There are many UFO movies to be found on the Internet. YouTube is overloaded with them. I'd say that every movie (well most every) carries with it an implicit claim, namely that UFOs (those of the alien or flying Nazi kind) exist and that the movie is evidence of this.
I posted a question on an example here and asked two questions. One was related to the movie's source which was (and is) unknown to me, the other asked for an examination of the evidence for this (implicit) UFO claim, i.e. an examination of the movie itself.
This question has been happily floating around for four months (so, apparently not too blatantly off-topic), but was suddenly closed yesterday for the following reason:
Skeptics - Stack Exchange is for challenging unreferenced notable claims, pseudoscience and biased results. There is no claim here - this is a discussion better held in a forum about video special effects.
It's true that there isn't any explicit claim in the question, but to me the claim itself is pretty obvious. Would the question be opened again if I explicitly stated the claim is that there UFOs exist and that this movie is an example of that?
And further, does the referral to video special effects sites implies that discussions about global warming should be left to sites for weather scientists, discussions about 9/11 buildings collapsing to sites for demolition experts etc. and that these kinds of discussion are wholly improper for the Skeptics StackExchange? If that's true, I'd imagine I might be able to propose a few more candidates for closure.
The FAQ states:
Skeptics is about applying skepticism — it is for researching the evidence behind claims you encounter.
I'd say my questions about the video are 'researching the evidence', but I'd be happy to learn otherwise.