Tuesday, September 1, 2009

Georges Melies: The First Man on the Moon!

Today in 1902...107 years ago, Georges Melies released "A Trip to the Moon". Written and directed by Melies, it is considered the very first science fiction film.


It is loosely (I repeat loosely...film narrative was still very much in it's infancy) based on both Jules Verne's "From the Earth to the Moon" and H.G. Wells' "First Men in the Moon"...and it's pretty cool!

George Melies is considered, not just the first science fiction film director, but also the grandfather of special effects.

Do yourself a favor and check it out.



I'm not one of those retards that thinks the 1969 moon landing was a hoax...but I do think that maybe Neil and Buzz did some concealing...I think that THIS is what it's really like!

Now THAT would be BITCHIN'!

3 comments:

Marco said...

No No No No NO!

They weren't on the moon.

The footage you see is doctored. On July 20, 1969 Edwin Aldrin and Neil Armstrong actually landed on the grassy knoll but had to abort because Bigfoot was instructed ahead of time by the Tri-Lateral Commission to attack them with an Italian made rifle as soon as they touched down.

During the abort, the Illuminati used the New World Order to have the Baklavalaians who were holding Prescott Bush's gold (to finance the Vast Right-Wing Conspiracy of the late 90's) on the far side of the moon to hide their actions until 2013. No one will care then, the earth will have already been destroyed a year earlier, due to the fact there is no birth certificate.

*Anyone* wearing their tinfoil hat that day, knows this!

While Aldrin and Armstrong barely made it out alive, they later successfully faked the moon landing... in Atlantis.

Jeff Overturf said...

Pull your hat down tighter Marco, your crazy's leaking out all over the floor.

:)

Marco said...

Sure you think I'm crazy, but when the TRUTH comes out you'll all be sorry!

And just send me the cleaning bill for the leak on the floor...

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