Myles and James watch a sequel in the for of Why are they spraying us! The sequel to the critically panned What in The World are they Spraying on us, or WI-TWATS for short. Making a sequel is hard regardless of genre, even crazy conspiracy films. Why are they spraying us, gives us the cold opening, chemtrails exist and here is what they are doing. In a classic return to the tried and tested methods of conspiracy film making, everything is thrown at the audience in the hope that it stick and overwhelms critical thinking.
This week Myles and James are joined by Buck to talk through the documentary ‘Going Clear’. Going Clear is made of several accounts of people who have left the ‘Church’ of Scientology. The ‘Church’ has been accused of using several tactics and methods that should make anyone question it legitimacy. From the questionable founding to the alleged modern day practices Scientology has raised a few eye brows in its time, now ex high ranking members of the ‘Church’ speak out.
Myles and someone else are joined by Buck for an in-depth unbiased look at the evidence that Aliens are on the moon…
Myles and his co-host (Jack?) watch spooky ghost documentary. Unfortunately it really lacks in spookiness.
Myles and James are joined by Niels to talk about the film and movement Zeitgeist.
Myles and James sat down together to watch Loose change (Version 2). We talk about some of the inconsistencies in the movie and how in reality it makes very little sense. Myles has extensively debunked 9/11 conspiracies previously.
Myles and James sat down to watch the 2004 ‘Documentary’ What the Beep do we know. This film on the surface is a nonsense parade along the psuedo-science quackfeast that quantum science often spawns. However the film hides a deep sinister ideology that psychiatric conditions are the fault of the individual suffering with such conditions.
Myles and James are back in the same room to review the creationist film ‘God of Wonder’
This film is full of the normal lack of evidence and appealing to authority and incredulity. Watch it just for the humming birds.
Myles and james are back in glorious HD and techi-colour to review an appalling film ‘Shots in the Dark’ a film that doesn’t have much going for it in any respect.