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SHTF: American Blackout (2013, Nat Geo Documentary)

YT description: A cyber-attack takes down the grid and leaves millions of ordinary people without electricity. Follow the first-hand stories of five different groups stranded in the darkness as their desperate scenarios unfold. What happens when the lights go out? How long would it take for civilization to crumble? Would you know what to do?

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Blackout United States by National Geographic – (2013) 2 stars

Run time: 1 hour, 27 minutes. This is a pretty crappy documentary. It actually shows you what not to do and how not to act, more than it shows common sense prevention or solutions for a true Shit Hits The Fan scenario. I understand that not everybody preps or is prepared to handle a Without Rule Of Law event, but that does not mean that Nat Geo is justified in giving us a program aimed at junior high school students. Every single main character in this program would have died in an extended, real-life event of two weeks or so. Instead of teaching us anything useful, Nat Geo is making us dumber and stupider.

First off, all of these people dependent on their smart phones are going to die. Dumb white teens running off into bad neighborhoods full of angry, vengeful thugs are going to die. This is happening already all across our country, in case you hadn’t noticed, where the niggahs feel it is their duty to murder and beat down defenseless whites. Then you’ve got your yuppie couple stuck in the 46th floor? Sorry, nope, they’re not going to make it either. Their social circle would break down after the first four or five days, where they’d be killing each other before they ever even got to the street and faced people that are tougher than they are. How about breaking into some of your neighboring apartments to get their food, you dumb shits? How did the apartments in that high-rise empty out so suddenly, by magic? And for those of you who think the military is going to have a happy face while they give you rationed meals, think again. Do your research on Hurricane Katrina and the similar disaster at Joplin. The military will force you to give up your weapons, shoot you on sight, and corral you into stadiums with snipers up on the roof, which is exactly what they did after Katrina.

Now, look at how they portrayed the prepper. It was one ex-military hard-ass who had it all planned out. He had a compound, a safe-house, a bunker and huge stock of packaged food, along with a number of gadgets to keep the power going. Look at how this puts prepping in the mind of the dumb TV viewer. They see all this huge amount of gear and think, I will never be able to afford all that! You know why? Because that is exactly what the producers at Nat Geo want you to think. Prepping is out of your reach. Prepping means you’ll have to compromise your humanity for others in order to stay alive. Prepping bad! Cell phones and social media good!

There is so much wrong with the prepper segments that I don’t even know where to start. First off, the daughter’s boyfriend would not have come along. Fuck that kid. Next, the military hard-ass would have had three or four other guys with him, because military guys know they need other men with similar combat and survival experience around when the lights go out. Also, the wife should have been trained in handling weapons, as well as the daughter and the younger son, at least in sighting and shooting with rifles. The kid would not have patrolled alone and the fuel tanks would not be out in the open. Trust me, if a gang of starving locals comes around, they would have killed the hard-ass, raped the wife and kids and killed them later. That’s what is happening against South African whites right now, sheep. Four or five survivalists working together, with their families, would have kept their compound secure against minor mobs of marauders.

The real fireworks will come when the American military shows up trying to force the survivalists to give up their assets.

Movie: The Coming starring Daniel Leone (2009, Thriller)

Tom’s protective older sister, Samantha, goes missing and the strange events surrounding her disappearance become a match that sets aflame a small town’s racial mistrust and mass hysteria …imdb synopsis, 6.0 rating out of 10

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This is the original version of THE COMING that had its premiere screening in Vancouver, Canada in 2008. The film was in pre-production for three years, was shot on location in the town of Russell Manitoba in only 19 days, and was made for under 50,000 dollars. The entire budget was built by tapping credit cards and saving accounts, family investment, public donations and grassroots fundraising efforts. Robin Williams attended one of our fundraising events and the premiere screening was host to 300 people.

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The Coming starring Daniel Leone – (2009) 3 stars

Run time: 1 hour, 35 minutes. This is a strange movie. I just did a review earlier on a zombie flick that focused less on zombies and more on the personal interaction between the characters. This movie does the same thing in a small town atmosphere full of broken, dysfunctional people with a looming crisis over their heads. There are no heroes here, but there are a lot of abused and tormented souls. The pacing is very slow, there isn’t a whole lot of action taking place. Even halfway through the movie, you might be wondering how the alien abduction / UFO angle fits in with everything else that’s going on, both on the national and local fronts.

As a conspiracy researcher, I see a lot of little hints, or Red Pills, the producers have very cleverly dropped into the movie to wake people up. The biggest one for me is the notion that the government would create an international crisis bad enough to lead to World War III, while trying to cover up a possible invasion by aliens. This is happening right now in real life, where President Trump is dealing with false accusations of Russian collusion, while also hurting Russia with sanctions and trying to pick a fight with North Korea. Behind all of this distraction, we have Israel trying to create an empire in the Middle East, and Chemtrails clouding up our skies to prevent, what, an alien invasion of the Anunnaki from Planet X? We don’t really know, do we, just as in the movie we see the American characters being frightened into insanity and picking on foreigners, mostly thanks to the controlled media, while the real threat is coming from above their heads.

The movie doesn’t offer up a lot of solutions, but it wasn’t meant to. It gives us an exaggerated glimpse of real life in the U.S., sort of a mirror reflection where we have to look at our ugliest and weakest sides. I get what the director was trying to do, but too many of the characters were two-dimensional, such as the sheriff and the two hoodlums who never did much. At the start, lead actor Leone was a confused wimp, and guess what, at the end of the movie he’s still the same guy. The most heroic thing he did was ride his bike around town and leave his loved ones behind over and over, just like he abandoned his sister in the woods and basically caused her to become abducted all those years ago, because her boyfriend chased him instead of protecting her.

In my stories, my characters might make major screw-ups, but they figure those out and deal with them, and they don’t keep making the same mistakes over and over like we see happening in this movie. What we end up with is a town full of wimps, even the bullies mind you, who can’t turn a TV off to avoid the latest bad news, and who can’t lift a finger as the alien menace comes down to harass them.

Movie: Cemetery Man starring Rupert Everett (1994, Horror)

This film was also titled Dellamorte Dellamore. It has a couple of excellent booby shots of Anna Falchi. She’s hot!

I want to call this a Mandela Effect, because I’ve never heard of this movie before. From the early 1990s on through about 2008, the ex-wife and I were fanatics at the movie rental shops. I mean, we went to multiple rental places and purchased new and used movies all the time. At the start of the movie, you can even see the ‘new’ human skull with its holes along the cheekbone and its indents behind the eyes.

A cemetery man must kill the dead a second time when they become zombies.imdb synopsis, rating of 7.3 of 10

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DellaMorte DellAmore starring Rupert Everett – (1994) 5 stars

Run time: 1 hour, 43 minutes. This movie comes across like an R rated version of the Addams Family. We have the same morbid, twisted dark humor, characters that are full of quirks, and a premise that makes no sense unless you shroud it over with all manner of distractions. Basically, everyone in a small town cemetery has the bad habit of coming back as a reanimated corpse, that wants to tear apart and eat living people. No one in town knows this is going on, and even if they were told, they wouldn’t believe it. The lead role falls to Rupert Everett, the caretaker of the graveyard, who must keep all this under wraps or risk the incredible catastrophe of ‘losing his job.’

I didn’t know what to expect from this movie when it first started, but as it rolled along I began to like it more and more. Everett is very detached and cool, a bit too much at times, but he is handsome and showing off his upper body for the ladies. His sidekick Nogy is as cute and lovable as Uncle Fester. The sometimes living, sometimes dead Anna Falchi has recurring roles, where she gets the frequent opportunity to display her gorgeous breasts.

Several scenes are tainted with allusions to necrophilia, such as the lead actor screwing around with a supposedly dead woman, a biker girl who can’t let her dead boyfriend go, and Nogy bringing a young woman’s head out of a coffin so he can properly woo her. The scenes with the head were fascinating and also hilarious for me, as I have written a poem of dark comedy where a boy finds an equally animated head in the swamp and takes it home to his mother.

Movie: Here Alone starring Lucy Walters (2016, Zombies, Span. Subs)

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A young woman struggles to survive on her own in the wake of a mysterious epidemic that has killed much of society, and forced her deep into the unforgiving wilderness.imdb synopsis, 5.6 rating out of 10

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Here Alone starring Lucy Walters – (2016) 4 stars

Run time: 1 hour, 37 minutes. Pretty much everything that can be written or filmed about zombies has already been done. The only thing that’s really left, past the constant action sequences, buckets of gore and flimsy plots, is the human experience during a zombie attack and / or takeover. The reason there is still some mileage left here is that we are all unique individuals, and so a non-traditional filmmaker might just make an impact in a genre that has been extremely saturated. Didn’t we get a reinvention of vampires just a few years ago with the Twilight movies?

In this case, we have a very low budget production set out in the wilderness, with an early focus set on only a single woman trying to survive. A little later, a man and his teen daughter come into the picture. Even though there are only three main roles in this movie, we are still shown a large amount of tension, fear, and how far people are willing to go to find or avoid the company of others. Overall, I found the interaction above average. At times, this movie takes too long to get to the point, especially for those who like to see onscreen, forced and largely meaningless violence every five minutes. We watch many flashbacks from the heroine’s (Lucy Walters) point of view. When I write zombie stories, I like to get the exposition out of the way early, so I can jump into the first-person point of view and get things rolling along in a linear sequence.

It sounds funny to say this movie had a cast of three, but that’s large all there was. Everyone else was a bit actor or minor supporting role. This limits a story severely; it is like writing a novel about one person, with no one else coming along to stir the pot and advance things along. The producers of this movie did an excellent job here, because the characters were well crafted, believable, and even bullheaded. I won’t give away any spoilers, but a couple of times that teenage girl reacted in unpredictable ways in what was largely a predictable movie. Trust me, I had a teenage daughter who would do random, nonsensical things like that, so I totally understand where that came from.

Movie: Nude Nuns With Big Guns starring Asun Ortega (2010, Action)

With a title like that, if you expect this movie to be age restricted, you’d be right. This movie is bad-ass. The tits start up at five seconds in and continue throughout the entire film.

Mentally abused, enslaved and coerced into prostitution, a left-for-dead merciless Sister will take on a mission straight from God, whacking sinners in a strictly personal, no-prisoners vigilante Holy War.imbd movie page

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Nude Nuns With Big Guns starring Asun Ortega – (2010) 5 stars

Run time: 1 hour, 23 minutes. If you’re a fan of stuff like Kill Bill, Pulp Fiction and Sin City, this one’s for you. This is an awesome, awesome retelling of the classic western revenge tale, updated for modern cinema with great sixty’s inspired rock and roll and over the top action, a thin plot and lots of bloody gunfire sequences. Nearly all of the film’s characters are hardcore and thoroughly committed to making their parts shine. The only awkward scene involved a small family of tourists who wandered into the biker gang’s gas station, and the worst role went to the station’s mechanic.

Many of the characters had tough, hard faces, including the Catholic clergy and gorgeous heroine Asun Ortega. The actors had ethnic faces as well, with decidedly southwestern and Mexican looks to them, most visible in a few of the nuns, including the heroine’s love interest. Scenery was very good to decent, with the interior church footage and the costumes being most impressive for me. The atmosphere was dingy and dark, setting the right ambiance for this type of movie, the mix of crime and religion were superbly crafted, and of course we have tits and ass visible like every three minutes. This movie has all the makings of a cult classic that Tarantino fans would be proud of.

Movie: Grabbers directed by Jon Wright (2012, Monster, Comedy)

YT description: Peace officer Lisa Nolan comes to Aran Island, Ireland, to take charge during a colleague’s two-week holiday. Simultaneously, blood-thirsty, sea-dwelling aliens arrive at the quiet island to propagate. As dead whales wash up on shore and people start mysteriously disappearing, officers and a few locals slowly discover their peril along with one sure defense – high blood alcohol levels, which the aliens can’t stomach. As a storm approaches, enabling hungry hatchlings access to the locals, an open bar kicks off a desperate bid for survival as inebriated police and friends stagger to remain cognizant long enough to thwart the alien invasion.
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Directed by Jon Wright
Cast: Richard Coyle, Ruth Bradley, Russell Tovey, Lalor Roddy, David Pearse, Bronagh Gallagher, Ned Dennehy

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Grabbers directed by Jon Wright – (2012) 4 stars

Run time: 1 hour, 33 minutes. The plot of this movie is your classic scenario of an alien monster from outer space. However, it has a few innovative twists that put it on a higher pedestal than most other movies of this genre. This movie was produced as a horror comedy, it has a great Irish slant in the looks, attire and speech of its characters, and it has a novel approach in how the townsfolk go on to defend themselves from the invaders. I don’t want to give that twist away! Richard Coyle as the drunken, divorced cop was an excellent cast. Equally impressive was his love interest Ruth Bradley, whom I didn’t like at all at first, but whom I nearly fell in love with once her hair was down and she started drinking alcohol. The supporting cast was phenomenal, from the old sailor to the biologist to the bartending couple. Beautiful settings, great animation and sharp humor made this a very enjoyable watch. About the only complaint I have is that some of the accents were a little difficult to grasp, but otherwise this movie is on par with genre favorites such as Eight Legged Freaks and Evolution.

Movie: Gangs Of The Dead Starring Noel G (2006, Horror, Zombies)

I just read the synopsis. This is about an arms deal? Where are the all the weapons then?

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YT description: On the verge of a major arms deal, the two toughest gangs in L.A. will find themselves trapped in an abandoned warehouse by a ravenous mob of bloodthirsty zombies. They will have to work together with the cops to avoid being torn limb from limb and eaten alive.

Director: Duane Stinnett
2006
Stars: Noel Gugliemi, Howard Alonzo, Ethan Ednee

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Gangs Of The Dead starring Noel G – (2006) 1 star

Run time: 1 hour, 22 minutes. This is a really bad zombie flick. About all it does accurately is reproduce gang language in an authentic way. Basically, a movie company rented one warehouse and closed off the streets directly around it. To give the idea that this is a huge building, the lighting is deliberately kept low. The characters are largely stupid and uninspired. In this overworked genre, the producers have to come up with some novel way of presenting the same zombie chase scenes and cowering victims, and they completely failed at doing that. I had no sympathy for any of the roles, the plot went around in one or two circles over and over, and they found convenient items such as whiskey bottles and hand grenades, making it less a parody and more like a dumb video game. I ended up watching this entire movie just to see if they came up with anything different, but nah, they didn’t. It was lame all the way through. They had one memorable quote: The good book says ask and you shall receive, mother-fucker!