The new Indian Jones movie: INDIANA JONES AND THE CRAZY ALIENS was Awesome. With a capital "A". I loved it. I was, admittedly, quite nervous. Being such a huge Jones fan for my whole life, and the trailer had me sweating digital bullets-- but that worry was misplaced. Spielberg and his cinematographer took great pains to film this latest Jones adventure in the same classic Hollywood fashion. Only using computer animation when absolutely necessary. Relying on top-shelf stunt work and good old fashioned story-telling. A story which is more appropriate now then ever with ALIENS in the news.
This from the Huffington Post
The Rocky Mountain News is reporting that tomorrow the world might actually see who else is out there. A man, named Jeff Peckman, claims he will reveal video of live alien to the news media Friday. Brace yourselves. Below are some key excerpts from the story:
A video that purportedly shows a living, breathing space alien will be shown to the news media Friday in Denver.
"It shows an extraterrestrial's head popping up outside of a window at night, looking in the window, that's visible through an infrared camera," he said. The alien is about 4 feet tall and can be seen blinking, Peckman said earlier this month.
An instructor at the Colorado Film School in Denver scrutinized the video "very carefully" and determined it was authentic, Peckman said.
Could Spielberg and Lucas be preparing us for what is to come??
They always seemed one step ahead.
It does feel time for aliens, does it not? They were here before and taught us how to irrigate, we'll I'd like them to come now and teach us how to get past all this combustion engine non-sense we're dealing with. To take us to the next level, inter-dimensionally, if you know what I mean.
I am just excited to see this video of the Denver Alien. (and why Denver? Is ET a big Broncos fan? Did he/she/it read On The Road and went to go check out Neil Cassady's old hang outs? Is it just easier for aliens to get to the mile high city? Did he escape from under the Denver Airport? So many questions!!!!)
Stay tuned, internets!