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Dahmer – Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story (2022) – Ian Brennan & Ryan Murphy

Dahmer – Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story (2022) – Ian Brennan & Ryan Murphy

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Intimate acid dive into the stolen perspectives of the Dahmer-ed down victims of a seemingly parental crime that got out of God´s wrathful hand.

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Arizona Dream (1993) – Emir Kusturica

Arizona Dream (1993) – Emir Kusturica

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Vincent‘s natural performance gallantly steals an already stolen picture show navigated by a loud but warm director who makes the whole thing fly just right.

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Trees Lounge (1996) – Steve Buscemi

Trees Lounge (1996) – Steve Buscemi

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Likeable round around Buscemi´s past featuring family and settings no one would object to watch other than a certain female interest that feels uncomfortably young.

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Crimson Tide (1995) – Tony Scott

Crimson Tide (1995) – Tony Scott

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Locked in a claustrophobic tea kettle, witnessing the boiling point of seasoned people pushing their morals against each other.
Hackman & Washington in superb opposition.

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Before Sunrise (1995) – Richard Linklater

Before Sunrise (1995) – Richard Linklater

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Recognizing the opportunistic signs that bring one closer to one’s desire for fateful belonging requires the open mindfulness of a wanderer living in the moment.

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Lou – Fight Club (1999)

Lou – Fight Club (1999)

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He’ll sock it to you like a bag of alkaline Christmas chimney bricks that used to be sweet but now burn through charm and bone.

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THE HOUSE OF SPIRITS (1993) – BILLIE AUGUST

THE HOUSE OF SPIRITS (1993) – BILLIE AUGUST

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Creeping historical “hacienda”-ascension story full of good people playing uglier-than-fiction roles to cherry things on top of sourly majestic interior/exterior shots.

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‚I Want You‘ Music Video (1995) Madonna feat. Massive Attack – Earle Sebastian

‚I Want You‘ Music Video (1995) Madonna feat. Massive Attack – Earle Sebastian

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A revealing Madonna within a bond-esque vibe – that’s exactly enough to fill a man’s void of lustful dreams for 6 and a half minutes.

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Go (1999) – Doug Liman

Go (1999) – Doug Liman

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Influenced by ‚Pulp Fiction‘ and early Kevin Smith  genius, this film belongs to the 90s feelgood-underground pantheon.

A fast burn with warm narcotic release.

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U Turn (1997) – Oliver Stone

U Turn (1997) – Oliver Stone

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A big booty in the desert magnetically pulls sore strangers and their dry behavioural rage together to visit the normally closed off parts of hell.

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Death of Yugoslavia (1995) – BBC

Death of Yugoslavia (1995) – BBC

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A fresh and detailed Balkan-conflict account audio-visually narrated in such a perfect crew-cut way that´s bound to blow any Ken Burns away.

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Se7en (1995) – David Fincher

Se7en (1995) – David Fincher

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Tall, biblical thriller that out-of-the-box polishes and replenishes audiovisual standards up to a stern point of absurdity where nothing ends before pain.

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Basic Instincts (1992) – Paul Verhoeven

Basic Instincts (1992) – Paul Verhoeven

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Classiest porn noir of the century with a truly horny Douglas who keeps the viewer interested after manually climaxing for the first couple of times.

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Spiderland (1991) – Slint

Spiderland (1991) – Slint

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Dry up to caustic but full of silver guts bravado and true no-nonsense resuscitation that domestically questions everything that´s drowning in its quarrel-lake.

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Robert Paulsen – The Fight Club (1999)

Robert Paulsen – The Fight Club (1999)

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His name is Robert Paulsen and his tits are not as large as his wounded heart which bleeds loud & clear like testicular cancer does.

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Rushmore (1998) – Wes Anderson

Rushmore (1998) – Wes Anderson

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Strongly-subtle dark comedy that can for days on end make one consistently laugh out loud at punch-line silences that stitch to the mind.

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Basquiat (1996) – Julian Schnabel

Basquiat (1996) – Julian Schnabel

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Talent-heavy (cast-wise) downer about a man who erases his own by hiding behind an embalming hype that far outlasts its allotted 15 minutes.

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The Virgin Suicides (1999) – Sofia Coppola

The Virgin Suicides (1999) – Sofia Coppola

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A clandestine teenage brothel run by hard loving parents who keep basking in God´s rain right where the moral crater seems to bleed the most.

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Bram Stoker’s Dracula (1992) – Francis Ford Coppola

Bram Stoker’s Dracula (1992) – Francis Ford Coppola

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Not even partially dubious casting could jinx this blood-ruby of classy kitsch—carved out of morbid fascination and respect for the franchise´s original outputs.

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Bram Stoker’s Dracula: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (1992) – Wojyciech Kilar

Bram Stoker’s Dracula: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (1992) – Wojyciech Kilar

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It turns & churns its lyrical core longingly while secreting stringed beauty made fragile again and again by dramatic orchestral chords that rage with urge.

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Hospital Hallway Scene – The Exorcist III (1990)

Hospital Hallway Scene – The Exorcist III (1990)

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Fast zoom accompanied by a silence-piercing musical sting hits like a battering ram and leaves your heart throbbing in horrific awe.

Jump-scare masterclass.

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Tabasco Mosquito Commercial project (1998) – Tabasco

Tabasco Mosquito Commercial project (1998) – Tabasco

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Every TV commercial should be exactly this long and at least this fun not to just suck the blood out of our lifetime and cash.

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Down on the Upside  (1996) – Soundgarden

Down on the Upside (1996) – Soundgarden

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Taut-tight effort from an established career-place where drums relentlessly support a steel-stringed trampoline for the instrumental human-voice to jump around ranges.

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Becoming X (1996) – Sneaker Pimps

Becoming X (1996) – Sneaker Pimps

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Good bad-girl song-set that studiedly teases the strung-out listener with a sensually anaesthetic voice that slides gently while burning with revengeful lyrics.

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Dazed and Confused (1993) – Richard Linklater

Dazed and Confused (1993) – Richard Linklater

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Time-honored period-film that simply and independently pulls off a believable vintage-vibe by bringing out big nuances out of very small-town things.

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Euphoria Morning (1999) – Chris Cornell

Euphoria Morning (1999) – Chris Cornell

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It sifts true, strong emotions through the punitive barriers of commercial expectancy—afloat from the then gouged-out Grounge that originally propelled this fallen angel.

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In the Aeroplane Over the Sea (1998) – Neutral Milk Hotel

In the Aeroplane Over the Sea (1998) – Neutral Milk Hotel

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Upbeat melancholy raft-ride that´s full of genuine quirkiness and maritime-saltiness that feels bittersweet and soberly sad. Trumpeting ever so slightly while floating around.

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The Piano (1993) – Jane Campion

The Piano (1993) – Jane Campion

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Kurt Cobain´s last watched film: kiwi period piece that is really about prostitution rather than repressed passions juicing through the colourful cracks of dark colonialism.

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Fight Club (1999) – David Fincher

Fight Club (1999) – David Fincher

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Childless & sleepless, guy asks mirror, “What’s it all about, Alpha? Is it just for Ikea I live?” Mirror answers: “Oil & water mix explosively.”

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Happiness in Slavery (1994) – Nine Inch Nails

Happiness in Slavery (1994) – Nine Inch Nails

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I get the feeling that back then it would be weird not to break your instruments on stage so one just had to do it.

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Thursday (1998) – Skip Woods

Thursday (1998) – Skip Woods

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Brightly lit indie truffle full of good dialog with intimately framed characters who are strong in blood and flavor including the most fatal femme fatale.

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Leaving Las Vegas (1995) – Mike Figgis

Leaving Las Vegas (1995) – Mike Figgis

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Shue deeps her toes into cinematic greatness in an emotionally productive codependent-relationship with a very fine Nicolas Cage who gently escorts her around hell.

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Dirt (1992) – Alice In Chains

Dirt (1992) – Alice In Chains

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Down in a hole underneath them bones with your junkhead full of dirt.
Would hate to feel this, but Lane sang it
Melancholic God’s smack.

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Cape Fear (1991) – Martin Scorsese

Cape Fear (1991) – Martin Scorsese

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Never underestimate the pain resolutions of those who’ve have been wronged by you. A cautionary moral mortality story in which everybody loses and were entertained.

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Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas (1998) – Terry Gilliam (Coincidental iTunes 25-WR by Gixxer k4)

Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas (1998) – Terry Gilliam (Coincidental iTunes 25-WR by Gixxer k4)

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“Geiler Film hab mich tot gelacht als ich den zum ersten Mal gesehen habe. Ich will dir doch nur ein Z in die Stirn ritzen.”

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Buffalo ’66 (1998) – Vincent Gallo

Buffalo ’66 (1998) – Vincent Gallo

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All romantic comedies should be independent passion projects by law, the breaking of which should be punished by force feeding the perpetrator with commercial crap.

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Gia (1998) – Michael Cristofer

Gia (1998) – Michael Cristofer

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Being hot and wanted worked the opposite way inside the self-repelling time bomb that Gia Carangi really was. A flawlessly executed plead for caution.

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Leaving Las Vegas (1995) -Mike Figgis

Leaving Las Vegas (1995) -Mike Figgis

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Suicide is not painless, and drinking yourself to death has got to be one of the worst ways to check out of this world affair.

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To Die For (1995) – Gus Van Sant

To Die For (1995) – Gus Van Sant

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I’d die for her in a heartbeat, wouldn’t anybody? No. Nothing like a motion picture to illustrate the obsessive use of externally abusive internal agendas.

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The Good Son (1993) – Joseph Ruben

The Good Son (1993) – Joseph Ruben

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All gimmicks are truisms, and all truisms are true. A truly messed up kid portrayed as perfectly as a veteran Shakespearean hand playing a glove.

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Falling Down (1993) – Prendergast

Falling Down (1993) – Prendergast

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An observant man who does not believe in the shutdown-retirement of duty and is blasphemed by the terrifying prospect of losing his existential stress.

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The Fat of the Land (1997) – The Prodigy

The Fat of the Land (1997) – The Prodigy

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The turning point for an underground project that successfully synched itself up to the pre-globalized world chaos around and churned its fears into butter.

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The People Under the Stairs (1991) – Wes Craven

The People Under the Stairs (1991) – Wes Craven

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Twin Peaks (1990-1991) meets the Shining (1980) during the well-manored, palm-treed night vision period of the Golf War. Sometimes in is out.

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Falling Down (1993) – Seedy Guy in Park

Falling Down (1993) – Seedy Guy in Park

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The epitome of the parasitical social sociopath and the dark behavioral counterpart of Seinfeld‘s (1989-1998) Kramer if let loose in the park long enough.

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Falling Down (1993) – D-Fens

Falling Down (1993) – D-Fens

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A man walking in the hottest of days with a rainless cloud above his head one drop away from spilling blood all over the place.

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The Cable Guy (1996) – Ben Stiller (Coincidental IMDB 25-WR)

The Cable Guy (1996) – Ben Stiller (Coincidental IMDB 25-WR)

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“A lonely and mentally disturbed cable guy raised on television just wants a new friend, but his target, a designer, rejects him, with bad consequences.”

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Lost Highway (1997) – David Lynch (Coincidental 25-WR by David Sterritt from the Christian Science Monitor)

Lost Highway (1997) – David Lynch (Coincidental 25-WR by David Sterritt from the Christian Science Monitor)

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“The film actually deserves four stars for its imaginative style and astonishing suspense, zero stars for its shameless exploitation of violent shocks and loveless sensuality.”

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Bram Stoker’s Dracula (1992) – Francis Ford Coppola (Coincidental IMDB 25-WR)

Bram Stoker’s Dracula (1992) – Francis Ford Coppola (Coincidental IMDB 25-WR)

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“The centuries old vampire Count Dracula comes to England to seduce his barrister Jonathan Harker’s fiancée Mina Murray and inflict havoc in the foreign land.”

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Trainspotting (1996) – Danny Boyle (Coincidental IMDB 25-WR)

Trainspotting (1996) – Danny Boyle (Coincidental IMDB 25-WR)

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“Renton, deeply immersed in the Edinburgh drug scene, tries to clean up and get out, despite the allure of the drugs and influence of friends.”

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Spider-Man 90s Series (1993-98)

Spider-Man 90s Series (1993-98)

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Eine der einflussreichsten Comicheldenadaption welche immense Wirkung auf folgende Comics und Verfilmungen hat.
Spidey war davor wie auch danach (für mich) nie wieder so authentisch.

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The Ren & Stimpy Show (1991-1996)

The Ren & Stimpy Show (1991-1996)

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Pioneering-gross, weird and wonderful. Perfect for adults who grew up with Tom & Jerry, Tex Avery, Film Noir, the Rat Pack and classical music.

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The Blair Witch Project (1999) – Daniel Myrick, Eduardo Sánchez (Coincidental IMDB 25-WR)

The Blair Witch Project (1999) – Daniel Myrick, Eduardo Sánchez (Coincidental IMDB 25-WR)

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“Three film students vanish after traveling into a Maryland forest to film a documentary on the local Blair Witch legend, leaving only their footage behind.”

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Dead Man (1995) – Jim Jarmusch

Dead Man (1995) – Jim Jarmusch

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A magic potion picture film that blatantly discriminates color and is heavy and greasy to the touch with high-contrasting characters gunned out of lead.

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What About Bob? (1991) – Frank Oz

What About Bob? (1991) – Frank Oz

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Hey, don´t hassle Bob, he´s alright and local. Hassle yourself into a new reality instead, because the one you know does does not apply anymore.

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Da hong deng long gao gao gua/Raise the Red Lantern (1991) –  Yimou Zhang (Coincidental IMDB 25-WR)

Da hong deng long gao gao gua/Raise the Red Lantern (1991) – Yimou Zhang (Coincidental IMDB 25-WR)

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“A young woman becomes the fourth wife of a wealthy lord, and must learn to live with the strict rules and tensions within the household.”

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Sunday (1998) – Harmony Korine

Sunday (1998) – Harmony Korine

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Just like with football stadiums and length, Culkin himself has become an unofficial time-measurement unit for those who´ve witnessed him grow up on screen.

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The Thin Red Line (1998) – Terrence Malick

The Thin Red Line (1998) – Terrence Malick

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With crew, cut, script, cast and sound of high enough caliber can this force of nature celluloid projectile blow up any line to kingdom come.

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Casino (1995) – Martin Scorsese

Casino (1995) – Martin Scorsese

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Glorious continuation to the perfect film that Goodfellas (1987) already is, magnifying the produce from every technical artistic prowess displayed before into another real story.

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Goodfellas (1990) – Martin Scorsese

Goodfellas (1990) – Martin Scorsese

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Ask Johnny Two-Times how funny does he think this based-on-true-events mob movie is, and exactly how is it amusing and entertaining.

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The War Zone (1999) – Tim Roth

The War Zone (1999) – Tim Roth

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Tremendous downer that is no way shape or form meant to be pleasant—by one of the most charming and universally acclaimed actors out there.

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Live Through This (1994) – Hole

Live Through This (1994) – Hole

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Female perspective for angry teenage output and the start of a legitimate life long rebellion hopefully used to make an album once all grown up.

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Resident Evil (1996) – Capcom

Resident Evil (1996) – Capcom

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Intro eines ‚The Room’ Kalibers, peinliche Wortspiele („Jill Sandwich“), grelle Farben, Hund-aus-Fenster Jumpscare. Das alles und viel mehr verhalfen zum Kultstatus.

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The Fragile (1999) – Nine Inch Nails

The Fragile (1999) – Nine Inch Nails

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It lacks a solid sound-slate design like the one “The Downward Spiral” has giving it a decentralized feeling somewhat affecting the old attention-span.

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Falling Down (1993) – Joel Schumacher

Falling Down (1993) – Joel Schumacher

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Jeder kennt diese Tage wo eine Kette von schlechten Ereignissen das Fass zum Überlaufen bringen.
Doch wer ist der Gute/Böse?
Midlife-Crisis auf Speed.

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Gummo (1997) – Harmony Korine

Gummo (1997) – Harmony Korine

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Midwestern white trash at its ingrown-peak shown under neutral autopsy lights instead of the usual ridicule a John Waters satire would no doubt use.

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Falling Down (1993) – Surplus Store Owner

Falling Down (1993) – Surplus Store Owner

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A compressed symptom-centipede happy to impose who cuts and salts every social nerve-ending that tries to bounce him off while panting for closure.

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Falling Down (1993) – Frank the Golfer

Falling Down (1993) – Frank the Golfer

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A universe-centering old man who confidently swings the worldly rules of gravity and decorum out of balance in order to get his balls around.

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Barton Fink (1991) – The Coen Brothers

Barton Fink (1991) – The Coen Brothers

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When the salesman is Death and not the other way around the block of sanity that keeps peeling off in blind corridors of walled desires.

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Miller’s Crossing (1990) – The Coen Brothers

Miller’s Crossing (1990) – The Coen Brothers

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Drinking is no lubricant but a lifestyle. A hat is not an object but a character that wears you on while you try staying lubricated.

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„Have you ever been in love?…“ Quote (1996) – ’The Kindly Ones‘, The Sandman #9 – Neil Gaiman

„Have you ever been in love?…“ Quote (1996) – ’The Kindly Ones‘, The Sandman #9 – Neil Gaiman

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Brennend und nachhaltig wie eine hoch konzentrierte Säurenadel in‘s weiche Wollherz.
Die größte poetisch ausgeblutete Wahrheit findet selbst in Gaimans Fantasy Epos ihren berechtigten Ehrenplatz.

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‚The Doll‘s House‘ (1990)  The Sandman #2 – Neil Gaiman

‚The Doll‘s House‘ (1990) The Sandman #2 – Neil Gaiman

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Prolog: Plötzlich Afrika, anderes Zeitalter.
Nach diesem ungewöhnlich interessanten Ausflug verfolgt Leser den Protagonisten zur Handlung dieses Bandes.
Schichten um Schichten schälen wir uns vor…

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‚Dream Country‘ (1991)  The Sandman #3 – Neil Gaiman

‚Dream Country‘ (1991) The Sandman #3 – Neil Gaiman

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Es grenzt an Wahnsinn was ein dünner Comic an Dichte von bedeutenden Künstlerreferenzen und wunderbaren Kurzgeschichten beinhalten kann.
Shakespeare würde von solch magischem Stil „träumen.“

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Office Space (1999) – Mike Judge

Office Space (1999) – Mike Judge

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The breaking point in a man’s heart & mind contains nothing but shards of echoing contempt in his biosphere whereas others are martialled by cubicles.

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Interview the Vampire: the Vampire Chronicles (1994) – Neil Jordan

Interview the Vampire: the Vampire Chronicles (1994) – Neil Jordan

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One of the top ten (one can only wish there’d be so many) GOOD Hollywood vampire flicks that doesn’t feel like a lame juvenile setup.

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Maverick (1994) – Richard Donner

Maverick (1994) – Richard Donner

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“What good is an empty chair?” We have here a silver-tongued sharp-shooter poisonous charmer (who´s obviously up no fucking good) wanting to sit!

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Kingpin (1996) – The Farrelly Brothers

Kingpin (1996) – The Farrelly Brothers

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The pain of being a has-been and staying hooked in the past with one hand while trying to make yourself vomit with the other.

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The Long Hard Road Out of Hell (1998) – Marilyn Manson, Neil Strauss

The Long Hard Road Out of Hell (1998) – Marilyn Manson, Neil Strauss

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From recorded dictations, interviews and diary entries all dolled up by a ghost with a name working for The New York Times. Time anchored read.

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Mechanical Animals (1998) – Marilyn Manson

Mechanical Animals (1998) – Marilyn Manson

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An impeccable Rock & Roll concept-album of evocative stereo-sterility shining strong but cold with light-bending rhymes of emotional implosion and consensual descent.

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Smells Like Children (1995) – Marilyn Manson

Smells Like Children (1995) – Marilyn Manson

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Sociopathic Extended-Play filler, mined-fuck with a couple of razor-sharp song-hooks giving a fake sense of familiarity and safety to dumb trespassers.

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The English Patient (1996) – Anthony Minghella

The English Patient (1996) – Anthony Minghella

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A closer full-color look into the lives, intrigues and conflicts of human mammals in the arid 40’s desert environment by the International Geographic channel.

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Crumb (1994) – Terry Zwigoff

Crumb (1994) – Terry Zwigoff

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So you think your family is weird? Brace yourself for the real deal. Unforgettable documentary showing more involvement than the genre ever intended to have.

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Motorama (1991) – Barry Shils

Motorama (1991) – Barry Shils

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The “Myth of Sisyphus” for the self-made kid stuck in a cartoonish world unsupervised by dim-burnouts soiling the oily ground that spawned them.

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In the Mouth of Madness (1994) – John Carpenter

In the Mouth of Madness (1994) – John Carpenter

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“Do you read Sutter Cane?” No, but I know H. P. Lovecraft and this is a direct homage. A teenage trip I´m proud to like.

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Wild at Heart (1990) – David Lynch

Wild at Heart (1990) – David Lynch

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Rare, inextinguishable desert eagle of directorial dedication and infinitesimal-involvement that relays on meditation to sink within and come out ultimately with practical plastic art.

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The Big Lebowski (1998) – The Coen Brothers

The Big Lebowski (1998) – The Coen Brothers

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From a jurassic VHS era where unpopular releases survived by the skin of their toothless box-office insignificance to now when people can’t get enough.

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The Road to Wellville (1994) – Alan Parker

The Road to Wellville (1994) – Alan Parker

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Never neglect a beautiful woman the doctor says. You better do what he says or he´ll be sure to beat the Kelloggs out of you.

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Twelve Monkeys (1995) – Terry Gilliam

Twelve Monkeys (1995) – Terry Gilliam

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Fantastic paradoxed-up, apocalyptic flick that makes us feel like we´re hanging tight to the hero´s back the way baby monkeys would in the wild.

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Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991) – James Cameron

Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991) – James Cameron

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The Heather Graham of good, smart, gracefully aging action films that´s also one of those rare cases in which the sequel improves on the original.

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The Big Lebowski (1998) – T-Bone Burnett

The Big Lebowski (1998) – T-Bone Burnett

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A bombastic sound-piñata that’s sectionally in-and-out of beautiful nonesense that keeps firing up until the chamber is empty and finally goes “click.”

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Summer of Sam (1999) – Spike Lee

Summer of Sam (1999) – Spike Lee

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Everyone curses except for the killer and his dog in the hot and sticky summer of our discontent made glorious winter by this fucking masterpiece.

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Female Perversions (1996) – Susan Streitfeld

Female Perversions (1996) – Susan Streitfeld

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The ticking time-bomb that appearances really are and the pale, psychotic knuckles betraying the grabbing on to it. Tilda swings herself away in submersion.

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The Crow (1994) – Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

The Crow (1994) – Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

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I think we can all agree at this point that this is a good soundtrack coming from a terrible movie nobodöy should bother with. Period.

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No Excuses (1994) Jar Of Flies –  Alice In Chains

No Excuses (1994) Jar Of Flies – Alice In Chains

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Hitsingle der Akustik EP thematisiert über Freundschaft und Versprechungen und enthält eine ansteckende Gesangsharmonie.
Das Duo Staley & Cantrell ergänzt sich wie kaum ein anderes.

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‚Outshined‘ (1991) Bad Motorfinger –  Soundgarden

‚Outshined‘ (1991) Bad Motorfinger – Soundgarden

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10-Jähriger wird unerwartet beim Road Rash spielen mit diesem infektiösen Groove konfrontiert…
„Looking Californa and feeling Minnesota“, heute noch die originellste und zusagendste Lyricline.

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Hearts of Darkness: A Filmmaker´s Apocalypse (1991) – Fax Bah

Hearts of Darkness: A Filmmaker´s Apocalypse (1991) – Fax Bah

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Eleanor Coppola´s heart is really where this film-of-a-film is coming from. It domestically follows her husband´s dive into the spreading jungle darkness.

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Boogie Nights (1997) – Paul Thomas Anderson

Boogie Nights (1997) – Paul Thomas Anderson

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The wonderful places you end up in when you’ve got nowhere to come back to. Fear and desire can spawn lots out of an edge.

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Vulgar Display of Power (1992) – Pantera

Vulgar Display of Power (1992) – Pantera

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There is nothing vulgar whatsoever about this accomplished Heavy Metal album that conveys hollow-filling lyricism preciously percolated through loss, disappointment and (ultimately) constructive anger.

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Antichrist Superstar (1996) – Marilyn Manson

Antichrist Superstar (1996) – Marilyn Manson

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Conquering self-pity with heart, mind and complacent malice. A premonition revenge story by a brilliant tributist who brought hell to those who doubted him.

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Falling Down (1993) – Joel Schumacher

Falling Down (1993) – Joel Schumacher

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Is human decency economically viable? A day in the life of a middle-aged, divorced family-man going through the existential heatwave of a lifetime.

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S.C.I.E.N.C.E (1997) – Incubus

S.C.I.E.N.C.E (1997) – Incubus

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Illegitimate wonder child of a threesome between Deftones, Sepultura and early Radiohead during an amphetamine party.
Perfect for weird first dates or exciting bike trips.

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Groundhog Day (1993) – Harold Ramis

Groundhog Day (1993) – Harold Ramis

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This existential winter May never end, but Bill Murray, a disoriented rodent and romance will sustain you. When time stands still, you can do anything.

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Smack My Bitch Up (1997) – Jonas Åkerlund

Smack My Bitch Up (1997) – Jonas Åkerlund

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Groundbreaking first person-
shot music video by the Guns ‘n Roses of techno that taunted the hell out of the Western pre-internet mainstream media.

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Closer (1994) – Mark Romanek

Closer (1994) – Mark Romanek

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The crowning achievement of the golden age of MTV music videos by unsung cinematic master Mark Romanek. Single greatest favor Joel Peter-Witken ever got.

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I Shot Andy Warhol (1996) – Mary Harron

I Shot Andy Warhol (1996) – Mary Harron

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People go after their fifteen minutes of fame the way a moth goes to a flame. Symptoms of burning can only manifest in negative ways.

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Paradise Lost: The Child Murders At Robin Hood Hills (1996) – Joe Berlinger & Bruce Sinofsky

Paradise Lost: The Child Murders At Robin Hood Hills (1996) – Joe Berlinger & Bruce Sinofsky

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Lebenseinschlagende Hautnah-Doku welche unfassbar dramatischen Realitätsbezug gegen aberwitzige Soapperformances stellt.
Aus ‚Laid back‘- Interesse wird bewegende Kriminalverfolgung wird körperanspannender Trieb aus Neugier und Gerechtigkeitsverfolgung.

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Angel Dust (1992) – Faith No More

Angel Dust (1992) – Faith No More

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Deeper into the colorful swamp of mythical creatures thanks to Patton‘s range from siren to wendigo and metal based guitar players Martin’s unfortunately last contribution.

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Nola (1995) – Down

Nola (1995) – Down

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Down´s “New Orleans, Louisiana” album is a motherfucker and let me tell you why: Phill Anselmo, Pepper Keenan, Kirk Windstein, Jimmy Bower and Todd Strange.

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Astro Creep 2000 – Songs of Love, Destruction and Other Synthetic Delusions of the Electric Head (1995) – White Zombie

Astro Creep 2000 – Songs of Love, Destruction and Other Synthetic Delusions of the Electric Head (1995) – White Zombie

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Temptation-laden roller-coaster ride for grownups full of big-titted spooky hoots, chunky scoops of industrial-refinery riffs and B-movie references all over.

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Korn (1994) – Korn

Korn (1994) – Korn

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Hearing a grown man sing in tongues, scream and sob with sincerity for the world to judge is as rare as a happy Radiohead song.

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Portrait of an American Family (1994) – Marilyn Manson

Portrait of an American Family (1994) – Marilyn Manson

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Creatively indestructible diamond-in-the-rough lecture that needs no polishing. The roots of an escalating discontent that aimed for, reached and passed the stars.

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Le violon rouge (1998) – François Girard

Le violon rouge (1998) – François Girard

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A beautifully crafted international film that follows the undying nomadic life of an inanimate object that both brings and ends life to those around it.

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JFK (1991) – Oliver Stone

JFK (1991) – Oliver Stone

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Maybe Oswald was a great shot after all and single-handedly dented the world with a fulminant sacrifice…a patsy-making film of paranoid passion.

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Fargo (1996) – Joel & Ethan Coen

Fargo (1996) – Joel & Ethan Coen

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This is the big fat mothership originally carrying the rich Paul Bunyan-esque dimension where true stories are always told exactly as they never occurred.

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Dirt (1992) – Alice In Chains

Dirt (1992) – Alice In Chains

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Down in a hole underneath them bones with your junkhead full of dirt.
Would hate to feel this, but Lane sang it
Melancholic God’s smack.

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Nevermind (1994) – Nirvana

Nevermind (1994) – Nirvana

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Come as you are and stay away from the territorial pissings that will drain you. Well-bred album even in his youth on a plain.

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Permanent Midnight (1998) – David Veloz

Permanent Midnight (1998) – David Veloz

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A passionate and out-of-character character for Stiller, that he brings out convincingly in an extreme case of adrenaline addiction under strict hyper-functionality.

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Rosebud (1993) The Simpsons: (05×04) – Wesley Archer

Rosebud (1993) The Simpsons: (05×04) – Wesley Archer

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Incontrovertible argument in incredible 20-minute “Citizen Kane”-nod form, permanently proving the fabled “golden age of Simpsons episodes” to be a very real thing.

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Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace (1999) – George Lucas

Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace (1999) – George Lucas

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Sinnfreie Aneinanderreihung von desinteressierenden Ereignissen und geschwollen redenden, emotionslosen Mannequins die manchmal mit Laserschwertern rumfuchteln.
Größter Erfolg liegt in Spielzeug-produzierender Massen-Gehirnwäsche für Kinder.

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Disco Volante (1995) – Mr. Bungle

Disco Volante (1995) – Mr. Bungle

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Patton and his weirdos create a bizarre soundscape of Metal, Jazz & Lynchesque black hole sceneries which swims nerve-racking against all shapes of mainstream.

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Freak Show (1997) – Silverchair

Freak Show (1997) – Silverchair

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Power-upgrade to a genre that was and keeps being lifted by an open gush-gust of rocking air from silver-fox of a chair.

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Waiting for Guffman (1996) – Christopher Guest

Waiting for Guffman (1996) – Christopher Guest

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As fun as playing with “My Dinner with Andre” action figures. “Second City TV” has an incredible Guest director. Only thing missing is John Candy.

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The Downward Spiral (1994) – Nine Inch Nails

The Downward Spiral (1994) – Nine Inch Nails

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Selbstauffressendes zeitloses Magnum Opus geschrieben im Drogenkonsum und Depressionenwahn. Diese einsaugende Reise beginnend bei oberflächlichen Ego-Makeln zum düster suizidalen Kern herbergt tiefst vergrabende (Emo)tionen.

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Cowboy Bebop (1998-1999) Anime Series – Shin’ichirō Watanabe

Cowboy Bebop (1998-1999) Anime Series – Shin’ichirō Watanabe

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Das „Breaking Bad“ des Anime.
Cineastischer Stilmix aus Sinatra-Coolness und Westerndramatik mit sketchy Ton.
Zusätzlich absurd guter Jazz, einer der besten Soundtracks im TV.

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Bloody Kisses (1993) – Type O Negative

Bloody Kisses (1993) – Type O Negative

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Brings consensual sex back to Catholic Vampirism for a moment. An early sign of hope from an impressive guy who died God-fearing and ashamed.

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Dazed and Confused (1993) Richard Linklater

Dazed and Confused (1993) Richard Linklater

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Inbegriff eines High School-Sommerferienbeginn-Gefühls. Ein gigantisches Musikvideo mit sanfter Nostalgie und familiärem Vibe durch viele heutzutage bekannte Schauspieler vor der Blüte ihrer Zeit.

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Wicked Game (1990) – David Lynch

Wicked Game (1990) – David Lynch

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The original music video for this palatable song featuring a clothed and colorless Chris Isaak interlaced with thermic Sailor and Lula scenes burning the film.

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Kurt & Courtney (1998) – Nick Broomfield

Kurt & Courtney (1998) – Nick Broomfield

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Far-out, paranoid conspiracy theory trip forced into an almost planted veracity that entertains but carries itself with bad taste and disrespect for the dead.

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Twin Peaks (1990-1991) Season 2 – David Lynch

Twin Peaks (1990-1991) Season 2 – David Lynch

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Lara Flynn Boyle becomes Lauren Bacall. Crazy fun turns into worlds of just fucked up. Character morphing on and on…plus a polite Klaus Kinski.

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Natural Born Killers (1994) – Oliver Stone

Natural Born Killers (1994) – Oliver Stone

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Aggressive satire, dense with primary feelings & snake venom. A mordant mosaic of cinematic formats squirming linearly where murder is pure and helicopters aren´t deployed.

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Eyes Wide Shut (1999) – Stanley Kubrick

Eyes Wide Shut (1999) – Stanley Kubrick

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Hot cold take on rusted shut adults who were shortchanged with mild kicks after textbook-“making it.” Kidman glows hellenic at the rainbow‘s remote end.

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Twin Peaks (1990-1991) – David Lynch, Season 1

Twin Peaks (1990-1991) – David Lynch, Season 1

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Although visuals are sound and sensual, one still needs a cotton ball-silent approach to acclimatize to this cold-wooded dreamworld that time-stretches disbelief.

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Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil (1997) – Clint Eastwood

Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil (1997) – Clint Eastwood

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Very special film about a murder case taking place in the Savannah-wilderness where mescaline goes with the wind in mystic Voodoo rhymes. Seek guidance.

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Use Your Brain (1995) – Clawfinger

Use Your Brain (1995) – Clawfinger

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Lots of self-explanatory social anger coming from a revengefully explosive vantage point of riff. An undetonated influence to a whole Nu-market that imploded.

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The Shawshank Redemption (1994) – Frank Darabont

The Shawshank Redemption (1994) – Frank Darabont

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Zeitloser „Feel Good“-Film über Freundschaft, Gerechtigkeit und Spiritualität für jene ohne Hoffnung, die glauben sie wären am Ende.
Wunderschön verfilmt, komplett ohne Special Effects.

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Ultra (1997) – Depeche Mode

Ultra (1997) – Depeche Mode

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A spectral-sounding checkmate-playlist that is sensual and torching at the same intense time, while encouraging self-reflection and flight from glamorous suicidal mildew.

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Groundhog Day (1990) – Harold Ramis

Groundhog Day (1990) – Harold Ramis

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Define limbo…okay, now redefine it in a commercial 1990´s existential rom-com way with a sexually obtuse female character and a wasted Chris Elliot.

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Saving Private Ryan (1998) – Steven Spilberg (Coincidental Netflix 25-WR)

Saving Private Ryan (1998) – Steven Spilberg (Coincidental Netflix 25-WR)

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“Eight U.S. Army Rangers penetrate German-held territory during World War II to find and bring home a soldier whose three brothers have been killed”

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The Island of Dr. Moreau (1996) – John Frankenheimer & Richard Stanley (Uncredited)

The Island of Dr. Moreau (1996) – John Frankenheimer & Richard Stanley (Uncredited)

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Giant blimp of dislodged tropical lunacy raining down expensive disaster in the huts & minds of those on screen and behind the scenes. Flop legend.

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Quick Change (1990) – Howard Franklin, Bill Murray

Quick Change (1990) – Howard Franklin, Bill Murray

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A clown master class from the all-time deadpan samurai Bill Murray supported by a Kabuki Quaid, a fabulous Gena and an infallible Jason Robards.

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Laguna Coil EP (1998) Laguna Coil – Century Media Records

Laguna Coil EP (1998) Laguna Coil – Century Media Records

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90‘s Gothic-Metal swamp: these Italians were looking for their own sound while combining gloomy alternative vibes with Christina’s – not yet fully realised – voice potential.

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The Game (1997) – David Fincher

The Game (1997) – David Fincher

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A Fincher twister that redefines the Thriller genre and all the limiting expectations that comes with it. Both way ahead, and before of its time.

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Television Terror (1997) Tales from the Crypt: 02×16

Television Terror (1997) Tales from the Crypt: 02×16

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We all wish assholes a bad day (so do they), but there’s something deep and decent about wanting to save humanity from the true supernatural.

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The Blair Witch Project (1999) – Daniel Myrick, Eduardo Sánchez

The Blair Witch Project (1999) – Daniel Myrick, Eduardo Sánchez

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Harrowing sylvian Ouija-boarding of the mind that genuinely wounded mass audiences everywhere. Less is more when it comes to found footage, though. Avoid sequels.

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Beat (1996) – Bowery Electric

Beat (1996) – Bowery Electric

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Beating up song conventions, cutting their bowels open and re-animating curiosity within a single spark to start this nitrous techno-stoner highway-wagon ride.

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The Downward Spiral (1994) – Nine Inch Nails

The Downward Spiral (1994) – Nine Inch Nails

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90´s “The Wall” thanks to a rare glitch in the mainstream that let him do this to us.

One hell of a cry for help.

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The Hudsucker Proxy (1994) – The Coen Brothers

The Hudsucker Proxy (1994) – The Coen Brothers

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Fast-talking world of abounding opportunities one could grab but only after first figuring out how to get out of the revolving rat-race ring.

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Relentless (1992) – Bill Hicks

Relentless (1992) – Bill Hicks

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Beautifully ballsy Bill Hicks lectures us on having nothing but actual hicks to represent us when the flying saucers come size us up and conquer.

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Breakfast of Champions (1999) – Alan Rudolph

Breakfast of Champions (1999) – Alan Rudolph

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A house-of-mirrors flashback that is presented in full-length dream sequence format adorned with a mental-ward cast that is nothing but wonderful.

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Ed Wood (1994) – Tim Burton

Ed Wood (1994) – Tim Burton

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A budget-bulged passion package containing tremendous Orson Welles admiration inside, while storytelling the shaky struggling days of a good heart looking for missing talent.

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‚The Wake‘ (1996)  The Sandman #10 – Neil Gaiman

‚The Wake‘ (1996) The Sandman #10 – Neil Gaiman

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Der König ist tot… und wir sind eingeladen zur Begräbniszeremonie.
Das letzte Shakespeare-Kapitel und Gaiman‘s Epilogworte heben diese „Story about stories“-Essenz gänsehauterregend hervor.

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Mallrats (1995) – Kevin Smith

Mallrats (1995) – Kevin Smith

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Nerdy humorvolles Low-Budget-Break-Up-Drama mit jugendlichem Charme im Einkaufszentrum.
Jay und Silent Bob und Stan Lee‘s bester Cameo.

Ein Film für mich.

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Quicksand Jesus (1991) – Skid Row

Quicksand Jesus (1991) – Skid Row

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Ein Song wie kaum ein anderer, wo jede Note perfekt die Vorherige in emotional aufbauender Dynamik-Achterbahn ergänzt.
Höchst unterschätzte Halbballade auf November Rain Level.

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Disco Volante (1995) – Mr. Bungle

Disco Volante (1995) – Mr. Bungle

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Der bizarre Hybrid aus Metal, Jazz, Filmmusik schwimmt unkonventionell gegen jedmögliche Mainstreamformen.
Patton und seine Weirdo-Band kreieren düsterste Soundsphären mit Lynch-esque schwarzen Löchern.

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Heat (1995) – Michael Mann

Heat (1995) – Michael Mann

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Noir-nourished film-feat of testosteroned refinement that tastes blue to the color of gun-metal while blind-swording both organized crime and law enforcement.

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State of Grace (1990) – Phil Joanou

State of Grace (1990) – Phil Joanou

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Gary´s nod to the infamous hellraisers from Irish-Welsh generations past. A testament to a suicidal passion that raises the film above mere circle jerk.

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Army of Me (1995) – Björk

Army of Me (1995) – Björk

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Strong, dramatic sense of urgency that is as grim as catalepsy. A droning hamster-wheel diorama idiosyncratically voiced and tied together by an industrial beat.

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Wicked Game (1991) – Herb Ritts

Wicked Game (1991) – Herb Ritts

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Black volcanic ash and white cotton-clouded highlights blown by mortally sexual palm-tree cuts spilling sweet sepia sap everywhere inside the perpetual voyeuristic frame.

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Ok Computer (1997) – Radiohead

Ok Computer (1997) – Radiohead

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Ohne dieses Album würde Rock, Alternative bis hin zu Progressive der 2000er ziemlich alt/ anders aussehen.
Vertonte Melancholie und superintelligenter Lyrizismus mit gigantisch intrumentalem Spektrum.

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Being John Malkovich (1999) – Spike Jonze

Being John Malkovich (1999) – Spike Jonze

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Komödienartiges Drama über Abgründe menschlicher Naturen. Verzweifelnd nach Sinn suchend wurde der Film immer absurder und erweckte Unwohlsein/ Hassgefühle in mir. Diaz allein überraschte mich.

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Immortal Beloved (1994) – Bernard Rose

Immortal Beloved (1994) – Bernard Rose

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Ludwig van Beethoven´s life and Zeitgeist crammed in two hours including sex, alcohol and post-Baroque & Roll. An ordinary film with an extraordinary cast.

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Pulp Fiction (1994) – Quentin Tarantino

Pulp Fiction (1994) – Quentin Tarantino

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(Tarantino-)Streifen mit den populärsten Szenen und bekanntesten Zitaten. Die alternative Form der Filmerzählung gespickt mit fetischisierenden Dialogfeuerwerken machen diesen Film zum Meisterwerk der Popkultur.

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Indepence Day (1996) – Roland Emmerich

Indepence Day (1996) – Roland Emmerich

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Jedermanns Fantasie und Ängste in hollywood’schem Kostüm. Gefüllt mit erstklassigen Cast und trotz vieler Akteure, Handlungsstränge und überspielter Sci-Fi-Logik ein vollständiger Film. Popcornkino.

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The Ninth Gate (1999) – Roman Polanski

The Ninth Gate (1999) – Roman Polanski

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Riveting mystery set in motion in modern age-old Europe where everything is still creepy and beautiful. A satanic film noir with an escalating groove.

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Lola Rennt/Run Lola, Run (1998) – Tom Tykwer

Lola Rennt/Run Lola, Run (1998) – Tom Tykwer

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In-motional motion picture with a fluent techno-rhythm and welcomed gimmicks that keep our eyes lubricated, tuned and toned throughout an intense perception-workout.

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The Perfect Drug (1997) – Mark Romanek

The Perfect Drug (1997) – Mark Romanek

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Cold plate of vampiric hors d’oeuvres served with visual mastery. Extracts fine things out of Kitsch instead of just swiping them under the bear carpet.

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Naked (1993) – Mike Leigh

Naked (1993) – Mike Leigh

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The smartest people in the world seem to spawn in Manchester. No doubt, a cosmic conspiracy hides behind this preternatural patch of hyper-verbose land.

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Todd Macfarlene‘s Spawn (1997-1999)

Todd Macfarlene‘s Spawn (1997-1999)

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Gory expansion pack to those who’s optical curiosity was originally aroused by the likes of “Do the Evolution” or “Follow the Leader” music videos respectively.

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The People vs. Larry Flynt (1996) – Milos Forman

The People vs. Larry Flynt (1996) – Milos Forman

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No need to agree with people’s desires, but to absolutely defend their right to pursuit them and prosper. Bad-taste has a short shell life.

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The Fan (1996) – Tony Scott

The Fan (1996) – Tony Scott

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Riveting thriller with a pretty good coverage of superstition and the many types of obsessions that come with it. A summer blockbuster made to last.

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Angel Dust (1992) – Faith No More

Angel Dust (1992) – Faith No More

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Tiefer in den bunten Sumpf voller vielseitiger Kreaturen der Nacht. Patton mal Sirene, mal Wendigo. Und dank leider letztem (elementarem) Mitwirken Metalgitarrist Jim Martins Swansong.

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Box of Moonlight (1996) – Tom DiCillo

Box of Moonlight (1996) – Tom DiCillo

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All bets are off when off the grid you go, except for betting on life itself which can look, feel and sound like nothing before.

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