spielberg, Crispin Glover, Kubrick and Legalities
Category: Hollywood Agenda Movies
Movies with agenda. That you watch these magickal movies and delve into what makes Hollywood and the industry what it is today.
Walled City Kowloon, a Giant Blood Shiva Lingam?
Bloodsports, lawlessness and a strange construction that hid both light and its purpose. What looked accidental was infact intentional...as were those small temples that stand to this day.... Maharishi cult & others nearby could help answer... Blood cults, Shiva Lingams and the movie from secretive but respected by the elite, vampire loving director Newt Arnold, … Continue reading Walled City Kowloon, a Giant Blood Shiva Lingam?
Stanley Kubrick, Owls, Bohemium Grove and Adaptations
Subliminal Genius, Satire and owls While his later work seemed to be hinting at larger topics like Hollywood cults, faked moon landings and even the coverup of the suspected flat earth, Kubrick was still able to take time to tell the subliminl storyline in his great works. Owls, angry birds of all types and witchcraft/craeft … Continue reading Stanley Kubrick, Owls, Bohemium Grove and Adaptations
Leonardo DaVinci Secret Codes: Kali is The Vitruvian Man
“The depth of his achievement spans what most people would deem achievable in many lifetimes, but his work was also shrouded in mystery”. DaVinci Secrets The Vitruvian Man seems to be a singular image. Incorrect, the image actually has 16 different poses. When you see it in this form it starts to resemble a multimovement … Continue reading Leonardo DaVinci Secret Codes: Kali is The Vitruvian Man
Master of the Universe over 30 years old, Gary Goddards movie agelessly abysmal as it was in 1997
Sometimes things age well. Wine, GW Bush who is apparently popular on account of being someone who had the title POTUS and despite being tremendously inept, isn't called Donald Trump (who seems to be doing a good job as far as I can see from here in London <shrugs>). Masters of the Universe actually does … Continue reading Master of the Universe over 30 years old, Gary Goddards movie agelessly abysmal as it was in 1997
Face/Off – A Triumph of Acting an Actor Acting with Nic Cage delivering his “Shamanic Performance”
Everyone knows what can hype do to you. It sticks in to your brain and never lets go until satisfied. Fortunately, it did make me watch this movie, and this being one of the first Woo movies, I was totally blown away. It's worthy of the many rewatches and analysis I have given it since. … Continue reading Face/Off – A Triumph of Acting an Actor Acting with Nic Cage delivering his “Shamanic Performance”
Adam Sandlers love letter to his roots: Zohar Zohan and Kaballistic Cobblers
The widely talented Adam Sandler, an accomplished actor, singer and comedian of Jewish decent has provided entertainment to America for many years. Love him or loath him, there's no denying that Adam Sandler has had a massive influence on the shape of comedy today. From his early days on Saturday Night Live, his oft-repeated songs, … Continue reading Adam Sandlers love letter to his roots: Zohar Zohan and Kaballistic Cobblers
Ready Player One – Spielberg CGI Esoteric Excellence
Although the excessive story changes might be tough for book purists to accept, Steven Spielberg has lovingly crafted a densely coded piece of cinematic magick that captures the zeitgeist of '80s nostalgia. A screen alchemist of the highest order, Cinematic Grandpa Spielberg brings his own subtle trademark style to the visuals. To those expecting a faithful or accurate adaptation, … Continue reading Ready Player One – Spielberg CGI Esoteric Excellence
Hollywood Hex appeal: How Witchcraft has charmed the cinema into accepting the occult.
For a growing number of women in Britain and Europe, it’s October, not December, that marks the most magical time of the year. As summer fades to grey and the evening shadows lengthen, many prepare for Halloween, basking in their favourite witchcraft or craeft flicks while relishing the incoming demonic pagan Xmas and New Year. … Continue reading Hollywood Hex appeal: How Witchcraft has charmed the cinema into accepting the occult.
Movie Synchronicity: Angel Heart & The Wrestler, Mickey Rourkes sacrifice and redeption.
Getting an X rating on the movie Angel Heart with no appeal in a very rushed manner delivered a strong blunt message to director Alan Parker and his lead, Mickey Rourke. They didn't like the type of movie they were making and the spats that defined Rourkes early career could well have played in (if … Continue reading Movie Synchronicity: Angel Heart & The Wrestler, Mickey Rourkes sacrifice and redeption.