Short Film: ‘Metalosis Maligna’

metalMove over, Morgellon’s…

14 Comments on "Short Film: ‘Metalosis Maligna’"

  1. Anarchy Pony | Aug 23, 2013 at 11:27 pm |

    That is fucking cringe worthy… Yeesh.

  2. That was fucking awesome!

  3. BuzzCoastin | Aug 24, 2013 at 1:10 pm |

    the most dangerous implant is social conditioning
    but the malignancy this causes often goes undetected
    because the victims never suspect they’ve been implanted with conditioning

  4. Rua Brithem | Aug 24, 2013 at 5:18 pm |

    Such BS. This was a mockumentary created by an animation student as a part of his studies and in that respect, it’s very good. The animations is awesome in a Terminator kind of way. Metal implants cannot grow inside the human body, they can only corrode thanks to the pH of body chemistry.

    • Don’t joke! my nephew’s uncles’s cousin’s father’s daughter has MM, and its taking a toll on the family.

      • Rua Brithem | Aug 24, 2013 at 7:14 pm |

        Metallosis exists, just not to the extent that this film purports it to be, that’s why this film is so insidious – it gives half truths. Corrosion and abrasion from meal implants can lead to the build-up of metals in the soft tissue of the body. The bacteria mentioned int he film are real and not fictional. Metalosis is real can lead to pseudotumors tumours, rash and necrosis. It poisons the body. It cannot lead to the advanced stages with metal growing from your body, replacing your limbs as solid metal tissue. I’m a nurse and I personally know someone who has had metalosis. It’s debilitating and you have my heartfelt best wishes for your nephew’s uncle’s cousin’s father’s daughter.

        Try Googling metalosis maligna in Google Scholar and the only hits you’ll get are in reference to this video. Why? Why is it not coming up in medical journals? Metalosis is real, metalosis maligna as portrayed in this film is not.

        The film’s director Floris Kaayk, is quoted in the book ‘The Next Thing: Art in the Twenty-first Century’ as saying the documentary is a “fictional information-service film”. The director of the film says it’s fictional and it was an art school project.

        • Matt Staggs | Aug 25, 2013 at 10:46 am |

          That’s because you’re Googling “Metalosis” – a word in the title of the film – instead of “metallosis”, which is the name of the disease.

          • Rua Brithem | Aug 27, 2013 at 2:46 pm |

            Metallosis is a medical condition caused by the buildup of debris metal in the soft tissue of the body, not a disease; metallosis malign a does not exist; and are you saying that the title of this ‘documentary’ – metalosis maligna – is misspelled? That’s pretty sloppy documentary work if it is.

        • Calypso_1 | Aug 27, 2013 at 3:48 pm |

          S. metalomaligna is a real bacteria?

          Someone needs continuing edu credits.

    • Anthony Neilsen | Aug 26, 2013 at 1:08 pm |

      It was a give-away, when the head without a brain started to make that continuous tone!

  5. I’m going to use that term with my doctor next time. LOL He’ll be perplexed. I’ve got a failing bone and joint issue, Might as well have some fun. Yes Matt…that was cool, like most things you bring to the table.

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