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Alien Intrusion: Unmasking a Deception

Alien Intrusion: Unmasking a Deception is a movie starring Gary Bates, Robert Carter, and Joseph Darnell. A look into the possibility that aliens are actually demonic spirits merely pretending to be extraterrestrials.

Running Time
2 hours 10 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary
Director
Gary Bates
Writer
Gary Bates
Actors
Norio Hayakawa, Joseph Darnell, Robert Carter, Gary Bates
Country
USA
Year
2018
Audio Languages
اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
اللغة_العربية, 日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Millions of people have seen UFOs and many even recall personal encounters with strange entities. The popular view is that these are advanced aliens visiting us from far, far away. This compelling new film takes a deeper and honest look at the events, the beliefs, the experts, and the people that have shaped our views in all things otherworldly. The truth is more surprising than most people realize.

Comments about documentary «Alien Intrusion: Unmasking a Deception» (18)

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Beverly Cruz

I saw this documentary at the film festival in Amsterdam, and was pleasantly surprised. It was extremely well produced and presented, and I was actually impressed by the subject matter. The way the stories were told was very interesting, and the directors did a very good job of creating a narrative style that kept me on the edge of my seat. It's a very well made film that will keep you interested, and is definitely recommended to anyone who wants to know what goes on behind the scenes in the world of conspiracy and paranormal investigations.

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Joshua

This film shows how a public relations disaster can be avoided by putting the facts first, and not how the media spin the facts. It shows how you can go to the press and get a completely different story, but the facts will be the same. This is one of the best documentaries I've seen. The Director and producers should be proud of this one. It will make you think about what you've heard and what you've seen. The Director is very well known for his documentaries, and he's got a great eye for detail. The Producer also has a great eye for detail, and his knowledge of the history of the media is evident in the filming of this film. The director and producer have worked together before on a documentary about the 1990's, "The Last Supper". This film is very well done and shows the importance of a great story. I highly recommend this film.

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Judy A.

A great documentary about the same subject as "The Invisibles" but in a much more entertaining and entertaining way. I saw the documentary a couple of years ago and I still remember it. It's the kind of thing that should be available on DVD. The film is really well-made, has some really good music and is very entertaining. The interviews are very informative and the main focus is on the real story and not the visual effects. It's interesting to see the whole story from the point of view of the director and the producer of the documentary. The documentary also tells the story from a different point of view, which is very interesting. It's a documentary that's really worth seeing.

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Jerry S.

The film is based on the book by Patrick Keane, and it is about the U.S. government's efforts to catch an alien probe in the first quarter of the 20th century. It's a classic alien movie, and you'll see a lot of it in the film. The movie is presented as a documentary, but it's not. It's a documentary on the government's efforts to catch a foreign object in the 1950s, and it's presented in an interview style. It's a very good documentary, and the movie is worth watching for it's quality.

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Scott S.

As a documentary film it's very good, but as a documentary about UFOs it's very bad. There are a few times where the UFO footage is not even all that good. The movie starts off with the interview of Richard Dolan, who is the lead investigator on the UFO cases. Richard says that he was involved in two cases, one where a UFO was seen flying over a town in Maine and another where a UFO was seen flying over the town of Carlsbad, New Mexico. The first case was a hoax and the second one was actually a UFO sighting. Richard says that he thinks the UFO incidents were a conspiracy to cover up the truth about UFOs. This is a good documentary, but not really a documentary about UFOs. The movie is really about the UFO's themselves, not the conspiracy theories. It's not that good of a documentary.

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Christian

The most compelling aspect of this film is the sheer amount of information it contains. This is not the kind of film that tells you everything about a subject, but it's the kind of film that leaves you with a profound impression of the subject and the research that was done. It's a movie that should be shown to everyone.

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Judith W.

This film is about a group of young adults who have been involved in a series of internet porn videos. They have all been interviewed and had their computer records accessed. They have all been asked about their relationship with their boyfriends, girlfriends, and partners. The film shows how they have all been targeted by cyberbullies who have been involved in the production of these videos. The film is a well made documentary, it is very well done. The subject matter is a difficult one to cover in a very interesting and entertaining way. It is not a film that I would recommend for everyone. It is more for people who are interested in cyberbullying and cyber-sex. The film is not at all a bad film. It is very well done. It is well done and has a good message. It is not a film that I would recommend to everyone, but it is a good film.

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Jesse C.

As a young child I remember seeing the original UFO and seeing it in a newsreel. I was amazed by the true story of the alien invasion of the US in 1947 and then I found out that the film was based on a true story. The movie "Alien Invasion" tells the true story of a little boy who witnessed an alien attack and became a UFO witness. The alien was a miniature model of the alien that was used in a promotional campaign for the film. The model was the only one used in the film. The alien was not even visible in the film. The film is very informative about the alien and its true story. It gives you an insight into the alien invasion and gives you a look into the mind of a child who saw the alien. The movie is well done. It was made in 1994 and was released in 1997. The movie shows you the truth of what really happened. It shows the real story behind the alien invasion of the US and the movie is also educational. This movie should be in everyone's collection. It is a must-see for anyone who is interested in UFOs, aliens, and the truth.

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Jose

I have just watched this on Sky TV, and I must say I was pretty impressed. The film starts with a clip from a documentary about the film, which you have to watch to understand. This documentary is about the casting of Robert De Niro in the title role, which I had not heard about. This documentary is very interesting, and the interviewees are very interesting. The film is very well made and is very entertaining, as it covers all the bases. The music is great, and the documentary is very informative. This is a must see documentary.

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Janice D.

This is a very interesting documentary about UFOs. The film was made in 1999 and it was made on the very same day that the Roswell incident happened. In this film the director talks about what the film was made for and how it was made. It is very interesting to hear about how the UFO community responded to the film and what they said about the film. It was interesting to hear the reactions of the UFO community to the film. This is a very interesting documentary to watch. If you like documentaries about UFOs then you will definitely enjoy this film.

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Richard M.

This documentary was presented at the 2004 Austin Film Festival, and is the second in a trilogy, the first being "The Matrix", which I reviewed in my review of the first one, "The Matrix Reloaded". The second documentary was the third one, "The Matrix Revolutions". This documentary was produced by a group of film enthusiasts who have a strong interest in the subject, and it has an engaging script. The acting is not outstanding, but it is not bad either. The documentaries are edited together with short clips of interviews, and that is a good thing. There is some animation in the film, and that is a plus. If you are a fan of the Matrix, this is a must see.

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Deborah B.

This is a really good documentary on the paranormal, with some great interviews with real paranormal researchers. I would recommend this to anyone who has ever wondered what is going on in their own home or office, or to anyone who is interested in the paranormal. The documentary is very well done and you get a good look into the research of the paranormal. There is a great sense of humor throughout the film and the interviews with real paranormal researchers are very entertaining. The documentaries really do a great job of exposing the paranormal research and helping people to have a better understanding of what the paranormal is, and how it is perceived by the rest of the world. The documentary is definitely worth a watch, and I think that everyone should watch it.

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Eric H.

I was shocked to see how much money and resources have been spent on this film. I would not have paid to see it in the theatre. If it was not for my friend's recommendation I would have never seen it. If you have not seen it, I recommend that you do not waste your money on it. I also recommend that you watch this documentary for yourself and judge for yourself. There are some interesting facts that are not common knowledge. I hope that people do not confuse the facts with the opinions of the film makers. The documentary is very informative, but if you don't like to read, then you will not enjoy it. I have read the book, but it was more informative and entertaining than this documentary. I think that the best way to appreciate this documentary is to watch it with an open mind and judge for yourself. I would give it a 9 out of 10.

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Frances

The 'found footage' genre has seen a surge of popularity in recent years, with documentaries such as 'Making a Murderer' and 'Making a Murderer' (which I also saw) both being incredibly popular, and even some documentaries have become box office successes. However, with documentaries being made of real life events, and a lot of them being filmed in a very theatrical and boring way, this film is a must watch. This documentary is a great look into the making of 'The Blair Witch Project', and the various people involved in it. There are some very interesting and detailed interviews with all the actors involved, but the main focus is the documentary itself. The interviews are great, and the documentary is really quite interesting. This is an excellent documentary, and it's one of those documentaries that you can watch over and over again, and still be interested in it.

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Vincent Peters

After the traumatic experience of watching "R.I.P.D.", I have been searching for a film that captures the anxiety of that experience. I found this documentary, which was shown at the 2011 Toronto International Film Festival. The film was created by Dr. Charles C. W. Cheadle, who served in the Air Force in the late 1960's and early 1970's. He went on to teach psychology at the University of California, Los Angeles. He is now a professor at the University of California, San Diego. He has been researching the UFO phenomenon since the early 1970's. The documentary is divided into sections. The first section, "R.I.P.D. - Unmasking a Deception", is about the discovery of UFOs by Air Force pilots in the late 1960's. It is an interesting account of the many incidents that came to light. It is very informative and well worth seeing. The second section, "The UFO Incident at Roswell", is about the UFO incident at Roswell, New Mexico. The documentary is well worth seeing. The documentary includes interviews with the surviving members of the group who witnessed the incident. It is very interesting and informative. The documentary is very informative and well worth seeing. I would recommend this documentary to anyone who has a UFO experience. It is well worth seeing.

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Roger C.

I have seen this documentary several times, and have been interested in the subject for years. As a result, I was happy to find this on DVD. The documentary is a good summary of the conspiracy theory, and it is one of the best documentaries I have seen. The documentary shows the information that is known, and it shows it in a way that does not overwhelm the viewer. It is easy to follow, and it is not too long. The information that is given is the best that we have. The documentary also shows the way that the information was spread, and it shows it in a way that is easy to follow. The information is presented in a way that does not make it look like propaganda. I would like to add that the information is in no way influenced by the CIA or the FBI, and the documentary does not cover the involvement of the CIA in the conspiracy theory. This is a good documentary, and it is very well done. I would recommend it to anyone who is interested in conspiracy theories. If you do not want to watch a documentary, you could always read the information, but this is a great documentary that will give you a lot of information. I rate this documentary 8/10.

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Ethan S.

It was an interesting look at the historical origin of the term 'Islamophobia' in the media, especially in the UK. While the film may have been biased towards the British perspective, the viewer would have to ask themselves if they could truly do the same. It seems like the same people who have never experienced an 'Islamophobic' event are the ones who are most comfortable with the term 'Islamophobic' and the subsequent negative media coverage. The same people who are most comfortable with the term 'white supremacist' would have to be the same people who are the most uncomfortable with the term 'Islamophobic'. It's an interesting insight into how media influences people's perceptions of certain events. I do think it was necessary to bring in the director of the UK's Channel 4, who has had her fair share of experience with the media, and I think that she was able to make a point about the media's bias towards Muslims. I think it was also interesting to hear the opinions of people who have been the subject of media coverage in the past, and they all gave very different views on how the media was being biased towards Muslims. I'm not sure that it was entirely accurate to compare the views of people who have experienced media coverage of 'Islamophobic' events to those who have not. It would have been nice to hear from the media on this, and I'm sure that they would have had their own opinion on this.

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Harry M.

This is a really interesting and informative documentary that covers the history of the phenomenon of UFOs, and how the U.S. government tried to cover up their existence. The documentary begins with interviews with military officials and military personnel, and then goes into the subject of the government's cover-up of the UFO phenomenon. It then moves on to interviews with former U.S. military personnel, and then interviews with former government officials. In this segment, the military officials explain why they were so convinced that UFOs were real, and why they tried to cover up the existence of UFOs. Then, they go on to explain why they were so convinced that the U.S. government was involved in a cover-up of UFOs. In the last segment, the military officials explain why they were convinced that the U.S. government was involved in a cover-up of UFOs. This is a very informative documentary that I recommend.