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JS32T Rhoads BK Guitar – Jackson

JS32T Rhoads BK Guitar – Jackson

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This blackened sharp class model embodies the war cry-sound of the glorifying age of heavy distorted music where rebels and freaks turned into superstars.

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Black Celebration (1986) – Depeche Mode

Black Celebration (1986) – Depeche Mode

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Death is on the air mainlining darkness into the mainstream through a polyphonic set of prodigious sounds and patterns that gracefully stumble out of adolescence.

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Seventeen Seconds (1980) – The Cure

Seventeen Seconds (1980) – The Cure

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Remarkable techno-pop depth coming from an age-old youngblood with a voice that never changed and a background that should have stayed this pure.

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Driving Miss Daisy (1989) – Bruce Beresford

Driving Miss Daisy (1989) – Bruce Beresford

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Widowed & wizened,
Jim-Crow-South,
Jewish-Princess “Outsider”
Enjoys commanding
Subordinate Blacks,

But learns to FEEL
Kinship w/ black chauffeur
While her son
Assimilates.

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Creepshow 2 (1987) – Michael Gornick

Creepshow 2 (1987) – Michael Gornick

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Good times horror flick for the underworld-savvy Rock ’n’ Roll pre-teen that has a gluttonous taste for graphically warned sex and the macabre.

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Pet Sematary (1989) – Cage Creed

Pet Sematary (1989) – Cage Creed

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A bright flame of a thespian toddler that thanks to the divine intervention of editing can do no wrong when melting the Arriflex lenses away.

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Pet Sematary (1989) – Victor Pascow

Pet Sematary (1989) – Victor Pascow

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A very gruesome but friendly ghost the way Casper was meant to be but failed miserably due to its punch-me-in-the-face tenderness.

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Pet Sematary (1989) – Louis Creed

Pet Sematary (1989) – Louis Creed

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The pater familias and owner of the Norman Rockwell house by the side of the road-rope noosing around his trophy house-wife and kids.

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Pet Sematary (1989) – Mary Lambert

Pet Sematary (1989) – Mary Lambert

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Creepy-ass piece of horror in the time-honored “Sacred Burial Ground” tradition—notable members not exceeding the number of fingers in a monkey’s paw.

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Idi i smotri/Come and See (1985) -Elem Klimov (Coincidental IMDB 25-WR)

Idi i smotri/Come and See (1985) -Elem Klimov (Coincidental IMDB 25-WR)

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“After finding an old rifle, a young boy joins the Soviet resistance movement against ruthless German forces and experiences the horrors of World War II.”

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Pet Sematary (1989) – Ellie Creed

Pet Sematary (1989) – Ellie Creed

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There’s something really naturally annoying about this child-actress’s performance that made her perfect for the part as one sides automatically with her brother instead.

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Pet Sematary (1989) – Churchill

Pet Sematary (1989) – Churchill

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There are some really interesting developments in this blue Russian cat’s character, the kind of revealing behavioral changes that are normally reserved to humans exclusively.

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Pet Sematary (1989) – Rachel Creed

Pet Sematary (1989) – Rachel Creed

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A short-haired, fair-skinned maternal beauty carrying a black hole of trauma as heavy as cement-dipped sumo wrestlers fighting in a sinking ship.

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The Serpent and the Rainbow (1988) – Wes Craven

The Serpent and the Rainbow (1988) – Wes Craven

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This film stays terrifying as it ages backwards into a welcomed relevancy that never lies. A master class of suspense, atmosphere and practical visual effects

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Raising Arizona (1987) – The Coen Brothers

Raising Arizona (1987) – The Coen Brothers

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An early proof of astounding pop-culture re-wiring prowess by bringing the screwball comedy (out of all dungeon-dead formulas) back to the mainstream

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‚Preludes & Nocturnes‘ (1989)  The Sandman #1 – Neil Gaiman

‚Preludes & Nocturnes‘ (1989) The Sandman #1 – Neil Gaiman

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Wie gestaltet man eine Einführung in ein Universum wie kein anderes? Beginnend mit einem Hauch eines Storyplots und Vorstellung des Protagonisten.
Nicht überfüllt, angemessenes Neugierpotenzial.

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In Country (1989) – Norman Jewison

In Country (1989) – Norman Jewison

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You can´t come back from a raw deal that was mainlined to you and got you grief-infected for life and just forget about it.

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Pretty Hate Machine (1989) – Nine Inch Nails

Pretty Hate Machine (1989) – Nine Inch Nails

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A much less hermetic alternative when walking down the yellow big synth-road of the late eighties industrial-music industry in search for angry dancing.

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Koyaanisqatsi (1983) – Philip Glass

Koyaanisqatsi (1983) – Philip Glass

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Life-centering original motion picture soundtrack of a one-word film that rushes through cloud-landscapes of the mind like hot iron through bible-paper.

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The Doors (1991) – Oliver Stone

The Doors (1991) – Oliver Stone

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Stunning tunnel-vision composite that is dead-determined to focus on tip-of-the-iceberg aspects of a rich and extraordinary story. Kilmer shines possessed.

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Pet Sematary (1989) – Interior Set Design

Pet Sematary (1989) – Interior Set Design

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Richly detailed, sinisterly static interior designs that are choke-full of tell-telling family items that are arteried together by old New England American gothic.

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Pet Sematary (1989) – Jud Crandall

Pet Sematary (1989) – Jud Crandall

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An agingly sweet giant fool of a man that means well but helps nothing but to accelarate what´s coming. How about minding your own business?

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…And Justice for All (1988) – Metallica

…And Justice for All (1988) – Metallica

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A Pandora´s box full of vitriolic virtuosity opened wide by the bitterness of Death (both intimate and universal) pestering the minds of grieving young men.

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Master of Puppets (1986) – Metallica

Master of Puppets (1986) – Metallica

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Cliff Burton and the Orions erect a detail-dense gothic cathedral made out of nerve cords they strum further into sublimity. These kids can rock.

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National Lampoon’s European Vacation (1985) – Amy Heckerling

National Lampoon’s European Vacation (1985) – Amy Heckerling

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The Griswold kids got much uglier but the parents expand on themselves. Chase tilts his character‘s sanity into a benchmark-trend that runs solid today.

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Hamburger Hill (1987) – John Irvin

Hamburger Hill (1987) – John Irvin

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By far the goriest, most visually grounding of the Revival-wave of vet-approved Vietnam war films that muddied the Clearwater of the late Eighties.

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Pet Sematary (1989) – Cinematography

Pet Sematary (1989) – Cinematography

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Nice & juicy saturated sky blues, grass greens, and shinny apple reds—as well as well-lit darknesses with no spared precious details to miss.

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Platoon (1986) – Oliver Stone

Platoon (1986) – Oliver Stone

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Oliver Stone’s first installment of his venerably veritable Vietnam War film trilogy, starting with his own experience as a volunteer coming from a privileged background.

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Born the Fourth of July (1989) – Oliver Stone

Born the Fourth of July (1989) – Oliver Stone

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An important story about disillusionment prevented from further skipping generations thanks to putting resources and creative control into the hands of those who lived it.

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‚Nightrain‘ (1987)  Guns ‚n‘ Roses – Appetite For Destruction

‚Nightrain‘ (1987) Guns ‚n‘ Roses – Appetite For Destruction

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Blitzschnell rast dieser kurze Zug durch den Bahnhof zwischen unseren Ohren.
Letzter Chorus legt die Vocal-Messlatte so hoch, dass heutzutage Axl selber schwindlig wird.

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The Thing (1982) – John Carpenter

The Thing (1982) – John Carpenter

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Just about the wildest cosmic cabin fever imaginable while stuck in white-desert limbo with “twelve” angry man deciding who’s next at the burning stake.

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The Hunger (1983) – Tony Scott

The Hunger (1983) – Tony Scott

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A good collection of real-life vampires that will forever walk in beauty in this string-chambered celluloid-gem that survives a handicapped subject-matter.

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Appetite For Destruction (1987) – Guns ‚n‘ Roses

Appetite For Destruction (1987) – Guns ‚n‘ Roses

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Jeder hat dieses Album was im Geburtsjahr rauskam und sich eine Bindung einredet.
Gunners ultrarohes, schweißtriefendes Debüt war es meinerseits, welche sämtliche Hardrock-Pforten öffneten.

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‚The Real Thing‘ (1989) The Real Thing – Faith No More

‚The Real Thing‘ (1989) The Real Thing – Faith No More

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Schmelztiegel von Metal, Funk, RnB.
4 Segmente: Instrumental smooth bis Mosh.
Lyrisch definierter Drogentrip, genauso am intensivsten wie beim ersten Mal.
All-time-favorite #1.

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Diary of a Madman (1981) – Ozzy Osbourne

Diary of a Madman (1981) – Ozzy Osbourne

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Certain Rhodes you take U-turn you into an instant believer. The power of a missed presence and its missed chances sounds strong and latent.

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Piece of Mind (1983) – Iron Maiden

Piece of Mind (1983) – Iron Maiden

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Swift, centrifugal riffs that are in no hurry to finalize long-trotting sound-grids. A high-flying Bruce Dickinson swishes spreadeagled between instrumental Sun-silences.

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The Border (1982) – Tony Richardson

The Border (1982) – Tony Richardson

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To monitor the fringes of the world for monsters is what the self-serrating brain of law-enforcement does best. An acquired taste in morals.

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Withnail & I (1987) – Bruce Robinson

Withnail & I (1987) – Bruce Robinson

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Here´s where you write. Delete this text to set the Word Count to back to zero but do make sure you stay between the signs.

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Once Upon a Time in America (1984) – Sergio Leone

Once Upon a Time in America (1984) – Sergio Leone

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The Italian mammoth-mama of all justifiably long, resentment-free films that is perfectly casted, filmed and performed thusly keeping the human-continuity from slipping.

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National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation (1989) – Jeremiah S. Chechik

National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation (1989) – Jeremiah S. Chechik

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An accident-chased Clark sharpens his daredevil act to get everyone closer together and share his incandescent vision of what Christmas should be all about.

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The Wraith (1986) – Mike Marvin

The Wraith (1986) – Mike Marvin

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The darkest shade of Sheen at the peak of his fountain-of-youth fame before infamy made up most of his name despite respectable nepotism.

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The King of Comedy (1982) – Martin Scorsese

The King of Comedy (1982) – Martin Scorsese

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Don’t let anybody tell you who you are all your life and be a schmuck. Period. There’s always a way and here’s one of them.

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Angel Heart (1987) – Alan Parker

Angel Heart (1987) – Alan Parker

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Harry Angel: Hey, you ever watch the Mickey Rourke Club? ‘Cause you know what today… today is? Today is Wednesday. It’s anything can happen day.

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Full Metal Jacket (1987) – Stanley Kubrick

Full Metal Jacket (1987) – Stanley Kubrick

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A two-parter prequel to “Birdy” (1984) following the character’s experience in the millitary from boot camp to combat under the name of private Joker.

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Louder than Love (1989) – Soundgarden

Louder than Love (1989) – Soundgarden

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The unmistakable push of pure life is loud, raw and true through the close-chambered vocal channels of a talent not yet spent and buried.

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Salvador (1986) – Oliver Stone

Salvador (1986) – Oliver Stone

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It starts out with an almost comical Hunter S. Thompson road-trip air, but quickly takes a wild U-Turn into “The Killing Fields” (1984).

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The Last Temptation of Christ (1988) – Martin Scorsese

The Last Temptation of Christ (1988) – Martin Scorsese

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The horrors of a corrosive fantasy that Highly Defines the ugliest sides of an already hideous humanity dead set on giving bliss a dead end.

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Seventh Son Of A Seventh Son (1988) – Iron Maiden

Seventh Son Of A Seventh Son (1988) – Iron Maiden

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Die goldenen 80er: Neun Jahre, 7 Klassikeralben, endloses Touren.
Ein letztes Mal beste Mischung aus harter Catchyness und ausatmender Epik.
Heimliche Geburt des Progressive Metal.

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This Is Spinal Tap (1984) – Rob Reiner

This Is Spinal Tap (1984) – Rob Reiner

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The Jane Fonda of rockumentaries that also happens to be a comedy that mock-documents a fictional rock band that has become realer than life.

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‚The Four Horsemen‘ (1983) Metallica – Kill‘em All

‚The Four Horsemen‘ (1983) Metallica – Kill‘em All

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Prototyp des obligatorischen zweitplatzierten Titeltracks bei noch kommenden 80er-Meisterwerken und alle Trademarks mit Auditionscharakter präsentiert.
Verständlich dass Mustaine dieses Juwel mit Megadeth nochmal rausbrachte.

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Shout at the Devil (1983) – Mötley Crüe

Shout at the Devil (1983) – Mötley Crüe

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Feel-good Hair Metal front that is well produced and full of practical ideas but its Umlaut-heart is really in the pursuit of pussy.

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Heavy Metal (1981) – Gerald Potterton

Heavy Metal (1981) – Gerald Potterton

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Fantastic hand-drawn animation that floods the viewer with imagination while drowning itself dry with the classic form and purpose of an anthological rollercoaster ride.

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Wicked Game (1989) – Chris Isaak

Wicked Game (1989) – Chris Isaak

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Laid-back melancholy song that sounds the the thresholds of discomfort by surfing the pleasure-pain coast around waters of remorseful memory, hope and desire.

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The Return of Bruno (1987) – Bruce Willis

The Return of Bruno (1987) – Bruce Willis

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An album title that brings at least two questions to mind with a cover photo showing a two-faced Bruce Willis that we still trust.

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The Verdict (1982) – Sidney Lumet

The Verdict (1982) – Sidney Lumet

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Last chance for a hearse-chaser to make things right after a punch of clarity connects with his comatose sense of empathy. Newman. Mamet. Willis.

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Heavy Metal Mania EP (1980) Hölöcäust – Phoenix Records & Filmworks

Heavy Metal Mania EP (1980) Hölöcäust – Phoenix Records & Filmworks

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Motörhead made the Umlaut „salo(o)nfähig“, british comrades Hölöcäust are riding the NWOBHM-wagon into cringeworthier territory with hardrock histrionic type-singing.

Thank satan it’s 1980.

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Ride the Lightning (1984) – Metallica

Ride the Lightning (1984) – Metallica

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From electric blue to Sabbath-black, this rabid factory-machine stainlessly steals the motor-breath out of you while chromatically ascending your will to live.

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Throw Momma from the Train (1987) – Danny DeVito

Throw Momma from the Train (1987) – Danny DeVito

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Strangers on a Hitchcock trail of Oedipus-fears unbalancing one another away from the spinelessness they choke with. DeVito and Ramsey shine with tremendous enthusiasm.

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Beetlejuice (1988) – Tim Burton

Beetlejuice (1988) – Tim Burton

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BEETLEJUICE is the American Monthy Python. BEETLEJUICE is an 80’s German Expressionism medallion pierced cleanly by Keaton’s sharp comedic perfection. BEETLEJUICE reads like stereo instructions.

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Kill ´Em All (1983) – Metallica

Kill ´Em All (1983) – Metallica

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Masterful rite-of-passage stroke of brilliance by the four young-horsemen of the Apocalypse carrying all the piss, jizz and vinegar in the world.

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Star Wars Episode V:  The Empire Strikes Back (1980) – George Lucas

Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back (1980) – George Lucas

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Unumstößliche Höhepunkt einer Saga auf Gipfel von Handlung/ Technik.
Kontroverses „böses“ Ende und DER Plot Twist überhaupt müssen damals viele Filmemacher/ Kinogänger markerschütternd beeinträchtigt haben.

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It (1986) – Stephen King

It (1986) – Stephen King

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Celebrated fictional catalogue of the full spectrum of fears and desires absorbing childhood featuring a commitment-length traditionally popular with religious scriptures and phone books.

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Mishima: A Life in Four Chapters (1985) – Paul Schrader

Mishima: A Life in Four Chapters (1985) – Paul Schrader

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The tsunami-ing intensity of Japanese culture in a “fissional” example that polishes every single shard coming out of its smashed mirror of a portrait.

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Down and Out in Beverly Hills (1986) – Paul Mazursky

Down and Out in Beverly Hills (1986) – Paul Mazursky

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What´s in the mind of a man sheltering competing strangers other than the good ol´ Death-wish asking the betrothed to collect their scattered spouses.

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Powerslave (1984) – Iron Maiden

Powerslave (1984) – Iron Maiden

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Könige der Albencover in oriantalischer Hitze und ägyptischer Mythologie. Angebeteter Eddie fliegt und lässt Klingen aufblitzen. Bestes Solo im Titeltrack und progressive Schiffsreise im Closer.

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Nothing but Trouble (1989) – Dan Aykroyd

Nothing but Trouble (1989) – Dan Aykroyd

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This is what happens when cocaine and a healthy budget meet each other, fall deeply in love and decide to make a beautiful baby together.

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Practice What You Preach (1989) – Testament

Practice What You Preach (1989) – Testament

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It boggles the mind that these gentlemen continue to be perceived as lesser than Anthrax. Trash-talking Testament should be a Thrash-preacher´s pet peeve.

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Blood Simple (1984) – The Coen Brothers

Blood Simple (1984) – The Coen Brothers

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Strong start for one of the strongest creative duos soldered together by nature and tried to be separated by none. A text-book student film.

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Altars Of Madness (1989) – Morbid Angel

Altars Of Madness (1989) – Morbid Angel

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80er Metal Nachwirkungen, originelles Cover, Solo an Solo, fanatischer Okkultismus – Diese Death Metal-Blaupause mit ihrem Florida-Sound bahnt unendlich viele Wege für kommende Großtaten.

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Sid and Nancy (1986) – Alex Cox

Sid and Nancy (1986) – Alex Cox

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An extraordinary film with an even better cast. Gary Oldman´s true Ludwig van Beethoven performance shining through the life of a talentless but charismatic kid.

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The Shining (1980) – Stanley Kubrick

The Shining (1980) – Stanley Kubrick

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There´s a lot of lack of fidelity to source material but the audio-visual aura is enchanting and inviting enough to bounce like a baseball.

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The Real Thing (1989) – Faith No More

The Real Thing (1989) – Faith No More

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Neben Anselmos Pantera-Einstieg hob auch ein gewisser Patton eine Band auf komplett anderes Level. Funk und Rap fusioniert mit Metal passierte bereits vor RATM.

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Blizzard of Ozz (1980) – Ozzy Osbourne

Blizzard of Ozz (1980) – Ozzy Osbourne

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The Blizzard of Randy Rhodes and the Chris Farley of Heavy Metal (or vice-versa) making the stuff Tenacious D’s wet-dreams are made of.

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