Gangstalking/Mind Control In The Movies; Anatomy of the “Perfect Crime:” Including 48 films (1943 to 2021)

Compiled by Dr. Eric Karlstrom, Emeritus Professor of Geography, CSUS, Dec. 17, 2023

For an inkling of various aspects of “the program,” including what it might be like to be a Targeted Individual (TI, or Enemy of the State), check out these movies. We may speculate that these movies are essentially “predictive programming” designed to condition the public to accept and participate in this “Silent Holocaust:”

Organized Stalking (Gangstalking) Movies, Targeted Individuals, Mind Control, Electronic Harassment/Torture

1) Gaslight (1944) is a 1944 American psychological thriller film starring Charles Boyer, Ingrid Bergman, Joseph Cotten and Angela Lansbury. Adapted by John Van Druten, Walter Reisch, and John L. Balderston from Patrick Hamilton’s play Gas Light (1938), it follows a young woman (Bergman) whose husband slowly manipulates her into believing that she is descending into insanity. Gaslighting TIs in order to make them believe they are insane is one of many psychological warfare tactics deployed in organized stalking/electronic harassment operations.

2) The Manchurian Candidate (1962) with Frank Sinatra and Laurence Harvey. This political thriller depicts the mind control programming of a sleeper assassin (aka “Manchurian Candidate”). When this picture came out in 1962, the year before the JFK assassination occurred, the intelligence-military community in America had already been conducting mind control research for decades and had developed and most probably deployed the techniques of RHIC (Radio Hypnotic Intra-Cerebral Control) and EDOM (Electronic Dissolution of Memory) according to Lincoln Lawrence (a pseudonym) in “Were We Controlled?: The Assassination of President Kennedy” (1967).* (*See below).

3) Lolita is an American 1962 black comedy-psychological drama film directed by Stanley Kubrick based on the eponymous 1955 novel by Vladimir Nabokov. The film follows a middle-aged literature lecturer played by James Mason who writes as “Humbert Humbert.” “Humbert” is stalked incessantly by “Quilty,” played by Peter Sellers. Of special interest is Quilty’s preternatural, malevolent obsession with destroying Humbert’s life. That’s the spirit of gangstalking…. malicious, obsessive, relentless, and creative. In my opinion, this film, and Peter Sellers in particular, depicts the demonic obsession that perps have with destroying the lives of their prey, the targeted individuals.

4) Brainstorm (1983) starring Christopher Walken and Natalie Wood (her last film) shows early military/corporate research into brain-computer interface technologies that allow individuals using wearables to see through the eyes, hear through ears, and experience life through the senses of others. Obviously, this technology holds tremendous potential for spies, thieves, military fighters, voyeurs, sadists, and radical gamers. One military tech confides to another in the film: “It sure beats dirty magazines.”

At 1:16:44 in the film, the protagonist (Walken) hacks into the Project Brainstorm computer program and reads: “Warning: These are full sensory tapes and can be extremely harmful to use. Tape Index: Coercive Imprinting Series- Fear States, Early Trauma Random, Early Trauma Selected, Dream States (Neg and Pos), Physical Pain Threshold Series, Negative Memory Retrieval, Psychotic Episode.” These topics suggest that even in the early 1980s brain-to-computer interface technology was used in combination with MKULTRA (torture) techniques.

5) The Man With One Red Shoe (1985), a comedy starring Tom Hanks and Dabney Coleman, shows some of the intricate and diabolical CIA & NATO spying and targeting tactics being deployed against a randomly-selected and innocent civilian. The film shows many of aspects of the targeting program in a humorous way.

6) They Live (1988) starring Roddy Piper and directed by John Carpenter is a 1988 American science fiction action horror film based on the 1963 short story “Eight O’Clock in the Morning” by Ray Nelson. The film follows an unnamed drifter (Piper) who discovers through special sunglasses that the ruling class are aliens concealing their appearance and manipulating people to consume, breed, and conform to the status quo via subliminal messages in mass media (i.e., mind control). Piper, a former professional wrestler, described the film as more of a documentary than a movie….. Indeed, this film depicts the truth about how the world operates! I agree.

7) Surviving the Game (1994): A homeless man is hired as a survival guide for a group of wealthy businessmen on a hunting trip in the mountains, unaware that they are killers who hunt humans for sport. Indeed, the TI program is a recreational man-hunting game and business among other things.

8) The Game (1997) starring Michael Douglas is a dark psychological thriller that portrays how psychological warfare/organized stalking operations can destroy any citizen, in this case a billionaire financier played by Michael Douglas. The film does a particularly good job of depicting the coordinated antics of the perpetrators, who are paid actors associated with a private company. The film ends with this dark message: “Players wanted.”

9) Enemy of The State (1998) starring Will Smith, Gene Hackman, and Jon Voight shows an intense, overwhelming NSA-military attack on a lawyer (played by Will Smith) who witnesses a murder committed by the corrupt head of the NSA (National Security Agency). In the film, the US military-spy complex unleashes all its technologies and personnel available against this innocent civilian, now designated “enemy of the state” in order to cover up the murder.

strong>10) The Truman Show is a 1998 American psychological comedy-drama film directed by Peter Weir and written by Niccol. Jim Carrey stars as Truman Burbank, a man who grew up living an ordinary life that— unbeknownst to him— takes place on a large set populated by actors for a reality television show about him. The only person in the film who genuinely cares for Truman warns him: “everyone is pretending.” The film gives a good depiction of what it is like to be a TI, where one is effectively imprisoned in a fake world comprised of scripted set-ups (street theater), lies, spies, and psy-ops performed nearly continuously by paid “surveillance role players” aka “fake people-spies.” Everyone except Truman is “in on it” and is making a living by acting their parts. Truman, the only real character in the drama, is completely fooled until the end of the film when he risks his life to escape the fake world in which he is confined.

11) The Skulls (2000) The Skulls is a 2000 American thriller film directed by Rob Cohen and starring Joshua Jackson, Paul Walker and Leslie Bibb. Its plot is based upon some of the ‘conspiracy theories’ surrounding Yale University’s Skull and Bones student society. I include this film because when the young hero Luke, played by Joshua Jackson, runs afoul of the powerful Skull and Bones leadership, he is forced to fight for his life.

12) Minority Report (2002) starring Tom Cruise is an American science fiction action film loosely based on the 1956 novella “The Minority Report” by Philip K. Dick. The film is set in Washington, D.C., and Northern Virginia in the year 2054, where Precrime, a specialized police department, apprehends criminals by use of foreknowledge provided by three psychics called “precogs”. In fact, precrime has been a primary focus of all police forces for decades. Thus, in reality, 1) “pre-crime,” or pre-emptive warfare against individuals, is used as the justification for targeting innocent blacklisted “enemies of the state,” and 2) in this process, neuroweapons can not only extract and identify thoughts remotely but can also insert thoughts in someone’s mind, thereby justifying their inclusion on enemies lists. In fact, reading others’ thoughts and overwriting them electronically is a component of the military’s information warfare.

13) Control Factor (2003 TV movie) Directed by Nelson McCormick, with Adam Baldwin, Elizabeth Berkley, Tony Todd, and Conrad Dunn. An average everyman discovers he’s the unwitting target of an ultra secret domestic black-op centering on mind control. After a mysterious, disheveled man nearly kills him, insurance salesman Lance Bishop hears a voice in his head urging him to murder his wife. When he discovers he has become part of a government mind-control project, he and others similarly being experimented on fight back. This film provides an excellent depiction of some of the mind control technologies deployed in the TI (targeted individual) program, an experimental black operation or SAP (Special Access Project).

14) The Lives of Others (2006) From the Trailer: “Before the fall of the Berlin Wall, East Germany’s (“Stasi”) secret police monitored the population. Webmaster: The communist East German government enlisted from 1/6 to 1/3 of the population to spy, harrass and destroy the lives of their neighbors in a “scientific” process termed “Zersetzung” (German for “decomposition”). Jewish former Stasi-chief, Markus Wolfe, helped design and found the Department of Homeland Security, initiated the year following the Sept. 11, 2001 false-flag, synthetic, government sponsored terror attacks.

15) The Whistleblower (2010): From a review of “The Hidden Evil: The Financial Elite’s Covert War Against the Civilian Population” by Mark M. Rich on “In the movie The Whistleblower there are scenes showing gang stalking. A female UN police officer is trying to rescue some Eastern European girls who are forced to work as sex slaves at a bar. But corrupt UN police officers use gang stalking and intimidation tactics to stop her.” As the film indicates, all police are “in on it.”

16) Inception (2010); Inception is a science fiction action film written and directed by Christopher Nolan. The film stars Leonardo DiCaprio as a professional thief who steals information by infiltrating the subconscious of his targets. As noted, reading thoughts and stealing ideas through the remote application of (RF frequency) neuroweapons is an aspect of the DoD’s “information warfare.”

17) Seeking Justice (2011) (also known as Justice, and formerly titled The Hungry Rabbit Jumps). This action thriller film starring Nicolas Cage depicts a highly secretive and well-coordinated vigilante group eager to dispense “justice” on its own. In this sense, the film depicts a network of stalking perpetrators who operate outside of the law. What shadowy vigilante groups are perpetrators of these crimes in real life? There are many such, including Masons, Jews, Mormons, 7th Day Adventists, Jehovah’s Witnesses, Neighborhood Watch, CERT groups, etc.

18) All Jason Bourne movies, particularly The Bourne Legacy (2012) depict some of the high-tech military weapons equipment and military operations used to target and take out civilians. The Bourne Legacy brilliantly depicts the use of synthetic biological “enhancements” now available to super soldiers and others.

19) The Hunger Games (2012)
is a series of dystopian novels/movies written by American author Suzanne Collins. The films do a good job of depicting electronic warfare technologies as well as depicting scenarios by which victims (targets) are pitted against each other in to-the-death ritualistic murders.

20) Hyperfutura (2013) shows nonconsensual biomedical and neuro experimentation on an individual who has been blacklisted as disposable by the authorities. This portrays the DHS/FBI’s blacklisting of innocent civilians by anonymously placing them, without their their knowledge, on the Terrorist Screening Data Base (TSDB). Those who are targeted are used as nonconsensual human experimentees for neuroweapons, biomedical engineering, synthetic biology, transhumanism, and a host of other black projects or Special Access Projects (SAPs).

21) The Spark (2018) “Targeted Individuals” movie with Stephen Shellenberger and Dr. John Hall is a genuine T.I. movie from 2018 with Stephen Shellenberger (a T.I), produced with the well-known T.I. activist, Dr. John Hall; watch it here:


“It’s in the movies because it’s ‘”Predictive Programming'”! What is predictive programming? They (Freemasons and the elites) hide references in the popular media before the atrocity takes place; when the event occurs, the public has softened up, and therefore passively accepts it rather than offering resistance or opposition.”

* From #2 (The Manchurian Candidate): From an review of “Were We Controlled? The Assassination of President Kennedy” by Lincoln Lawrence (1967):

The Link Between Mind Control Experiments for the Purpose of Assassination.
April 14, 2013

“Lincoln Lawrence” has provided extensive research into successful studies in mind control between 1937 and 1967, when his book was written. His research is written with emphasis on “the Rumor” that these techniques were used on Lee Harvey Oswald and Jack Ruby to make them pawns in the assassination of President Kennedy. Not only does his presentation make more sense than any scenario presented regarding the Kennedy assassination, but what is fascinating is the successful research Lawrence presents is all before MKULTRA, the CIA’s unethical experiments on mind control, was ever exposed (1975-7 in the Church Senate hearings). In their top-secret MKULTRA and Macy Conferences projects, the CIA was using unwitting American citizens in hopes of creating “Manchurian Candidates” just as depicted by Lawrence, but this was all hidden even from the Executive Branch and Congress, until 1977, long after Lincoln Lawrence published “Were We Controlled?”

Another list, including 32 movies, some of which are the same but most of which are different is here:

Gang Stalking and Mind Control in the Movies

This link features the following 32 movies, most of which are psychological and/or sci-fi horror films….. come to think of it, much like the “gangstalking electronic torture” program itself. The Satanic and cult aspects are strongly represented here along with themes of mind control, Scientology, torture voyeurism, and artificially-induced schizophrenia. Dates of release of the movies spans the period between 1943 and 2021 and indicate the TI program extends back at least as far as the first half of the 20th century.

1) Rosemary’s Baby (1968)
2) The Truman Show (1998)
3) Society (1989)
4) The Game (1997)
5) Mother! (2017)
6) Messiah of Evil (1973)
7) Dead and Buried (1981)
8) Naked Lunch (1991)
9) The Wicker Man (1973)
10) Hot Fuzz (2007)
11) Eyes Wide Shut (1999)
12) Videodrome (1983)
13) The Conversation (2000)
14) Halloween III (1982)
15) April Fool’s Day (1986)
16) They Live (1988)
17) Seconds (1966)
18) The Man With One Red Shoe (1985)
19) The Stuff (1985)
20) Dark City (1998)
21) Jacob’s Ladder (1990)
22) Carnival of Souls (1962 and 1998)
23) Stuart Bliss (1998)
24) Matrix Resurrections (2003 and 2021)
25) Simulation of Paranoid Schizophrenia (2013)
26) L. Ron Hubbard: An Introduction to Scientology (1966)
27) The 7th Victim (1943)
28) Angel Heart (1987)
29) Star Whackers (2011)
30) Control Factor (2003)
31) Ministry of Fear (1944)
32) Clean, Shaven (1993)