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Star Wreck: In the Pirkinning, a film by Timo Vuorensola, 2005

Star Wreck: In the Pirkinning, a film by Timo Vuorensola, 2005

Star Wreck: In the Pirkinning, 2005

A film by Timo Vuorensola

Time travelling space heroes are marooned in the early 21st century, and decide to intervene in earth’s history in order to save the future of the planet, which appears to have gone off-track: the antimaterial drive hasn’t been invented on schedule, and the world may face an invasion by an alien race known as the Korg. But conveniently, their Captain just might become Emperor of the entire planet in this new time-line.

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The Man Who Saved The World (Turkish Star Wars) 1982

The Man Who Saved The World (Turkish Star Wars) 1982

The Man Who Saved The World (Turkish Star Wars) 1982

Known by many names, this is a definite low-budget rip-off of many popular science fiction movies and TV programs, including Star Wars, Battle Star Galactica, Flash Gordon, and Star Trek.

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Invisible Strangler (aka The Astral Factor), a film by Fred Jordan and Earle Lyon, 1978

Invisible Strangler (aka The Astral Factor), a film by Fred Jordan and Earle Lyon, 1976

Invisible Strangler (aka The Astral Factor), 1978

A film by Fred Jordan and Earle Lyon

“A convicted strangler, studying the paranormal in his jail cell, learns to make himself invisible. As an invisible man, he escapes from prison to stalk and strangle the five women who testified against him at his trial. Robert Foxworth plays the police lieutenant assigned to protect them, and to catch the invisible strangler.” (IMDB)

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Breaking World News

Obama invokes Nazi Germany in warning about today's politics

Obama invokes Nazi Germany in warning about today’s politics
“Former President Barack Obama urged voters this week to stay engaged in democracy, warning that complacency was responsible for the rise of Nazi Germany…” (CNN)

At Pensacola rally, Trump says ‘get out and vote for Roy Moore’
“President Donald Trump urged Alabama voters to “get out and vote for Roy Moore” in Tuesday’s Senate special election…” (CNN)

This Soul-Crushing Video of a Starving Polar Bear Reminds Us Global Warming Is Destroying Wildlife
“A video of a starving wild polar bear roaming around dry land looking for food has gone viral…” (Science Alert)

This 530-Million-Year-Old Fossil Could Be The Oldest Eye Ever Discovered
“Palaeontologists have found what could well be the oldest example of a fossilised eye the world has ever seen, preserved for over half a billion years….” (Science Alert)

Chocolate makers win at international event
“Mexican chocolate makers shared the three top spots with their counterparts from Costa Rica and Nicaragua in a competition organized by the International Chocolate Awards…” (Mexico News Daily)

At least one death as winter storm strikes
“The 14th cold front and the first winter storm of the season brought light snow to states in northern Mexico, indirectly causing the death of a homeless man in Matamoros, Tamaulipas…” (Mexico News Daily)

UK universities accused of complacency over sexual misconduct
“UK universities have been accused of a complacent and inadequate response to sexual harassment and gender violence after a Guardian investigation found inconsistencies in the support and services offered to victims across the country…” (The Guardian)

Stephen Hawking joins lawsuit aimed at foiling Hunt’s NHS shake-up
“Stephen Hawking has reignited his public dispute with Jeremy Hunt by joining a legal action aimed at scuppering an NHS shake-up that he fears will lead to greater privatisation and rationing of resources…” (The Guardian)

What’s the matter with eastern Europe?
ddd “e was a rich businessman, an outspoken outsider with a love of conspiracy theories. And he was a populist running for president…” (Le Monde diplomatique)

Brazil’s right challenges the Workers’ Party
“The hard right is running the country without being elected after Dilma Rousseff’s impeachment last year. It has surprising support among the new lower middle class…” (Le Monde diplomatique)

Jordanians stand united behind Jerusalem
“Jordanians from all walks of life and political spectra took to the streets on Friday to condemn and reject US President Donald Trump’s decision to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel and demand swift actions…” (The Jordan Times)

Lebanese singer dazzles Riyadh in first women-only concert
“Applause and shrieks of joy erupted as Lebanese singer Hiba Tawaji dazzled Riyadh in its first female-only music concert, as Saudi Arabia seeks to ease social restrictions on women…” (The Jordan Times)

 

Photo: By kalexnova from Alexandria, VA, USA – Barak Obama at Webb Rally, CC BY 2.0, Link

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