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A couple of dudes sell some drugs, buy a couple of groovy looking choppers and set off on a road trip, en route meeting segments of the American counter-culture, taking a lot of drugs themselves and using far out language. find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

Haunted by violent and disturbing visions which threaten his sanity, Jacob Singer becomes desperate to find the cause of his ostensible demise into madness. A tremendously dark and atmospheric piece of work - a thought-provoking must for lovers of the unusual. find out more...
KLOWN (2010)

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There are various coming of age comedy road trip movies such as the Road Trip, Hangover, Euro trip, National Lampoons where the characters stumble and tumble through various misfortunes and accidents to ultimately form a bond that lasts for the life time. And then there is this. Frank is an average guy with good intent who is usually misunderstood and finds himself in circ find out more...


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Combining the talents of Cronenberg and Burroughs was bound to produce weird results, and weird they surely are. Themes such as drugs and homosexuality are all explored as bug-killer powder addict Lee withdraws into his malformed psyche. With veins like yours kid!!! find out more...

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Chas is a gangland killer, on the run from his former employers, who moves in on a lacklustre ex-rock singer and his two girlfriends. This psychedelic film juxtaposes Chas's violent energy and the fading rock star's languidness. 'Performance' is treasured as a 'sixties' classic and was Roeg's directorial debut. find out more...

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Despite being an obvious 'Summer of Love' cash in, there are some great touches in this visual trip. A deaf girl searches 'Frisco for her crazed brother, who sent her a post-card that said "God is alive and well and living in a sugar cube". She is befriended by Nicholson and friends, who help her in her search. Some great music and clothes, and Jack's back, with a new type of axe! find out more...

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Tarantino's masterpiece, a sprawling montage of three interwoven tales. Rich dialogue and sassy humour. find out more...
REPO MAN (1982)

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Like brilliant! A punk gets taken on as a repo man - getting peoples cars back when they default on the payments. Great style, casual violence, throw-a-way one liners, the repo code, underlying unity of existence, dead aliens in the back of cars, brill sound track, ordinary people, speed and... find out more...
TRASH (1970)

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The companion film to Flesh, but now the Dallesandro character has become a down and out junkie on New York's Lower East Side and, rather than his desirable virility, his impotence becomes the central subject of the film. Typical Warhol material. find out more...

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A tour de force of twisted weirdness, gonzo journalism and mutated nastiness, plus a bit of fear and loathing. Based on the writings and real life exploits of 60s journalist Hunter S Thompson. It's all here, the copious drink, the superhuman drug intake, and the wind-ups shot at whatever symbol of authority Thompson considers as fair game. Excellent. find out more...