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Adam Shreve's "' Beunos Noches, Mein Fuhrer': A Look at Nazism in Popular Culture" is a pretty broad look at the influence of the Third Reich on our media.

Why the Nazis and the Occult Plotlines in ' The Devil's Rock' Work so Well, a short piece on Nazi occultism in movies and why it is so effective.

All attempts by Nazi scientists to unlock the secrets of the book fail, until an Arab provides a cipher.

Director: Christian Matzke No good will ever come from an aging Nazi trying to create the Master Race from vampire blood.

Others: Hardkor '44 still seems to be in the pipeline.

Comments: As I don't have a Facebook account I cannot interact with the new comments system, so have switched it off and replaced it with a thread on the message board. Get it from the Internet Archive Scott Warrington and his hired detective, Larry Adams, arrive at an old mansion in the middle of a Louisiana swamp to meet his brother-in-law, Dr. See full summary » Director: Steve Sekely The first of a number of film's about psychic and occultist Erik Jan Hanussen who is said to have given Hitler lessons in oratory and mass psychology.

goes missing while pursuing the Holy Grail, Professor Henry "Indiana" Jones, Jr.

finds himself up against Adolf Hitler's Nazis again to stop them from obtaining its powers.

References: Nick Freeman "' A decadent appetite for the lurid'?: James Herbert, The Spear and ' Nazi Gothic'"Further reading: The Occult Roots of Nazism, as mentioned in the quote, this is one of the best researched and takes a level-headed approach to the topic as does Arktos: The Polar Myth in Science, Symbolism, and Nazi Survival.Raymond Sickinger's "Hitler and the Occult: The Magical Thinking of Adolf Hitler" is a good quick overview of the debate.Films that contain Nazi occultism, although this may grade into Nazi superscience or the supernatural where the dividing line is tricky to discern (the latter because the pseudoscience required is so extreme it almost conforms to Clarke's Third Law about science and magic), so it can touch on secret Third Reich bases in Antractica, Nazi UFOs and associated craziness.Thanks to publications like Morning of the Magicians, there is an undercurrent of suspicion that the Nazis were up to all sorts of occult hi-jinks (beyond the well-known activities of the Ahnenerbe) and these films take that ball and run with it.

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