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Watch Alien Intrusion: Unmasking a Deception

(304) 5.2 130 min 2018

Alien Intrusion: Unmasking a Deception is a movie starring Gary Bates, Robert Carter, and Joseph Darnell. A look into the possibility that aliens are actually demonic spirits merely pretending to be extraterrestrials.

Starring
Gary Bates, Robert Carter, Norio Hayakawa, Joseph Darnell
Genres
Documentary
Director
Gary Bates

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Documentary
Director Gary Bates
Writer Gary Bates
Stars Gary Bates, Robert Carter, Norio Hayakawa, Joseph Darnell
Country USA
Runtime 2H 10M
Description A look into the possibility that aliens are actually demonic spirits merely pretending to be extraterrestrials.

Top reviews

Monday, 25 May 2020 01:09

I saw this documentary in a small cinema in Glasgow. It was a real eye-opener. I was really moved by the brilliant way it was made. We are all capable of doing good and it is quite surprising how quickly we begin to forget that we are contributing to making the world a better place. The film is incredibly honest and I think it will be a great talking point for many years to come. The film is filled with both sides of the argument. The people on the right side are saying that we should not be allowing ourselves to become a 'criminal' society. They want to know what is the right balance. They are scared that the government is not doing enough to fight the problems and they want to know what are the rules of the game. But the film is also a powerful film because it is incredibly human, it makes you see that we are all human and in the end we all want the same things in life and we all need to get on with our lives. The other side of the debate is the people on the left who are saying that we need to look at ourselves and make our choices carefully and make the right choices. They want to see that they are not the only ones who have the right to make decisions and if the government really wants to fight crime and poverty then they need to make sure that there are enough people to help them. If you are a libertarian you will probably not like this film but it is a brilliant film and very human, especially in the way it is made. I strongly recommend this film, you will be talking about it for a long time.
Friday, 15 May 2020 21:17

I just watched this film again, at the request of a friend who just saw it at the FESTIVAL of the Arts Centre. It's a movie that will leave you with many questions about the military, the CIA, and especially ourselves as a society. I won't give it away, but I will say that this movie is the story of a group of misfits who have joined together to try to find out what really happened at Area 51. Most of the people in the movie have some kind of connection to the project, either directly or indirectly. And while they are all doing their own things, they all are doing things that are diametrically opposed to each other. I will say that if you have a desire to learn more about the government or the military, this movie is not for you. This film is for people who are interested in the military, the CIA, or both. It's a story that most people can relate to, but that also leaves you with questions. Most of the movie is in Spanish, so if you don't speak Spanish, be prepared to learn it. It's not a movie to watch if you are not interested in military, or government, or both. You must watch it, so you can understand what it was all about. The movie is based on interviews with more than 20 people. I believe that they will also be interviewed in the near future. I hope that I was able to give you a good idea of what to expect. You are a very intelligent and discerning person. If you enjoyed this movie, I encourage you to watch some of the other documentaries that I've made, like: "What's the Matter with Kansas?", "Running Scared", and "Weapons of Mass Destruction", among others.


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