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POLTERGEIST (1982) – Youth Sacrificed to the Beast

Jay Dyer | There’s a much deeper message to this 80s paranormal trend-setter than you think.

‘THEY LIVE!’ – An Esoteric Film Analysis

Jay Dyer | Is John Carpenter’s cult film from the 1980’s actually a documentary?

SIMULACRA: SexBot Dystopia Predicted in Cherry 2000 (1987)

Jay Dyer | An obscure B movie with a heady, philosophical and prescient message.

CANNIBAL CULTURE: Neon Demon (2016) Esoteric Analysis

Jay Dyer | The speedy, steady slide of the arts into total degeneracy as a form of weaponized chaos descends like lightning speed in the West.

‘STRANGER THINGS’ – Hollywood MK Ultra Goes Full Occult

Jay Dyer | A popular new series that reveals as much as it conceals.

ESOTERIC HOLLYWOOD: Hidden Message of Ghostbusters (1984)

Jay Dyer | Mind control, paranormal and the Stanford Research Institute connection to the Esalen Institute and hidden metaphysics.

EYES WIDE SHUT: What You Missed in Kubrick

Jay Dyer | Jay has written on a myriad of topics and movies, but on this show in particular, we focus on Stanley Kubrick’s Eyes Wide Shut.

License to Lie & Other True 007 Tales

Jay Dyer | US writer and researcher Jay Dyer of JaysAnalysis.com is our guest this time round, as we look at symbolism, mind control and culture creation through film.

ESOTERIC HOLLYWOOD w/Jamie Hanshaw: Crazy B Movies with Messages

Jay Dyer | The Stuff, Demon Seed, Running Man, Ghoulies, Prince of Darkness and Village of the Damned.

ESOTERIC HOLLYWOOD: Laurel Canyon’s Weird Scenes – Review & Analysis

Jay Dyer | In this first free hour I review and analyze Dave McGowan’s excellent book, Weird Scenes Inside the Canyon, in an in-depth fashion.

Jay Dyer with James Corbett: “The Prestige” and Revelation of the Method

Jay Dyer | James Corbett asked me on his podcast to discuss Christopher Nolan films, and in particular The Prestige in its relation to statecraft, espionage, 9/11 and the theater of media infowar.

WEIRD SCENES Inside the Canyon: Jay’s Review

Jay Dyer | It seems more and more as if we are living in a bad B movie, replete with cheesy set pieces and a Casio keyboard score – and the reason for that is because we are.

CLUE (1985) as Clue to the Cold War’s Managed Dialectic

Jay Dyer | While most board games of the 1980s did not make it onto the big screen, one curious specimen did – Clue.

ESOTERIC HOLLYWOOD: The Real Meaning of Kubrick’s Shining

Jay Dyer | In this episode, I take on Kubrick’s horror classic, The Shining, with a different take than Jay Weidner or Rob Ager. This audio also features my glorious Jack and Tony impersonations.