Trump HACK, Chris Cornell & Serial Psy ops: Jay Dyer on Boiler Room

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Join ACR hosts Hesher and Spore along with Jay Dyer from Jays Analysis (author of Esoteric Hollywood), FunkSoul & Randy J (21WIRE & ACR contributors) and Andy Nowicki, author of Conspiracy, Compliance, Control & Defiance, for the hundred and ninth episode of BOILER ROOM. Turn it up, tune in and hang with the ACR Brain-Trust for this weeks boil downs and analysis and the usual gnashing of the teeth of the political animals in the social reject club. This week on the show we’re talking about what SHOULD be the biggest story on mainstream media but isn’t, the latest revalations in the story of the death (murder) of Seth Rich, the DNC staffer who many believe to be one of the main leakers to Wikileaks during the 2016 election. Is his death a deep-state assassination? Is there a cover up under way? Is #TrumpRussia one of the convenient smoke screens to obfuscate this enormous story? You decide! The gang also talks about the death of Chris Cornell of Soundgarden and toss around ideas as to the validity of the suicide narrative coming out of the media so quickly and compare his case to a number of other high profile cases that come with some strange anomalies in their media baggage. The Serial Killer phenomena, possible Phoenix program style chaos on the sidewalks of New York and much more on this episode.


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JaysAnalysis has grown to become one of the premier film and philosophy sites on the net, showcasing the talents of Jay Dyer, whose graduate work focused on the interplay of film, geopolitics, espionage and psychological warfare.  Jay is a public speaker, lecturer, comedian and author of the popular title Esoteric Hollywood: Sex, Cults and Symbols in Film, which made it to Amazon’s No. 1 spot in its first month of release in the Film and Hollywood Category:


Known for his in-depth commentary, satire and celebrity impressions, Jay is the host of the JaysAnalysis Podcast and Esoteric Hollywood. He is also a regular contributor to 21stCenturyWire, Soul of the East and the Espionage History Archive, as well as appearing on numerous nationally syndicated radio shows, such as Ground Zero and Coast to Coast AM, as well as TV shows like Buzzsaw with Sean Stone. 

Broaching subjects as wide as satire, metaphysics, film analysis, theology, geopolitics, literature and history, as well as interviewing numerous prominent figures, Jay is academically published in peer review and has authored hundreds of articles already read by millions in just the past few years.  Jay Dyer has also co-created, written, and co-starred with Jay Weidner in a new television series titled Hollywood Decoded for Gaia based on his unique approach to film.

2 Comments on Trump HACK, Chris Cornell & Serial Psy ops: Jay Dyer on Boiler Room

  1. De Plama’s Scarface 1983 was an updated/remake of the Howard Hawks 1932 film of the same name, produced by Howard Hughes (uncredited) and the screenplay was written by Ben Hecht. Tony isn’t Cuban in the 1932 version, he is Italian and supposed to be like Al Capone. It’s worth watching both versions if you haven’t already.

    Jay, I would be very interested if you did your analysis on several of De Palma’s films. Carrie, The Fury, Sisters, Obsession, and many others. Sure, he blatantly rips off Hitchcock and numerous other film legends, but he’s one of my guilty pleasures. I truly adore some of his movies, even the “most hated” ones like Femme Fatale – which I recently viewed again and it’s chock full of symbolism and deeper meaning, but I’m sure you would see much more than I did.
    Also, when you mentioned Dave McGowan’s ideas in Programmed to Kill being depicted in Apocalypse Now, I was also reminded of the lesser De Palma movie Casualties of War depicting a bunch of rogue US military rapists in Vietnam, it’s an amazingly similar idea.

    About Chris Cornell, I keep thinking of the story of Robert Johnson selling his soul to the devil at the crossroads in exchange for musical ability playing the blues. What happens when it’s time to collect on that exchange?

  2. On IMDb, the next Brian De Palma film in pre production is called Lights Out and the plot summary is:
    “The story follows a blind Chinese girl who gets caught in a plot to expose a top-secret assassination program.”

    Well, if it doesn’t get put on the back burner like the last 4 unmade De Palma movies (because the funding dried up) this one might be very interesting!

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