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Starship Troopers: Spaced Out Fascists

If there is anything Hollywood hates more than anything else, it’s fascism. The reason is very simple: fascism is de-humanizing and with Hollywood being obsessed with humanism, this makes fascism very evil. So they have to tell their audience just … Continue reading

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“He-Man” was a Nazi – Part II

I remember bits and pieces of He-Man and the Masters of the Universe from childhood. One of the first comic books that I remember owning was one with He-Man. The show was being re-run at that point and this re-airing … Continue reading

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“He-Man” was a Nazi – Part I

I was given a link to a particular video not too long ago. This four minute video was a simple video-essay on how the cartoon character, He-Man, was a drawn from Nazi images and themes. The ominous music accompanying the … Continue reading

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The Long Kiss Goodnight: A Challenge to the Establishment – Part II

The film now moves into the final act where all the critical pieces – characters, plot elements, and real World implications – fall into place. Revelations and Confrontation Baltimore doesn’t yet know that Timothy has kidnapped Caitlin and after saving … Continue reading

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The Long Kiss Goodnight: A Challenge to the Establishment – Part I

A largely overlooked, yet excellent, thriller film from 1996 is The Long Kiss Goodnight directed by Renny Harlin. The preceding year Harlin had directed Cutthroat Island and both movies shared a similar fate: general obscurity with a small fan base. … Continue reading

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Aryan themes in “ThunderCats”

Movies, movies, movies… but now a little about television. More specifically, about a particular television show, ThunderCats, which first aired in January of 1985. I remember many 1980s and early 1990s TV shows as I was growing up at the … Continue reading

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Anti-Establishment themes in “They Live”

Time to look at another film. This time around it’s the 1988 science fiction/conspiracy film They Live directed by John Carpenter who also wrote the script under the pseudonym Frank Armitage and co-composed the score. Carpenter shot to fame with … Continue reading

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