A collection of widely-available film and photos from the 40's through the 90s. Boring in style. Most of the videos were not that mysterious, and the others I had already seen. Stick with the abouve two and the aforementioned Out of the Blue.
(4 out of 5 stars)
"This has some of the best footage thats out there for review. The NASA clips make the entire DVD worth the cost. I have some friends that did not share the same view I did about UFO's till they saw the NASA clips. But be prepared to see some of the biggest fakes as well. Some will have you rolling on the floor with laughter and wondering if the people who shot them though that someone was stupid enought to belive them. For the true beliver, I feel this is a must have."
A great collection of UFO footage, but beware!
Dennis Hawley | Asheville, NC | 12/12/2000
(4 out of 5 stars)
"I anxiously awaited the receipt of this DVD. Imagine my surprise (and irritation) at discovering this material was released on VHS as UFO-The Footage Archives (with an added CD-ROM contained the MJ-12 documents and other material). I bought that set (3 volumes) less than a year ago, and gave it a good review (published by Amazon) then, so I am giving it a good review now. In fact, it is recommended over the VHS version. It has added material, can be slowed down for frame-by-frame viewing, and cost less than the tape set. Still, it is irksome to find that the same material has been repackaged, renamed and resold. Someone is making money off the UFO phenomenon."
Weird - can't be easily dismissed
Nick Styles 37 | San Francisco, CA | 07/26/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Don't listen to the negative reviews - the material collected on these DVDs are sometimes multiple generation copies (would you part with original material if you had filmed it?)
There are many clips taken from multiple cameras/sources and angles and impossible to fake. Keep an open mind - you may be witnessing the real deal. It's a shame that so many people are willing to deny the evidence in front of them.
Also - to answer an earlier question from a reviewer: why are all the videos taken by amateurs and appear shaky? It's because without the aid of a stabilizing device such as a tripod it is impossible for any human being to hold a camera on full zoom perfectly straight (try it sometime if you don't believe me). The wobble is unavoidable.
Any UFO buff will find this DVD compelling and worthwhile. Recommended."
Not so complete
Edward Reischmann | Humble, TX United States | 07/30/2002
(2 out of 5 stars)
"I like the format of this DVD, they give you a location, date/time, and source of the video without narration. Excellent format, but the overall content is poor. Granted the material was not taken by Steven Spielberg, none-the-less the footage is mostly jerky (as in movement), blurred, over-saturated. As far as the content of the DVD, alot of the images appeared to be down-to-earth in explanation. Alot of the early videos, from the 40's through the 70's, were mysterious at the time as most people had no idea what an after-burner was. And anyone who has ever filled a garbage bag with a lighter-than-air gas such as helium or methane, and let it float away would recognize a good portion of the videos in this collection.The title, The Complete Evidence, may be misleading. None of the material in this DVD is classified, so the word Complete is inappropriate here. Perhaps the word Publically Available should have been substituted for the word Complete. It is reasonable to assume that the really GOOD stuff is still classified and not available to the general public. There were a couple of interesting videos that can raise an eyebrow, but all-in-all I feel this was a collection of films of military jets, experimental aircraft, balloons, bags, and a few obvious fakes. I would not recommend this DVD as supporting evidence for the existance of UFO's, the countless eyewitness testimony on record is much more persuesive. By the same token, this DVD does not provide any evidence for UFO skeptics to use either. The hoaxes are obvious hoaxes."
* ALL LITTLE SPECS *
Brainman | mARS | 01/22/2006
(1 out of 5 stars)
"Continual disappointment, bar the handful that are not blurry pin points. The best footage of the (fake?) Mexico City huge flying saucer is so overexposed on this DVD you can not ever see it!
The 2 narrators have no clue what they are seeing, and have done no research on what the clips are. I think they are UFo researchers. It's almost like any pair of people recorded in their lounge watching it for the first time, who have a bit of UFO knowledge. It gets annoying to hear every other clip - "Yeh, I think it's another weather balloon."
I understand it's no one's fault - but the aliens' - they are pricks. I just was expecting to finally see some I had not seen, preferably CLOSE UPS. There was one. The Edward Meier one out in nature, suspended motionless in air next to a coincidential tree and a must see as he zooms it into a full CLOSEUP.
Scientifically objectively, 1 star is over-generous as that is 20 percent when it's more like 2 decent.