“Brand New Cherry Flavor” is a Netflix series about an aspiring movie director who gets involved with a Hollywood witch. Here’s how the crazy events of this series relate to the dark practices that actually happen in Hollywood … behind closed doors.
Vigilant Citizen – Sept 21, 2021
Warning: Gigantic spoilers ahead!
If I had to sum up Brand New Cherry Flavor (BNCF) in one word, it would probably be “puke”. Because, for one, there’s a whole lot of puking going on in that series. Second, there are lots of gory, disgusting scenes that I’d like to block out of my memory forever. But the most “pukey” aspect of this series is the fact that most of its insane and surreal events are inspired by real life.
“Even the part where the witch turns people into slave zombies?”. Yes.
In many ways, BNCF is reminiscent of movies such as Mullholland Drive and The Neon Demon which are about young talents trying to make it to Hollywood … only to discover that there’s something terribly wrong with it. In fact, BNCF and The Neon Demon are both centered around the same exact symbolism.
The promotional posters of BNCF and The Neon Demon focus on the same exact symbol: An eyeball being eaten.
BNCF and The Neon Demon are both about Hollywood being run by evil, murderous, cannibalistic witches. And, in both, there’s a scene where an actress/model eats an actual eyeball. What does it represent? Many things. But mainly, the soul-deadening sacrifice one must make to the occult elite in order to succeed in the entertainment industry. As seen in countless articles in the past, the one-eye sign is the favorite symbol of the occult elite. Portraying artists swallowing an eye (which is also an act of cannibalism) is the perfect symbol representing the selling of one’s soul.
The entire BNCF series has an obsessive fixation with the one-eye sign – it is everywhere, all the time. That’s a way of letting viewers know that the horrific and disgusting that happen in the series are not just “entertainment”. It’s the occult elite revealing its true ugly face. And having the viewers think it’s cool, sexy, and “empowering”. Here’s a look at key events in the series and how they relate in “real life” Hollywood.