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Films have been used in an attempt to expose the System. This is usually tolerated by the authorities because it’s mixed with science-fiction which is clearly impossible.
These films are more influential than gang stalking websites. It’s important to have these films documented and to keep the documentation together in one place.
Most of these films are science fiction films.
Terms, themes and devices in science fiction by George Mann (2.6 MB, 61 pages).
Creatures (giants, zombies, ghosts, vampires, werewolves, robots, aliens, mutants) are often used as an allegory to tell us something about mind control.
For every film or series I make a remark that shows why it’s in the list. This is not the plot.
Warning against Wikipedia: when the end of a film is a bit ambiguous, then usually the Wikipedians will find pleasure in writing something very misleading.
At the end of Dead rising: watchtower (2015) the army decides to covertly insert tracking chips in the cure against zombies. On Wikipedia they wrote: “the U.S. government are allowed to implant tracking chips on people who are infected.”
At the end of Universal soldier: day of reckoning (2012) Deveraux gives up because he knows that if he survives then he won’t survive one of the next John clones. On Wikipedia they wrote: “seeing John as a worthy successor who could turn the tide of the rebellion, Deveraux gives in to John, who kills him with a machete.” The rest of the text gets worse: “John has acquired the cloning equipment and taken over the separatist group, now determined to infiltrate the government which he holds responsible for his pain.”
I recommend that you watch these movies first.
Boy 7 (2015, Germany) by www.TheMovieRat.com (478.7 K, 3 pages). This film was based on the novel. There’s also a Dutch film based on the novel, but the German version is better. Young delinquents are sent to an institution where they get an implant which erases their memory and allows total control by commands which are issued by computer. It can also kill them. Trailer
Brainstorm (1983) by Wikipedia (90.8 K, 5 pages). This film tells the story of the invention of synthetic telepathy, how it started as an entertainment device, and how it finished as a military project to drive people insane in their dreams. Trailer
Control factor (2003) by Wikipedia (35.0 K, 1 page). An average everyman discovers that he’s the unwitting target of an ultra secret domestic black operation which centers on mind control. I’m searching the trailer.
Disturbing behavior (1998) by Wikipedia (110.9 K, 5 pages). Children who don’t do well in school can be signed up by their parents for a special program, which involves implants and brainwashing. Trailer
Fortress (1992) by Wikipedia (77.1 K, 4 pages). All inmates are implanted with intestinators which induce severe pain or death, for serious infractions, as a form of physical control and mental conditioning. Trailer
Gamer (2009) by Wikipedia (83.6 K, 4 pages). Convicts are implanted so that they can be steered like an avatar in a video game. Then they have to participate in battles with a promise of gaining their freedom. Trailer
Spider-man (1977) by Wikipedia (100.6 K, 2 pages). A mysterious Guru places people under mind control to rob banks. He threatens to have ten New Yorkers commit suicide at his command unless the city pays him $50 million. Trailer
Street asylum (1990) by www.FilmAffinity.com (55.5 K, 3 pages). Gordon Liddy portrays a chief of police who wants to be elected as mayor. He has a special program to crush crime. The police are implanted without their knowledge and without their consent. They get a device in their back that makes them clairvoyant and aggressive. Trailer Gordon Liddy was the supervising FBI agent of the 5 FBI agents who were arrested in the Watergate scandal. He spent 4.5 years in prison for conspiracy, burglary and illegal wiretap. Gordon Liddy by Wikipedia (177.2 K, 6 pages). Gordon Liddy can also be seen in the Super force TV series.
The Earth dies screaming (1964) by Wikipedia (90.6 K, 2 pages). Aliens use a mobile phone tower to broadcast a signal to their robots and people that they turned into mind control zombies. The nightmare is over when the mobile phone tower is blown up. Trailer
The invaders TV series (1967-1968) by Wikipedia (249.2 K, 22 pages). The series follows architect David Vincent as he tries to thwart an alien invasion and convince the world of the danger. The aliens are particularly cunning and use all sorts of strange ploys and technology like mutated flesh-eating butterflies. Trailer
Transfer (2010) by Wikipedia, www.FilmSchoolRejects.com, www.moria.co.nz (196.5 K, 4 pages). A company takes young, healthy men and women, and transplants another person’s consciousness into their body. In exchange the young people, who are mostly poor people from large families in poverty stricken countries, are given a large amount of money. Trailer
There are a few famous books which claim to document “psychotronic films” but they are not about mind control. These books are rather about weird films.
The film trailers are sorted per year and then alphabetically.
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