Nazis: The Occult Conspiracy

Nazis: The Occult Conspiracy


Nazis-the occult conspiracy is a documentary about how the Hitler and the Nazis made use of occultism to win the war, and to remind the Germans that they were the best humans on the planet, the master-race. There are better documentaries around, but this is a solid documentary. There are many rare pictures from Nazi-Germany to be seen here, and you get to learn more about the religious beliefs of Nazi-leaders like: Hitler, Goebbles, Göring, Hess and Himmler. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Nazis: The Occult Conspiracy torrent reviews

Emily Y (au) wrote: I generally like this movie. At least it has a background that makes it seem profound and makes people think. A robbery happened three decades ago pulled out so many connections, people involved and many things intertwined. What surprised me most is that in the end the movie, I was thinking that: Oh, this is a pretty nice one because nobody is hurting their buddies. There was no betrayals, no darknesses, and even the reporter didn't expose the story which could've brought him a big fame. This is an absolute ideal scenario for me, but a happy ending.

Alex A (kr) wrote: On the surface, it's a blockbuster western-themed extended chase. It's huge, it's gorgeous, and it's fun. But pay attention, and this is a movie for film nerds.

Dan B (nl) wrote: It's rather dull watching skanky hippies smack up with their tits out. Worth seeing only if you're a Stones fan really, and only then just about.

Grant S (ag) wrote: Great Hitchcock thriller.Two men meet on a train. One is a reasonably famous tennis player and has marriage issues. The other, knowing this, suggests that they swap murders - he'll kill his wife if the tennis player will kill his father. The tennis player dismisses this idea but the other man seems determined to go through with his side of the plan...Good, original story, well told. Master director Alfred Hitchcock builds the tension well and creates a seemingly inescapable web for the victim to break out of. The Hitchcock signature tricks are all there: the camera angles, zoom in/outs, the drawing out of seconds into minutes, the race against the clock. Plus, he makes his usual cameo...Good work from Farley Granger and Robert Walker in the lead roles. Walker is particularly impressive as the deranged Bruno. Good support from Ruth Roman. Patricia Hitchcock, Alfred Hitchcock's daughter, also has a fairly significant supporting role.

Kirk S (us) wrote: Watched my first Japanese made movie and it was messed up & violent. Horrible acting, gore but a cool retro music they used to play in movies. instruments rather than actual music. Only finished the movie because it was fairly short.

David J (us) wrote: Not even Jodi Foster's up-to-par performance can save this flawed film with a recycled plot.