1. John Carpenter's cult classic THEY LIVE (1988) was certainly a movie for its moment. It's also quite resonant today...and probably will be for the foreseeable future.


    - THEY LIVE (1988) by John Carpenter
    - THE PERVERT'S GUIDE TO IDEOLOGY (2012) by Sophie Fiennes
    - "The Making of THEY LIVE" (1988) by Larry Sulkis
    - "Alamo Drafthouse - THEY LIVE w/ John Carpenter" (June 7, 2011) by Alamo Drafthouse (youtube.com/watch?v=bAOyt37Mi5I)
    - "Morning in America" (1984) by Ronald Reagan's Presidential Reelection Campaign
    - CAPITALISM: A LOVE STORY (2009) by Michael Moore
    - "Donald Trump Presidential Campaign Announcement" (June 16, 2015) by C-SPAN
    - "Trump/They Live" T-Shirt Design ("Make America Great Again") by Mitch O'Connell (mitchoconnell.blogspot.ca/2015/09/the-real-donald-trump-revealed-youll-be.html)
    - "Trump Pledges to Renew American Dream" (November 9, 2016) by Reuters
    - Coverage of Republican Vice Presidential Candidate Paul Ryan's Campaign Stop in Danville, VA (September 19, 2012) by CNN
    - “Wealth Gap” (July 13, 2014) by Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (youtube.com/watch?v=LfgSEwjAeno)
    - "Inequality for All: Robert Reich Warns Record Income Gap Is Undermining Our Democracy" (September 13, 2013) by Democracy Now! (democracynow.org/2013/9/13/inequality_for_all_robert_reich_warns)
    - "Jobs, But No Homes: Meet the Working Homeless" (March 24th, 2014) by TODAY (today.com/video/today/54761848)
    - "Keith David on Being Homeless in THEY LIVE" by Shout! Factory (youtube.com/watch?v=kZ-SsuO0Vzs)
    - The July 19, 2012, episode of Piers Morgan Live by CNN
    - "Noam Chomsky: ‘Spending Money is Not Speech’" (March 26, 2014) by Abel Collins (youtube.com/watch?v=n9uD4bkx-JM)
    - "43 Million Americans Live in Poverty, Worry About Future" (February 3, 2017) by VOA News (youtube.com/watch?v=xrvfA5BT63o)
    - "Lawrence Lessig Talks About the Corrupting Influence of Money on Politics" (March 1, 2011) by KUT Austin (youtube.com/watch?v=J4GOx4Y3ouM)
    - "Bill Moyers Essay: The United States of Inequality" (April 11, 2013) by Moyers & Company (youtube.com/watch?v=5An1Ek8RVIc)
    - "Baltimore: 'This is What Poverty in the US Looks Like'" (March 1, 2017) by BBC News (youtube.com/watch?v=qytbhMlXltI)

    - "Wake Up" by John Carpenter and Alan Howarth from the soundtrack of THEY LIVE

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  2. For the interactive version, ticket payments, and more: fallen.io

    An animated data-driven documentary about war and peace, The Fallen of World War II looks at the human cost of the second World War and sizes up the numbers to other wars in history, including trends in recent conflicts.

    Written, directed, coded, narrated by twitter.com/neilhalloran
    Sound and music by twitter.com/Dolhaz

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