The article highlights five movies that were unveiled at the Cannes Film Festival this year, in which "flesh eating" cannibals, from zombies to giants, were prominently featured, including Steven Spielberg's BFG, Nicolas Winding Refn’s The Neon Demon, Bruno Dumont’s Slack Bay, Julia Ducournau’s Raw and Sang-ho Yeon’s Train to Busan.
BFG - A girl named Sophie encounters the Big Friendly Giant who, despite his intimidating appearance, turns out to be a kindhearted soul who is considered an outcast by the other giants because unlike his peers refuses to eat boys and girls.
The Neon Demon - Stranger things may be afoot for this beautifully shot psychological-horror film about an aspiring model in Los Angeles (Elle Fanning, who’s worth watching in anything). Soon enough, she becomes the object of cannibalistic obsession for other women who covet her youth and beauty....
Slack Bay - But even when Dumont is “doing” funny, which he has suddenly decided he is, you need to be prepared for a bunch of people to be killed, chopped up into tiny pieces, and fed to children. Stay vigilant. There’s a real possibility in Slack Bay, Dumont’s new-in-competition period farce, that Juliette Binoche is going to get clonked on the head with an oar, dismembered, and chomped by a group of mussel-picking urchins on the Pas-de-Calais coast.
Raw - Cannibalism – it shouldn’t happen to a vet. Raw proves a bang-on title for the previously-named Grave, the inventively grisly (or gristly) genre debut by French up-and-comer Julia Ducornau. That’s because fresh meat, of various kinds, is at the centre of this femme-horror cannibal coming-of-ager.
Train To Busan - The first 15 minutes tease audiences with glimpses of zombie threat, like a shadow lunging spastically across the platform, or ominous news reports of riots in the capital. Once the infected girl claims the first victim, however, the action surges ahead with exhilarating mayhem, abetted by the claustrophobic layout of train compartments.
UNSEEN HAND GUIDING, PREPARING FOR THE RETURN OF THE GIANTS AND THEIR HUMAN APPETITES
While a couple of producers are quoted as saying the flesh eating themes are some type of "metaphor" or a "sociopolitical" statement about how the "rich are eating the poor more and more," I am reminded of quote given to me back in June 2015 by Steve Quayle, author of Genesis 6 Giants in regards to Australia's apparent fascination with giants, where he stated it was "Indicative of an unseen hand guiding, preparing the Earth for the return of the giants and their human appetites, simply stated the Fallen Angels want their children back and Satan intends to see to it."
I have invested over 30 years researching the vast history of giants. It has, for the most part, been kept from the public. Proof of giants' existence - their skeletal remains - has been quickly secreted away in obscure museums, when not destroyed. Additionally, time has cloaked and sugar-coated these creatures' true perverse nature, the majority too vile, too demonic for bedtime stories. However, history is replete with their tales of unimaginable cruelty, sexual perversity, cannibalism and pagan rituals. This is only the beginning....
In the first short video clip below, Steve joins Jim Bakker, where he explains at approximately the 1:20 minute mark that the Nephilim are the Fallen Angels, their children are referred to as the Rephaim, which are giants. As we see in the aforementioned quote from his website, Giants were flesh eating "cannibals."
That was your primer, now for the meat and potatoes of this article. It has been said by many, including Quayle, that to understand what we see happening around us, in the headlines and especially to understand the true nature of what is coming at us in the future, we have to accurately understand the past, delve behind the official narrative.... which is what Quayle's GenSix Production's True Legend series is about.
In the first video below, from SkyWatch TV, Quayle talks about the second release in the True Legend series, titled "The unHoly See," which documents the findings of the True Legend's documentary team and their expeditions, where at approximately the 24:15 minute mark, he states "The resurrection of the ancient Gods is the central theme coming from all of our studies... in other words 'They're coming back'." (More on that here)
Part two of the SkyWatch TV interview is hosted on the Steve Quayle YouTube channel where Quayle joins Tom Horn and Derek Gilbert to continue the discussion about the latest film from GenSix Productions. ‘True Legends: The Unholy See’ exploring a Vatican cover-up of the evidence for pre-flood civilization.
(Train to Busan)
When we look at the number of movies shown at Cannes, movies which will soon be released worldwide, that are focused on a "flesh eating" theme, we have to consider that there may be a more sinister motive, or an unseen guiding hand, behind the subject matter other than the dog-eat-dog world we live in. When we view this kind of content, in movies, television and video games with increasing frequency, looking at it in conjunction with what the True Legend series is uncovering and exposing, we have to at least ask the question of whether we are being prepared for the ressurrection of the ancient "gods" and their giant cannibalistic children?