Ken Russell’s The Devils: Still Banned in America UNCUT

Uncut and banned from America; “The Devils” is a 1971 film directed by Ken Russell and stars Oliver Reed and Vanessa Redgrave.  The film is an adaptation of the book “The Devils of Loudun” by Aldous Huxley.  The story is a historical perspective on witchcraft during the 1700’s and the persecution of those accused.  Psychological aspects of witchcraft and religion are carefully tailored into a … Continue reading Ken Russell’s The Devils: Still Banned in America UNCUT

Ken Russell

TIME MACHINE POET OF THE WEEK Ken Russell Born Henry Kenneth Alfred Russell 3 July 1927 Southampton, Hampshire, England, United Kingdom Died 27 November 2011 (aged 84) London, England, United Kingdom Ken Russell was an English filmmaker, a genius of cinematic storytelling, and a legend in the realm of BBC.  Known for his controversial style and unique vision that combined a theatrical approach to the glamor … Continue reading Ken Russell

All Eyez On Tupac for the All Eyez On Me Film

Tupac Shakur is a living legend although he took his last breath over twenty years ago.  The anticipated release of the film based on his life “All Eyez On Me” has brought-to-light theories regarding his life and indeed his death.  Demetrius Shipp Jr. portrays Tupac in an action-packed film that depicts the ups and downs of the rap star’s career.  The movie is slated for … Continue reading All Eyez On Tupac for the All Eyez On Me Film

Hussein Fatal (Bruce Washington)

TIME MACHINE POET OF THE WEEK Hussein Fatal Born April 3, 1973 Montclair, New Jersey, U.S. Died July 10, 2015 (aged 42) Banks County, Georgia, U.S. Hussein Fatal (Bruce Washington) was a soldier within the Thug Life movement and a member of one of the best-selling rap groups of all-time. Hussein joined Tupac’s “Outlawz Immortalz” and was featured on Tupac’s two-disc masterpiece “All Eyez on Me” … Continue reading Hussein Fatal (Bruce Washington)

Astral Projection Films (History of Astral Projection in Films & Television)

Astral Projection is no longer an underground discussion amongst spiritualists & believers of the astral realm; the manifestation into the entertainment spectrum has a long history of B-Horror films, and now we have Blockbuster Hollywood movies on the topic of astral travel. Released in 1975, the B-Horror film “Psychic Killer,” is one of the first cinematic adaptations of astral projection.  Originally produced as a “paranormal … Continue reading Astral Projection Films (History of Astral Projection in Films & Television)

10 Additional Films for Astral Projection

In our first and second installments of “Films for Astral Projection,” we listed a variety of films that could influence astral travel. Our third installment adds 10 films to those lists. The Blue Man (Eternal Evil) A TV Director uses astral projection unwillingly as a tool for murder.  How can he be stopped? K-PAX The planet K-PAX has sent a messenger, but will anyone believe … Continue reading 10 Additional Films for Astral Projection

10 More Films for Astral Projection

10 More Films for Astral Projection In our first article we listed 10 films that could influence astral projection – this can be used in conjecture with astral television as well. Doctor Strange Dr. Strange was originally brought to the Marvel Universe to exhibit the mystical qualities that were missing from the comics at-the-time.  His career as a surgeon comes to an end when a … Continue reading 10 More Films for Astral Projection