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Angel, Alien and UFO Encounters from Another Dimension (2012)

Not Rated | | Documentary | 1 January 2012 (USA)
Angel, Alien and UFO Encounters from Another Dimension The universe is so complex that even the greatest scientific minds on earth ultimately acknowledge that we do not understand the ... See full summary »


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Credited cast:
Ken Klein Ken Klein ... Self - Host
Allison Kruse Allison Kruse ... Self
Emily Kruse Emily Kruse ... Self
Michaeline Picaro Michaeline Picaro ... Self (as Mikelene Picaro)
Lou Picaro Lou Picaro ... Self
Jeff Woolwine Jeff Woolwine ... Self
George Huber George Huber ... Self
Steve Fenster Steve Fenster ... Self
J. Evan Bradbury J. Evan Bradbury ... Self (as Evan Bradberry)
Dan Page Dan Page ... Self
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Ronald Reagan ... Self (archive footage)
Evan Short Evan Short
Steve Stevenson Steve Stevenson


Angel, Alien and UFO Encounters from Another Dimension The universe is so complex that even the greatest scientific minds on earth ultimately acknowledge that we do not understand the forces and true nature of the cosmos, let alone our place within it. Now for the first time, the un-seeable and unbelievable has been caught on video by multiple individuals who have not only captured mind bending video of Entities, UFOs and Angels, but have been profoundly affected by their experiences. Confronted by the unknown, they all share a deep and unwavering need to know and understand the phenomenon they are experiencing. These individuals did not seek recognition or compensation, they are driven by the questions: "Who are we? What is real?" The sky is alive and has been for millennia with non-human activity, much of which is not visible to the naked eye. See concrete evidence with real video from beyond human perception and discover a realm of fallen angels and otherworldly visitors in a ... Written by Reality Entertainment

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8 February 2013 | by conkeestadorSee all my reviews

The movie, as stated by an earlier reviewer, starts out like a badly produced infomercial. There is a guy, our narrator, who rambles on incoherently for a while about other dimensional beings and then he starts interviewing a guy that lives in New Orleans who has uncovered a dimension unseeable to the human eye. He explains that only when viewed through video do beings from this other dimension become recognizable. We are then treated to some of his video work - shots of cranes, helicopters, random lights, and other normal everyday things. All the while, I'm waiting for something 'other worldly' to appear, but it's just more and more video of the mundane with the narrator going on about all of this being proof that angels and aliens and whatnot walk the earth side by side with us.

First of all, I wasn't expecting much - just something to run in the background while I did other things. What I got was mind-boggling and stunningly bad in every way imagineable. Logic? Screw that. I couldn't believe what I was seeing, not the videos of cranes and helicopters and streetlights and other things seen everyday, but that someone could actually, with a straight face, make a movie about these things being manifestations of other-worldly entities or angels. I mean seriously, light shining through tree branches is proof that angels walk the earth? Admittedly, I didn't make it much past that, I was afraid my wife or kid would walk in and catch me watching it - it is that bad.

I agree with the other reviewer in that this is a good example of how anyone can be a filmmaker, even obviously insane people. If you must see it catch it on Netlix or Youtube, don't spend any money on it, you will without doubt regret it!

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