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The Life After Death Project (2013)

Not Rated | | Documentary | TV Movie 15 May 2013
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A fascinating quest for proof of life after death -- a true-life enigma that begins with one small, odd incident and mushrooms into a huge scientific inquiry into apparent messages from the 'Other Side.'


Paul Davids


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Credited cast:
Richard Matheson ... Himself
Whitley Strieber Whitley Strieber ... Himself
Dannion Brinkley Dannion Brinkley ... Himself
Michael Shermer Michael Shermer ... Himself
Gary E. Schwartz Gary E. Schwartz ... Himself
Forrest J. Ackerman ... Himself
Catherine Yunt Catherine Yunt ... Herself
Mark Macy Mark Macy ... Himself
Juanita Sena-Shannon Juanita Sena-Shannon
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Ian Johnston Ian Johnston ... (Himself)
Lynne Kitei Lynne Kitei
Carl Langspecht Carl Langspecht ... Himself
Michael MacDonald Michael MacDonald ... Himself


A quest for proof of life after death. Four New York Times best-selling authors, three top science professors and three well-respected mediums make a leap into the unknown, investigating astonishing evidence in the case of apparent "After Death Communication" (ADC) from Sci-Fi luminary Forrest J Ackerman. We journey from spiritualists to skeptics, and from chem labs to ground-breaking computer software that may enable communication between the living and the deceased. Written by Paul Davids

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15 May 2013 (USA) See more »

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Los Angeles, California, USA See more »

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Yellow Hat Productions See more »
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1.78 : 1
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Educational, Enlightening and Heartwarming
8 August 2013 | by robertegbyauthorSee all my reviews

Scientists, academics, skeptics have long cried out to metaphysical people, "Show us contact with spirits in the afterlife that can be repeated." Paul Davids "The Life After Death Project" shows it being performed in a university laboratory—and it is repeated. It blows away all those so-called ghost-busting hunts around haunted prisons, hotels and castles that never seem to come up with any full blown evidence on film. The Life After Death Project should tickle the heart of movie-goers, skeptics and ardent believers alike. When he was alive Forrest J. Ackerman became a legend for his Famous Monsters magazine that followed luminaries such as Boris Karloff, Bela Lugosi, George Pal and that host of space movies such as The Day the Earth Stood Still, War of the Worlds, etc. Ackerman, a constant wit coined the phrase "Sci-Fi" and became known as "Mister Sci-fi." An artist once did a portrait of him with a clock behind that showed three minutes to twelve. That's the exact time Ackerman died on December 4th 2008. If Ackerman became a Hollywood legend in his physical life he is sure starting to create legendary status as an active spirit. A self- proclaimed non-believer in the afterlife his spirit comes back with a light hearted and provable vengeance. When Paul Davids started the Project four years ago extraordinary events started happening while the camera was recording. A clock that had not worked for ten years sounded the hour. In a professional science lab a computer mysteriously switches itself on. A line on a business document is deliberately inked out in exactly the precise style used by Ackerman. A College of New Jersey specialist in forensic ink analysis says the ink is a mystery substance. While Davids was filming an internationally known researcher in electronic spirit communication with two independently operated cameras, both suddenly recorded severe electronic interference. The film rolls like an intriguing well-plotted detective story in fact the last thirty minutes is a "must see" for any believer or non-believer in the afterlife. At the University of Arizona during a scientifically controlled experiment Spirit not only answers simple questions but the experiment is repeated again and again. The Life After Death Project movie is fast moving, well edited with great photography and clear irrefutable evidence that life exists after death. There is a second movie in the DVD package called "Personal Encounters" This is a collection by Davids of fascinating interviews with many people from all walks of life who have experienced life after death firsthand. Surely a valuable documentary both for students of the Afterlife and Paranormal and also those doubters who need re-affirming that some form of active life exists after their final moments on Earth. It's educational, enlightening and heartwarming.

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