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  • Repo Man
  • The Deadly Spawn
  • Stunt Rock
  • Little Otik

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  • Bullies

    ★★★

  • There's Nothing Out There

    ★★★★

  • The Last Dragon

    ★★★½

  • Wild Man

    ★★★

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  • Money to Burn

    Money to Burn

    ★★★★★

    This dumb piece of shit stars everyone's B-team brother but the entertainment value is all A-team. It runs way too long for what it is, but my favorite bits happen when they're meandering between plot points. Plot points is somewhat generous...a guy steals a ton of money, dumps it on two friends while he fucks off. For the next 45minutes the movie is just these two dumb dumbs spending money on radical garbage. Rollerblading into a swimming pool. Eating lobster.…

  • Earth Girls Are Easy

    Earth Girls Are Easy

    ★★★★★

    I laughed when I clicked the little "I have seen this film before" button. Letterboxd should have a "I've seen this over 80 times and my relatives are tired of me quoting it at family get togethers" button.
    If you really want to send your brain into a dizzying spiral of technicolor frenzy, make it a double feature with Back To The Beach.

    "Waste your brain, wax your board, pray for waves

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  • Turbulence 3: Heavy Metal

    Turbulence 3: Heavy Metal

    ★★★

    Douche-chills: The Motion Picture.
    It's as if some food court druid wrote a script between his shifts at Hot Topic and jerking off to Columbine footage.
    That said, I had a lot of fun watching this. I'm going to watch it again soon and probably once a month or so for the rest of my life.

  • Mooch Goes to Hollywood

    Mooch Goes to Hollywood

    ★★★★★

    An absolute dream of a movie. A dog wears funny wigs, lingerie, a helmet while catching a lift to the beach on the back of a motorcycle. Makes loving eyes at Vincent Price while a Wayne/Cassandra style Dreamweaver-esque fantasy plays out in the dogs head. Don't blink or you'll miss Darrin McGavin. Mooch navigates the mean streets of Hollywood while Zsa Zsa offers tips on how to keep it classy ("No nudes is good news"). Transcendent, from start to finish.