The Midnight Sun

When I was growing up I read a lot of science fiction.

Mostly authors like Isaac Asimov, Jules Verne, Ray Bradbury, etc. I was also a latch key kid which meant I watched a lot of T.V. and one of the series that had a profound impact on me was the classic old black and white Twilight Zone hosted by Rod Serling made between 1959 and 1964.

The scripts for these episodes were ground breaking for their time in terms of their unique subject matter and avant garde brand of social commentary.

You must remember these episodes were written during the heyday of both Space Exploration and Cold War Paranoia.

So, I thought with all the Solar Activity News as of late it might be fun to re-visit one of the Top 10 best episodes of the Twilight Zone in my opinion, The Midnight Sun.

You can watch The Midnight Sun HERE for free.

Throwback Movie Saturday: Ladyhawke

With the current state of movies being complete and utter SHITE I thought I would start a new thing where each Saturday we go back in time and watch a older movie together without having to worry about tranny’s, inter-racial or gay sex, multiculturalism, anti-white rhetoric, or any other type of socially degrading woke liberal politics shoved down our throats.

I will do my best to mix up the genres each week.

Being I grew up in the late 70’s, early 80’s, I am a sucker for medieval-fantasy movies like Conan, Krull, Beastmaster, etc. so this week I chose Ladyhawke from 1985 starring Rutger Hauer, Matthew Broderick and a very young and beautiful Michelle Pfeiffer.

 

You can watch Ladyhawke HERE for free.

(Please remember to use some type of Ad Blocking Software when you stream movies online)

Finland Winter/Continuation War Movie Recommendations

 

Since my post on The Winter War I got to thinking about a couple of movies that are definitely worth watching on the subject of Finland’s fight against Communism and true independence in the 20th Century.

FYI: As is the case with finding QUALITY movies lately, both of these are foreign productions made out of the sphere of Hollyweird and are subtitled in English.

 

Talvisota (The Winter War)

Set during the early days of World War 2. After Nazi Germany invaded Poland in September 1939, Russia attacked Finland in November 1939. Finnish reservists leave their homes and go to war. The film focuses on two farmers from the municipality of Kauhava in the province of Pohjanmaa/Ostrobothnia, brothers Martti and Paavo Hakala, serving in a Finnish platoon. Released in 1989.

 

 

Tuntematon Sotilas (Unknown Soldier)

Unknown Soldier tells the largely-ignored story of The Continuation War, a massive conflict between Finland and the Soviet Union that lasted from 1941-1944.

Probably the most realistic depiction of WW2-era infantry combat ever filmed.

A film adaptation of Väinö Linna’s best selling novel The Unknown Soldier (1954) and the novel’s unedited manuscript version, Sotaromaani.

June, 1941: Trapped between two repressive regimes, Finland has little choice but to ally itself with Nazi Germany against its traditional foe, although it manages to remain a democracy throughout. Virtually unknown in the WW ll arena, a brutal war against Soviet occupation takes place in the Far North. As the men of a Finnish infantry unit march through the forests of Karelia to regain territory lost to Russia in the Winter War of 1939, each of them soon realizes the horror and pointlessness of war. Except for their officers, more concerned about medals and personal glory than the lives of their men. A diverse group of men, all at odds with how they see themselves, each other, and the common cause–yet they are strengthened by a growing bond of camaraderie to each other and their loved ones. After huge personal sacrifice and a prolonged trench war, the outcome is inevitable, ending with a ceasefire in September 1944.

Feeling Like General Ripper in Dr. Strangelove Right About Now? Yeah Me Too…

I was perusing through old WW3 Movies and this by far is one of my favorites of all time.

I don’t think I have ever laughed so hard at a performance than Sterling Hayden’s portrayal of the whacked out General Ripper or Peter Sellers as the Amazing German Scientist, Dr. Strangelove (Mein Fuhrer!)

 

Hollyweird Bombs Again

 

I can’t think of anything worse than spending two hrs of my time and hard earned money sitting through an “anthology” series about three of the WORST First Ladies ever to inhabit the White House: Michelle Obama (aka Shaq in Women’s Clothes), Betty Ford (She put the L in LUSH) and Eleanor Roosevelt (A Rug Munching Dike with the face of an elderly Pug.)

Honestly I am surprised they did not feature Hillary “Hitman” Clinton but I am sure she is slotted for a future episode.

Woke Hollyweird and it’s “Enpowering Women” agenda is a joke.

This series is nothing more than a liberal cuck fest with three of the worst Presidents to ever hold the office (notice they chose Gerald Ford The Lame Duck Buffoon to represent the Republicans! Not by accident I assure you.)

Honestly, you want to make an “anthology”, make it with some First Ladies with LOOKS and CLASS.

You can start with Melania Trump, besides her we would have to take a vote on the others.