November 9, 2014

Interstellar Movie Causing Audience To Walk Out Dizzy, Nov 2014, UFO Sighting News.



Hey guys, yeah I had to go check out the movie Interstellar. Its a very entertaining movie and I won't give spoilers...except for one. There is a lot of spinning of the ship and stars. This spinning went unnoticed until my family left the theater. Thats when my son and I began to feel dizzy. Yes, you heard me right. We actually felt dizzy and for me it got worst. Three hours later I insisted on driving us home because the dizziness was noticeably getting worst. Seven hours after the movie I went on Twitter mentioning the dizziness and saw that lots of others had experienced the same thing. Oh...I left the theater at 3pm, the dizziness disappeared about 3-4 am the next morning. What did it feel like? Like I had 3 large size beers. Well, I had to hold the walls to walk straight as I left the shopping mall. As if I had been drinking, but I had not had anything this month. I'm as healthy as a horse and hit the gym 6 days a week for 1-2 hours a day, but this movie...has some weird subliminal dizziness effects. I did notice when sitting down, the effect disappear a lot, but not all. So I just wanted to let you know in case some of you are sensitive like me and have a long ways to drive...just keep this in mind before seeing the movie. Read the Tweets below and tell me if I'm alone on this one. SCW







11 comments:

  1. interesting, hypnosis and mind control have been kept under wraps since the 60's and 70's however we can not comprehend how far that dark art has advanced. best to stop watching television and going to the theatre and maybe listening to radio as it was reprogrammed in the 1930's to a detrimental hertz.

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  2. Maybe it's a good idea not to watch this movie

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  3. saw the movie now twice no problems here

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  4. Have you ever met anyone who doesn’t like movies? Not everyone likes sport, or reading books, or watching TV, but everyone loves movies.

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  5. Ive been to I MAX movies before and they seem to make me dizzy too. Altho, I've not seen one in a few years. I do not get motion sickness. Also, my kneck feels horrible as well.

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    1. I can't imagine why it happened so powerfully on me. It didn't make sense to me, but by 1st grade boy felt dizzy for a few hours...laid down of the floor as soon as we got home. lol

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  6. A combination of spectacular special effects, marginal physics and grindingly slow treacle, McConaughey pulls this one out of the fire.

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  7. Some of what ensues in a galaxy far, far away is gripping, but other sequences are prosaic.

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  8. The pace is gripping, the central performances compelling and the action sequences thrilling.

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  9. The spectacle is far more satisfying than the story ... Gorgeous, infuriating, exciting, confusing, stirring, boring, it's the film that's got it all! Totally worth your twenty bucks. Whether it's worth three hours of your time will be up to you.

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  10. I didn't understand Dennis had such a variety of sonnets in the book, so you got thema ll. This book I feel is great, since it has numerous sorts of rhyme in it, femine, manly, end, inernal, et cetera, however next to how he made them, he had a ton to say, and I figure he said it with components of jpoetry, I trust you delighted in these 126-sonnets. Walk dizzily

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