I'm not jumping on the bandwagon for "legendary" Bay Area film-collage artist Craig Baldwin. It's mildly amusing, but not great. Baldwin batters us relentlessly with images from his vast archive, but the finished product lacks the deft irony that we see, for example, in Bruce Connor's A MOVIE (1958). Fans of Mystery Science Theater 3000 may enjoy the playful use of old sci-fi clips, but this work isn't "profound".
Hysterical! A piece of "found footage" film that indeed breaks the boundaries of most genre-specific documentary subjects and pokes fun at the very medium it is complimenting. The foremost example of a conspiracy theorists essay on a controversial subject blown into the territory of the absurd. It's films like these that fuel my lack of compassion for said "enlightening" filmmakers who take themselves too seriously.