The Conspiracy Review


The Conspiracy

Reviewed by David Savage

Starring: Aaron Poole and Jim Gilbert
Directed by: Christopher MacBride
Rating: 15
Running Time: 85 minutes (approx.)
Format: DVD, Blu-ray
Release Date: 14 October 2013

Two young film makers, Aaron Poole and Jim Gilbert, see a video clip on the internet of Terrance G, AKA T-Rex, a crazed conspiracy theorist preaching on the streets and were intrigued not by the video itself but the comments left by people mostly agreeing with him. Was he crazed of was he actually an intelligent man who had stumbled on to something and was trying to get the word out?

They decide to make a film about conspiracy theories and befriend Terrance who helps them with interviews about conspiracies and how they are linked. But then he vanishes without a trace!

Aaron is totally convinced that Terrance was right and becomes obsessed in trying to prove the conspiracies but also the existence of a secret  organisation, The Tarsus Club, that are trying to change the world and create a New World Order. They then embark on a mission to infiltrate the secret organisation and get video footage. They find the author of an article who seems to know more than he should and he helps then gain access, but what is his motive?

Overall, this documentary style film is nothing short of excellent. A clever mix of fact and fiction using real conspiracy theories that has you believing that it could actually be true.

A tense thriller/horror that I highly recommend. Very well made.

Rating: 5/5

Available to pr-order now on DVD & Blu-ray for release on 14 October 2013 from Amazon here.

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