Friday, November 18, 2016

AmeriGeddon (2016)

I know that I have taken some time off away from the blog, but lately I have been getting back into the writing mood as I work on a new project. While I am not going to go into detail on that as of yet, it will be happening soon, and it will hopefully become something that becomes a large part of my blogging/writing footprint. The next review for The Ringmaster’s Realm is something that carries an important message, the 2016 independent flick AmeriGeddon.

Plot/ A fictional depiction of a future wherein a globalist terrorist organization aligned with the United Nations to disable the United States' power grid and institutes Martial Law. It will take a dedicated family of patriots armed with strong survival skills and the remains of the Second Amendment to save America and reclaim its freedom.

As a movie, this is a hard one to truly nail a review on. In many ways, this film is extremely believable and is full of facts that society must embrace. Unfortunately, for the masses and blind followers of oppression, the powerful messages woven into this film will likely fall on deaf ears. For the information alone, I give it complete thumbs up. As a movie, there are times where you must suspend belief with some of the action scenes. The cinematography works, the scripting is solid, and as I mentioned the information sprinkled into the storyline should wake up many viewers that may question many of the darker agendas and elements of the government and the globalist military industrial complex. Yes, some of the performances are uneven and some of the action/stunts are unbelievable, but those elements really do not bring down the storyline in any way especially when you take into account the smaller budget and independent nature of the production. In the end, this movie will be music to the ears of Libertarians or Constitutionalists that understand the true meaning and depths of items such as the NDAA and false flag operations. Personally, I feel that everyone should watch it and take stock in the overall message, it is that important.

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