MICHAEL MOYNIHAN: Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson merely helping us open our eyes

Do you know what movie is available to watch if you have On Demand from Virgin Media? They Live.

John Carpenter made They Live 30 years ago and quite apart from the casting of Rowdy Roddy Piper in the lead, it holds up when you revisit it now.

The plot centres on Piper finding special dark glasses which reveal the reality of life: they reveal to him the subliminal messages on television screens and in magazine pictures, messages telling people to MARRY AND REPRODUCE when they see an ad with a girl in a bikini. A picture of cash tells them THIS IS YOUR GOD and the magazines say OBEY and CONSUME.

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