Archive for October, 2016

Poltergeist (1982) – Youth Sacrificed to The Beast (JaysAnalysis)

October 30, 2016

Jay's Analysis

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By: Jay Dyer

Following the success of the 1974 extreme shock and awe horror Texas Chainsaw Massacre, director Tobe Hooper was recruited to direct a Spielberg project called Poltergeist that would be as much of a game-changer for the horror genre as Chainsaw.  Texas Chainsaw Massacre, however, was an innovation in the genre that pushed the limits of what censors were willing to tolerate.  While the film admittedly has several technical achievements worthy of note for a miniscule 60k dollar budget, the overall repulsion and disgust present in every scene makes it hard to deny the film truly is nihilistic meaninglessness dressed up as avant-garde.  

In relation to Poltergeist, two aspects of Chainsaw Massacre are worth mentioning.  First, there is an occult aspect to the film many often overlook – consistent references…

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Trump, Clinton Leaks, Soros & Syria – Jay Dyer on Red Ice

October 13, 2016

Jay's Analysis

Jay Dyer is a public speaker, lecturer, comedian and author of Esoteric Hollywood: Sex, Cults and Symbols in Film, as well as the host of the JaysAnalysis Podcast/Esoteric Hollywood. He is also a regular contributor to 21stCenturyWire, Soul of the East and the Espionage History Archive. Jay’s work covers a wide variety of subjects, including metaphysics, film analysis, theology, geopolitics, literature, and history.

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The show begins with a discussion on the geopolitical quagmire that is Syria. Jay tells us that the American establishment has wanted Bashar al-Assad gone for some time; as such, allegations of chemical weapons use and human rights violations are nothing more than psyops. We then discuss how Russia, over the course of the 20th century, was ravaged by Communism and later plundered by the Clinton administration’s cronies in the…

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Big Trouble in Little China (1986) – Esoteric Analysis

October 4, 2016

Jay's Analysis

By: Jay

 Big Trouble in Little China is another one of those goofy 80s films that you’re presently assuring yourself has no deeper relevance. You’re smugly saying, “Oh come on Jay, seriously? Another 80s esoteric analysis of something completely silly, like BTILC?” Well, dear reader, let me assure you of your error, and further promise to deliver juicy esoteric tidbits to sate your hunger as you journey on. Consider the opening scene that Fox mandated be added (where Egg Shen recounts the adventures of Jack Burton).  The actor is Jerry Hardin who played “Deep Throat” early on in the X-Files. Interestingly, the ambiguous government agent played here is similar to Deep Throat. What is also interesting is the obelisk on the desk behind him, initiating the viewer into what will be an occult journey.

Egg Shen reveals that the tale ahead will be one of Chinese “sorcery and black magic.”…

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