• The Week In Weird

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    • May 10, 2013

    Greg and Dana over at Who Forted have added a new feature to the blog. A video digest of the week’s strangest stories. Show up for the weird, stay for Dana’s impersonations and Like them on YouTube. And for those of you wondering “how can I possibly do this myself? Video production is so technical!”

  • Hemlock Grove

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    • May 4, 2013

    Netflix changed the entire business of video rental, not just once when it established the DVD through the mail rental service offering a selection that dwarfs any neighborhood rental store (and has put quite a few out of business) not just twice when it began to offer a growing selection of service online to watch

  • Too Funny To Not Post

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    • May 1, 2013

    Morgan Matthews documentary “Shooting Bigfoot” in which Rick Dyer claimed would be revealed his shooting of an actual bigfoot has been viewed now at Hot Docs Film Festival in Toronto. The reviews are coming in: I have nothing to add, but others do: Viewers from the Toronto festival have confirmed Minnow Film’s Documentary ” SHOOTING

  • Sirius UFO Documentary: Sirius-ly Bad

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    • April 24, 2013

    The reviews are in and all I can say is that I saw this coming a mile away. We’ve been talking about the Sirius documentary for awhile now, and if you’re the rational type, you’ve agreed with us so far as to say that Dr. Steven Greer and his team of research definitely spent more

  • Frankenstein Theory

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    • April 14, 2013

    You could make the case that the “Found Footage” style of filmmaking introduced by movies like “The Blair Witch Project” has its roots in a much older form of entertainment. Fans of the first well known, and longest enduring novels of horror will remember that Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein was published as a compiled series of

  • $100,000.00 For Proof Of ET Craft

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    • February 22, 2013

    Well, you had to expect it sooner or later. With the Bigfoot challenge and the James Randi psychic challenge, it was only a matter of time before someone offered big money for proof that an alien race/s have been visiting this little blue (for the time being) planet we call earth. Driven by the release

  • Bigfoot Hunter: Still Searching

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    • February 15, 2013

    Greg Newkirk and his team at Who Forted could hardly have planned a better time to release for free viewing their own experience in hunting for Bigfoot in the hills of New York State. Here is the trailer “I think we’re going to find him, and I think we’re going to be the first ones

  • Indecypherable Language

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    • January 28, 2013

    Over the centuries and millenia that mankind has inhabited the planet Earth there have been uncounted numbers of ways to communicate. According to English.Pravda.RU Majority of researchers believe that language appeared half a million of years ago… Languages of the planet have an approximately similar structural complexity. There are no primitive languages because every language

  • Planet Weird

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    • January 27, 2013

    What happens when you take your hobby and turn it into a near obsession with seeking out the bizarre and unexplained? Oh… I mean outside of Ghost Theory. What you get is Greg Newkirk’s Who Forted Yeah, we cover some of the same stuff, trade articles back and forth in the internet/couch potato version of

  • Iron Sky

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    • January 23, 2013

    Imagine, if you will suspend disbelief for a mere 93 minutes, that it is 2018 and Sarah Palin is President of The United States. Desperate for a re-election ploy and working on the advice of her publicist she launches another manned mission to the moon. It is here we enter our story as those intrepid

  • Overlook Hotel: Kubrick’s Mind Tricks On You

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    • December 29, 2012

    In 1980 Stanley Kubrick released one of the most recognized psychological thrillers of all time. Kubrick’s interpretation of The Shining (One of Stephen King’s bestsellers) is nothing less than a masterpiece on film. Kubrick does a phenomenal job in extracting the underlying fears in King’s novel and conceptualizing scenes to describe what the characters felt.

  • Stake Land

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    • December 22, 2012

    Living in the land of “Twilight” I feel pretty secure in saying that most of us here are pretty sick of angst driven misunderstood glittery vampires. Even among the teen girl set for whom the stories were written they have had their fifteen minutes of fame. Time to get back to struggle for humanity to