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1. Ghost Stories Collection
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1. Ghost Stories Collection
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1-0 out of 5 stars Let's make up some ghost stories!
There should be a disclaimer: For entertainment purposes only. I use to LOVE this stuff-- when I was 12. I use to watch "Unsolved Mysteries" and those "Haunted Lives" specials and watch them re-create the lies and use spooky music. Please. Some of these "everyday people" are so obviously trying to get on TV and have their day in the sun. Sure, these are definitely entertaining, but take them with a grain of salt.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good, But a Bit Lacking...
I do enjoy this set of DVDs a lot and watch at least one of the DVDs every week. The stories on this are very detailed and interesting to listen to. The only thing lacking is any documentary footage of hauntings of the places they spoke about. If you're looking for pure documentary footage, this collection is NOT for you because it is completely made up of true stories and no first-hand footage. For five DVDs, it's a great deal, and if you're dedicated to paranormal studies as I am, you should definitely make that small investment for a wide range of knowledge. Hope that helps!

5-0 out of 5 stars Scary Stuff!
Before I launch into praise for these DVD's I have to admit that not all the stories related therein are of the bone-chilling variety, though quite a few are. Many stories are of hauntings by friendly type spirits, where the returning entity means no harm to the visitor, and while these may still cause most people to run for the hills, they pale in comparison to the truly frightening stories, namely the ones regarding entities that DO try to harm or frighten.

Hosted by Patrick MacNee (The Avengers), who takes us to various locations famous - or infamous - for it's ghostly activities, we get to visit such places as Hollywood and parts of the Old West (among others) where we realize that the dearly departed are not really departed. MacNee does a good job in setting up the stories, and the ghostly photographs - supposedly real - that usually precede the stories, lend an even more chilling edge to the proceedings.

For ghost story fans, I would also recommend the video collection of the old television show 'One Step Beyond'.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good Documentaries For The Paranormal Enthusiast.
This is a very interesting DVD set specializing in the investigations of the Paranormal Activities mainly in US and England. What I Love the most is the photographs of the Ghosts and Spirits shown at the begining of every case, but it would've been better if they had provided a special section in the "MENU" of each DVD containing all the photographs collections including their details (dates, Origin, Etc.). The other good thing about this DVD is that it provided information on the places with the most reported Paranormal Activities and also the name of the Investigators of few well known cases. ... Read more


2. Close Encounters: Proof of Alien Contact
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5-0 out of 5 stars Multitude of footage
There is so much real footage in this, it blows most video's of the kind away. There are many, many photographs, and a wonderfully large amount of video footage. I highly recommend this to the serious researcher or the hobbyist alike. (Even if just curious) ... Read more


3. Ultimate UFO - The Complete Evidence
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1-0 out of 5 stars Absolute Rip off!!!!!
Absolutely no verifiable evidence any where on these two DVDs.A long boring high school projectof a film with little to no narative to explain the hundreds of lousy and questionable vid clips; which are dubbed with some creepy Slavic sci-fi music. Don't waste your money. An amazing disapointment!

2-0 out of 5 stars I could "identify" most of these unidentified flying objects
If you expect to see the strange "jellyfish" UFO cloud that's on the cover of the DVD, you won't, it's not in there. Most of these UFOs are planes, helium balloons & weather baloons, high-tech projections, however there are about 4 footages that are really amazing.

4-0 out of 5 stars Cosmic systems intertwine. Astral bodies drip like wine.
'Go for it!', I'd say if you are a major UFO fan.

I like the sequence and flow of the video footages as they are well arranged in accordance to their years and times of the incidents taken place. It's neat. On top of it, both of the narrators manage to remain open minded and do not act biased despite the fact that they are 'fanatic' UFO researchers and somewhat worshipers(due to their roles in the UFO studies).

For me, I'm no believer let alone a worshiper. I like this DVD set simply because I've had bad exerience in purchasing another more costly one entitled 'UFO and Paranormal Phenomena' which does not show any footages at all.

C'mon. Don't need to be too serious about it. If you like movies such as 'Independence Day', 'Close Encounter Of The 3rd Kind', 'The X-files' etc., just treat this as a spin-off of these movies and have fun watching it. Be it genuine or not, it's fun too even if you are bluffed by some footages sometimes.

But be warned! I would also like to advise you that almost 99% of the pictures of the footages compiled in this dvd set are blurry, unsteady(how come always only amateurs get to film most of the UFO footages, Huh???) and at times they are overly magnified. So you might have to undergo some head-spinning experience if watch for too long.

2-0 out of 5 stars Not so complete
I like the format of this DVD, they give you a location, date/time, and source of the video without narration.

Excellent format, but the overall content is poor. Granted the material was not taken by Steven Spielberg, none-the-less the footage is mostly jerky (as in movement), blurred, over-saturated. As far as the content of the DVD, alot of the images appeared to be down-to-earth in explanation. Alot of the early videos, from the 40's through the 70's, were mysterious at the time as most people had no idea what an after-burner was. And anyone who has ever filled a garbage bag with a lighter-than-air gas such as helium or methane, and let it float away would recognize a good portion of the videos in this collection.

The title, The Complete Evidence, may be misleading. None of the material in this DVD is classified, so the word Complete is inappropriate here. Perhaps the word Publically Available should have been substituted for the word Complete. It is reasonable to assume that the really GOOD stuff is still classified and not available to the general public.

There were a couple of interesting videos that can raise an eyebrow, but all-in-all I feel this was a collection of films of military jets, experimental aircraft, balloons, bags, and a few obvious fakes. I would not recommend this DVD as supporting evidence for the existance of UFO's, the countless eyewitness testimony on record is much more persuesive. By the same token, this DVD does not provide any evidence for UFO skeptics to use either. The hoaxes are obvious hoaxes.

2-0 out of 5 stars Save your money
I have been involved with UFO study since 1979. This DVD is a big disapointment. The narration and editing are poor. Save your money and buy some legit UFO material with it. This can be considered a 2 disc "flop-o-rama". Embarassing. ... Read more


4. Aliens-Complete Truth Collecti
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4-0 out of 5 stars not the 'aliens' movies
evidently a few rocket scientists are buying these confusing it with the aliens movies w/sigourney weaver? it's not, DUH...

1-0 out of 5 stars The Complete Truth for the feeble minded
Great viewing for the paranoid. If you like to be fooled into believing pseudoscience, then be sure to order this set.

4-0 out of 5 stars What have we forgotten... (maybe)......
Watched 2discs so far,something is happening we know that for sure is it our own secret goverments projects. Well i dont think so and neither do billions of others around the globe.But until i have seen it with my own eyes i remain 1% sceptical.But it's that 1% thats annoying...The 5discs contain much sparkling theories if your relatively new on the subject they will open your mind that little bit further......

1-0 out of 5 stars Watch out!
This is NOT the Alien Legacy box. I was very disappointed when I received the DVD's. I send them back the same day without even watching them. I hope this review is helpful for the 'real' Alien fans (Alien, Aliens, Alien3 and Alien Resurrection).

1-0 out of 5 stars Don't be fooled!
This is NOT (I repeat, THIS IS NOT) the 5-disc series of the popular Ridley Scott series based on the movies starring Sigourney Weaver. Don't be fooled by the reviews and details above. I was. I should have known better that they would sell all these movies for this low of a price. This might be good if you are into UFO/Unsolved Mysteries sort of thing. I can't say - I didn't watch them. ... Read more


5. Tarot & Astrology
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Learn the meaning behind the powerful images of the Tarot and how they have been used to predict the future. Astrology, is it just a mystical art, or, as recent scientific discoveries suggest, do the planets measurably influence life on earth? ... Read more

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3-0 out of 5 stars Overview of Astrology and Tarot
Christopher Lee narrates just over 11/2 hour doco on astrology and Tarot - covers the basics on how a natal chart is cast and how astrological advice has been used in recent history by the likes of Ronald Reagan, Hitler and John F Kennedy.

Tarot section covers the 22 card Major Arcana but doesn't mention much of swords, cups, wands or pentacles or their relationship to present day playing cards. Interesting interviews with parctitioners of these arts as well asbalanced comments from critics such as parapsychologists, astronomers and professors of logic and philosophy. Stuart Caplan, credited with the commercial introduction of Tarot cards into the US, is also interviewed and mention is made of the links between Tarot, Kabbalah and Astrology , the fundamentals of which were explored by the Golden Dawn and the notorious Mr Aleister Crowley.

Overall a well presented feature obviously shot for TV with a reasonable video and basic stereo soundtrack. Extras are absent which is a pity - some examples from Mr Caplan's fabulous collection of Tarot decks would have been of great interest. ... Read more


6. Nostradamus: Voice From the Past
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3-0 out of 5 stars disappointed
It is a good program if you would like to know about Nostradamus but it wasn't what I expected. I had expected more detail about his prophecies but they were not dwelt on as much as his life was. That was okay. Alot of info I did not know about him. Again, Not what I expected but still a biography movie.

1-0 out of 5 stars Nostradamus: Spelled Backwards....
I'm sure if spelled backwards and translated from some language nobody knows.... it means something? This is Nostradamus in a nutshell. Old scriptures were and always be unclear, but folks just love to twist words around and conclude something strange, odd, fascinating, or compelling. It is very sad and pathetic that this particular DVD has skyrocketed in sales. ...one cannot be surprised..... Many are confused and hurt, we are all hurting. To find the answers to the future, there are other alternatives. God Bless all true Heroes
God Bless the USA

3-0 out of 5 stars Good but not outstanding
This DVD doesn't take full advantage of the picture quality available to the format. I do like the recreations, and you have the advantage of being able to look at it when you want instead of waiting for cable channels toplay it.

The graphics are decent although you can tell its a transferfrom tape. The trivia quiz doesn't give a final score and it isn't verylong. Despite these shortcomings, it's a great buy. If you're building yourlibrary right now as I am, this makes a great addition.

3-0 out of 5 stars Interesting and amazing.
This video summarize Nostradamus' poems and predictions. You've read or heard most of the cases before, but they're up to date more than ever. See what happens at the end of 1999....!

It's worth seeing. ... Read more


7. Phenomenon - The Lost Archives: Genesis Revisited
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Episodes: "Genesis Revisited" - Evidence of a civilization ruled by emissaries from another world are revealed in the ancient tablets of man. Historian and archeologist Zecharia Sitien uncovers the lost and hidden archives of the Annunaki: extraplanetary visitors who over 6,000 years ago inspired what is thought to be the earliest civilization known to man--the Sumerians. "Lost Bombs: The Search for the Savannah Warhead" - Recently released government documents indicate that over the past 50 years, American military operations have been responsible for the loss or disappearance of twelve atomic weapons. How could this happen? What are the consequences and how many have our enemies lost? ... Read more


8. OZ Encounters: UFOs in Australia
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4-0 out of 5 stars SUPERIOR UFO Docco making
I've seen a lot of UFO doccos, and read a lot of UFO books. Most of my knowledge of the topic comes from these sources... not films. And I can tell you, this is a *really good* UFO docco.

What sets this apart from other UFO doccos are 2 things...

1- It's about UFO and alien encounters only in Australia
2- It has way cool 3D graphic effects as representations of the "encounters".

It's a fresh take seeing 3d graphics telling the story of an alien encounter rather than just watching somebody tell thier story, and you struggle to visualise it for yourself... and put a picture in your head.

The only downside to this docco is it's duration. it says on the cover it's 60 min... but it's not... it's 45 min. Pretty cheeky considering the price you pay for it. So yeah... I think what you pay for 45 mins of docco (albiet it's a good one with 3d graphics)... is a bit too steep at it's current price. But that's my opinion.

5-0 out of 5 stars This is very good, an excellent documentary
This is one of the best UFO documentaries that I've seen in a long time. Amazing the amount of people reporting the same sightings to the police, very credible witnesses and a very good interview of the Policeman. I was so happy that this documentary didn't show the same old UFO footage that is recycled in most other UFO documentaries. Definately a new perspective on UFO sightings in Australia. Some of it a bit scary.

3-0 out of 5 stars Interesting "account" of Space Invaders
While I have been interested in the phenomena most of my life, I have yet to come across a "credible" documentary that accurately portrays the "scientific" approach to answering questions on the subject. Perhaps it's because there are no answers, but a scientific approach would certainly go a long way toward allowing the viewer to draw their own conclusions. Encounters is an entertaining and enjoyable, if whimsical montage of events that tantalize the viewer. I recommend it for UFO buffs that already have some body of knowledge of the subject.

4-0 out of 5 stars IF ITS CREDIBLE(WERE NOT ALONE AND SOMEBODY KNOWS IT).
Enjoyed this australian version of sightings and abductions told from memory and then put into animated graphics.Doesn't go on for long though.Basically if its true were surely not alone and people out in higher places know it.However as one of the ladies on the dvd said I'd have never belived it if i haden't seen it for myself.REASON FOR 4STARS,,,,i;d would have gave it 10 if i'd seen something for real myself...

4-0 out of 5 stars A good, well produced UFO documentary
The Aussies make good UFO documentaries, and this is no exception. The computer graphics of what folks have witnessed ( and these people are very believable types ) is very slick and often spooky. It is only 45 minutes however, but worth it. ... Read more


9. In The Grip of Evil
Director: Charles Vanderpool
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Is there any validity to the supernatural phenomenon of demonicpossession? Or can such instances be explained through psychology and science? Charles Vanderpool's fascinating documentary-docudrama, In the Grip of Evil, successfully argues the definite possibility of demonic possession by recounting the alleged 1949 case of a 13-year-old boy that inspired William Peter Blatty's bestselling novel (and, later, blockbuster film adaptation) The Exorcist. Vanderpool aligns a range of interviews, from William Friedkin (director of The Exorcist) to supernatural "experts" to, most convincingly, one of the priests that actually took part in the exorcism. (Their views are countered only by one doubting psychologist, so the documentary is hardly objective.) Unfortunately, Vanderpool also felt the need to use cheesy re-creations of the events,thereby lessening the film's dramatic grip. Regardless of which side of theargument you eventually believe, In the Grip of Evil still leaves you feeling a bit creepy. The DVD is packed with supporting evidence of demonic possession, including the case-study diary of Father Halloran (one of the two priests who conducted the exorcism), newspaper accounts of the events, and interviews with the filmmakers. Those with a DVD-ROM drive can read all the newspaper articles and all the original letters, and print out several versions of the case study. --Dave McCoy ... Read more

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3-0 out of 5 stars an interesting, if hardly objective veiwing
i have long been awaiting the actual story to the original events of the 'pocession' which inspired blatty's classic film. while the film is indeed an enjoyable watch, you always get the feeling that it is not a true documentary as it seems to put cheesy entertainment ahead of objective facts, which is what i wanted to get out of the film(if i had wanted to see a load of exaggerated half truths i would have just watched the exorcist again.). but don't let me put you off as it is still very interseting and i have only seen the video, i am very interested to see what the dvd release offers(offical documents etc...).

4-0 out of 5 stars An informational thriller
Being a HUGE fan of the Exorcist I just had to buy this video. It gave me a lot of understanding on where Blatty got his ideas for the book. It is in now way the movie itself, it is a documentary on the story behined the famous horror film. I actually found it scarier but that's probably because I have seen the movie so many times it has lost effect. Both of them are great!!!!

2-0 out of 5 stars Not An Authoritative Documentary
In The Grip Of Evil is an interesting little snippet of American occultism, but hardly an authoritative documentary on exorcism in the United States. However, the DVD may lead the viewer to take a more in depth look at occultism. If that's the case, I recommend Michael Cueno's book American Exorcism: Expelling Demons In The Land Of Plenty.

5-0 out of 5 stars It will make a Believer Out of You!!!!!
I have all the exorcist Movies and this really does a great job of explaining all the beginning to end details. If the Original movie of the 70's doesn't get you back to church, this documentary, sure will!!!!!

4-0 out of 5 stars this DVD comes through on extras
It's not often you see a good documentary and then get access to the sources used to make it. I was quite impressed with this DVD and the story. It is much better done than your typical documentary fare.

To address the previous reviewer, I checked out the DVD of this documentary and I think they got it pretty much right. The DVD includes the diary of the exorcist priest and letters and newspaper clippings that corroborate all the locations mentioned in the film. If your basis for fact checking is the internet, I'm not at all surprised you think this film is wrong. Check the real sources. ... Read more


10. The Occult History of the Third Reich
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5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent series on an obscure topic
Nazi Germany had many influences. The influence of the occult on the formation of the Third Reich has occasionally been greatly overstated. But it did exist, and this series is as good an examination of this rather esoteric topic as I've ever seen, certainly far better than the History Channel's recent effort.

The presentation is rather dry, and the video footage can be somewhat repetitive. But if you're interested in early 20th-century European occultism and its contribution, however slight, to the rise of Nazi Germany, this is as good a source of information as there is, apart from Nicholas Goodrick-Clarke's book The Occult Roots of Nazism.

5-0 out of 5 stars A good starting place, or maybe all you need?
Well here we are introduces to a different view of the Third Reich. Why haven't we seen this before? Evidently this aspect of Nazis was not as interesting as weapons or fascist ideology. However I have seen this film several times on history channels and even on public television. And it does bring up new questions as to how it all started?

Well some would say they knew all about it and that, and this film is just a glossy version with stock footage. OK, find me a film on the subject that is not glossy and uses unique footage. If you really have more than a passing interest then it is book time, such as "The Occult Roots of Nazism" ISBN: 0814730604. For the most part this film covers more than the general public is interested in.

3-0 out of 5 stars Absurdity abounds
Hitler and the occult... a nonexistent collaboration (...) Consult Hitler's own words, where he slammed the occult as "Jewish and Bolshevik."

This is a difficult video to review because its premise is flawed from the get go: there is no occult associated with Hitler and there never was. The people chosen to be interviewed in this unintentionally amusing documentary are (...) of the first order. None are respected, noted or competent historians, they are pop writers who believe in errant nonsense. What types of nonsense, you ask? I shall tell you: they believe that when Hitler was a young man living in Vienna, he stumbled upon a spear located in a local museum. The spear infused the young artist with mythical and evil "powers." Yeah, right... and I was abucted yesterday by Martians and taken to outer space.

Only the most gullible [viewer] could believe anything in this childish video. Errors of the most fundamental nature abound: Hitler did not emigrate to Munich in 1912, but in 1913; Dietrich Eckart did not die in 1945, Hitler did not meet Eva Braun in 1933... the list is endless. As a laugh this might be useful, as history it is unreliable and puerile in the extreme.

3-0 out of 5 stars Ran a bit thin.
I believe the ppl who were responsible for putting this last DVD in the 3 part series ran out of matieral since they basically spend the most of it restating the Occult roots of Nazism thats in the first two DVDs. Beyond that there is good info on the formation of the SS and its purpose to provide a stream of pure white aryan blood, but most of whats here u can find in a better source.

1-0 out of 5 stars Disappointing
This set borrows heavily from TRIUMPH OF THE WILL and from the Wolper Documentary RISE AND FALL OF THE THIRD REICH, using washed-our film resources. The set is made up of three discs which purport to concentrate on Adolph Hitler, the SS, and the swastica, but they instead overlap each other, using padded and unrelated material, concentrating heavily on the holocaust and using stock footage from television. Overall, very disappointing quality. ... Read more


11. The Occult History of the Third Reich: The Enigma of the Swastika
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4-0 out of 5 stars Interesting Indeed
This dvd was very interesting in explaining the eastern roots and western uses of the Schwastika, the Sieg, and other esoteric symbols. Walking into a Presbyterian Church close to my home I was VERY surprised to see on the left wall hanging a banner with a cross and there was a schwastika on a cloth banner above the cross, but it was crossed out. I was surprised to learn that the Schwastika was used all over the world before Hitler adopted the eastern Buddhist symbol of good luck and of creation and turned it into a symbol of hate. Its cheap and very informative.

3-0 out of 5 stars Interesting, and a great price
What a strange three volume set. All you ever wanted to know about Nazi ideology in three hour long episodes. The documentary is reasonably non-judgemental (although the fact that they gassed 6 million jews is not glossed over), rather it is a look back in history to try and find reasons for the Hitler's "different" perspective on Germans, Jews and the whole of world history. There is a large amount of documentary footage which I hadn't seen before, and I've seen a fair amount of footage from the inter war years.

And even if you you hate the thing, ...Can't argue about the price, at least. ... Read more


12. Six Days in Roswell
Director: Timothy B. Johnson
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In 1947, Rancher William ^SMac^T Brazel discovered what looked like a crashed alien spacecraft in Roswell, New Mexico. After reporting his find to Air Force Intelligence officer Jessie Marcel at the Roswell air base, the wreckage was reportedly flown to Wright Patterson Air Force Base in Dayton, Ohio. Some say it still exists there in Hangar 18^Eothers say it^Rs now at Area 51 in Nevada. Is this crash a figment of overactive imaginations?The U.S. Government isn^Rt talking about it. But, lots and lots of people are...

Did you know that a UFO sighting occurs somewhere every three minutes? If you have ever questioned whether real life is stranger than fiction, put your doubts behind you as the filmmakers who brought you the comedy hit Trekkies take on Roswell, New Mexico, the town famous for extra-terrestrial encounters and government cover ups.

Richard Kronfeld lives in Minnesota and has dreamed for years of traveling to Roswell, New Mexico to research alien abductions and, maybe, even contact an alien intelligence himself. All his friends have moved on and accomplished things in their lives and Kronfeld sees this trip as a way for him to take action for once in his life. The cameras follow Kronfeld as he makes his pilgrimage to the shrine called Roswell. Spend six days in a rented Coachman with two dogs, a film crew, UFO experts and an overdose of alien abductees. Documenting the fanatic-like following that has sprung up around reported extra-terrestrial encounters,Six Days In Roswell is a record of one man^Rs hilarious journey in search of the unknown and a journey in search of himself.This is the perfect DVD addition to any science-fiction fan^Rs video library. Fans of Fox^Rs The X-Files and the WB^Rs Roswell will certainly enjoy this sci-fi comedy hit!

Synapse^Rs DVD of Six Days In Roswell was one of the most critically acclaimed releases of 2000 and the winner of the DVD Association^Rs 2000 DVD Video Excellence Award!Listed on over six TOP TEN DVD Lists of 2000, this dual-layer DVD is loaded with added value and Special Features! ... Read more

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1-0 out of 5 stars The Truth is out there┬┐ and the truth is this is Awful.
I visited the official website for this movie and saw some video clips and read reviews... such as "Gut-busting funny..." and "pants-peeing funny".
I am generally amused by corny stuff, but this didn't inspire one audible laugh outta me. Since I'd watch some video clips from the website, I had already seen the only moderately humorous stuff that takes place in the movie. I don't think I laughed out loud once.
Really this movie was not unique or insightful.
It really provides nothing more than if you bothered to watch your boring brother's homemade footage of himself walking through a UFO convention while buying alien knick-knacks and souvenirs. The real let down is that there is no real genuine interaction between Knonfeld and the UFO enthusiasts. It gets about as in depth as when he occasionally asks someone, "Do you believe in UFOs." Wow, now that is a pretty deep portrayal of people wrapped up in a phenomenon, huh? Sorry to say there were a lot of missed opportunities. And it could have been achieved with a charismatic, talented actor. Instead, they had Kronfeld. If the lead actor was a legitimate cornball it wouldn't make it any funnier... instead he is just a poor, uncreative comedic actor. I'm totally bummed I spent $26.98 to find this out the hard way. I was thrilled when Amazon.com got this to me so quickly. And I was heartbroken when my expectations for a good comedy/documentary were crashed in to the ground like some misguided alien spaceship.

The Truth is out there...and that awful truth is this docu-comedy is not worth the time or money to sit through. (-If you want a good "docu-comedy" go with "American Movie", not "6 days in Roswell".)

5-0 out of 5 stars Of course it's faked, that's the point !
The "viewer from Belmont, Ca" had better have ducked, cause this went right over his/her head. It's supposed to look faked. It's making fun of many documentaries and the people who play up to them on camera. It's subtle genious !

2-0 out of 5 stars Faked Days in Roswell
This film really belongs in the category of "Mockumentary." Most of the scenes are terribly contrived and our hero, Richard Kronfeld, comes across as a nerd playing even more of a nerd. You are constantly aware that he is mindful of being on camera and is playing to it. This is true of most of the performers--the word that best fits the people in this film. The outtakes you can view on DVD only further this observation (the scene with the luggage on the stairs is embarrassingly amateurish). As a result, "Six Days in Roswell" is about as funny as a government film of crash test dummies.

I'd give this film one star for being just plain stupid, except that it introduced me to singer Suzanne McDermott, who gives us the most honest, genuine and professional performance in the entire film.

5-0 out of 5 stars Six Days In Roswell = BIG FUN
I truly enjoyed this documentary. I had to stop the movie at times because I was laughing so hard! The makers of "Trekkies" bring you this hilarious film about mild mannered Richard Kronfeld and his quest to learn more about alien abduction by attending the 50th anniv celebration in Roswell, New Mexico.

In his spare time Kronfeld builds Star Trek props and fashions them from household items. The one scene of him dressed as Star Trek's "Captain Pike" and being pulled behind a lawn mower in this hometown's annual "Raspberry Festival" is worth renting this film alone.

4-0 out of 5 stars Six Days in My World
SIX DAYS IN ROSWELL

Produced and Edited by Roger Nygard Directed by Timothy B. Johnson Starring Richard Kronfeld and hundreds of other UFO Enthusiasts, including a rather large Joshua contingent.

Website: http://www.Roswell6.com Coming to Video and DVD in October 2000

Did you know that a UFO sighting occurs somewhere on the planet every three minutes? Hundreds of thousands of unexplained sightings have been reported all around the world, many of which were documented or photographed. 4 million Americans believe they have been abducted. 71% of Americans believe the government knows more than it is telling us about UFOs. Millions of people, including US President Jimmy Carter have claimed they've seen UFOs.

SIX DAYS IN ROSWELL is a documentary about the fanatic-like following that has sprung up around the many UFO sightings and the reported extra-terrestrial encounters. But specifically, the film is the story of one man's search for answers.

Richard Kronfeld lives in Minnesota and has dreamed for years of traveling to Roswell, New Mexico to research alien abductions, and maybe even contact an alien intelligence himself. All his friends have moved on and accomplished things in their lives, and Kronfeld sees this trip as a way for him to take action for once in his life. The cameras follow Kronfeld as he makes his pilgrimage to the shrine called Roswell.

Kronfeld and the film crew arrive in Roswell early the morning of July 1, 1997. Kronfeld's adventure begins with the simple task of finding a room. Unfortunately every hotel within a 50 mile radius is booked. Eventually Kronfeld locates a Roswell resident who agrees to rent out his motor home.

With lodging finally secured, Kronfeld sets out to find some answers. He asks people about their alien beliefs, their UFO sightings, their unexplained abductions, and how these things affect their lives. Kronfeld and the filmmakers speak with hundreds of people, including the famous and infamous figures in the UFO world.

ABOUT THE PRODUCTION

Roger Nygard worked with Tim Johnson on TREKKIES, a documentary about the fans of "Star Trek." Nygard was directing TREKKIES in 1996 and needed somebody to shoot simultaneously at a convention he could not attend. Although Johnson had been shooting and producing industrial videos for ten years at Lifetouch Video Creations in Minneapolis, he had never picked up a film camera. Taking a chance, Tim bought a cheap, wind-up, Russian 16mm camera (a Krasnogorsk, costing about $350 new) and shot several rolls. The footage was terrific, and Nygard sent Johnson to cover other "Star Trek" events.

In January of 1997 as Nygard was nearing completion on TREKKIES, Johnson suggested they film the Roswell UFO Encounter, a celebration planned for the 50th Anniversary of the alleged crash of an alien space ship in 1947. Tim discovered the existence of the event through Richard Kronfeld, one of the featured interviewees in TREKKIES, whom Tim had filmed. In addition to being a Trek fan, Kronfeld is an avid UFO enthusiast, and he was planning to make the pilgrimage to Roswell, to the largest UFO convention in history.

Nygard's response to the idea was, "I'm sure there will be a lot of Trekkies in Roswell, but I'll bet that subject could be a whole film in itself." Johnson agreed, and set out to raise the money to finance the shoot. Johnson called all the rich people he knew (a total of three), pitched the idea, and raised just enough of a budget to cover the trip. With seed money in place, Nygard raised enough additional funding to complete the film.

Every film needs a story, and the filmmakers hit on the idea of focusing the documentary on Richard Kronfeld and his trip to Roswell. "We created a back-story for Rich and his character, a character that is just a subdued exaggeration of who Rich really is," says Nygard. "I discovered in TREKKIES that people open up to you if they feel you are one of them." So the filmmakers set out to create a UFO enthusiast character for Rich, to give them a framework within which to draw out the maximum humor from their subject matter.

After the shoot, Nygard began assembling the footage, The story began to take shape in the form of chapters separated chronologically and thematically. To tie it all together, the filmmakers asked Kronfeld to narrate the film with journal passages. The result is the record of one man's hilarious journey in search of the unknown, and a journey in search of himself. ... Read more


13. The Secret KGB UFO Files
Director: Dan Goldman (II)
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4-0 out of 5 stars Great NATO UFO footage
This documentary contains some excellent footage of NATO planes tracking unknowns (cigar shaped object/and saucer w/gondola). The sequence showing a crashed saucer in the Russian woods, is quite convincing. Stanton Freidman gives an excellent and impartial, evaluation of the evidence. Well worth your time and money - a good documentary.

1-0 out of 5 stars Russian Exploitation and Faked UFO Video = Dangerous Conmen
I watched this and I thought - "Wow, What a great documentary about UFOs". The UFO footage of a crashed saucer did look very real and very convincing. Even if it was all a hoax the documentary interviews with Russian scientists is still very good and is a very valuable lesson for us all. However when I learned the truth this production went from being the real thing, to being a Blair Witch Project with some real elements to being very dangerous filmmaking with some questionable exploitation of real people that is borderline criminal.

The filmmakers interviewed REAL Russian scientists but did not tell them that they where making this documentary. Then they re-arranged their interviews and edited them to suite their agenda. The Russian scientists believed that these people where authentic American filmmakers, but these guys where out to cheat, deceive and exploit. They even hired actors to play Russian scientists who did not exist. The books and newspaper clippings in this DVD do not exist either. Then the American filmmakers paid a bunch of local villagers peanuts to dress up as KGB agents for an advertisement they said they where making. That is the KGB UFO footage that headlines this DVD.

The Russian scientists in this DVD are all over the web and have condemned this DVD to the last. It was pure exploitation through and through.

Keep your bucks in your pockets. Don't support this gutter that is a sham in the fields of science, documentary filmmaking and UFOology.

1-0 out of 5 stars phoney, hokey and lame
Some years ago, FOX did good business with "Alien Autopsy" a disinfotainment show masquerading as a documentary. The whole time, the narrator maintained a disingenuous "look, we don't know whether this footage is real or a hoax, you be the judge" posture. Now, SciFi channel has followed suit, and even upped the ante with "Secret KGB UFO Files." I'm not sure whether the producers put out a call for anyone to submit any footage they could come up with, no questions asked, or whether they actually produced in their studios some of the clips we see. They look fishy, they smell fishy, and, well, you get the picture. I expected to see coverage of well-known, documented Soviet cases. Instead, we are shown supposed gun-camera footage that has somehow never appeared anywhere else (exclusive!), and which looks amazingly like cheap, computer-generated special effects of the kind that abound in SciFi channel's original programs. Three examples especially stand out for sheer audacity: one shows a cylindric object outpacing the aircraft it is filmed from, another shows a saucer dipping from high to low altitude through clouds in the distance behind a flying jet (with its shadow looking artfully drawn in for "realism" on one of the clouds), and yet another shows two unidentified objects merging into one. Over the years we have all seen many authentic UFO clips, we know what they look like. The footage in this show has an unmistakably phoney look to it. The only question is whether the producers themselves are the ones who hoaxed it, or whether they were just looking the other way, nudge nudge wink wink. This show seems to be a sad reflection of a contemporary viewing audience that doesn't care whether a documentary is authentic or imitation, and perhaps doesn't have the intelligence to recognize the difference. Isn't it hard enough to sort fact from fiction in a subject like this? Must we have counterfeit documentaries like this now also? Shame on you, SciFi, they should pull your licensing. For the most undiscriminating viewers only.

1-0 out of 5 stars Shocking truths, unethical film making, bad for UFO research
For entertainment value this documentary should get a ten. Full marks! For reality value it now earns a big 0 in more ways than one. This video, purports what it claims to be KGB footage of a crashed UFO. That is probably why you want to watch it right? Well that part of the video is wow! Again, full marks to the makers of this documentary for putting something like this together. I would highly recommend viewing this video, even if the Video was a hoax, but it turns out that there is much more going on that just this and this is what makes the story very sad.

The miserable truth is that much has been exposed since the video's release including what appears to be the exploitation of real people, real doctors and real investigators who thought they where participating in something else other than a KGB UFO video analysis. They had been duped and according to the very quick work of Russian investigator - Boris Shurinov - are quite annoyed at the way they have been treated by what they thought where serious American film makers. The newspapers that appear in this documentary are not Russian nor do they exist. Some of the Russian UFO researchers in this video are not real nor has anyone since located them. The books in the video written by these non-existent 'researchers' do not exist in Russia. Further more there are Russians who worked on the production of an 'American advertisement' which has since turned out to be this very same KGB UFO video. Where Blair Witch and Fargo get off is in the fact that these films starred actors and not real people who where paid to do a job and received the acclaim for their work. However there are real Russian professionals in this video who are totally 'boiling' at being abused for profit in this manner. It all goes to show the actual mind set of the documentary film makers who thought that if they did this video in Russia staring real Russians that no one would notice a thing. In my opinion this is why this documentary should be treated as a work of extreme prejudice. If you like exploitation material like 'Bum Fight', 'Jerry Springer' or 'Cannibal Holocaust' then this video is for you. If are interested in UFO footage then go elsewhere. There are plenty of other videos on the UFO phenomena that you will enjoy much more and are done by better film makers with much much higher ethical film making standards.

Roger Moore should have more sense than to present these film maker's garbage.

1-0 out of 5 stars Don't Believe the Hype
Sorry to burst your collective bubbles, but the "real" footage contained herein is in NO WAY real. The ugly truth is simply this: the producers of this program hired a small crew (including one of the assistant editors) who shot all of the Russian footage segements, and the autopsy. It's all fake, shot in The Valley, and I personally know two people who were involved in the charade. Even worse, much of the other footage in this "documentary" was not licensed from its owners, and is thus STOLEN. The worst, absolutely, the worst kind of garbage. Just because this was shown on television doesn't make it real. ... Read more


14. The Occult History of the Third Reich: The SS Blood and Soil
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5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent series on an obscure topic
Nazi Germany had many influences. The influence of the occult on the formation of the Third Reich has occasionally been greatly overstated. But it did exist, and this series is as good an examination of this rather esoteric topic as I've ever seen, certainly far better than the History Channel's recent effort.

The presentation is rather dry, and the video footage can be somewhat repetitive. But if you're interested in early 20th-century European occultism and its contribution, however slight, to the rise of Nazi Germany, this is as good a source of information as there is, apart from Nicholas Goodrick-Clarke's book The Occult Roots of Nazism.

5-0 out of 5 stars A good starting place, or maybe all you need?
Well here we are introduces to a different view of the Third Reich. Why haven't we seen this before? Evidently this aspect of Nazis was not as interesting as weapons or fascist ideology. However I have seen this film several times on history channels and even on public television. And it does bring up new questions as to how it all started?

Well some would say they knew all about it and that, and this film is just a glossy version with stock footage. OK, find me a film on the subject that is not glossy and uses unique footage. If you really have more than a passing interest then it is book time, such as "The Occult Roots of Nazism" ISBN: 0814730604. For the most part this film covers more than the general public is interested in.

3-0 out of 5 stars Absurdity abounds
Hitler and the occult... a nonexistent collaboration (...) Consult Hitler's own words, where he slammed the occult as "Jewish and Bolshevik."

This is a difficult video to review because its premise is flawed from the get go: there is no occult associated with Hitler and there never was. The people chosen to be interviewed in this unintentionally amusing documentary are (...) of the first order. None are respected, noted or competent historians, they are pop writers who believe in errant nonsense. What types of nonsense, you ask? I shall tell you: they believe that when Hitler was a young man living in Vienna, he stumbled upon a spear located in a local museum. The spear infused the young artist with mythical and evil "powers." Yeah, right... and I was abucted yesterday by Martians and taken to outer space.

Only the most gullible [viewer] could believe anything in this childish video. Errors of the most fundamental nature abound: Hitler did not emigrate to Munich in 1912, but in 1913; Dietrich Eckart did not die in 1945, Hitler did not meet Eva Braun in 1933... the list is endless. As a laugh this might be useful, as history it is unreliable and puerile in the extreme.

3-0 out of 5 stars Ran a bit thin.
I believe the ppl who were responsible for putting this last DVD in the 3 part series ran out of matieral since they basically spend the most of it restating the Occult roots of Nazism thats in the first two DVDs. Beyond that there is good info on the formation of the SS and its purpose to provide a stream of pure white aryan blood, but most of whats here u can find in a better source.

1-0 out of 5 stars Disappointing
This set borrows heavily from TRIUMPH OF THE WILL and from the Wolper Documentary RISE AND FALL OF THE THIRD REICH, using washed-our film resources. The set is made up of three discs which purport to concentrate on Adolph Hitler, the SS, and the swastica, but they instead overlap each other, using padded and unrelated material, concentrating heavily on the holocaust and using stock footage from television. Overall, very disappointing quality. ... Read more


15. Exploring the Supernatural:Vampires
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Vampires:Both the folklore and the history of vampires are explored in this fairly erudite documentary.I was surprised by the seriousness of the piece.It even covers many of the obscure works of fiction on the subject, as well as historical accounts of vampirism and infamous figures who contributed to the myths, such as mass-murderer Gilles de Rais and, of course, Vlad Tepes, the original inspiration for Stoker's Dracula.You might be surprised to find out that many people believe vampires exist today.According to the Vampire Research Society of New York, there are 1,215 real vampires in today's world, most of them centered around Los Angeles.Working as extras or studio execs, no doubt.

Nostradamus:The life of the famous 16th-century prognosticator is detailed in this serious documentary.Although the presentation is a bit dry, the material is scholarly.I wish they hadn't felt compelled to dramatize so much, because they couldn't find anything better for their actors to do than recite quatrains or passages from his biography.It wouldhave been better to concentrate on deciphering Nostradamus's obscure poetry; there's enough material there for many documentaries. --Jim Gay ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Supernatural
This movie is exeptiona it gets into detail of not only the myth but the history of vampires and details of nostradamus you rarlly ever see in a show you will enjoy this very, very much I recomend this to everybody, very detailed. ... Read more


16. Was Pearl Harbor Preventable/R
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4-0 out of 5 stars The best and the worst of the whole series
I consider the features on Pearl Harbor and the race to build the atomic bomb the two best features included in this set of fascinating presentations.Each feature provides a very good background of events relating to the subject in question, there is some pretty good footage of major events and people, and questions are posed in a constructive, non-sensationalized manner.The emotions the day of infamy still flames in the hearts of Americans make this a rather touchy subject, especially when you are asking hard questions as to who knew what and when.For such a small allotment of time, this documentary did an outstanding job of providing a timeline of intelligence information in the days and hours before the Japanese attack.It points out the fact that the US and Britain were decoding Japanese diplomatic messages long before Pearl Harbor, while the British were intercepting and decoding Japanese naval messages as early as 1939 (without bothering to share this information with the US).Hours before the attack, FDR had in his hands a decoded diplomatic message detailing Japan’s upcoming ultimatum to the US; he knew war was imminent but did not know where the enemy would attack.The full extent of FDR’s knowledge is still suspect in my mind but it seems proper that this video would not resort to unfounded speculation.What is not a matter of speculation, and the video argues the case for this quite well, is that Winston Churchill knew about the upcoming attack and purposely kept the information secret from the Americans he so desperately wanted to bring in to the Allied war effort.Turning that information over to the Americans, the video suggests, would have hurt the flagging British war effort in the Far East by revealing the fact that Japanese naval codes had long been decoded and would quite likely have delayed American entrance into the war.The documentary does not state for a fact that Churchill let the attack on Pearl Harbor catch America completely by surprise, but it does present compelling arguments for making such a case.The one thing the presentation does not delve into are the clues overlooked or inanely dismissed by the military commanders at Pearl Harbor in the pre-dawn hours of that fateful morning.While Short and Kimmel were clearly made scapegoats for the embarrassing disaster, several factors betraying the local military leadership’s deficiencies and limited culpability do not make it into the story.Just the fact that all of the US planes and naval vessels were bunched up together guaranteed that Pearl Harbor was a sitting duck.

The feature on the race to build an atomic bomb is naturally less controversial, but I definitely found it interesting.Evidence and speculation about the German efforts to build the first atomic bomb are rarely presented in documentaries of World War II, so I was intrigued to learn more about the limited results of the German nuclear program and speculation as to the V2 possibly being designed for delivering radioactive warheads to Britain and eventually the eastern coast of the US from special locations in northern France.All of the facts as to magnitude of force, cost, and horrifying damage are covered here, and you get some good documentary footage of both American and Japanese activities in 1945.It is incredible to realize that at least 125,000 people worked on the Manhattan Project to some capacity, yet only the Soviets learned anything about it whatsoever (which they learned from a mole inside the Project itself).The history alone that is covered in these two presentations makes it worthwhile, but the fair and balanced way in which it handles the sensitive Pearl Harbor blame game debate makes it stand out among all of its companion volumes in this valuable collection devoted to twentieth century myths and mysteries.

In contrast to the well-made Pearl Harbor and Atomic Bomb presentations, the segments on ghosts and mysterious Madonnas do not really have a lot to offer.Rather than give any detailed analysis about any haunting in particular, the producers seem to jump rather randomly from one ghostly account to the next.It actually starts out referring to historic ghosts reputed to dwell in some of the castles of Britain and France; the Tower of London features prominently here.It cites questionable cases such as the goings-on at Borley Rectory in Essex and the well-known vision of a 17th century courtly audience by two older ladies in Versailles a century ago.When it finally makes its way to Twentieth Century Ghosts, which is the title of the feature after all, it gives us a hop, skip, and a jump between World War I battlefield apparitions (one of which is a myth arising from one of Arthur Machen’s short stories), a haunted submarine, reported airliner ghosts, the quintessential phantom hitchhiker, and Alcatraz.The feature on Mysterious Madonnas is even less interesting, I feel.It first covers several reports of weeping icons and statues of the Virgin Mary followed by a mundane image of a Madonna-like reflection on a tall building.One interesting segment addresses rather recent accounts of several Hindu religious icons seemingly drinking up to liters of milk offered in daily devotion.The feature closes with a look at the controversial Shroud of Turin, offering theories as to how it might have been created in the 14th century and seemingly accepting the more than reasonable scientific proof that it is not from the time of Christ.Frankly, I was rather amazed to find no mention of Fatima or other reported apparitions of the Virgin Mary; when I think of mysterious Madonnas, I think almost exclusively of Fatima.Do not let an interest in sightings of the Virgin compel you to buy this tape because you will hear nothing about the subject.Seemingly unable to decide whether it wants to support or argue against the subject matter addressed in both features, this segment is not particularly worth watching.

1-0 out of 5 stars horrible
my friend got this and this DVD is a total joke!dont waste your money or time on it!! ... Read more


17. The Occult History of the Third Reich: Adolf Hitler
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4-0 out of 5 stars Small Hitler Biography
This DVD contains a small biography of Hitler's adolescent to adult life, his army service and his place in the Nazi ideology as a Messiah for the Germanic Occult belief of the Strong Von Oben (Strong One From Above). It also contains info on some of the atrocities Hitler's Chancellory ordered and kept secret. For the price its worth it. ... Read more


18. UFO-They Are Here/Missing Time
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4-0 out of 5 stars Overall Good Documentary for the Money
As a paranormal investigator, I'm always searching for new DVDs and videos concerning my chosen area of expertise. This can sometimes be difficult, I mean, the History Channel isn't pumping out UFO documentaries like they are WWII films.

When I come upon a DVD so cheap, I'm usually cautious, but I decided to buy two copies (one for a friend) and I'm happy I did because it's a really interesting program. Joey Travolta makes a good host, and the stories are familiar, but not hackneyed.

I would reccomend this DVD to anyone interested in UFOs and alien abductions.

5-0 out of 5 stars Best evidence yet
I feel that the evidence presented here in perfect dvd video not only proves but exposes those aliens for what they are evil plotting bastards. The compassionate pleas from the woman who was raped by the aliens was very moving. Also Joey Travolta was riveting. Bravo five stars most definitely.

1-0 out of 5 stars Fling the DVD in the air for real 'UFO' action !
This is probably the worst of the 'serious' pseudo-documentary UFO inquiries out there. They typically pose the assumptive question: "what do they want?" or "why are they here?" rather than pursue the more obvious "how can we prove they are really here?" because that's way more difficult...oh, I'm sorry...impossible. Because by definition, if you can prove that they're here, you know how they got here, and if you can do that, you've identified their mode of transportation, and if you can do that...they're no longer Unidentified Flying Objects, right? But the makers of this trash disk only hint that they might know, and cite questionable evidence that only true, non-scientific minds would accept. I guess I have a problem with minds that explain an unexplainable phenomenon away with something that can't be identified...i.e. unidentified, mysterious flying objects...are UFO's. Duh.

Pass on this one, it's a waste.

1-0 out of 5 stars Rehash of early "contactee" claims; a waste of money.
Even at this bargain-basement price, this is a rip-off. A hodge-podge of long discredited contactee claims (Adamski, Stecker, et al) with some UFO footage thrown in. Technical quality even poorer than the content. Buy a book instead. ... Read more


19. Exploring the Supernatural
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The three discs in this boxed set cover quite a bit of territory. Volume 1 does a great job on UFOs, especially on Roswell and alien-human hybrids, but falls woefully short in the ghost-stories segment.Volume 2 thoroughly explores vampires and Nostradamus, although the style is somewhat dry.And Volume 3 purports to be about miracles and mysteries, though it shortchanges us in both categories, especially in the mystery department in which they present only one kinda crappy mystery about Whitley Strieber.Also, this one mysteriously ends 30 minutes too soon.The sound and visual quality of the first and third discs is uniformly bad. And the second one is just fine in both areas, for some reason.In many ways, this set is a grab bag of supernatural explorations rather than a consistently produced product.They've mixed and matched from several sources to put this together, with predictable results.Some terrific stuff, and some duds. The UFO and vampires pieces are particularly engrossing. --Jim Gay ... Read more

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3-0 out of 5 stars Eh.
All in all, it's interesting enough if you're a fan of the supernatural, and it's the right price... however, the picture quality isn't that great (I didn't expect it to be pristine, so this wasn't a major problem for me) and the sound leaves something to be desired. There *are* some decent stories here, and the UFO section is rather interesting, but if you don't have more than a passing interest in the occult, I'd pass on this one. ... Read more


20. Crop Circles and Signs
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3-0 out of 5 stars Way too short on total running time.
It says approx. 90 minutes on the cover but the total time is only 42 minutes. I felt cheated. I want half of my money back. I'm not going to buy any more DVD from Multimedia 2000.
Oh, about the video? Fascinating footages. Can't get enough of them. ... Read more


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