Jason Bayless is a life-long activist and is currently working at The Pachamama Alliance. When he is not working he spends, working with Center for Farmworker Families and spending his time recording shows, writing blogs, collecting 3D movies, and playing VR games.
One film that is the most creepy, anticipation filled, atmosphere of doom that you will ever watch is Messiah of Evil (1973). The first five minutes of the film is enough to make you say, “What the F*CK is wrong with these people. With a film that packs such a overwhelming feeling of dread and art, I couldn’t keep to myself -so I am sharing with you.. enjoy! [singlepic id=1124 w=320 h=240 float=right]
A young woman travels to a small seaside town to search for her missing father, a local artist. There, she meets a curious *ménage a trois*: An effete researcher into ancient legends and his two female traveling companions. The uncooperative townspeople from whom they seek information resemble somnambulists, especially at night, when they gather on the beach and gaze longingly out to sea under a reddening moon. Other weird and terrifying portents soon appear: An old drunkard warns the heroine that, here, the corpses must be burned, not buried; a man offers a hitchhiker a mouse–when she refuses it, he eats it alive; tears of blood drip from the townspeople’s eyes; live insects and vermin spew from their mouths. As the heroine and her companions delve deeper into the mystery, they find themselves engulfed in cataclysmic violence, and the secret of the messiah of evil, as well as the fate of the girl’s father, transpires at last.