15th Feb2015

‘Sirius’ Review

by Richard Axtell

Narrated by Thomas Jane | Featuring: Dr Steven Greer, Jack Auman, Dr Jan Bravo, Professor Robert Jacobs | Directed by Amardeep Kaleka


Sirius is a feature length documentary that follows Dr. Steven Greer – an emergency room doctor turned UFO researcher – as he struggles to disclose top secret information about classified energy & propulsion techniques.

My brain hurts. After watching Sirius, I have been bombarded with more information than I can really cope with in the space (no pun intended) of two hours. What starts off as exposing the hidden secrets in the American government soon turns into Aliens and UFOs visiting Earth and how they can be contacted and recorded through technological and spiritual means. Then we are taken back in time and told about the history of UFO visitations to Earth exploring the fact that ‘they’ might have been visiting us for years. Then we are seeing a body of maybe an alien which has been discovered. Then we are looking at the alien technology which has been replicated on earth, which leads us back to corrupt governments and then…

Oh boy. Now, I am all for Alien and UFO documentaries. Sirius is a particularly strong one with the seemingly overwhelming amount of evidence it presents to us. But therein lies the problem. It is just too much. I just could not compute everything that was being thrown at me. It feels a little bit like five documentaries in one and this is filled to the brim with scientific evidence which I don’t understand and spiritual exploration which makes me doubt their reliability. Sirius does a very unique trick by making itself seem completely believable and completely unbelievable at the same time. Obviously you will have to watch it yourself to come to your own decision but there were points where I did feel like I was being led up the garden path a bit. But then maybe the government would want me to think that. I’m onto you government!

That being said, if UFOs, conspiracy theories and the scientific realities of aliens interests you then Sirius is a great documentary to really fuel that passion. It is packed with interesting and up to date information, even with links to their website as their quest for the truth continues, which has further links to further information. Sure, the documentary is a little bit over Americanised for my tastes, but if you can look past that, you might just find something really quite interesting about life on Earth and beyond! *X Files theme starts playing*

Sirius is available on demand and digitally February 2015 and on DVD March 9th 2015.


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