If it had come out 25 years ago, MAD GOD would be the kind of movie I'd see people raving about on a cult movie message board, as they did films by Jodorowsky and Maddin and Svankmajer, but which I couldn't find a way to see myself. Now I just go to Shudder and, like, watch it.
Early in this movie, Wesley Morris says that people don't remember that there was violence and riots and assaults and deaths at the original 1969 Woodstock, and then the filmmakers spend the next 100 or so minutes saying "This could only have happened because of the 90s."
Also someone says that when you watch the Woodstock '99 pay-per-view it's clear the cameramen were trying to film as many naked women as they could find. Well, the director of this movie appears to have found all that footage.