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Guzzle till the buzzer stops.

“What goes soaring upward must come spiralling down. This extremely condensed history of aviation makes clear its explosive implications.”
Anyways, it’s better to reign in hell than to serve in heaven. I guess. Perhaps…
The short movie has been directed by Andrew S. Allen at Polymix Media; he’s also responsible for music and [...]

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MAT STEVENS – The Party at the End of the Earth

Cut word linescut music linessmash the contral imagessmash the contral machine.

“The kid sits in his room, paranoid and delirious… poised on the brink of insanity, plagued by paranoid psychosis. But the mask is calling. The time is now.”
“With the masks magic powers, he flies across the fields of conspiracy chased by the tentacles of technology. [...]

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The Kingdom: Title Sequence

The FBI is the lead agencywhenever the US citizens areattacked abroad

The title sequence for The Kingdom, feature film directed by Peter Berg, is an entertaining and informative sequence which sketches United States’ involvement in Saudi Arabia during the last century.
The sequence is the work of Pic Agency.
I titoli di testa di The Kingdom, film diretto [...]

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The Shock Doctrine

Only a crisisactual or perceivedproduces real change.

“Drawing surprising connections between market methods and CIA torture techniques developed in the 1950s, the film explores how well-known events of the recent past have been theaters for the shock doctrine, from Pinochet’s coup in Chile, to the Tiananmen Square Massacre, to the war in Iraq today.” (Source: IMDB)
The [...]

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VOICE – The Divide

The hardest part of my job is to connect Iraq to the War on Terror.George W. Bush

Your daily share of Marxist propaganda. A musical tribute to the War on Terror.
Really, I cannot believe there’s so many people who believe in this shit. Like me, just to say… :D
The Divide is a song by Voice, released [...]

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The Man who Walked Between the Towers

What a wonderful place to stretch a rope…

It was August 7, 1974 in New York City, when Philippe Petit made eight crossings on a rope stretched between the still unfinished Twin Towers.
You know what happened in 2001. Well, actually nobody know (and probably never will know) what really happened that day, but that’s another story.
In [...]

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