Totally love you except "Bogus Journey sucked really bad, tho".
I thought that one was quite better, they Melvined Death, I mean come on, told off Satan, and met God. It kinda relates to my comic Novel I'm making about a guy getting shot randomly in Mcdoanlds, meeting God, an ass hole; Satan, an British Intellectual Ass hole; Death, Straight Forward business man; Jesus H. Christ, a myspace whore and the Anti-Christ, DnD nerd.
Anywho, I absolutely love Cult Films, and you mentioned Pulp fiction, one of THE greatest movies ever- next to Rocky Horror Picture Show, Tim Curry was amazing in that movie.
"And my soul from out that shadow that lies floating on the floorShall be lifted — nevermore!"
I guessed some people would've mentioned Snatch a little sooner, this one is also a real classic to me. I must say that movies that seem too old for me in imagery don't really appeal to me. I'm not sure what the reason for that is, but I always get an 'unreal' feeling with them. I feel like when I'm watching them that it's not a real story (really hard to explain though). But the ones like Rocky Horror Picture Show and Clockwork Orange are definitely movies that I still need to see since I've already heard a lot about them.
Really I'm making a list right now of all the movies you guys are recommending and am going to see where I can get 'em. Thanks a whole bunch.
When it comes to drama movies I can also recommend the following:
- Mean Creek
- Requiem For A Dream
- House Of Sand And Fog
Hope you drama lovers can see those or allready have, they're totally worth it...
Any Monty Python films are good.
I also enjoyed Quentin Tarantino's Pulp Fiction. It is done in the traditional, fragmented Tarantino style with everything coming together at the end. It's definitely worth a look.