The Hidden Hand: Alien Contact and the Government Cover-Up
The Hidden Hand is a controversial Award-winning documentary that explores the possibility of an extraterrestrial presence here on Earth. The film takes a keen look at a spectrum of topics like alien abduction, human/alien hybridization, the military's reverse-engineering of alien technology and the government cover-up of anything related to extraterrestrials. Is preoccupation with E.T.'s a form of cultural madness, or is something really going on? How would E.T. contact change the religious and political institutions of our society? The Hidden Hand is full of riveting interviews with experts and experiencers alike: Whitley Strieber, Dr. Edgar Mitchell, the 6th astronaut on the moon, Paul Hellyer, a former Canadian Defence Minister, Richard Dolan, Jim Marrs, Linda Moulton Howe, Col. John Alexander, Lyn Buchanan, Clifford Stone, Nassim Haramein, David Icke, Dr. Roger Leir, Graham Hancock and Paola Harris, among others. The shadowy world of UFOs is suddenly brought to light.
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The Hidden Hand: Alien Contact and the Government Cover-Up torrent reviews
Roberta K (nl) wrote: Loved this film. Beautiful cinematography and set in Western Australia - stunning scenery. Uplifting story and often very funny.
Vanessa W (it) wrote: i found it odd and eerie but couldnt pull myself away from it. i had to see how it ended. i liked it very much. just because critics hate something doesnt mean its not any good.
Kyhere H (ru) wrote: One hot guy and a really stupid story - skip it
Monica J (fr) wrote: Enjoying Movie Time On Christmas Eve With Mi Familia!
Private U (au) wrote: this movie sucked. and the sad thing is i was really into it...and then it ended...no but it really sucked! "my, arent we the quick one?"
Isuru H (kr) wrote: this is awesome..!!!
Ryan A (kr) wrote: Personally, I loved this movie. And I still do. That funeral scene still makes me cry everytime.
James B (au) wrote: Utter fluff, and a little overlong, but nevertheless quite an entertaining escapist romantic comedy. Jeremy Iron's presence and Patricia Kaas' singing pretty much make the film. White linen and sun-drenched Moroccan scenery add visual appeal.
Yann B (gb) wrote: nul, on a droit a tous les poncifs, acteurs mauvais, scenar mauvaisca vaut pas mieux qu'une serie TF1 un dimanche aprem
I dont know w (jp) wrote: Yeah, a mentally handicapped school.
mark a (jp) wrote: classsic rock horror, as a small town tries to ban this band but the band music hypnotize the teenagers, for evil deads, special effects aint good cause its a cheap budget film but its got gr8 story and story!
Brian M (mx) wrote: VOICE OF TERROR was kinda lame, but this WWII Holmes flick is definitely better. There is more of a Conan Doyle feel to the story this time around. Some pretty good dramatic irony at work here makes for an enjoyable thriller (even if it's war propaganda). I'll never understand or accept a bumbling Watson, who seems reduced to a simple US tourist. I loved the camerawork at the dinner party where we follow a matchbook passing from partygoer to partygoer (reminded me of Hitchcock).
Simon P (ru) wrote: Frank Henenlotter knows how to make a bad horror movie - this is absolute class! '80s vintage.
Joel G (gb) wrote: Dang, is Chris Rock my fave actor??? I love comedy, and I love hip-hop, so mixing the two makes this a classic. So many scenes in this movie are worth talking about but I will just say that the "sex (comparision) scenes" and the funeral scenes, along with Charlie Murphy, really take this movie to the next level!!!!!!!!