Eyes of the Mothman NR

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November 15th 1966 - four young adults traveling through the West Virginia backwoods of an abandoned TNT Plant, come across something, unnatural...

Starring:
James Beichler, John Frick
Runtime:
2 hours 36 minutes

Eyes of the Mothman

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Genres Documentary
Director Matthew J. Pellowski
Starring James Beichler, John Frick
Supporting actors Dennis D. Bellamy, Roy Cross, Danny S. Cutler, John 'White Hawk' Daily, Hazel K. DeWitt, Ruth Fout, John Frick, Timothy Frick, Carolin Harris, Chad Lambert, Faye Leport, Jeffrey K. Mckee, Richard L. Meadows, Jay Miller, Richard Pait, Merle Partridge, Dave Peyton, Donnie Sergent Sr.
Studio Virgil Films and Entertainment
MPAA rating NR (Not Rated)
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Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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I did not enjoy this movie, I found myself falling asleeep while I watched it.
Frank
I would recommend this to anyone seeking answers to question, that may just get answered by watching this film.
Mopar5120
This film has many interviews with witnesses about the events in Point Pleasant, WV.
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23 of 23 people found the following review helpful By TrailsEndWild VINE VOICE on March 22, 2011
Format: DVD
From the opening scene, it is obvious that Eyes of the Mothman is not your typical cryptozoological film. This is not a movie designed to hype a phenomena or create a false sense of intensity by exaggerating evidence. Eyes of the Mothman plays out as a clear, concise, and accurate history of Point Pleasant, West Virginia. In addition, the films shows how the legend of the Mothman plays into that history. With concrete chronology, the film takes the viewer from the Battle of Point Pleasant and the betrayal of Chief Cornstalk all the way through to modern times. The viewer is exposed to a rare, complete picture of the area and how the different legends surrounding Point Pleasant weave together. The film covers the contamination of the area throughout WWII as the famous TNT area became a hub of weapons manufacture and then was seemingly abandoned to decay. The filmmakers interview scientists, residents, researchers, enthusiasts, and witnesses to form the most accurate portrait of the Mothman phenomena. Intertwined with this phenomena are ancient curses, UFO sightings, and a bizarre string of "coincidence." The documentary presents numerous possible explanations while allowing the viewer to draw heir own conclusion. At a little over 2 hours, this is no short film. Nothing is rushed and each topic is given an appropriate amount of time for discussion. This is a must see film for anyone interested in cryptozoology and the Mothman phenomena in particular. The film is written and directed by Matthew J. Pellowski and was released by Red Line Studios.
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Robin Simmons VINE VOICE on February 15, 2011
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This rather interesting and well-made documentary on the ironically named town of Pt Pleasant takes a long look at it's strange history and the weirdness of activities the residents seem to have encountered. From the shame of a native American murder (Chief Cornstalk), the visitations of a huge, demonic, winged, red-eyed creature to the sudden collapse of the "Silver Bridge" that killed almost 50 people. The title of the film is probably a marketing choice as is the cover, it's really the great irony of "Return to Pt Pleasant." Not sure what the previous post about Ivanka Trump stalker is referring to but it would only add to the dark mythic ambiance of the whole enterprise and of course the place itself.

At first, I thought this is a very long (two hours and 35 minutes!) documentary that could benefit from some serious editing, but after a while I began to appreciate the extended nature of all the interviews and historical back story. I have not seen the 2nd Disc of bonus material yet, but if the real story behind "The Mothman" is of any interest, here's a look at the people, the place and the legend. Something weird happened there and there are rational, normal, God-fearing people that still remember.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Ronald R Dolly on April 21, 2011
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I liked this DVD much better than the movie Mothman Prophecies because it's videotaped in the actual area in which all of this story took place and I also lived in Pt Pleasant in the early 1960's. My parents use to take my sister and I fishing at the TNT area as it was called, this was before the sightings began. The Silver Bridge we crossed it many times the last time being on Tuesday night Dec.12,1967 to get a Christmas tree across the river in Ohio and it collapsed on Friday Dec. 15,1967 during rush hour traffic in which 46 people lost their lives! So thats why this video documentary is special to me.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Channel KDK12 on April 18, 2011
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Welcome to the tiny town of Point Pleasant, WV, population 5,000, and home to some of the strangest events ever reported. From a curse placed upon the region in 1787 by a Shawnee Chief who was murdered while negotiating a peace treaty, to 100s of reports of UFO activity, to the appearance of a winged man with glowing red eyes known as the Mothman, Point Pleasant is a natural hunting ground for those who delight in the supernatural. And a strange individual who calls himself Indrid Cold haunts the town and its residents; he speaks without moving his mouth and causes night terrors and nosebleeds in those who are unfortunate to meet up with him.

Point Pleasant has also been the site of a number of tragic events. The soil and water is contaminated by the toxic residues from a WW II TNT storage bunker; a bridge collapsed in the 1970s, killing over 40 people. Many of the residents of Point Pleasant think that these tragedies are linked to the supernatural events that have been reported there, and their opinion is shared by many students of the supernatural. But just what is the evidence for or against such a link?

Eyes of the Mothman is a documentary exploring the possible explanations for the supernatural events in Point Pleasant, and their possible link to the tragedies that have occurred there. Over two and a half hours long, the film meticulously details each supernatural report and each tragedy, presenting evidence both for and against a connection.

The content of the documentary will be interesting to any horror fan, but unfortunately, the way it is presented may not please. The film is far too long; each story is told and retold by multiple eyewitnesses and experts, which lends credibility, but also quickly becomes annoyingly repetitive.
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