Aliens on the Moon: The Truth Exposed (2014) is a English movie. Robert Kiviat has directed this movie. Roger Leopardi,Amy Shira Teitel,Joshua P. Warren,Lee Speigel are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2014. Aliens on the Moon: The Truth Exposed (2014) is considered one of the best Sci-Fi movie in India and around the world.
Freedom of information allegedly released several moonscapes from Apollo 1 -17. Astronauts and scientists are interviewed about what appears to be large colonies and facilities, on the moon. This is a decide for yourself documentary. Some contributors suggest Apollos 18,19 and 20 actually were launched to investigate alien activity!
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Another hoax "documentary" in a long list by fraudster Robert Kiviat. He brought us "Alien Autopsy" in 1995, his initial hoax disguised as a documentary. A long list of shady paranormal "researchers" contributed to this schlock documentary: ghost hunters, Bigfoot trackers, UFO chasers, and MUFON, the biggest of the fraudsters. By enlarging NASA photographs so that the pixels are gigantic, they imagine all sorts of structures on the moon, including a nuclear reactor, wagon wheels, a cannon 1 mile long, a mine, a prison, and fort. Blurry craters become mile-wide satellite dishes. Thank goodness that guy with the crazy hair from Ancient Aliens wasn't featured. Although, he would not be out of place in this show. Save your time and skip the dreck. If I could have rated this a zero, I would. A "1" seems too high.
I've seen a lot of garbage over the years, but this by far tops pretty much all the piles of caca on my list. The cast of characters reads like the cast of a Ringling Brothers cleaning crew, the script appears to have been written by a drunk 12-year- old, and the level of intelligence required to view this is just below that of a Walmart baby rattle. The horrid cast of so-called "experts" in this film reads like the patient list at Nurse Ratchett's daily medication rounds. In one scene, they bring up an expert on photography analysis that is billed as a... get this... paranormal expert. Poor Roger Leopardi must have been broke, hungry and way behind on his rent to agree to narrate this spectacularly prepubescent film. Don't waste your time. You'll get more out of watching the grass grow.
Professional video documentary producers and directors DO NOT mix real-life imagery with artwork and model shots, with intent to deceive the audience into believing that the real-life imagery is more persuasive than it really is. Robert Kiviat was guilty of this "video sin" over and over in this hilariously contrived piece of film-flam. The images purporting to show alien structures on the Moon are laughably unconvincing, so they had to be "boosted." Mike Bara, a laid-off CAD-CAM technician with no training in geology or image interpretation (and, in fact, a well deserved reputation for botching Apollo Moon imagery) told us about a "giant paper-clip" and a "mile wide Ziggurat". These are simply lies. The paper-clip is a curly fiber in an amateur scanner that wasn't kept clean. The Ziggurat is a spoof that Bara stumbled across on the "Call of Duty Zombies" web forum. Lee Spiegel fell for another hoax, the "crashed spacecraft" on the Moon. Examination of the far better images from Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter proves that this is just a dune feature, cratered exactly the same as its surroundings. Pathetic.
This is 1 hour and 20 minutes of blurred images, speculation, and "helpfully" coloured shadows. Interesting enough the commentator at the beginning of the "documentary" uses the words "are?", "maybe", "could this" but at towards the ends of it skips all these small highly significant words from the narrative. It follows the same format as many other conspiracy "documentaries". a/ Can it be X? b/ Can it be Y? c/ Can it be Z? ----------------- This proves that aliens built stuff on the moon/did something else unbelievable. If you are into this kind of reasoning and conspiracy then go ahead watch this waste of time. Personally I'd extremely surprised if there are not others out there - and equally surprised if they were particularly interested in this backward backwater planets population.
This is possibly the fifth worst thing I've ever watched. Certainly the third worst thing I've ever seen on Netflix (behind the atrocious "Haunting of Silver Falls" and another alien conspiracy movie I watched that was even worse). The entirety of this movie consists of someone talking about an object on the moon that is most certainly just a normal rock or crater, but has a shadow that makes it look strange. Then they color in the "shape" of the object they think is there, which gives - at least they think it gives - the appearance that some kind of artifact has to be there. Then they discuss those shapes for a long time. That's really all there is to it. Let me point out three reasons why none of their claims make any sense: 1) They claim that the aliens use plasma from stars like our sun to power all their stuff, yet they say that they created a nuclear power plant on the moon. Why would they need it if they already had their energy source found out? 2) Our moon sucks. There's nothing on it.There are other moons in our solar system they could use as a base that have water on them - frozen seas and all - that could be much more useful. And if they had faster than light travel to reach us in the first place, then it would be extremely easy to reach us from there, so it doesn't matter if they're on our moon or another moon further away. No alien race would want to use our moon as a base. 3) Better yet, if aliens came here why wouldn't they just use our earth as a base and just force us to let them stay? It's not like we could do anything about it if they're that advanced. You're saying that these creatures traveled many light years to reach us *just* to create a nuclear power plant on our moon and some satellite that looks down at us (yes, they said the aliens have a satellite dish on the moon. Not like they'd have something a lot better on their own ship). That seems like a gigantic waste of time for them. To conclude, this documentary makes no sense, and is so bad it's kind of funny. It's one of the worst things I've seen, but I'd still recommend it if you want something to make fun of. For review purposes, 1/10. For pure entertainment purposes, 7/10.