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AlmostKilled.com Surpasses 800 Video Mark
New video web site offering extreme video web sites celebrates 1 year anniversary by surpassing the 800 video mark. - AMS Press, February 19, 2007New BubblePLY.com Website Allows Users to Add Creative Layers on Top of Online Video
BubblePLY.com allows users to add their own personal creative input on top of online video, much like a "user-generated pop-up video". Users' thoughts, comments, links and other creative content can be added to a video and immediately shared with others to view. - bubbleply, January 29, 2007VM-Productions' "Shades Of Day" Selected For Rutgers University Cinema Studies
VM-Productions movie Shades of Day is selected by Rutgers University for their Cinema Studies together with the big movie classics. The students list their interesting impressions of the movie on VM-Productions web site.
Did a town in Colorado become so vulnerable to alien attack that President Eisenhower prepared for war? It did according to "The Top Secret UFO Project," filmmaker R. J. Thomas' parody of UFO documentaries. - Temple Productions, January 08, 2007Mexican Mayans Descendants Make Debut in Apocalypto
Hollywood Geared up to Release Film on Mayan Civilization
Heavenly Wood offers equipment for the growing number of congregations who are holding Sunday services at the local cinema instead of the local church. - Heavenly Wood, December 05, 2006Roger Patterson Bigfoot Film Target for UFO Parody
Roger Patterson, a legendary Bigfoot hunter, shot footage of a mysterious creature in the woods of California in 1967. The 53-second film has been a truth-or-hoax controversy ever since, and is the subject of parody in "The Top Secret UFO Project," filmmaker R. J. Thomas' spoof of UFO documentaries. - Temple Productions, November 28, 2006UFO Movie Hoax Causes Confusion
Is it a real UFO story or a fake one? People are debating over "The Top Secret UFO Project," filmmaker R. J. Thomas' study of a 1956 UFO incident.
George W. Bush, like Jimmy Carter before him, promised, if elected president of the United States, that he would make UFO information available to the public. But, alas, as with the Carter Administration, this just didn't happen. One of the UFO incidents that the government continues to cover up is the so-called 1956 Jasper Incident, the subject of "The Top Secret UFO Project," filmmaker R. J. Thomas' parody of UFO documentaries. - Temple Productions, November 10, 2006The Man to Watch: Gary Sturgis to Co-Star in Back to Back Lion's Gate Films
Resident bad boy, Gary Sturgis (DIARY OF A MAD BLACK WOMAN) to co-star in Tyler Perry's Daddy's Little Girls, opposite Idris Elba (THE WIRE, THE GOSPEL) and Pride, opposite Terrence Howard (HUSTLE & FLOW, CRASH)
"The Roswell Crash: Startling New Evidence," the Sci-Fi Channel's UFO documentary, tried to find some new answers to the legendary 1947 mystery. It has also inspired a parody, "The Top Secret UFO Project," filmmaker R. J. Thomas' spoof of UFO documentaries. - Temple Productions, October 24, 2006Did the Clinton Administration Uncover Any UFO Mysteries?
For decades, the government has been accused of covering up the existence of UFOs, especially when it comes to offering firm explanations for the so-called spaceship crash near Roswell, New Mexico in 1947. But the Clinton Administration did their best to get to the bottom of it. And one of the UFO incidents that was buried in the vaults is the subject of "The Top Secret UFO Project," filmmaker R. J. Thomas' spoof of UFO documentaries. - Temple Productions, October 21, 2006
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