Jay Dyer
(”2001: A Space Odyssey” is briefly mentioned in this.)

By: Jay Dyer (from years ago) Cloud Atlas (2012) was an interesting film on several levels. Fans of both the Wachowskis and Tom Tykwer will quickly recognize the fingerprints of all three, especially philosophical elements of the Matrix trilogy.  From the perspective of moral assessment, there is much in the film that I object to, but artistically speaking, I […]

The post Cloud Atlas (2012) Explained – Jay Dyer appeared first on JaysAnalysis.com.

(Review Source)
Jay Dyer

 The famous hit television show Ghost Hunters‘ Jason Hawes & JV Johnson talk to Maria Schmidt of National Ghost Hunting Day & then Jay Dyer about his book series – Esoteric Hollywood. 7/30/2019 – Beyond Reality Radio.  We cover propaganda in film, symbolism, subversion in film, Kubrick’s central messages that more or less predicted […]

The post Kubrick’s Hidden Messages – Jay Dyer on Jason Hawes & JV Johnson’s Beyond Reality appeared first on JaysAnalysis.com.

(Review Source)
Jay Dyer
(”2001: A Space Odyssey” is briefly mentioned in this.)

By: Jay Dyer The Fountain is one of Hollywood’s more difficult esoteric films: The failure of the film to achieve at the box office can be chalked up to this heavily mystifying plot and symbolism. To decode the film requires some familiarity wth cabalism, alchemy, Mayan mythology, Genesis and creation and Zen philosophy. Combining all […]

The post The Esoteric Meaning of The Fountain (2006) – Jay Dyer appeared first on JaysAnalysis.com.

(Review Source)
Jay Dyer
(”2001: A Space Odyssey” is briefly mentioned in this.)


By: Jay Dyer Spoilers ahead. Interstellar is a grandiose film about a great number of serious philosophical and scientific concepts. It’s also about a host other things, such as love, life,...

(Review Source)
Jay Dyer
(”2001: A Space Odyssey” is briefly mentioned in this.)

By: Jay Dyer Stanley Kubrick’s adaptation of Anthony Burgess’ dystopian novel A Clockwork Orange was definitely due for a full treatment – a full Ludovico Treatment!  I last watched the...

(Review Source)
Jay Dyer
(”2001: A Space Odyssey” is briefly mentioned in this.)

By: Jay Dyer In Part 1, we looked at the odd parallels to the Gremlins universe with Back to the Future, as well as 9/11.  We also saw how Marty’s...

(Review Source)
Jay Dyer


 “Jay Dyer is on KBS and we get into the esoteric and dark side of Hollywood. We get into the intelligence connections to the film industry, and how the...

(Review Source)
Jay Dyer
(”2001: A Space Odyssey” is briefly mentioned in this.)


By: Jay Dyer Spoilers Ahead Ex Machina is the latest incarnation of the familiar Short Circuit theme we’ve seen lately – but this film does not feature the madcap antics...

(Review Source)
Jay Dyer
(”2001: A Space Odyssey” is briefly mentioned in this.)

By: Jay “The grid. A digital frontier. I tried to picture clusters of information as they moved through the computer.  What did they look like? Ships? Motorcycles?  Were the circuits...

(Review Source)
Jay Dyer
(”2001: A Space Odyssey” is briefly mentioned in this.)

By: Jay Luc Besson has that rare, magical quality where his films teeter on the edge of being extremely mediocre and/or somewhat entertaining.  Similar themes run through his work, from...

(Review Source)
Jay Dyer
(”2001: A Space Odyssey” is briefly mentioned in this.)


By: Jay Working my way through the Spielberg canon, I couldn’t pass up an esoteric analysis of E.T.  While I think Close Encounters is loaded with esoteric and conspiratorial clues and...

(Review Source)
Jay Dyer
(”2001: A Space Odyssey” is briefly mentioned in this.)

By: Jay Dyer I hate to always harp on gnosticism, but it’s undeniably the recurrent theme of most sci fi and fantasy/cult films. Gnosticism is the ancient perennial tradition that descends...

(Review Source)
Jay Dyer
(”2001: A Space Odyssey” is briefly mentioned in this.)

By: Jay Dyer Eyes Wide Shut is a film that failed to live to the expectations of many. It was supposed to be an edgy thriller that made statements about...

(Review Source)
Jay Dyer
(”2001: A Space Odyssey” is briefly mentioned in this.)


By: Jay I hate to harp on the same old thing, but the same old thing always manifests in films, and deserves to be harped on. Often what is considered...

(Review Source)
Jay Dyer
(”2001: A Space Odyssey” is briefly mentioned in this.)


Analysis moved Here....

(Review Source)
Jay Dyer


Our friend Peter Parker draws out even further insights from his angle. -Jay By: Peter Parker I’ve noticed the traditional “luciferian” formula of the atheistic type, generally goes like this....

(Review Source)
Jay Dyer


By: Jay The Stanley Kubrick film, 2001: A Space Odyssey was a visual and technical accomplishment, unparalleled at the time of its making. I recall watching it for the first time...

(Review Source)
2012
Jay Dyer
(”2012” is briefly mentioned in this.)


By: Jay Dyer Spoilers ahead. Interstellar is a grandiose film about a great number of serious philosophical and scientific concepts. It’s also about a host other things, such as love, life,...

(Review Source)
48 Hrs.
Jay Dyer


 Jay Dyer presents a new livestream covering a less traveled topic: buddy cop films of the1980s. Harmless yucks – or is there more going on here? Mainly harmless yucks-...

(Review Source)
8MM
Jay Dyer

 The 30k Nic Cage esoteric movie analysis kicks off. Esoter-Nic Cage Stream! Thanks for subscribing all you chad nerds. Today we will inflict CAGESTREAM MADNESS – CAGE RAGE OR CRAGE IN FULL EFFECT. Our Cage obsession begins with a recap of National Treasures (Nic himself being the real treasure), Wicker Man, The Knowing, 8MM, […]

The post Top 5 Nicolas Cage Films – Jay Dyer – 30k Chad Nerd Esoteric Hollywood 2 Party! appeared first on JaysAnalysis.com.

(Review Source)
9/11
Jay Dyer

Earth Radio Network with Dr. Truth invited on Jacksonville, FL, FM radio invited me on to discuss the book and new subjects, such as the music industry, its coopting for...

(Review Source)
Jay Dyer


Jay Dyer discusses his book, Esoteric Hollywood: Sex, Cults and Symbols in Film and the now available sequel, Esoteric Hollywood 2 with Guns and Butter. We take an in-depth look...

(Review Source)
Jay Dyer

By: Jay Dyer Stanley Kubrick’s adaptation of Anthony Burgess’ dystopian novel A Clockwork Orange was definitely due for a full treatment – a full Ludovico Treatment!  I last watched the...

(Review Source)
Jay Dyer

The first half is free, while the full interview can be had by subscribing at JaysAnalysis for 4.95 a month at the PayPal link. A Non-GMO Hybridization of Esoteric Hollywood...

(Review Source)
Jay Dyer


[Note: This originally appeared on my old blog a few years ago. The Guardian also wrote a similar piece around that time, however, not connecting it to 9/11 and planned...

(Review Source)
Jay Dyer
(”A.I. Artificial Intelligence” is briefly mentioned in this.)

Download the free audio half here.  Join host Greg Carlwood of The Higherside Chats podcast as he talks esoteric Hollywood and movie magic with returning guest Jay Dyer. We...

(Review Source)
Jay Dyer
(”A.I. Artificial Intelligence” is briefly mentioned in this.)


By: Jay Dyer Joss Whedon’s follow-up to The Avengers, Avengers: Age of Ultron, is setting new box office records for Marvel, and has roughly the same degree of critical response...

(Review Source)
Jay Dyer


By: Jay Dyer Spoilers Ahead Ex Machina is the latest incarnation of the familiar Short Circuit theme we’ve seen lately – but this film does not feature the madcap antics...

(Review Source)
Jay Dyer
(”A.I. Artificial Intelligence” is briefly mentioned in this.)


By: Jay The new Captain America film is heavily laced with either revelation of the method programming, or genuine artistic rebellion against the corrupt, globalist establishment.  The plot is...

(Review Source)
Jay Dyer
(”A.I. Artificial Intelligence” is briefly mentioned in this.)


 By: Jay Hanna is an awesome film. As a story and entertainment, it is top notch. However, as the message goes I have some stuff to b***h about (as usual), and...

(Review Source)
Jay Dyer

 Tonight we cover the top 5 (or 6) teen coming of age dramas and comedies of the 1980s.  We will cover Say Anything, Breakfast Club, Risky Business, Cant Buy Me Love, Ferris Bueller and Adventures in Babysitting!  The choices weren’t easy, but we narrowed it down to the best, in our view. Sunday night […]

The post Top 5 80s Teen Movies! Jay Dyer + Jamie Hanshaw appeared first on JaysAnalysis.com.

(Review Source)
Jay Dyer


By: Jay I recently re-watched Aeon Flux (2005). In the film adaptation, which departs from its older MTV predecessor, we see a dystopian Brave New World-type scenario where the human population...

(Review Source)