A strange review for a movie called "Sandy Hook Lingerie Party Massacre"

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posted on Dec, 19 2012 @ 07:56 PM
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Originally posted by WaterBottle
I'm not seeing the conspiracy here at all.

Sandy Hook isn't an original or unique name...


True enough but what about the fact that the map for Batman 3 was changed from South Hinkley to Sandy Hook?

The movie was made by an individual in the UFO and PARANORMAL field who frequents Coast to Coast?

Also there is Chris Nolan's brother who is charged with murder in Argentina and works in the collection agency for international banks?

Hollywood is well known to have for a long time been involved in the occult through scientology and satanism. Even NASA is connected to the occult through Jack Parsons (book- Sex Rockets and Magic) who housed L Ron Hubbard (founder of scientology) for OTO rituals. L Ron's son even said scientology was nothing but a mask for what he termed black magic.

Too suspicious for my tastes.




posted on Dec, 19 2012 @ 08:04 PM
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I've never heard of this movie. Very interesting. Thank you for sharing this. This all keeps going further, and further down the rabbit hole. It's getting deep.



posted on Dec, 19 2012 @ 08:17 PM
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That movie is from the year 2000. There are lots of Sandy Hook. What do you do if a shooting happens in Springfield, demand clarification from Gröning? Let it go...



posted on Dec, 19 2012 @ 08:29 PM
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Obviously you guys are missing the point of the thread. It isn't the fact that their is a movie by that name, it is the utter ubsurdity of the movie review, and the date that it was written. Most of you haven't even read the first paragraph of the review that was clearly trying to convey a cryptic message. If I lived in a place called Rocky Ridge I would move, and I certainly wouldn't send my kids to the Rocky Ridge Camp, if it actually is a working camp. (see my earlier post for the website)
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posted on Dec, 19 2012 @ 08:37 PM
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Once again, what he says is this:


Some strippers head off to a seaside resort for s break. They are told the legend of a lighthouse keeper whose reckless drinking caused a ship to crash, killing close to one hundred sailors. Soon after, he killed himself and was never brought to trial. Rumour has it that when a storm comes, he stalks the area looking for revenge and many people have disappeared. As night falls, the girls are chased and systematically slaughtered by a loon in a gimp suit.


Not hurricane, storm. Again, no where does the word hurricane appear.

Here are more FACTS:

-on dec 8th he writes:


Here we have a clown killer story from Todd Jason Cook (Rhymes with Sandy Hook) that treads the familiar territory of a bullied school boy that seeks revenge on those who have taunted him. In the opening we get to meet Jimmy Fisher (Spencer Trask), a high school geek that has a crush on the girlfriend of one of the school’s most popular rebels. Jimmy has been subjected to various humiliating taunts by the gang of bullies, so he has lost faith in the humanity of his classmates. However he is flattered and shocked when lead bully Peter (Joseph Pautinos) invites him to a party. Foolishly, Jimmy accepts the invitation and if you haven’t already guessed, it turns out to be yet another vicious prank. Humiliated and left unconscious in his boxer shorts, Jimmy finally loses his cool and sets out to seek revenge on those who have taunted him…..


I added the (Sandy Hook comment) before anyone gets too excited...

-on dec 15, the day after the shooting, he reviews "Zombie Island Massacre" in which the lead Character, Sandy, is killed by the end on an island called San Marie (one of the teachers killed was Ann Marie...dun, dun, dun....)

But are these some tell tale thing? Are we to expect a zombie apocalypse because of this guy's slasher flick review about Sandy the day after...I don't know, tell me in a few months.

No, we aren't. Granted, there's facts everywhere we look, but lets look at the coincidences inherent in the limitations:

-Dude reviews slasher flicks, so words like massacre, killings, etc., will be prevalent in his posts.
-Dude posts like every 4 to 7 days and writes at least 1000 words of text each time...in which he refers back to other movies he reviews. So, the odds that any given day he blogs will coincide to a massacre, killing or other significant event that might include the real name or character name of an actor or context prevalent in slasher movies is heightened.
-B slasher flicks seem to star a lot of strippers and porn stars and apparently Sandy is a common female name for them

Facts? Yes.. Mere coincidences? Also, yes.

Bottom line, yes, facts are facts. But omitting other facts or including irrelevant ones doesn't holistically prove or disprove anything.
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Here you go...

aslashabove.com...

Side note, don't buy tablets, apparently they time out open windows so that all of a sudden everything you wrote is gone, you have to start over and people make snide remarks about what you left out the second time around...plus, I'm a home row typer and this peck, peck, pecking bs sucks...
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posted on Dec, 19 2012 @ 08:46 PM
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You forgot to link to your source here.

Please do.

You realize the actual film uses the term hurricane right? Is your whole problem that the reviewer doesn't use hurricane but uses storm? You realize that hurricane and storm are one and the same right differing only by magnitude?

I think you have thoroughly convinced yourself there is nothing to see here. Good job!
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posted on Dec, 19 2012 @ 08:47 PM
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Huh, the musical soundtrack is provided by the Serpenteens.
That's interesting in itself if anyone's paid attention to the Red Hook thread.

how?



posted on Dec, 19 2012 @ 08:48 PM
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Originally posted by yoyoma15
Obviously you guys are missing the point of the thread. It isn't the fact that their is a movie by that name, it is the utter ubsurdity of the movie review, and the date that it was written. Most of you haven't even read the first paragraph of the review that was clearly trying to convey a cryptic message. If I lived in a place called Rocky Ridge I would move, and I certainly wouldn't send my kids to the Rocky Ridge Camp, if it actually is a working camp. (see my earlier post for the website)
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What I was going to say before I got distracted by other comments was that if you took just his first paragraph, and arguably his last one, out of context mind you, it does seem rather intriguing. Maybe it's psy-ops and someone at the CIA hacked his blog and put that first paragraph in there to test how whacky us conspiracy pepos would get...testing the water, if you will.

Maybe it really all is just a coincidence. I bet we could watch episodes of Jersey Shore and find a secret code embedded in there that foretells death and destruction....SaNdy hOOK....SNOOKi...I don't know.



posted on Dec, 19 2012 @ 08:53 PM
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Lots of coincidences in one place (especially when you look at some other related threads). Nice find OP. As I go through life, I am discovering that coincidences often seem to turn into glaring messages, after the fact. I find that the greater the impact of a situation, the clearer and tighter the coincidences/messages become. I am on the fence as to how this is happening. Is it a local thing wired into our brains, is it the "spirit" sending messages, or are we simply going back and building a path with dots, after having had them all connected by a tragic event? Something else?



posted on Dec, 19 2012 @ 09:00 PM
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Originally posted by FriedBabelBroccoli
reply to post by Sphota
 


You forgot to link to your source here.

Please do.

You realize the actual film uses the term hurricane right? Is your whole problem that the reviewer doesn't use hurricane but uses storm? You realize that hurricane and storm are one and the same right differing only by magnitude?

I think you have thoroughly convinced yourself there is nothing to see here. Good job!
edit on 19-12-2012 by FriedBabelBroccoli because: 101


I guess I should have just let it go, what does it matter, you'll find flaw at this point with everything I'm going to say...

No, I didn't watch the trailer he included, I went solely by his comments.. The movie wasn't made on July 20th, sandy hook referenced in the fil is in NJ, lingerie models were killed, not elementary school kids.

Is it the film or the reviewer that we're saying is prophetic?

It all really doesn't matter...here is my post as I should have written it to satisfy your standards:

"I would leave out facts #4, #5, and #6 because no one can foresee hurricanes, those facts are just mere coincidence. Good analysis though. Keep up the great work."



posted on Dec, 19 2012 @ 09:01 PM
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What you seem to be missing, Sphota, characteristic of those who don't want to see the big picture, is that all these "coincidences" point to an event that, in itself, seems exceedingly surreal and has many inconsistencies and gaps. Just go and watch interviews with the parents of the children, they do not react in a way that I have seen before, they are sobbing but without tears and without much wavering in their voice at all. The bodies of the children were also left in the classroom and the parents were shown pictures to identify them, have you ever heard of anything like this before? And there is much more.

One of these parents, Robbie Parker, is swaggering like a rock star just before getting on camera, at which point he suddenly switches into a somber mode. www.youtube.com...

Yes, there are coincidences, but that doesn't mean everything is JUST a coincidence. This clearly has occult significance and the devil's fingerprints are all over it.

One more coincidence is, right about the time this happened, by pure chance, I was listening to a CD from the 80's called You Gotta Say Yes to Another Excess by Yello ( one-hit wonders who were famous for "Oh Yeah" on the Ferris Bueller soundtrack, but were a very arty and sophisticated group who were ahead of their time in many ways ). The song is called "Shine on You." Here are the lyrics of the first stanzas, where the singer repeats a list of strange names:

"Shine on You"

Willy Jackson
Stanley Davies
Spencer Cliss
Rosita Delicious
SANDY HOOKER

No money
You Telly, Lilly
And you Willy
Think I'm just another fool"

www.metrolyrics.com...

Another coincidence?

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posted on Dec, 19 2012 @ 09:03 PM
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Originally posted by GLontra

Originally posted by WaterBottle
I'm not seeing the conspiracy here at all.

Sandy Hook isn't an original or unique name...



You have no brain at all.

You can't think, you can only DENY, DENY, and DENY, no matter the FACTS.


No it actually takes more intelligence to not think random events are connected. You have the mentality of the superstitious, which isn't very logical or bright at all.



posted on Dec, 19 2012 @ 09:08 PM
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Originally posted by GLontra
I leave a very simple question to all the "debunkers"


How many reviews were EVER written about this B-movie "Sandy Hook Lingerie Party Massacre" where a serial killer who attacks "after hurricanes" commits a MASSACRE in a place called Sandy Hook?

How many?

I guess that VERY FEW reviews were ever written about this very obscure movie...

Now, what are the odds of one of those reviews, written more than 12 years after the obscure movie was released, being published online EXACTLY on July 20, 2012, the same day of the massacre in the premiere of a movie (TDKR) where there is also a strike in a SANDY HOOK district?



As I write this, I’m thirty-one years old and still obsessed with tracking down and reviewing every slasher film ever released. Sometimes, even a few that haven’t been. Don’t ask me why I do it, because I’ll never know, but it’s probably a hobby that I’ll take to the grave with me. I might as well just have, ‘a SLASH above‘ written on my tombstone…


According to this reviewer who reviews slasher films once or twice a week.

Link: aslashabove.com...

Half the movies he reviews have the word "massacre" or "slaughter" and, as I said, the name Sandy appears as a character name and actress name at least twice. Also, he is referring to this movie as particularly bad, so he references it the following week as well (July 25 or so, you'll have to look at this point, I'm getting tired)



posted on Dec, 19 2012 @ 09:10 PM
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""I would leave out facts #4, #5, and #6 because no one can foresee hurricanes, those facts are just mere coincidence. Good analysis though. Keep up the great work."



unless we bring haarp into things ^^



posted on Dec, 19 2012 @ 09:12 PM
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There are way too many aspects here for it to just be coincidence. Look at this painting:

www.terminartors.com...

Moon is in exactly same phase as Aurora and Sandy Hook.



posted on Dec, 19 2012 @ 09:14 PM
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Do you think it's a little odd that a man who is an expert in computer science for finance companies and is fluent in four languages spends his days reviewing "massacre" movies?



posted on Dec, 19 2012 @ 09:17 PM
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Is that still proof that no one added just that first statement to the review after the incident?



posted on Dec, 19 2012 @ 09:20 PM
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Originally posted by Scarlatti

Yes, there are coincidences, but that doesn't mean everything is JUST a coincidence. This clearly has occult significance and the devil's fingerprints are all over it.

One more coincidence is, right about the time this happened, by pure chance, I was listening to a CD from the 80's called You Gotta Say Yes to Another Excess by Yello ( one-hit wonders who were famous for "Oh Yeah" on the Ferris Bueller soundtrack, but were a very arty and sophisticated group who were ahead of their time in many ways ). The song is called "Shine on You." Here are the lyrics of the first stanzas, where the singer repeats a list of strange names:

"Shine on You"

Willy Jackson
Stanley Davies
Spencer Cliss
Rosita Delicious
SANDY HOOKER

No money
You Telly, Lilly
And you Willy
Think I'm just another fool"

www.metrolyrics.com...

Another coincidence?

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Great find! I have been listening to some more of these Yello songs. Check out this song, "Tremendous Pain":

Stormy weather, heavy rain
No moon in the city
Shining streets, Friday night
No mercy, no pity

Would not be at all surprised if it turns out the "killer" was a Yello fan!



posted on Dec, 19 2012 @ 09:21 PM
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Originally posted by Chrisfishenstein
reply to post by GLontra
 


MODS.......This needs put on the front page ASAP!

This indeed is very suspect.......The date of the review 12 effing years later?? Exactly on the Aurora shooting date?? Just months before the actual massacre at Sandy Hook?

WOW great find OP.......Things do eventually add up.......Something we will NEVER hear from MSM.......

Me loves ATS!!


It was reviewed ON the day of the massacre



posted on Dec, 19 2012 @ 09:24 PM
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Originally posted by Hellas
How about this screen from the Dark Knight Rises?

Big Red Letters the word AURORA (Where the shooting took place)


I think that that screen capture was actually from the Skyfall trailer:



Which I found curious as it started around the same time as the GI Joe Retaliation trailer, maybe one second later:



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