The Townleybomb - 2009-09-03 This movie was so fuckin' badass on my parents' VCR.
mouser - 2009-09-03 Oh man the Clockwork Oranger posers... had forgotten about those.
fredfrankel - 2009-09-04 and thats Flea on the crutches in case you missed it
twinkieafternoon - 2009-09-03 Who needs that Ken and Barbie love anyway? Everyone's just walking around like a bunch of conformists. Go ahead and wear your business suits so you can make ,000 a year and buy your condominium. They're all zombies racing to their graves. Love didn't work for my mom and dad...why should it work for me?
baleen - 2009-09-04 I think you have your subcultural wires crossed there.
simon666 - 2009-09-04 Today it is more like "we are accepting of differences as long as your differences are the same as ours." But in the 70s and 80s is was more like: Do whatever you want, someone may say fuck you, but that's the point.
Lurchi - 2009-09-05 The main actor (blond guy) was really charismatic. If this had a better script, it could have been a great punk b-movie, instead of just an ok one. (file with Ladies and Gentlemen the Fabulous Stains)