[quote="JLSamuel818, post:1, topic:175632"]
I watched this movie last night. I knew it was about aliens and that it had actual footage. I was never prepared for the things I was about to see.
There are scenes in that movie when it showed actual footage that got me to question..."What the hell... did I just see?". The whole time my mind was panicking trying to comprehend and separate my fiction, and my reality.
I saw, a man levitate right in front of my eyes that night. I saw a man kill his wife! His children! Himself! Near the end of the movie, the words that got my heart pounding the most was when a lady in hypnosis talking to the 'Alien', the 'Alien' responded "I ... GOD".
I couldn't sleep tonight. Only when the sunrise pierced through my bedroom windows at 5:30 A.M. was I able to close my eyes, even if it was for 2 hours.
See here's the kicker. I tell myself that maybe it was something else I saw, demons maybe, a possessed girl, ANYTHING. But this one question has got me to ALMOST to go mentally INSANE... "What if?".
Any opinions? Did anyone else watch the movie?
My nephew, Auntie, and I watched this movie last night and it also creeped me out but than it made me wonder and ask questions
Was this on the News? I mean if a man killed his family and himself wouldn't it be reported on tne News and it did happen in the year 2000 and it would have been posted online?
That goes for the police officer who saw something???
Why did these people "act" the way they did when they were under hypnosis in the "real" footage?
Did the "aliens" take over their minds and bodies while under hynosis or was it memory?
When they showed the man levitate in the "real" footage he was sitting they only showed his one side and the rest was covered up in blankets. But on the DVD/movie poster you see a person laying down levitating. Hmmm?
When the "alien" broke their jaw (man and woman) how were they able to talk or even scream?
Why did the "real" footage go blurry?
The alleged real-life video footage and audio recordings used in The Fourth Kind are often denounced as mockumentary-style movie making. The Blu-ray release of the film includes extra footage not included in the original theater release. One of these clips shows the murder-suicide documentary footage. With the volume turned up, a person off-camera can be heard yelling "Action!"
The actress who plays the "real" Dr. Abigail Emily Tyler is Charolette Milchard
When the "alien" claims to be God it reminded me of 2 Corinthians 11:14 "No wonder, for even Satan disguises himself as an angel of light."
But then again, it could have said I...Todd (laughs) :p
May Jesus, Our Lady, and St. Michael the Archangel protect all of us from ever evil. Amen.