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The Parallax View (1974)

From the records, The Parallax View was a box office success in ’74, but in the years since it has been relegated to the forgotten box of American cinema. Denied a substantial DVD release, the film can now be found (if you’re lucky) for $3 sitting at the bottom of a video store bargain bin, beneath ex-rental copies of Jennifer’s Body and Scary Movie 4…

Afghanistan: The Resource War

Michel Chossudovsky, writing for Global Research, discusses the importance of the rich mineral and natural gas deposits in Afghanistan…

Pont-Saint-Esprit and CIA LSD

Did the CIA experiment on the population of a small town in France in 1951, evoking mass insanity via illegal doses of LSD?…read the article here…

Push (2009)

Despite a neat resolution, ideas and concepts are squandered (not to mention the fact that the resolution hardly deserved the journey). Push seems intent on offering a distinguished take on what is essentially B-movie fodder and as a consequence, becomes borderline pretentious. Fanning’s performance suggests that perhaps her best work is behind her, and Belle continues to prove that she has all the acting range of a grapefruit…

The Conet Project – Recordings of Shortwave Numbers Stations (1997) • Stars of the Lid – And Their Refinement of the Decline (2007) • Elvis Presley – The Essential Elvis Presley (2007)

‘Seven, zero, nine, eleven…Seven, zero, nine, eleven…’; ‘Alpha, charlie, lima, delta…Alpha, charlie, lima, delta…’ Then, after a few minutes, they disappeared. This was weird. ‘What the hell is it?!’, was on the lips of many listeners. They became known as Numbers Stations, and no official explanation had ever been given when Akin Fernandez came across them in 1992. So the industrious radio addict started to log the frequencies and the times and the messages of these enigmatic occurrences. And more importantly, he recorded them…

One More Patsy For The Road?

As Kozlowski points out in his article, the fact is not whether MKULTRA existed, but whether any successful methods or techniques were actually applied in an operational sense, in or outside the United States. Although officially closed down in the late 1960s, it has been suggested by some researchers that the program continued unofficially beneath the guise of other projects…

Langley Parks: Soundscapes, Themes & Noise – free individual track download…

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