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Hollywood vs. The Aliens: The Motion Picture Industry's Participation in UFO Disinformation Paperback – Bargain Price, January 9, 1998
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Praise for Bruce Rux's Architects of the Underworld: Unridding Atlantis, Anomolies of Mars, and The Mystery of the Sphinx:
"If I had to choose for a friend a single book that best showed the range, depth, and complexity of current UFO research, combined with a powerful argument for its ancient but revolutionary implications, I think Architects of the Underworld would be the book I'd buy. In fact, I'm sure it will become a classic. A scholarly overview of the UFO phenomenon, the book draws upon all the key sources (Good, Randle, Vallee, etc.) for what we now know or suspect about government cover-ups and disinformation, crashed saucers, cattle mutilations, crop circles, human abductions, and the superhuman occupants of the UFOs... In its treatment of ancient astronaut theory, it combines the latest data about the origins and dating of the Sphinx and the great pyramids at Giza with the purported face and pyramids on Mars... a tour de force of scholarship."
- Michael Miley, UFO
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The work is valuable in it's listings of movies and TV shows alone. It puts "Hollywood and Government(s)" in their proper place...in bed together forever. This book gets both thumbs way up!
The book has two basic sections, intermingled together very well. First is a very detailed analysis of dozens of classic and bad SF films. The 2nd area delves into the government's efforts to use these films to tell us either that there are no aliens out there, to add another layer to the government cover-up or to get us ready for an eventual alien contact of some sort. This is a very ambitious idea, and could have been very convincing. Unfortunately, I began to find factual errors in his film analyses. The number soon grew to well over 50 major errors in just his description of the films. This is unforgiveable in this age of VHS/DVD. All of the films he wrote about can be had in these formats to rent or purchase. A nagging question began to gnaw at me: "If he makes serious errors with films that are very easy to view/reference, how can I possibly trust his writing of something serious like UFOs?"
Truth be told, I just couldn't trust any of his thesis. On the UFO side, he gets the basic stories of Roswell, Barney & Betty Hill, Lonnie Zamora and the 1966 Michigan sightings wrong. These reports are easy to find in any good library. To get these and other reports wrong just makes the entire book worthless. I know quite a bit about UFO history and SF films, and to make such errors is sloppy and unforgiveable. Bruce Rux has written another book of interest to me, but I'm sure that his writing will be inaccurate for that one also. It's a real shame.
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