UFO’s, Aliens, Men in Black, Government conspiracies and agendas.
Like many people, Tom Keating thought that those things were the product of delusional minds and crackpots and was a skeptic himself until he met Spencer, a real Man in Black who was an elite insider who reveals on his deathbed the horrifying truth to the Alien Agenda.
After Spencer passes on, Tom is compelled to reveal to the world a dire warning to mankind of the pending danger from an elite organization that rules every aspect of Human Activity.
With only hours until D-Day, a team of American paratroopers drop into Nazi-occupied France to carry out a mission that’s crucial to the invasion’s success.
Tasked with destroying a radio transmitter atop a fortified church, the desperate soldiers join forces with a young French villager to penetrate the walls and take down the tower.
But, in a mysterious Nazi lab beneath the church, the outnumbered G.I.s come face-to-face with enemies unlike any the world has ever seen.
From producer J.J. Abrams, Overlord is a thrilling, pulse-pounding action adventure with a twist.
This was another assumed somewhat lower budget movie that surprised my brother GC and I by being better than we had expected.
It was actually more of a war film than you would think, it was a war film first, and a horror film second; and it managed to keep a pretty balanced tone and it never got too crazy like I thought that it would, and there was even a bit of comedy here and there without being too much.
This was a movie that many people probably passed up and/or did not know about, I do not blame them because when I saw the trailer I thought that the movie would start good as a war film but that it would get worse and more crazy, but to my surprise this movie managed to avoid that and do better than most people would think based on the trailer(s) for it.
This dream took place in maybe a video game-like dream world of maybe a video game like the video games in the anime television show Overlord combined with the video game The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim.
Inside the video game dream world was a male overconfident Ainz Ooal Gown-like character (it was not him) who had his own kingdom in the video game, and he was the creator of a Phenderix Magic Evolved-like video game magic mod for the video game that he was in.
Inside the video game some other characters were using his magic mod, one of them was maybe a man with light-color skin, and this man came to the mod creator asking for help.
The overconfident mod creator was so overconfident about the situation that was explained to him that he only summoned one skeleton from his magic mod to help the man, and he sent the man on his way.
Later the man returned to the mod creator to let him know that the one skeleton summon had not been enough, the mod creator was still overconfident, and once again he underestimated the enemy with another response that I can not remember.
This time the mod creator got to see the results of his failed overconfident response, and the enemy were getting closer and were going to be a threat to him as well so he started to panic a bit and he used the Host – Skeletal Minions magic spell to summon several skeletons who then fought the enemy.
This time things were going better but he was still worried and wondering if he should summon more summons and more powerful summons, he possibly summoned one or more Skeleton Titans to help the regular skeletons, I was possibly in the dream watching this but I am not sure (maybe I suggested that he take the enemy seriously, and start summoning more and better summons while also preparing to help them or fight if they fail).
But that is all that I can remember of this dream.
The people were using these mods to help them survive in the video game.
Ainz Ooal Gown was overconfident, made the mods quickly, kept them short & limited, thought that no one would dare attack those using his / their mods, but at least one person who was using his mods started getting attacked.