Saturday, 04 March 2017 13:14

Movie Review Show #3 with Adam Sayne

ConspirinormalThis is the third movie review podcast, and this time I am joined by Adam Sayne of Conspirinormal. We discuss...

* Dark was the night
* Arrival
* The Monster
* Midnight Special
* Take Shelter
* It Follows
* Bloodpunch
* The Babadook
* The Conjuring Movies
* Hostage to the Devil
* Ouija: Origin of Evil 
* Beware the Slender Man
* Archie's Final Project 
* People of Earth

In the midst of all this, we also talk about The Devil's footprints, Ed and Lorraine Warren, Exorcism, Seth and Jane Roberts, and more...



Ending song is "O Wandering Eye" from Peaches and Crime. Watch the live video of this performance here


Movies2.jpgTom Loewy joins me for this second Movie Review Show where we talk about the new Phantasm Movie, Phantasm V: Ravager, Borgman, The Man Who Wasn't There, I Am the Pretty Thing that Lives in the House, Victor Frankenstein, Fargo (Series), and Babylon 5. We also discuss the state of TV currently.


Outro Music by Rabid, "The Neverdead"


Movies1.jpgSo, to debut this type of show on Where Did the Road Go?, Joshua Cutchin and I run down through a series of horror movies and fae inspired fare. Included...

  • The Hallow
  • Jonathan Strange and Mr. Norrell
  • The Possession
  • Annabelle
  • Banshee Chapter
  • The Invitation

We do speak of some others as well. In the future I will have a range of guests doing these shows. Hope you enjoy it.


Outro music by One-Eyed Doll, "Loveland". 

Theyarehere.jpgOn this edition of our Midweek podcast, we start out talking about the Poltergeist Reboot, and Remakes in general. We move on to Ancient Aliens: The Game, and whether or not belief in aliens really conflicts with religion. The last part of the show is dedicated to a document a listener sent along. It was a list of experiences he had throughout his life. The first experience is entitled, They are Everywhere, and they are some weird little encounters, we read them and talk about what may be behind them. 



Alienated PosterBrian Ackley, writer, producer of the movie Aliented, joins me to talk about the movie, inspiration, UFO's, Conspiracies, and more. Alienated is about a conspiracy theorist who witnesses a UFO but doesn't know how to tell his wife, fearing she won't believe him. This blows up their relationship, and you follow the downward spiral, with some surreal side trips...


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mikejoshrpj1On this show, I am joined by Joshua Cutchin, Red Pill Junkie, and Michael Hughes. We discuss at length the Documentary, The Nightmare, and from there explore the concept of Sleep Paralysis, how science explains it, and what may really be going on. We discuss the many connections to the UFO Phenomenon and Altered States of consciousness. Mike also gets into his very strange sleep paralysis experience. 


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Rcranor HS1Richard directed a film called "Star Leaf", currently on iTunes, Amazon, and Google Play and starring Russell Hodgkinson of the hit SyFy zombie show "ZNation", and it has an original take on the paranormal connections between cannabis, extra-terrestrials, PTSD, and parallel universes. We discuss the movie, and then get deeply into his own experiences with Poltergeists, Demons, Kundalini, and more. 


Working in the film industry since 2003, Richard’s notable works include Katana (2009), starring Yuji Okumoto (Karate Kid 2, Pearl Harbor), Ned Luke (Grand Theft Auto V), and John Koyama (Breaking Bad, The Last Samurai) as well as GodMachine (2012), starring Robert Leeshock and Von Flores of Earth: Final Conflict. Richard’s resume also includes corporate and industrial work for clients such as Microsoft, the Seattle Chamber of Commerce, Perkins Coie, the American Cancer Society, and many others.


We have created one movie, thus far, that deals with the paranormal. It is entitled, Gateways to Magonia, in tribute to the brilliant book Passport to Magonia: On UFOs, Folklore, and Parallel Worlds by Jacques Vallee. The movie is fiction, but some of it is based on real events that have happened, in some form, to the host of this show, or based on real events that have happened to others. Metaphysical, paranormal, philisophical, it leads you down a path to make you doubt what reality really is. Viewed from only the main character's perspective, we hope to give the viewer some idea of what dealing personally with the paranormal, espeically uninvited, can be like. When you are lead to question the very basis of your existence, you have very little to hold on it. There is also a lot of symbolism hidden throughout. This was made with no real budget, but we feel that is an accomplishment, not a detriment. It also tips its hat to John Keel, Jacques Vallee, and HP Lovecraft, among others.

There are bloopers, deleted scenes, and a commentary track, which are available on the DVD. You can download the DVD image, with covers, for FREE, by clicking HERE. Please feel free to share. Be aware the ISO image for this is 4.3 Gigs. You can also just watch it on Vimeo below. The only warning we must give you is that there is a good amount of swearing in the film.