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Max and Chloe don’t exist. They’re Peter Pan and Tinker Bell, the magical child and the manic pixie dream girl. Rachel is Max aged up, reborn and transformed in a ritual of fiery lust. Chloe is the Kewpie mayo, Max is the mustard and Rachel is the ketchup (or hawt sauce) to Frank’s Hawt Dawg Man. This is Brody’s backpack, courtesy of Kalikabanos Apparently, Mushroom is a “reused asset” from Max’s journal. Here’s the little angel Kate, sketching a noose on The Tree from the Overlook. The same tree that 16-year-old Chloe draws 18-year-old Max being hanged from, even though Max was 13 the last time they saw each other. Next up is Kate's diagram of quantum entanglement (maybe?), which looks like Brody’s hobo symbol for “get out quick”- two people escaping through a portal, or two spears penetrating an eyeball (pump the eyeball to get out of class early). The same Kate who drew a little one-eyed wolf wearing a bandolier, just like the bearry-blue Sky Pirate and his 3 foam bullets, just like Captain Bluebeard and her 3 bullet necklace. The same Kate who was saved from falling off Blackwell by Miracle Max the magical child, just like Chris was saved from falling off a ladder by Daniel. Confused yet?
Blackwell is full of artsy kids because they’re all fragments of Frank, the man who animated them. Kate has two classmates who like to sketch, Daniel DaCosta and Stella, and all 3 of them sit at the same table in the nightmare diner. Birds of a feather flock together. Sean and Max are sketch artists too, always outlining their surroundings. She fills her journal with sketches of the day’s events. The Diaz brothers are Kate’s little wolves. Chris is Frank’s inner child, powered by youthful creativity. Charles is Frank as a washed-up athlete in a Springsteen music video, reliving his glory days through the TV. William is Frank all cleaned up, the too-good-to-be-true sitcom dad. He's not content being Dorothy- he wants to be the Wicked Witch, the Wizard of Oz and all the characters in between.
Chris is a sponge, soaking up pop culture from a million different sources to lay the subliminal groundwork for future Frank’s fantasy world. Everything he consumes is thrown into the mental blender along with his own life story. Each time TV’s Frank pushes the button a new schizophrenic smoothie pops out- LiS, BtS, and LiS2- but that same great Frank flavor always rises to the top. Beaver Creek is a combination of Leave it to Beaver and Wolf Creek, Greg McLean’s horror film about Australian backpackers being hunted by a serial killer. When Mark Jefferson calls his class “pesky kids” and yells at Max for snooping around the Dark Room, he’s mimicking an unmasked Scooby Doo villain: “And I’d have gotten away with it too, if it weren’t for you meddling kids!” The scene shifts every time you switch the lens- Rachel sees her lying dad kissing his mistress. James sees himself saving Rachel from a bad influence. Chloe sees a corrupt politician giving an angel the kiss of death.
Red, yellow and blue: The primary colors are very popular with comic book colorists, movie poster makers and Chris Eriksen. USA and Pepsi Cola, Hulk Hogan and Mickey D’s. Combine all 3 and you get Superman, the ultimate superhero. Click the CS title screen and the words flip from mustard yellow to ketchup red. All the logos were hand-crafted by Chris, yellow on the front and red on the back. Sean kicks aside the red, yellow and blue toy truck- the one from Chris’ house- before sitting down with Lyla. Chris uses the blue and yellow Power Bear to recreate Bane breaking Batman’s back. Choosy Diazes choose Bane brand ketchup. You and I merely watch the television. Chris was born in it, molded by it. He’s Max Headroom inside the boob tube, a deer in the snow globe. He’s Eminem (M&M) dressed up as Robin, Franklin the (Teenage Mutant Ninja) Turtle wearing a Fistful of Dollars-style scrap iron vest as his turtle shell. His shirt represents all the characters inside of him, heroes and villains alike.
Got My Mind Hallucinatin’ All of Frank’s hallucinations are birthed from a little seed, something that catches his ear or strikes his eye. It worms its way into his subconscious, a gut feeling that grows and grows until it explodes outward like a psychedelic chestburster. When something irritating invades an oyster’s shell, the oyster will wrap it in many layers of calcium carbonate before finishing it off with an iridescent coating of nacre. The result is a pearl, a strange and wonderful little orb concealing something unpleasant. An alluring fantasy built around a kernel of truth.
Frank’s pearls consist of 3 main parts. The first is an irritant, like a family that reminds him of his own. He responds by smothering it- Frank murders the father and “liberates” the mothechild. As Daniel says, “The mom was nice, the dad was kind of a weenie.” The third piece is the shiny sugar-nacre coating. He reimagines his actions as a sweet and sour adventure in Francis’ Fantasia, the delicious outer layer of Willie’s Everlasting Gobstopper. The dead are resurrected into, in the words of Matt Groening, “a sort of weird, zombified ideal of the American family”. A beautiful lie to protect his own innocence. Sean tells Daniel they’re going on a grand adventure, James hides Sera from Rachel, and nobody knows what William was lying bout. Sean makes a game of it to see how far they can walk. It's reminiscent of Life is Beautiful, Roberto Benigni’s movie about a Jewish family sent to a concentration camp. The dad spares his son from the horror by convincing him that they're all competitors in a grand game to win a battle tank.
Video games train us to see the world as our piñata. Smash these urns, slash that grass, run over those pedestrians and be rewarded with a grab bag of goodies. Mario bashes blocks and all sorts of powerups and coins pop out. Magic Mushrooms to embiggen the body, Super Leaves for a flying raccoon suit and Fire Flowers to become his fire form. If he snags a Super Star, he becomes temporarily invincible. The gas station is where all the seeds from the woods come to fruition for the Diazes. They read warnings about bears and see claw marks on the trees, then encounter a gas station run by a Mama and Papa bear with a bunch of bear carvings. They find a bunch of crazy mushrooms and up pops Mushroom in a basket. They spot a raccoon and Shazam! there’s a raccoon suit for sale. If Sean checks his bag it’s full of leaves- Super Leaves.
Sean listens to “On the Flip of a Coin”, raids the coin jar and uses a rock to force open the money box at the park. As Daniel plays the Power Bear claw machine he says he’s gonna “beat this boss”. He wins a Minibear, a red plastic egg with a baby Power Bear inside. Like Poké Balls or Chloe’s snow globe collection, the Catcher in the Rye’s gotta catch ‘em all. Frank is Megaman going from boss to boss, collecting their “tiny tools” and leveling up with each conquest. When Daniel power bombs the bear boss, the Super Diaz Bros. are showered in loot. Daniel-Sean is the young bear come to take down the grizzled Hank Stamper. Daniel even calls his bedroom the Bear Lair.
It’s a Peter Pan plan in action, over and over: Frank breaks into a house, kills the father and steals the child. Pompidou, Mushroom, and Baby Rachel were all taken from the rich to give to the poor. When Samuel's waxing poetic about Rachel, he calls her a good egg: a baby dragon. In the drama lab dressing room, Mario’s mystery block is floating behind Chloe. Rachel asks if she brought her flowers. Later they set fire to The Tree together, and Chloe rescues some flowers from her trashcan. The rope from the fallen tire swing forms a question mark as she cracks open the viewfinder to collect its coin. Life needs a little mystery, Chloe.
Flip of the Coin recommends that Sean leave his fate in the hands of a coin flip. But the flip is rigged by you, deciding which fork he should take. Frank can feel your eye gazing down upon him, your hand tugging at the strings. He’s been a very bad boy, so he hides his naughtiness under the blanket. Thomas Bowdler was the man who censored Shakespeare, Big Willie himself. Disney is notorious for neutering their source material this way. Bowers has Bowdlerized his own life- not just to protect his inner child, but also for the home audience. Best freakin’ fighters forever.. That’s a dollar for the swear jar! That is, until the shit hits the fan and the f-bombs start dropping- right before a real bomb goes off. Fun fact: Some freakin' idiot edited a line in The Tempest from “Full fathom five thy father lies” to “Thy Daddy’s dead, thy Daddy’s dead”.
I Think I <3 You Chris’ favorite book is a twist on Where the Wild Things Are, and references to it pop up everywhere. It’s about an angry young boy called Max who turns his own bedroom into a fantasy world to escape his parents. He tames the beasts within and becomes the King of the Wild Things. Swimmers are Otters, football players are Bigfoots, Rachel’s a dragon and Chloe’s a shark. Max becomes an otter in Chloe’s water, and there’s a graffiti shark eating an otter on the wall outside. When Chloe looks at Mr. Sharkie, she says, “Fun fact: shark babies eat their siblings in the womb. Maybe that's why I'm an only child?" The Tin Man frightens Dorothy with the threat of wild animals the same way Sean teases Daniel. Lions and tigers and bears, oh my! What a big foot you have, Grandma!
Daniel is always trying to one-up Sean and wants every animal he sees to be his pet- including the dragon in the clouds. He wants to be King of the Wild Things. Chloe tells Rodney and Rachel that no flamethrower, no army of robot ninjas, not even a dragon on a leash could stand in her way. Rachel is Frank’s Fire Flower flamethrower, his baby dragon in a bottle- the spark that sets Arcadia Bay ablaze, the inferno that roasts Duurgaron, and the hellfire he unleashes against all the raging bulls of his own private nightmare. A sentient tool, like Max the human camera/time machine or Esteban the living compass. On Chris’ wall there’s a drawing of Power Bear punching out Chloe, a ninja riding Rachel, and a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle fighting Hawt Dawg Man.
The Caped Eyeball is the one-eyed monster (One-Eyed Willie), the All-Seeing Eye, the Bad Dad that must be defeated. Frank is a hotdog harvesting hero, Kate’s backpacking monkey misses his banana, Hayden’s stealing all the pencils, Rachel’s rewriting Big Willie’s script and Barb punches the “stupid man cow” right in the dick. This is neither a banana nor a cigar nor a Mario Bros. pipe. How many sexually suggestive symbols can you spot in this picture of a Penis Bear sheath? Note the red and blue “spears” pointing towards the portal.
Next to the pirate ship in the hospital, there’s a toy robot and 3 stuffed animals: Chris’ Henry, Max’s Captain, and Victoria’s baby lion- which also appears in William’s car when Chloe is apologizing for decapitating Rachel. Mikey leaves a drawing of a time-travelling robot (Max) riding a T-Rex (Rachel) in Drew’s room. There’s a letter asking him for help with a robot in his hospital room. The same toy robot appears next to Robot Rachel, transforming into a Destructicon with the power of love. From magical child to destroyer of worlds, the Wild Thing that makes Frank’s heart sing. Jimi Hendrix, dressed all in red and yellow, made national news by sacrificing his red Stratocaster at the end of a performance of Wild Thing. He dry humped it, he fisted it and he painted it with lighter fluid squirted out of a mustard yellow bottle (positioned at crotch level). Then he set fire to it and smashed the shit out of it. It wasn’t very subtle. Spoiler alert: Max’s guitar is a sexual organ.
Lisztomaniac Lisztomania was the Beatlemania of the 1800s. Franz Liszt was a composer and virtuoso pianist touring Europe. Fans began swarming him, throwing their underwear on stage and clamoring for souvenirs. Coffee grounds and cigar stumps for vials and lockets, a piano string to make a bracelet- anything to give them a personal connection. This was well before the time of radio and TV, and celebrity worship of musicians was a novel idea. Lisztomania was considered a contagious medical condition.
To use Samuel’s analogy, Franz’s fans went after him like squirrels chasing food. Eliot stalking Chloe is a mirror of Samuel stalking Rachel. Hans Christian Andersen said an electric shock passed through the room when Liszt entered, and a ray of sunlight passed over every face. Eliot writes “when she left the room it was electric” and Samuel says Rachel was sunlight. Eveline Hańska said Liszt’s glassy eyes sparkled like cut diamonds lit by his wit. Samuel says Rachel is a prism and a dragon made of diamonds. Eliot says Chloe’s eyes flash bright like coins (Mario coins?)
Franz was the social equal of kings and queens. Rachel is Blackwell royalty. When he skipped out on a lover in the middle of the night, she broke all the furniture in their hotel room. Like Daniel wrecking the Three Seals room, or Chloe smashing up the Junkyard, or Chloe throwing a fit when she finds the pictures of Rachel and Frank. Doctors tried to immunize people against Lisztomania, so Max says fuck you to the flu shot.
Lyla creeps up behind Sean as the boy on the bus listening to Phoenix’s Lisztomania walks away. Her bookbag straps are covered in little bombs, like the album cover. Manic pixie dream girls are a popular fantasy- the quirky girl that seems to exist solely to break the awkward male lead out of his shell. Chloe takes Max from chickenshit to Everyday Hero and Lyla is Sean’s personal love witch. She’s the devil feeding his obsession with Jenna, the way Victoria fuels Nathan's destructive desire for Rachel.
Figurines, avatars and people are all fungible to Frank. Almost everyone in LiS2 has a hard shell of unmoving hair, like a Ken doll. But Lyla has a headful of snakes that jiggle back and forth with every twitch of her head. There are two other people with living hair: Doris Stamper and post-accident Daniel. The movement is downright unnatural at times, glitching out like Officer Matthews' dashcam, or Sean's souvenirs.. or Max Headroom. Hair is a fixation for several serial killers. Frank from Maniac scalps women to bring his mannequins to life, Quentin weaves Squirrel’s pigtail into a bracelet, and George from The Lovely Bones keeps a bit of his victim’s hair in his secret serial killer sketchbook. The most treasured trophy a Franz Liszt superfan could receive was a lock of his hair. He received so many requests that he bought a dog to send people clippings of dog hair in lieu of his own.
Lyla Versus Powerman There’s a lot of other weirdness surrounding Lyla. Her name sounds like the deflating lilo from Spanish Sahara, and she could be an aged-up Ayla from Can Ulkay's Ayla: Daughter of War. It's about a little Korean girl who's adopted by a Turkish soldier after her entire village is massacred- Frank's kind of story. There's also a horror movie called Ayla, about a 4-year-old sister brought back to life as an adult woman 30 years later. There’s a fuzzy red ball attached to her backpack, like a moogle’s pompom. Moogles are teddy bear fairies from Final Fantasy that speak in electronic squeaks. Every so often there’s a synthesized chirp in the background while Lyla chats with Daniel. Even stranger, someone keeps revving up a chain saw. Before Sean enters the gas station, he finds an advertisement for an Ash-82 posted by Sam R.
It's a reference to Sam Raimi’s The Evil Dead, the first movie to star Ash Williams- who Frank has blended in his mind with Ash Ketchum, the star of Pokémon. Chloe’s tape recorder, Daniel’s fear of the trees and Daemon Merrick’s fire pokér incident can all be traced to scenes from Evil Dead. In Evil Dead 2 Ash cuts off his possessed right hand and replaces it with a chainsaw, like Hook’s hook or Barb’s ripper fist. He eventually upgrades the chainsaw to a Power Glove. It’s a robotic claw, and before that it was a Nintendo accessory. Combining the two gives us the Power Bear claw machine.
There’s a circular saw in Esteban’s garage, and while he’s down there Lyla will text Sean threatening to take his hot dad. Father and son can discuss Sean’s essay on Slaughterhouse-Five. Remember Mikey’s Slaughter-Maze of Duurgaron? Remember in The Shining, when an axe-wielding Jack chases Danny around the maze? The last thing Sean says before going inside is “Hello, Friday night”, perhaps a reference to the gender-swapping villain of Friday the 13th. In Army of Darkness, Ash travels back to the Middle Ages, where he envisions himself as a king blowing away witches with his “boom stick”: a 12-gauge double-barreled Remington. Chloe helps Rose by fetching her broomstick, and dresses up as a witch for Halloween. First Samuel sweeps, and then he paints. The chainsaw is Sean’s brum-brumstick, and he cleans house with the help of Lyla the Love Witch. Sean is the barbarian slashing, stabbing and bashing his way through hordes of dragonkins. Lyla and Daniel are the mages, terrorizing them with fire and ice, lightning and acid.
In Luc Besson’s Léon: The Professional, a corrupt cop named Norman Stansfield doubles as the Big Bad Wolf. He looooves blasting Beethoven and popping pills before hunting little piggies with his shotgun. Léon is a professional “cleaner”, a supernaturally talented hitman who single-handedly blows away teams of bodyguards. He’s strictly a lone wolf, with only a houseplant for companionship- like Louis Bloom or Max’s Lisa- until he meets little Mathilda. When Norman murders her family Léon takes the girl under his wing. As he teaches her how to be a hitman- his partner in crime- he slowly becomes the Woodcutter to her Red Riding Hood. Mathilda even wears a red beanie to match his grey one. Chloe says to Rachel, “I’m the lone wolf, you’re Little Red Riding Hood.” When the Big Bad comes to blow their apartment down with rocket-propelled grenades, Léon hacks open an escape route for her with his axe: The Woodcutter cutting Red out of the Wolf’s belly. Fun fact: In Pulp Fiction, the Wolf is a different sort of cleaner- he cleans up other people’s mistakes, erasing all the bloody evidence.
Now, imagine for a moment that there is no Norman, and Léon isn’t such an amazing badass. He fantasizes about killing trained gunmen while he's slaughtering unarmed women and children in their homes. Fine and dandy when he’s blasted out of his mind- but when the buzz wears off and he sees a little girl return from the grocery store to find her dead family, it’s a rude awakening. So the Big Bad Wolf reluctantly becomes the Woodcutter. At the end Léon suicide bombs Norman and Mathilda goes back to being a schoolgirl. She’s the one telling his story, but she never actually saw who murdered her family. Frank is recreating this, and the noble sacrifice is his ultimate fantasy. Barb impaled on Duurgaron’s blade as she smashes his bracer, Chloe taking a bullet for the Bay, Jesus dying for our sins. Chloe’s sacrifice is her superhero ending.
Frank prepares to “jugulate” the Diazes with Phoenix’s Lisztomania, a song about a broken-hearted boy whose first love turned him into a wolf. For Rachel, it’s Broods’ Taking You There: “In the dead of night I'll meet you in my sleep, and in the morning light you'll wake up next to me.” The camera tracks Rachel and Chloe from the strangest angles: Frank’s POV as he stalks them from the bushes. He listens to Syd Matters’ To All of You, a song comparing American girls to dolls, before following Chloe into the girl’s room. Each time Frank descends into Hell as a devil and comes back up an angel. Reborn from the ashes like a phoenix, with a new face and a new Beanie Baby at his side. Chloe is the Corpse Bride of Frankenstein.
Talkin’ Chainsaws The unidentified electronic twang from Lyla’s conversation also evokes Terry Cashman’s baseball song Willie, Mickey and the Duke, which has a similar sound effect when Terry time warps to the 1980s. There are many references to baseball: The glass lens, Frank’s cap, Brett and Frank’s tees, Chris’ baseball cards and Chloe’s bat. Harry Aaron Prescott is Sean Prescott’s father, and Hank Stamper is the bearish father figure that Sean must defeat. They’re both nicknames for Henry- as in Hammerin’ Hank Aaron, the man who broke Babe Ruth’s home run record. Chloe hammers the vending machine until it gives up its Baby Ruth. Chris’ teddy bear Henry is a chip off the old block. Most important of all is the ball and glove from Sean’s sketchbook. The Texas Chain Saw Massacre features Leatherface, a chainsaw wielding fellow who wears a home-made skin mask inspired by Ed Gein. It makes his head look like the unholy love child of an oversized baseball and its glove. Together, Lyla and Sean are Lilo and Stitch.
Bringing this insane mashup full circle is Fun and Fancy Free, a Disney double feature narrated in live-action sequences. The second half stars Mickey, Donald and Goofy as 3 peasants who face off vs Willie, a magical giant with the powers of flight, invisibility and shapeshifting. Willie the giant is the god-like father figure and Mickey is the rebellious young buck who slays him, like Mickey Knox. Except Willie resurrects at the end of the movie, escaping the cartoon and tearing the roof off the narrator’s house: William jumping out of Chloe’s dreams and into her truck. He’s Chloe’s dark passenger, à la Dexter Morgan: the childhood trauma driving her to kill.
To follow Frank’s train of thought, you have to let your mind flow in an abstract stream of consciousness, each idea merging into the next. He takes Bruce Lee’s words to heart- “Be formless, like water.” Willie, Mickey and the Duke begins “The Whiz Kids had won it”- to Frank, that’s Sidney Lumet’s The Wiz with Diana Ross as Dorothy and Michael Jackson as The Scarecrow. Hence the wizard teddy in Mikey’s room. Willie Mays could be the greatest five-tool baseball player of all time. Frank uses his father’s toolbox to do his work- Torches and icepicks and chainsaws, oh my! Mays shares his birth year and the year of his MLB debut with Mickey Mantle, possibly the greatest switch hitter of all time. Switch hitting, ambidexterity, gender fluidity and shapeshifting- the essence of Frank.
The Duke was a triple threat, excelling at baseball, basketball and football- perhaps why the Eriksens are a basketball family and the Norths are a football family. There’s a baseball movie called Major League where the players have recycled names like Willie Mays Hayes and The Duke. Charlie Sheen is “Wild Thing”, who becomes a star pitcher after getting glasses. Cashman’s song also has a line about Yogi Berra- the inspiration for Yogi Bear- reading the comics all the while. Daniel is Boo-Boo, Yogi’s baby bear sidekick. “Hey hey, Boo-Boo” becomes a text from Lyla calling Daniel her boo, and “We must not forget ze booze!”- that is, the boos.
The first half of Fun and Fancy Free is Bongo the bear’s coming of age tale as he battles Lumpjaw for Lulubelle’s paw. Bongo, of course, is the name of Chloe’s dead cat-not-really-a-cat. Hank Stamper is Lumpjaw. Jiminy Cricket is playing the story on a record player next to a doll (Lulu) and a teddy bear (Bongo). Bongo’s primary weapon is his unicycle, which he uses like a buzzsaw vs Lumpjaw’s vicious claws and giant tree cudgel. Chris plays his angelic mother’s old record when he wants to hear Moon and Moon. The singer is a huntress searching for a bear to lick her clean, a husband to come shoot the big bad hand that’s pushing her down. It seems Papa Power Bear put Baby in the corner.
Travis Keaton Arthur Miller, the Trinity Killer from Dexter, has a predictable cycle. First he finds a 10-year-old boy and lures him to a hidden location. He pretends to be a cop to gain his trust. He makes the boy dress up in PJs and calls him Arthur as they play trains together. Then he feeds him special ice cream and buries the sleeping boy alive in cement. Arthur is Peter Panning himself, preserving his own innocence before “the accident”.
Next he finds a young woman like his sister Vera. He forces her into a bathtub with him, “hugging” her from behind as he slices an artery in her leg. He uses a hand mirror to watch her face as she bleeds out, then cleanses himself in a scalding hot shower. When Arthur was 10, he peeped on Vera in the shower. She saw his face in the mirror and slipped, crashing into the shower doors. A shard of glass cut her leg and she bled to death. Arthur lost his sister and his childhood innocence on the same day: Chloe losing William and Max back to back.
The third actor is a mother of two. He takes her up to a rooftop and orders her to jump. If she refuses he threatens her children. Arthur’s mother Marsha jumped off a bridge after Vera’s death. The final victim is an older man, preferably an alcoholic. Sometimes he splits this part between two men. He picks a fight with the first, allowing “Henry” to beat him down. Later he returns to bludgeon Henry with a hammer: Hammerin’ Hank. Henry blamed Arthur for Marsha and Vera’s deaths, making his life hell until Arthur got big enough to silence him. Charles blames Chris for Emily’s death and Chris clearly wants to kill him- he shoots Charles’ head, roasts his reflection and blows up his snow effigy. Chloe fantasizes about murdering David as she looks for his wrench. Esteban is in a very vulnerable position when “Sean” enters the garage- he can’t see who came in. When Brett picks a fight with Sean, he’s already covered in bloody hand prints.
Consider Jefferson’s master plan. First he takes photos of Kate “sleeping” like an angel- preserving her innocence on film. He releases the video of her corruption, encouraging other students to bully her. Jefferson acts like an older brother or a cool uncle, and he grooms Kate to see him as a father figure. When she comes to him for support he blames her and says she’s just looking for attention. If Max is sympathetic, he says Kate doth protest too much- basically calling her a slut. Innocent Kate is little Mark, and corrupted Kate is his mom jumping to her doom. If Jefferson and the Trinity Killer ever met, they’d be BFF.
Team Killer Let me tell you about the other TK that Frank idolizes- Ted Kaczynski, the brilliant mathematician who tried to turn back the clock on civilization and rewind us to our hunter-gatherer roots. As a child he was temporarily quarantined in an isolation facility, leading him to empathize with caged animals. After scoring 167 on an IQ test he was skipped ahead to the 6th grade. Overnight he went from being a leader among his peers to an easy target for bullies. At 16 he got into Harvard on a scholarship, before he even got his driver’s license.
Ted lived in a residence at 8 Prescott St. before moving into the Eliot House dorms. At Harvard he was tricked into participating in a psychological study conducted by Henry Murray, who was rumored to be conducting studies as part of Project MKUltra- the CIA's attempt to create a mind control program through drugs, hypnosis, torture, sensory deprivation, and the sexual abuse of children. You can read about it on the CIA’s website. Ted was required to write essays about his hopes and beliefs, which were handed over to a man paid to bully and humiliate him. The sessions were filmed and the subjects were made to watch their own reactions to the abuse ad nauseam. This happened every week for 3 years.
In Ted’s mid-20s, his social isolation and sexual repression began to take its toll. The sounds of people having sex drove him crazy, and he believed his landlord was turning the other tenants against him. He dreamt of psychologists trying to control his mind and popping back up if he killed them. He went to see a psychiatrist planning to discuss a sex change operation. Ted didn’t identify as a woman, he just thought it was the only way he’d ever get to touch one. After a brief career in academia, he abruptly retired and retreated to a cabin in the woods. He planned to live with as little contact with society as possible, aside from occasionally biking to the library. When developers began to destroy the woods around his cabin, he decided that conflict was inevitable.
When Kaczynski’s mail bombs first started showing up, he was nicknamed the “Junkyard Bomber” because they were all made from readily available scrap. The first was a pipe bomb with wooden plugs inside a handmade wooden box. When opened, a trigger would strike the matches and ignite the bomb. He often included bits of bark, and two of his targets were named Wood. His final bomb killed a lobbyist for Big Timber. Ted worked alone- obviously- but he included little messages between imaginary co-conspirators to throw off investigators. He inscribed his bombs with the initials FC, for Freedom Club. His manifesto never refers to himself in the singular, always we or FC. It’s like he saw himself as a superhero in the Justice League. His nickname was changed to the Unabomber because he targeted universities and airplanes, including a bomb in the cargo hold of American Airlines Flight 444
Warren is the Unabomber. At 16, he’s quite gifted and one of the youngest students at Blackwell. He fights with Nathan Prescott, the typical rich bully riding his Dad’s coattails, and is friends with Eliot: 8 Prescott St. and Eliot House. Eliot’s dorm is almost as woody as Rachel's house, and he argues with Warren about Ed Wood. 44 Cedar St. isn’t just referring to Child 44 and Zombie- it’s a layered reference to Flight 444 and TK’s obsession with wood. Eliot sketched the rocket that appears on Daniel’s t-shirt. The psychic bomber built Sean’s rocket out of a used toilet roll, duct tape and matchsticks. Lyla the love bomber hates airplanes.
Max has to respond to Warren’s text before he blows up her phone. He teaches her to build a pipe bomb from odds and ends lying around the school so she can break into Principal Wells’ office. It’s revenge against the ivory tower father figure who let his cries for help fall upon deaf ears, like when Max tried to report Nathan’s gun. They’re blowing open a doorway into Wells’ mind- making him listen- the same way Chris blows up his ciggy butt snowfather with an exploding “cigar”. The Junkyard is everyone’s secret hideout, a natural location for the Junkyard Bomber and his Freedom Club. Chloe wishes the whole town would get nuked, and if you let the storm wipe it out nature will reclaim Arcadia Bay.
Munchkin Murder “Life is what happens to you while you’re busy making other plans” is the lyric from Beautiful Boy that Jefferson likes to quote. It’s a song John Lennon wrote to comfort his son Sean after a nightmare. Lennon was a great artist but a terrible person in a lot of ways, including beating women and abandoning his first son, Julian. Mark David Chapman was a Beatles megafan with a troubled childhood. His father abused his mother, his mother constantly told him he was destined for greatness, and the children at school bullied him. He described his mom as “right out of Glass Menagerie”- the Tennessee Williams’ play on Rachel’s board o’ inspirations. Like Max in Where the Wild Things Are, he made a fantasy world inside his room, with a town of people that lived in the walls and worshipped King Mark. When he was happy they went about their daily jobs, and he gave them Beatles concerts put on by toy soldiers on a cardboard stage. When he was angry he smashed the town and murdered little people by the thousands.
After hitting puberty, his fantasy changed to having a secret dungeon in the basement of his school filled with women that he touched but didn’t have sex with. On the plane Max learns that none of Jefferson’s victims were physically or sexually assaulted. At 12 a little girl he’d decided was his one true love broke his heart, and he obsessed over her for the rest of his life. Years after Max left the Bay, Chloe is still writing her angry journal entries (but ready to take her back in a heartbeat). At 14 he started using drugs and ran away from home, living on the streets for a couple of weeks. After one hell of an acid trip he thought he’d become John Lennon. At 16 he discovered Holden, the Catcher in the Rye. His favorite movie was Wizard of Oz and he also identified with Dorothy. As an adult he became a very popular summer camp counselor. The kids called him Nemo, after Captain Nemo from Jules Verne’s 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea. Chris has a Nemo submarine in his bathtub. Mark also worked briefly as a security guard.
Mark became a born-again Christian in 1970, four years after John Lennon declared the Beatles were more popular than Jesus. The comment stuck with him for the next 10 years. His mental health ebbed and flowed, alternately attempting suicide and trying to reenact Verne’s Around the World in 80 Days. The “little people” returned to Chapman’s head and he developed a persecution complex. He tried to change his name to Holden Caulfield and became fixated on saving kids from falling off the cliff of phoniness.
The breaking point came when he found a book full of photographs of John Lennon showing off his wealth- the height of hypocrisy for the man who penned Imagine. Mark started stripping naked, playing Beatles records and begging Satan to lend him his power. In 1980 he flew to New York to stop John Lennon from leading any more children to their doom. He hired a prostitute and gave her a massage instead of having sex with her, mirroring Holden’s experience. He left a little shrine on the hotel dresser with mementos from his life, including a postcard of Dorothy wiping away a tear from the Cowardly Lion. Before shooting Lennon Mark bought another copy of Catcher in the Rye, believing that afterwards he would curl up into a ball and vanish into the pages of the book. In his statement to the police, he said he was split in two parts. The big part was Holden Caulfield, and the small part- his child self- was the Devil, urging him to kill.
Dancing in the Dark This is Donnie Darko, his little sister Samantha and her stuffed unicorn Ariel. They’re chilling in a motel room watching TV because their home was wrecked in a freak accident: a red and white spiraled jet engine landed directly on Donnie's room. The funny thing is, there was no plane flying overhead. Donnie narrowly avoided being crushed because a man in a giant rabbit suit named Frank told him to wake up and walk outside.
Frank starts paying Donnie nightly visits because he stopped taking his medications. The last time Donnie was unmedicated, he started setting buildings on fire. At night he becomes a sleepwalking zombie, taking his marching orders from Frank. The night that he escapes the jet engine Donnie sleepwalks out to a golf course where Frank tells him the world will end in 28 days, 6 hours, 42 minutes and 12 seconds. He wakes up with a black marker in his hand and 28:06:42:12 on his arm- the same way Chloe wakes up with words like “Nevermore” written on her palm. The same way the insomniac Lyla uses Sean as her human post-it note. She tells Sean he’ll see more of her skills if he falls asleep first. Frank uses Donnie like Dr. Caligari uses Cesare. Every time Frank tells him to “wake up”, Donnie activates and does his bidding. Before Chloe burns down The Tree with Rachel, her dream graffiti options are “wake up” or “wake up”. The episode is titled Awake.
Donnie’s hallucinations are seeded just like Frank Bowers'. The mysterious jet engine was spawned from the roar of planes flying overhead as he waits for the school bus. You can hear the planes as Lyla walks Sean home from the bus. As she points one out the power line bisects the screen, mirroring the moment when Sean considers calling her back. It also hints at a split personality. In the Title Screen there are two porch umbrellas outside Sean’s house, a grey one on top of a green one. In game there is only the green one. Samantha writes a little story about Ariel leading a prince into a magical world. Frank is a twisted Ariel, Donnie’s White Rabbit leading him into Wonderland. Donnie's girlfriend says his name sounds made up, like a superhero. To change into his costume he simply flips up his hoodie, no telephone booth required.
Donnie’s science teacher is a hip young professor called Kenneth Monnitoff. It’s never explained why a professor is teaching at a high school. He tells Donnie that, in theory, a metal spacecraft flying faster than the speed of light could pass through a wormhole to travel back in time. In fact, any metal craft will do- a DeLorean, an airplane or a one-eyed rocket. When Max rewinds her broken camera in Jefferson’s class, she declares herself a human time machine. Her sketchbook has a drawing of a rather phallic looking rocket, with an arrow pointing to the cap that says “me”. Next to it stands a little character that looks like a cross between Frank the rabbit and Max from Wild Things. Both the squirrel in the woods and the demon Mushroom that Daniel is playing with in the motel look like they’re morphing into Frank- who, by the way, is one-eyed underneath the suit. The giant Wild Thing is a baby chick powered up- a magical child wielding its awesome powers on Frank’s behalf.
There’s another teacher at Donnie’s school named Kitty Farmer. She’s the coach of Sparkle Motion, the junior dance squad that Samantha belongs to. Kitty worships Jim Cunningham, a local self-help author and motivational speaker. He runs a talent show that leads to Sparkle Motion being selected to fly out to LA to perform on Ed McMahon’s Star Search. It’s very similar to the setup where Jefferson selects an Everyday Hero to go to San Francisco. Jim Cunningham has a secret “kiddie porn dungeon” in his home, and the implication is that Kitty is grooming children for him: Kitty Farmer is a Kiddie Farmer. Donnie is watching a double feature of The Evil Dead and Martin Scorsese’s The Last Temptation of Christ when Frank opens a portal in the movie screen for him, showing him Jim Cunningham’s house and instructing him to burn it down. Donnie commits several attacks inspired by The Last Temptation- he sees himself as Jesus and Jim Cunningham (JC) as the Antichrist. Sadly, that’s a story for Part V.
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Max and Chloe don’t exist. They’re Peter Pan and Tinker Bell, the magical child and the manic pixie dream girl. Rachel is Max aged up, reborn and transformed in a ritual of fiery lust. Chloe is the Kewpie mayo, Max is the mustard and Rachel is the ketchup (or hawt sauce) to Frank’s Hawt Dawg Man. This is Brody’s backpack, courtesy of Kalikabanos Apparently, Mushroom is a “reused asset” from Max’s journal. Here’s the little angel Kate, sketching a noose on the The Tree from the Overlook. The same tree that 16-year-old Chloe draws 18-year-old Max being hanged from, even though Max was 13 the last time they saw each other. Next up is Kate's diagram of quantum entanglement (maybe?), which looks like Brody’s hobo symbol for “get out quick”- two people escaping through a portal, or two spears penetrating an eyeball (pump the eyeball to get out of class early). The same Kate who drew a little one-eyed wolf wearing a bandolier, just like the bearry-blue Sky Pirate and his 3 foam bullets, just like Captain Bluebeard and her 3 bullet necklace. The same Kate who was saved from falling off Blackwell by Miracle Max the magical child, just like Chris was saved from falling off a ladder by Daniel. Confused yet?
Blackwell is full of artsy kids because they’re all fragments of Frank, the man who animated them. Kate has two classmates who like to sketch, Daniel DaCosta and Stella, and all 3 of them sit at the same table in the nightmare diner. Birds of a feather flock together. Sean and Max are sketch artists too, always outlining their surroundings. She fills her journal with sketches of the day’s events. The Diaz brothers are Kate’s little wolves. Chris is Frank’s inner child, powered by youthful creativity. Charles is Frank as a washed-up athlete in a Springsteen music video, reliving his glory days through the TV. William is Frank all cleaned up, the too-good-to-be-true sitcom dad. He's not content being Dorothy- he wants to be the Wicked Witch, the Wizard of Oz and all the characters in between.
Chris is a sponge, soaking up pop culture from a million different sources to lay the subliminal groundwork for future Frank’s fantasy world. Everything he consumes is thrown into the mental blender along with his own life story. Each time TV’s Frank pushes the button a new schizophrenic smoothie pops out- LiS, BtS, and LiS2- but that same great Frank flavor always rises to the top. Beaver Creek is a combination of Leave it to Beaver and Wolf Creek, Greg McLean’s horror film about Australian backpackers being hunted by a serial killer. When Mark Jefferson calls his class “pesky kids” and yells at Max for snooping around the Dark Room, he’s mimicking an unmasked Scooby Doo villain: “And I’d have gotten away with it too, if it weren’t for you meddling kids!” The scene shifts every time you switch the lens- Rachel sees her lying dad kissing his mistress. James sees himself saving Rachel from a bad influence. Chloe sees a corrupt politician giving an angel the kiss of death.
Red, yellow and blue: The primary colors are very popular with comic book colorists, movie poster makers and Chris Eriksen. USA and Pepsi Cola, Hulk Hogan and Mickey D’s. Combine all 3 and you get Superman, the ultimate superhero. Click the CS title screen and the words flip from mustard yellow to ketchup red. All the logos were hand-crafted by Chris, yellow on the front and red on the back. Sean kicks aside the red, yellow and blue toy truck- the one from Chris’ house- before sitting down with Lyla. Chris uses the blue and yellow Power Bear to recreate Bane breaking Batman’s back. Choosy Diazes choose Bane brand ketchup. You and I merely watch the television. Chris was born in it, molded by it. He’s Max Headroom inside the boob tube, a deer in the snow globe. He’s Eminem (M&M) dressed up as Robin, Franklin the (Teenage Mutant Ninja) Turtle wearing a Fistful of Dollars-style scrap iron vest as his turtle shell. His shirt represents all the characters inside of him, heroes and villains alike.
Got My Mind Hallucinatin’ All of Frank’s hallucinations are birthed from a little seed, something that catches his ear or strikes his eye. It worms its way into his subconscious, a gut feeling that grows and grows until it explodes outward like a psychedelic chestburster. When something irritating invades an oyster’s shell, the oyster will wrap it in many layers of calcium carbonate before finishing it off with an iridescent coating of nacre. The result is a pearl, a strange and wonderful little orb concealing something unpleasant. An alluring fantasy built around a kernel of truth.
Frank’s pearls consist of 3 main parts. The first is an irritant, like a family that reminds him of his own. He responds by smothering it- Frank murders the father and “liberates” the mothechild. As Daniel says, “The mom was nice, the dad was kind of a weenie.” The third piece is the shiny sugar-nacre coating. He reimagines his actions as a sweet and sour adventure in Francis’ Fantasia, the delicious outer layer of Willie’s Everlasting Gobstopper. The dead are resurrected into, in the words of Matt Groening, “a sort of weird, zombified ideal of the American family”. A beautiful lie to protect his own innocence. Sean tells Daniel they’re going on a grand adventure, James hides Sera from Rachel, and nobody knows what William was lying bout. Sean makes a game of it to see how far they can walk. It's reminiscent of Life is Beautiful, Roberto Benigni’s movie about a Jewish family sent to a concentration camp. The dad spares his son from the horror by convincing him that they're all competitors in a grand game to win a battle tank.
Video games train us to see the world as our piñata. Smash these urns, slash that grass, run over those pedestrians and be rewarded with a grab bag of goodies. Mario bashes blocks and all sorts of powerups and coins pop out. Magic Mushrooms to embiggen the body, Super Leaves for a flying raccoon suit and Fire Flowers to become his fire form. If he snags a Super Star, he becomes temporarily invincible. The gas station is where all the seeds from the woods come to fruition for the Diazes. They read warnings about bears and see claw marks on the trees, then encounter a gas station run by a Mama and Papa bear with a bunch of bear carvings. They find a bunch of crazy mushrooms and up pops Mushroom in a basket. They spot a raccoon and Shazam! there’s a raccoon suit for sale. If Sean checks his bag it’s full of leaves- Super Leaves.
Sean listens to “On the Flip of a Coin”, raids the coin jar and uses a rock to force open the money box at the park. As Daniel plays the Power Bear claw machine he says he’s gonna “beat this boss”. He wins a Minibear, a red plastic egg with a baby Power Bear inside. Like Poké Balls or Chloe’s snow globe collection, the Catcher in the Rye’s gotta catch ‘em all. Frank is Megaman going from boss to boss, collecting their “tiny tools” and leveling up with each conquest. When Daniel power bombs the bear boss, the Super Diaz Bros. are showered in loot. Daniel-Sean is the young bear come to take down the grizzled Hank Stamper. Daniel even calls his bedroom the Bear Lair.
It’s a Peter Pan plan in action, over and over: Frank breaks into a house, kills the father and steals the child. Pompidou, Mushroom, and Baby Rachel were all taken from the rich to give to the poor. When Samuel's waxing poetic about Rachel, he calls her a good egg: a baby dragon. In the drama lab dressing room, Mario’s mystery block is floating behind Chloe. Rachel asks if she brought her flowers. Later they set fire to The Tree together, and Chloe rescues some flowers from her trashcan. The rope from the fallen tire swing forms a question mark as she cracks open the viewfinder to collect its coin. Life needs a little mystery, Chloe.
Flip of the Coin recommends that Sean leave his fate in the hands of a coin flip. But the flip is rigged by you, deciding which fork he should take. Frank can feel your eye gazing down upon him, your hand tugging at the strings. He’s been a very bad boy, so he hides his naughtiness under the blanket. Thomas Bowdler was the man who censored Shakespeare, Big Willie himself. Disney is notorious for neutering their source material this way. Bowers has Bowdlerized his own life- not just to protect his inner child, but also for the home audience. Best freakin’ fighters forever.. That’s a dollar for the swear jar! That is, until the shit hits the fan and the f-bombs start dropping- right before a real bomb goes off. Fun fact: Some freakin' idiot edited a line in The Tempest from “Full fathom five thy father lies” to “Thy Daddy’s dead, thy Daddy’s dead”.
I Think I <3 You Chris’ favorite book is a twist on Where the Wild Things Are, and references to it pop up everywhere. It’s about an angry young boy called Max who turns his own bedroom into a fantasy world to escape his parents. He tames the beasts within and becomes the King of the Wild Things. Swimmers are Otters, football players are Bigfoots, Rachel’s a dragon and Chloe’s a shark. Max becomes an otter in Chloe’s water, and there’s a graffiti shark eating an otter on the wall outside. When Chloe looks at Mr. Sharkie, she says, “Fun fact: shark babies eat their siblings in the womb. Maybe that's why I'm an only child?" The Tin Man frightens Dorothy with the threat of wild animals the same way Sean teases Daniel. Lions and tigers and bears, oh my! What a big foot you have, Grandma!
Daniel is always trying to one-up Sean and wants every animal he sees to be his pet- including the dragon in the clouds. He wants to be King of the Wild Things. Chloe tells Rodney and Rachel that no flamethrower, no army of robot ninjas, not even a dragon on a leash could stand in her way. Rachel is Frank’s Fire Flower flamethrower, his baby dragon in a bottle- the spark that sets Arcadia Bay ablaze, the inferno that roasts Duurgaron, and the hellfire he unleashes against all the raging bulls of his own private nightmare. A sentient tool, like Max the human camera/time machine or Esteban the living compass. On Chris’ wall there’s a drawing of Power Bear punching out Chloe, a ninja riding Rachel, and a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle fighting Hawt Dawg Man.
The Caped Eyeball is the one-eyed monster (One-Eyed Willie), the All-Seeing Eye, the Bad Dad that must be defeated. Frank is a hotdog harvesting hero, Kate’s backpacking monkey misses his banana, Hayden’s stealing all the pencils, Rachel’s rewriting Big Willie’s script and Barb punches the “stupid man cow” right in the dick. This is neither a banana nor a cigar nor a Mario Bros. pipe. How many sexually suggestive symbols can you spot in this picture of a Penis Bear sheath? Note the red and blue “spears” pointing towards the portal.
Next to the pirate ship in the hospital, there’s a toy robot and 3 stuffed animals: Chris’ Henry, Max’s Captain, and Victoria’s baby lion- which also appears in William’s car when Chloe is apologizing for decapitating Rachel. Mikey leaves a drawing of a time-travelling robot (Max) riding a T-Rex (Rachel) in Drew’s room. There’s a letter asking him for help with a robot in his hospital room. The same toy robot appears next to Robot Rachel, transforming into a Destructicon with the power of love. From magical child to destroyer of worlds, the Wild Thing that makes Frank’s heart sing. Jimi Hendrix, dressed all in red and yellow, made national news by sacrificing his red Stratocaster at the end of a performance of Wild Thing. He dry humped it, he fisted it and he painted it with lighter fluid squirted out of a mustard yellow bottle (positioned at crotch level). Then he set fire to it and smashed the shit out of it. It wasn’t very subtle. Spoiler alert: Max’s guitar is a sexual organ.
Lisztomaniac Lisztomania was the Beatlemania of the 1800s. Franz Liszt was a composer and virtuoso pianist touring Europe. Fans began swarming him, throwing their underwear on stage and clamoring for souvenirs. Coffee grounds and cigar stumps for vials and lockets, a piano string to make a bracelet- anything to give them a personal connection. This was well before the time of radio and TV, and celebrity worship of musicians was a novel idea. Lisztomania was considered a contagious medical condition.
To use Samuel’s analogy, Franz’s fans went after him like squirrels chasing food. Eliot stalking Chloe is a mirror of Samuel stalking Rachel. Hans Christian Andersen said an electric shock passed through the room when Liszt entered, and a ray of sunlight passed over every face. Eliot writes “when she left the room it was electric” and Samuel says Rachel was sunlight. Eveline Hańska said Liszt’s glassy eyes sparkled like cut diamonds lit by his wit. Samuel says Rachel is a prism and a dragon made of diamonds. Eliot says Chloe’s eyes flash bright like coins (Mario coins?)
Franz was the social equal of kings and queens. Rachel is Blackwell royalty. When he skipped out on a lover in the middle of the night, she broke all the furniture in their hotel room. Like Daniel wrecking the Three Seals room, or Chloe smashing up the Junkyard, or Chloe throwing a fit when she finds the pictures of Rachel and Frank. Doctors tried to immunize people against Lisztomania, so Max says fuck you to the flu shot.
Lyla creeps up behind Sean as the boy on the bus listening to Phoenix’s Lisztomania walks away. Her bookbag straps are covered in little bombs, like the album cover. Manic pixie dream girls are a popular fantasy- the quirky girl that seems to exist solely to break the awkward male lead out of his shell. Chloe takes Max from chickenshit to Everyday Hero and Lyla is Sean’s personal love witch. She’s the devil feeding his obsession with Jenna, the way Victoria fuels Nathan's destructive desire for Rachel.
Figurines, avatars and people are all fungible to Frank. Almost everyone in LiS2 has a hard shell of unmoving hair, like a Ken doll. But Lyla has a headful of snakes that jiggle back and forth with every twitch of her head. There are two other people with living hair: Doris Stamper and post-accident Daniel. The movement is downright unnatural at times, glitching out like Officer Matthews' dashcam, or Sean's souvenirs.. or Max Headroom. Hair is a fixation for several serial killers. Frank from Maniac scalps women to bring his mannequins to life, Quentin weaves Squirrel’s pigtail into a bracelet, and George from The Lovely Bones keeps a bit of his victim’s hair in his secret serial killer sketchbook. The most treasured trophy a Franz Liszt superfan could receive was a lock of his hair. He received so many requests that he bought a dog to send people clippings of dog hair in lieu of his own.
Lyla Versus Powerman There’s a lot of other weirdness surrounding Lyla. Her name sounds like the deflating lilo from Spanish Sahara, and she could be an aged-up Ayla from Can Ulkay's Ayla: Daughter of War. It's about a little Korean girl who's adopted by a Turkish soldier after her entire village is massacred- Frank's kind of story. There's also a horror movie called Ayla, about a 4-year-old sister brought back to life as an adult woman 30 years later. There’s a fuzzy red ball attached to her backpack, like a moogle’s pompom. Moogles are teddy bear fairies from Final Fantasy that speak in electronic squeaks. Every so often there’s a synthesized chirp in the background while Lyla chats with Daniel. Even stranger, someone keeps revving up a chain saw.. Before Sean enters the gas station, he finds an advertisement for an Ash-82 posted by Sam R.
It's a reference to Sam Raimi’s The Evil Dead, the first movie to star Ash Williams- who Frank has blended in his mind with Ash Ketchum, the star of Pokémon. Chloe’s tape recorder, Daniel’s fear of the trees and Daemon Merrick’s fire pokér incident can all be traced to scenes from Evil Dead. In Evil Dead 2 Ash cuts off his possessed right hand and replaces it with a chainsaw, like Hook’s hook or Barb’s ripper fist. He eventually upgrades the chainsaw to a Power Glove. It’s a robotic claw, and before that it was a Nintendo accessory. Combining the two gives us the Power Bear claw machine.
There’s a circular saw in Esteban’s garage, and while he’s down there Lyla will text Sean threatening to take his hot dad. Father and son can discuss Sean’s essay on Slaughterhouse-Five. Remember Mikey’s Slaughter-Maze of Duurgaron? Remember in The Shining, when an axe-wielding Jack chases Danny around the maze? The last thing Sean says before going inside is “Hello, Friday night”, perhaps a reference to the gender-swapping villain of Friday the 13th. In Army of Darkness, Ash travels back to the Middle Ages, where he envisions himself as a king blowing away witches with his “boom stick”: a 12-gauge double-barreled Remington. Chloe helps Rose by fetching her broomstick, and dresses up as a witch for Halloween. First Samuel sweeps, and then he paints. The chainsaw is Sean’s brum-brumstick, and he cleans house with the help of Lyla the Love Witch. Sean is the barbarian slashing, stabbing and bashing his way through hordes of dragonkins. Lyla and Daniel are the mages, terrorizing them with fire and ice, lightning and acid.
In Luc Besson’s Léon: The Professional, a corrupt cop named Norman Stansfield doubles as the Big Bad Wolf. He looooves blasting Beethoven and popping pills before hunting little piggies with his shotgun. Léon is a professional “cleaner”, a supernaturally talented hitman who single-handedly blows away teams of bodyguards. He’s strictly a lone wolf, with only a houseplant for companionship- like Louis Bloom or Max’s Lisa- until he meets little Mathilda. When Norman murders her family Léon takes the girl under his wing. As he teaches her how to be a hitman- his partner in crime- he slowly becomes the Woodcutter to her Red Riding Hood. Mathilda even wears a red beanie to match his grey one. Chloe says to Rachel, “I’m the lone wolf, you’re Little Red Riding Hood.” When the Big Bad comes to blow their apartment down with rocket-propelled grenades, Léon hacks open an escape route for her with his axe: The Woodcutter cutting Red out of the Wolf’s belly. Fun fact: In Pulp Fiction, the Wolf is a different sort of cleaner- he cleans up other people’s mistakes, erasing all the bloody evidence.
Now, imagine for a moment that there is no Norman, and Léon isn’t such an amazing badass. He fantasizes about killing trained gunmen while he's slaughtering unarmed women and children in their homes. Fine and dandy when he’s blasted out of his mind- but when the buzz wears off and he sees a little girl return from the grocery store to find her dead family, it’s a rude awakening. So the Big Bad Wolf reluctantly becomes the Woodcutter. At the end Léon suicide bombs Norman and Mathilda goes back to being a schoolgirl. She’s the one telling his story, but she never actually saw who murdered her family. Frank is recreating this, and the noble sacrifice is his ultimate fantasy. Barb impaled on Duurgaron’s blade as she smashes his bracer, Chloe taking a bullet for the Bay, Jesus dying for our sins. Chloe’s sacrifice is her superhero ending.
Frank prepares to “jugulate” the Diazes with Phoenix’s Lisztomania, a song about a broken-hearted boy whose first love turned him into a wolf. For Rachel, it’s Broods’ Taking You There: “In the dead of night I'll meet you in my sleep, and in the morning light you'll wake up next to me.” The camera tracks Rachel and Chloe from the strangest angles: Frank’s POV as he stalks them from the bushes. He listens to Syd Matters’ To All of You, a song comparing American girls to dolls, before following Chloe into the girl’s room. Each time Frank descends into Hell as a devil and comes back up an angel. Reborn from the ashes like a phoenix, with a new face and a new Beanie Baby at his side. Chloe is the Corpse Bride of Frankenstein.
Talkin’ Chainsaws The unidentified electronic twang from Lyla’s conversation also evokes Terry Cashman’s baseball song Willie, Mickey and the Duke, which has a similar sound effect when Terry time warps to the 1980s. There are many references to baseball: The glass lens, Frank’s cap, Brett and Frank’s tees, Chris’ baseball cards and Chloe’s bat. Harry Aaron Prescott is Sean Prescott’s father, and Hank Stamper is the bearish father figure that Sean must defeat. They’re both nicknames for Henry- as in Hammerin’ Hank Aaron, the man who broke Babe Ruth’s home run record. Chloe hammers the vending machine until it gives up its Baby Ruth. Chris’ teddy bear Henry is a chip off the old block. Most important of all is the ball and glove from Sean’s sketchbook. The Texas Chain Saw Massacre features Leatherface, a chainsaw wielding fellow who wears a home-made skin mask inspired by Ed Gein. It makes his head look like the unholy love child of an oversized baseball and its glove. Together, Lyla and Sean are Lilo and Stitch.
Bringing this insane mashup full circle is Fun and Fancy Free, a Disney double feature narrated in live-action sequences. The second half stars Mickey, Donald and Goofy as 3 peasants who face off vs Willie, a magical giant with the powers of flight, invisibility and shapeshifting. Willie the giant is the god-like father figure and Mickey is the rebellious young buck who slays him, like Mickey Knox. Except Willie resurrects at the end of the movie, escaping the cartoon and tearing the roof off the narrator’s house: William jumping out of Chloe’s dreams and into her truck. He’s Chloe’s dark passenger, à la Dexter Morgan: the childhood trauma driving her to kill.
To follow Frank’s train of thought, you have to let your mind flow in an abstract stream of consciousness, each idea merging into the next. He takes Bruce Lee’s words to heart- “Be formless, like water.” Willie, Mickey and the Duke begins “The Whiz Kids had won it”- to Frank, that’s Sidney Lumet’s The Wiz with Diana Ross as Dorothy and Michael Jackson as The Scarecrow. Hence the wizard teddy in Mikey’s room. Willie Mays could be the greatest five-tool baseball player of all time. Frank uses his father’s toolbox to do his work- Torches and icepicks and chainsaws, oh my! Mays shares his birth year and the year of his MLB debut with Mickey Mantle, possibly the greatest switch hitter of all time. Switch hitting, ambidexterity, gender fluidity and shapeshifting- the essence of Frank.
The Duke was a triple threat, excelling at baseball, basketball and football- perhaps why the Eriksens are a basketball family and the Norths are a football family. There’s a baseball movie called Major League where the players have recycled names like Willie Mays Hayes and The Duke. Charlie Sheen is “Wild Thing”, who becomes a star pitcher after getting glasses. Cashman’s song also has a line about Yogi Berra- the inspiration for Yogi Bear- reading the comics all the while. Daniel is Boo-Boo, Yogi’s baby bear sidekick. “Hey hey, Boo-Boo” becomes a text from Lyla calling Daniel her boo, and “We must not forget ze booze!”- that is, the boos.
The first half of Fun and Fancy Free is Bongo the bear’s coming of age tale as he battles Lumpjaw for Lulubelle’s paw. Bongo, of course, is the name of Chloe’s dead cat-not-really-a-cat. Hank Stamper is Lumpjaw. Jiminy Cricket is playing the story on a record player next to a doll (Lulu) and a teddy bear (Bongo). Bongo’s primary weapon is his unicycle, which he uses like a buzzsaw vs Lumpjaw’s vicious claws and giant tree cudgel. Chris plays his angelic mother’s old record when he wants to hear Moon and Moon. The singer is a huntress searching for a bear to lick her clean, a husband to come shoot the big bad hand that’s pushing her down. It seems Papa Power Bear put Baby in the corner.
Travis Keaton Arthur Miller, the Trinity Killer from Dexter, has a predictable cycle. First he finds a 10-year-old boy and lures him to a hidden location. He pretends to be a cop to gain his trust. He makes the boy dress up in PJs and calls him Arthur as they play trains together. Then he feeds him special ice cream and buries the sleeping boy alive in cement. Arthur is Peter Panning himself, preserving his own innocence before “the accident”.
Next he finds a young woman like his sister Vera. He forces her into a bathtub with him, “hugging” her from behind as he slices an artery in her leg. He uses a hand mirror to watch her face as she bleeds out, then cleanses himself in a scalding hot shower. When Arthur was 10, he peeped on Vera in the shower. She saw his face in the mirror and slipped, crashing into the shower doors. A shard of glass cut her leg and she bled to death. Arthur lost his sister and his childhood innocence on the same day: Chloe losing William and Max back to back.
The third actor is a mother of two. He takes her up to a rooftop and orders her to jump. If she refuses he threatens her children. Arthur’s mother Marsha jumped off a bridge after Vera’s death. The final victim is an older man, preferably an alcoholic. Sometimes he splits this part between two men. He picks a fight with the first, allowing “Henry” to beat him down. Later he returns to bludgeon Henry with a hammer: Hammerin’ Hank. Henry blamed Arthur for Marsha and Vera’s deaths, making his life hell until Arthur got big enough to silence him. Charles blames Chris for Emily’s death and Chris clearly wants to kill him- he shoots Charles’ head, roasts his reflection and blows up his snow effigy. Chloe fantasizes about murdering David as she looks for his wrench. Esteban is in a very vulnerable position when “Sean” enters the garage- he can’t see who came in. When Brett picks a fight with Sean, he’s already covered in bloody hand prints.
Consider Jefferson’s master plan. First he takes photos of Kate “sleeping” like an angel- preserving her innocence on film. He releases the video of her corruption, encouraging other students to bully her. Jefferson acts like an older brother or a cool uncle, and he grooms Kate to see him as a father figure. When she comes to him for support he blames her and says she’s just looking for attention. If Max is sympathetic, he says Kate doth protest too much- basically calling her a slut. Innocent Kate is little Mark, and corrupted Kate is his mom jumping to her doom. If Jefferson and the Trinity Killer ever met, they’d be BFF.
Team Killer Let me tell you about the other TK that Frank idolizes- Ted Kaczynski, the brilliant mathematician who tried to turn back the clock on civilization and rewind us to our hunter-gatherer roots. As a child he was temporarily quarantined in an isolation facility, leading him to empathize with caged animals. After scoring 167 on an IQ test he was skipped ahead to the 6th grade. Overnight he went from being a leader among his peers to an easy target for bullies. At 16 he got into Harvard on a scholarship, before he even got his driver’s license.
Ted lived in a residence at 8 Prescott St. before moving into the Eliot House dorms. At Harvard he was tricked into participating in a psychological study conducted by Henry Murray, who was rumored to be conducting studies as part of Project MKUltra- the CIA's attempt to create a mind control program through drugs, hypnosis, torture, sensory deprivation, and the sexual abuse of children. You can read about it on the CIA’s website. Ted was required to write essays about his hopes and beliefs, which were handed over to a man paid to bully and humiliate him. The sessions were filmed and the subjects were made to watch their own reactions to the abuse ad nauseam. This happened every week for 3 years.
In Ted’s mid-20s, his social isolation and sexual repression began to take its toll. The sounds of people having sex drove him crazy, and he believed his landlord was turning the other tenants against him. He dreamt of psychologists trying to control his mind and popping back up if he killed them. He went to see a psychiatrist planning to discuss a sex change operation. Ted didn’t identify as a woman, he just thought it was the only way he’d ever get to touch one. After a brief career in academia, he abruptly retired and retreated to a cabin in the woods. He planned to live with as little contact with society as possible, aside from occasionally biking to the library. When developers began to destroy the woods around his cabin, he decided that conflict was inevitable.
When Kaczynski’s mail bombs first started showing up, he was nicknamed the “Junkyard Bomber” because they were all made from readily available scrap. The first was a pipe bomb with wooden plugs inside a handmade wooden box. When opened, a trigger would strike the matches and ignite the bomb. He often included bits of bark, and two of his targets were named Wood. His final bomb killed a lobbyist for Big Timber. Ted worked alone- obviously- but he included little messages between imaginary co-conspirators to throw off investigators. He inscribed his bombs with the initials FC, for Freedom Club. His manifesto never refers to himself in the singular, always we or FC. It’s like he saw himself as a superhero in the Justice League. His nickname was changed to the Unabomber because he targeted universities and airplanes, including a bomb in the cargo hold of American Airlines Flight 444
Warren is the Unabomber. At 16, he’s quite gifted and one of the youngest students at Blackwell. He fights with Nathan Prescott, the typical rich bully riding his Dad’s coattails, and is friends with Eliot: 8 Prescott St. and Eliot House. Eliot’s dorm is almost as woody as Rachel's house, and he argues with Warren about Ed Wood. 44 Cedar St. isn’t just referring to Child 44 and Zombie- it’s a layered reference to Flight 444 and TK’s obsession with wood. Eliot sketched the rocket that appears on Daniel’s t-shirt. The psychic bomber built Sean’s rocket out of a used toilet roll, duct tape and matchsticks. Lyla the love bomber hates airplanes.
Max has to respond to Warren’s text before he blows up her phone. He teaches her to build a pipe bomb from odds and ends lying around the school so she can break into Principal Wells’ office. It’s revenge against the ivory tower father figure who let his cries for help fall upon deaf ears, like when Max tried to report Nathan’s gun. They’re blowing open a doorway into Wells’ mind- making him listen- the same way Chris blows up his ciggy butt snowfather with an exploding “cigar”. The Junkyard is everyone’s secret hideout, a natural location for the Junkyard Bomber and his Freedom Club. Chloe wishes the whole town would get nuked, and if you let the storm wipe it out nature will reclaim Arcadia Bay.
Munchkin Murder “Life is what happens to you while you’re busy making other plans” is the lyric from Beautiful Boy that Jefferson likes to quote. It’s a song John Lennon wrote to comfort his son Sean after a nightmare. Lennon was a great artist but a terrible person in a lot of ways, including beating women and abandoning his first son, Julian. Mark David Chapman was a Beatles megafan with a troubled childhood. His father abused his mother, his mother constantly told him he was destined for greatness, and the children at school bullied him. He described his mom as “right out of Glass Menagerie”- the Tennessee Williams’ play on Rachel’s board o’ inspirations. Like Max in Where the Wild Things Are, he made a fantasy world inside his room, with a town of people that lived in the walls and worshipped King Mark. When he was happy they went about their daily jobs, and he gave them Beatles concerts put on by toy soldiers on a cardboard stage. When he was angry he smashed the town and murdered little people by the thousands.
After hitting puberty, his fantasy changed to having a secret dungeon in the basement of his school filled with women that he touched but didn’t have sex with. On the plane Max learns that none of Jefferson’s victims were physically or sexually assaulted. At 12 a little girl he’d decided was his one true love broke his heart, and he obsessed over her for the rest of his life. Years after Max left the Bay, Chloe is still writing her angry journal entries (but ready to take her back in a heartbeat). At 14 he started using drugs and ran away from home, living on the streets for a couple of weeks. After one hell of an acid trip he thought he’d become John Lennon. At 16 he discovered Holden, the Catcher in the Rye. His favorite movie was Wizard of Oz and he also identified with Dorothy. As an adult he became a very popular summer camp counselor. The kids called him Nemo, after Captain Nemo from Jules Verne’s 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea. Chris has a Nemo submarine in his bathtub. Mark also worked briefly as a security guard.
Mark became a born-again Christian in 1970, four years after John Lennon declared the Beatles were more popular than Jesus. The comment stuck with him for the next 10 years. His mental health ebbed and flowed, alternately attempting suicide and trying to reenact Verne’s Around the World in 80 Days. The “little people” returned to Chapman’s head and he developed a persecution complex. He tried to change his name to Holden Caulfield and became fixated on saving kids from falling off the cliff of phoniness.
The breaking point came when he found a book full of photographs of John Lennon showing off his wealth- the height of hypocrisy for the man who penned Imagine. Mark started stripping naked, playing Beatles records and begging Satan to lend him his power. In 1980 he flew to New York to stop John Lennon from leading any more children to their doom. He hired a prostitute and gave her a massage instead of having sex with her, mirroring Holden’s experience. He left a little shrine on the hotel dresser with mementos from his life, including a postcard of Dorothy wiping away a tear from the Cowardly Lion. Before shooting Lennon Mark bought another copy of Catcher in the Rye, believing that afterwards he would curl up into a ball and vanish into the pages of the book. In his statement to the police, he said he was split in two parts. The big part was Holden Caulfield, and the small part- his child self- was the Devil, urging him to kill.
Dancing in the Dark This is Donnie Darko, his little sister Samantha and her stuffed unicorn Ariel. They’re chilling in a motel room watching TV because their home was wrecked in a freak accident: a red and white spiraled jet engine landed directly on Donnie's room. The funny thing is, there was no plane flying overhead. Donnie narrowly avoided being crushed because a man in a giant rabbit suit named Frank told him to wake up and walk outside.
Frank starts paying Donnie nightly visits because he stopped taking his medications. The last time Donnie was unmedicated, he started setting buildings on fire. At night he becomes a sleepwalking zombie, taking his marching orders from Frank. The night that he escapes the jet engine Donnie sleepwalks out to a golf course where Frank tells him the world will end in 28 days, 6 hours, 42 minutes and 12 seconds. He wakes up with a black marker in his hand and 28:06:42:12 on his arm- the same way Chloe wakes up with words like “Nevermore” written on her palm. The same way the insomniac Lyla uses Sean as her human post-it note. She tells Sean he’ll see more of her skills if he falls asleep first. Frank uses Donnie like Dr. Caligari uses Cesare. Every time Frank tells him to “wake up”, Donnie activates and does his bidding. Before Chloe burns down The Tree with Rachel, her dream graffiti options are “wake up” or “wake up”. The episode is titled Awake.
Donnie’s hallucinations are seeded just like Frank Bowers'. The mysterious jet engine was spawned from the roar of planes flying overhead as he waits for the school bus. You can hear the planes as Lyla walks Sean home from the bus. As she points one out the power line bisects the screen, mirroring the moment when Sean considers calling her back. It also hints at a split personality. In the Title Screen there are two porch umbrellas outside Sean’s house, a grey one on top of a green one. In game there is only the green one. Samantha writes a little story about Ariel leading a prince into a magical world. Frank is a twisted Ariel, Donnie’s White Rabbit leading him into Wonderland. Donnie's girlfriend says his name sounds made up, like a superhero. To change into his costume he simply flips up his hoodie, no telephone booth required.
Donnie’s science teacher is a hip young professor called Kenneth Monnitoff. It’s never explained why a professor is teaching at a high school. He tells Donnie that, in theory, a metal spacecraft flying faster than the speed of light could pass through a wormhole to travel back in time. In fact, any metal craft will do- a DeLorean, an airplane or a one-eyed rocket. When Max rewinds her broken camera in Jefferson’s class, she declares herself a human time machine. Her sketchbook has a drawing of a rather phallic looking rocket, with an arrow pointing to the cap that says “me”. Next to it stands a little character that looks like a cross between Frank the rabbit and Max from Wild Things. Both the squirrel in the woods and the demon Mushroom that Daniel is playing with in the motel look like they’re morphing into Frank- who, by the way, is one-eyed underneath the suit. The giant Wild Thing is a baby chick powered up- a magical child wielding its awesome powers on Frank’s behalf.
There’s another teacher at Donnie’s school named Kitty Farmer. She’s the coach of Sparkle Motion, the junior dance squad that Samantha belongs to. Kitty worships Jim Cunningham, a local self-help author and motivational speaker. He runs a talent show that leads to Sparkle Motion being selected to fly out to LA to perform on Ed McMahon’s Star Search. It’s very similar to the setup where Jefferson selects an Everyday Hero to go to San Francisco. Jim Cunningham has a secret “kiddie porn dungeon” in his home, and the implication is that Kitty is grooming children for him: Kitty Farmer is a Kiddie Farmer. Donnie is watching a double feature of The Evil Dead and Martin Scorsese’s The Last Temptation of Christ when Frank opens a portal in the movie screen for him, showing him Jim Cunningham’s house and instructing him to burn it down. Donnie commits several attacks inspired by The Last Temptation- he sees himself as Jesus and Jim Cunningham (JC) as the Antichrist. Sadly, that’s a story for Part V.
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Songs Artist Albums Years
Maggie Turns to Flies Robert Pollard Not in My Airforce 1996
You Can't Crucify Yourself Frank Black Fast Man Raider Man 2006
Kiss My Ring Frank Black Fast Man Raider Man 2006
White Heaven/Black Hell Public Enemy Muse Sick-N-Hour Mess Age 1994
Cocaine Decisions Frank Zappa Zappa '82 Encores 1983
Keep Me Satisfied Billy Squier Emotions in Motion 1982
Made of Money Adam Ant Friend or Foe 1982
Made of Money [#][Demo Version] Adam Ant Friend or Foe [Bonus Tracks] 1982
Drowning The English Beat Wha'ppen? 1981
All the Dirt Mike Doughty Skittish 2000
Speak to Me The Beautiful South My Book [EP] 1991
And the Money Kept Rolling (In and Out) Antonio Banderas Evita: Music from the Motion Picture 1997
And the Money Kept Rolling in (And Out) Antonio Banderas Evita [Motion Picture Music Soundtrack] 1997
Accountancy Shanty Monty Python Monty Python Sings 1989
So Long, Bannatyne The Guess Who The Ultimate Collection 1997
Things Are Looking Bad for Santa The Arrogant Worms Christmas Turkey 1997
So Long Bannatyne The Guess Who So Long, Bannatyne 1971
Legal Boys Elton John Jump Up! 1982
A Mind With a Heart of It's Own Tom Petty A Face in the Crowd 1989
The One Song I Never Could Write Tammy Wynette Womanhood 1978
Livin' in the Know Mötley Crüe Mötley Crüe [Japan Bonus Tracks] 1994
The Legal Boys Elton John I Know Them So Well: The Best of Tim Rice 1995
Smokescreen (Come and Get Me) Odds Good Weird Feeling 1996
You Know I Couldn't Last Morrissey You Are the Quarry [Deluxe Edition] [Bonus DVD] 2004
Apricots The High Llamas Santa Barbara 1992
Suga Mama Beyoncé B'day 2006
Hypocrite [Live] Asian Dub Foundation Conscious Party 1999
Got's My Own Rodney Jerkins, Destiny's Child Girl, Pt. 1 2005
San Francisco Waitress Eberhard Schoener, Sting, Andy Summers Video Magic/Video Flashback 1986
Forget Joe Budden Rage & the Machine 2016
Ten Million Macklemore Gemini 2017
Get off This Cracker Virgin Years 1994
My Attorney Bernie Dave Frishberg Can't Take You Nowhere: Live 1986 1986
MTV-Get off the Air Dead Kennedys Frankenchrist 1985
Bolo Tie YG, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis This Unruly Mess I've Made 2016
Amerika V. 6.0 (The Best We Can Do) Steve Earle Jerusalem 2002
My First Million Human Radio Human Radio 1990
Hypocrite Asian Dub Foundation Rafi's Revenge 1998
Clean Cut Kid Bob Dylan Empire Burlesque 1985
Saint Augustine in Hell Sting Ten Summoner's Tales 1993
The (Shipped) Gold Standard Fall Out Boy Folie à Deux 2008
Alright Hear This Beastie Boys Ill Communication 1994
Nunc Stans Cynic Traced in Air 2008
Howl Johnny Flynn Been Listening 2010
Life's Been Good Joe Walsh But Seriously, Folks... 1978
Ordinary Man Triumph Allied Forces 1981
We Gotta Have More Soul! Mojo Nixon & Skid Roper Bo-Day-Shus!!! 1987
Car Thief Beastie Boys Demos and Outtakes -
Say Down Gucci Mane Murder Was the Case 2009
The Plough The Divine Comedy Victory for the Comic Muse 2006
Big Wedge [DVD] Fish Return to Childhood [DVD] 2006
Big Wedge Fish Return to Childhood [DVD] 2006
Real Canadians Trooper Trooper [1980] 1980
Tippin' in Da Club Nelly Tippin' in Da Club -
WTF Wiz Khalifa Cabin Fever 2012
Change the World 2 Skinnee J's Sexy Karate 2003
Rap Game's Hijacked Ice-T VI: Return of the Real 1996
Rich and Famous Accept Rich & Famous 2003
The Long Way Home Mary Chapin Carpenter Time, Sex, Love, 2001
The Great Defector Bell X1 Blue Lights on the Runway 2009
Long Lost Pen Pal Hello Saferide Introducing... Hello Saferide 2005
Lester Fiddled the Tax Man Toy Dolls Wakey Wakey 1989
Redundant Cephalic Carnage Lucid Interval 2002
Punk Rock Explained Screeching Weasel Television City Dream 1998
Juicy The Notorious B.I.G. Ready to Die 1994
Juicy [DVD] The Notorious B.I.G. Ready to Die: The Remaster [2006] 1994
Variety Speak Animaniacs Faboo! Collection 1995
Inside Van Halen 5150 1986
Golden Salvation (Jesus Piece) Wale The Gifted 2013
R.I.C.O. Drake, Meek Mill Dreams Worth More Than Money [Bonus Tracks] 2015
Free Enterprise John Legend, Rick Ross Black Market 2015
Who's Your Uncle? Uncle Kracker Double Wide 2000
Hannibal Interlude Hannibal Buress, Lil Dicky Professional Rapper 2015
U Wanna Be a Grip R. Shand U Wanna Be a Grip 2004
Trap Phone Don Q Trap Phone 2017
LSD Public Enemy There's a Poison Goin' On.... 1999
Only in California Ice Cube, Snoop Dogg, Mack 10 The N.W.A Legacy, Vol. 1: 1988-1998 1999
Nothing Lasts Forever Nas The Lost Tapes 2002
Turn Up or Die Young Jeezy, Lil' Boosie It's tha World 2013
Magic T.I., Future Pluto [Best Buy Exclusive] 2012
Good Life Salt-N-Pepa, Spinderella Brand New 1997
More Madonna Hanky Panky 1990
Beibs in the Trap Nav, Travis Scott Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight 2016
A Letter from Death Row Bret Michaels Letter from Death Row 1998
Long Lost Penpal Hello Saferide, Firefox AK Electracoustic 2006
Out My Circle Gucci Mane, V-Nasty BAYTL 2011
I Swear Wyclef Jean, Young Thug J'ouvert 2017
Speedin' [Remix] R. Kelly, Busta Rhymes, Fat Joe, Birdman, Lil Wayne, Webbie, Rick Ross, Brisco, Plies, Flo Rida, Gorilla Zoe We the Best 2008
Speedin' R. Kelly, Rick Ross Drank Epidemic, Vol. 12 & 12.2 2008
I See Ghosts T.I. Fuck Da City Up 2012
Grove St. Party (Freestyle) Lil Wayne, Lil B Sorry 4 the Wait 2011
We Will Not T.I. We Will Not 2016
Open Your Eyes Pusha T Fear of God 2011
Hussel M.I.A., Afrikan Boy Kala 2007
November Tyler, The Creator Flower Boy 2017
Voices Godfather Don, Kool Keith Collabs Tape 2006
White Dress French Montana Jungle Rules 2017
Get Dis Money Slum Village Life:Styles 2005
Family Tree Belle and Sebastian Fold Your Hands Child, You Walk Like a Peasant 2000
Big Time Linda Eder It's Time 1997
I Wish I Was a Punk Rocker (With Flowers in My Hair) Sandi Thom Smile... It Confuses People 2006
Everybody Diez Twiztid, A.B.K. International The Green Book 2003
Gimme the Finga Black Sheep A Wolf in Sheep's Clothing 1991
I Got It Made Special Ed The Mix Tape, Vol. 1: 60 Minutes of Funk 1995
Big Girl Ghostface Killah Fishscale 2006
Trade Money Dilated Peoples Expansion Team 2001
Clean-Cut Kid Michel Montecrossa Michel Montecrossa's Michel & Bob Dylan Fest 2003 2003
Walk on Water Cozy Tapes, Vol. 2: Too Cozy 2017
4 in the Morning Raekwon, Ghostface Killah Fly International Luxurious Art 2015
Juicy featuring Static Major Pretty Ricky Bluestars 2005
Cowboys Fugees The Score 1996
Young Niggaz 2Pac Me Against the World 1995
The Battle of Epping Forest Genesis Selling England by the Pound 1973
Charge It Tim Curry Fearless 1979
Chaining Day J. Cole Born Sinner 2013
Only Lil Wayne, Chris Brown, Drake, Nicki Minaj The Pinkprint 2014
YNO Big Sean, Rae Sremmurd SremmLife 2015
All I Do Is Win Snoop Dogg, Ludacris, DJ Khaled, T-Pain, Rick Ross Victory 2010
If They Knew Rick Ross, K. Michelle Hood Billionaire [Deluxe Version] 2014
We Dem Boyz [Remix] [,] Nas, Rick Ross, Wiz Khalifa, ScHoolboy Q Blacc Hollywood [Deluxe] [Clean] 2014
Super Trapper Future Future 2017
We Dem Boyz Remix Nas, Rick Ross, Wiz Khalifa, ScHoolboy Q Blacc Hollywood 2014
Paychecks Ghostface Killah The Pretty Tony Collection, Chapter 2 2008
Paycheck Ghostface Killah, Trife da God Hidden Darts 2007
Drug Dealers Anonymous Jay-Z, Pusha T Drug Dealers Anonymous 2016
The Curse of Money Ice Cube, Mack 10 War & Peace, Vol. I: The War Disc 1998
Gots My Own Destiny's Child Girl [Australia CD] 2005
Don't Tell Me You Care Crass Best Before 1984 1986
Green Suede Shoes Black 47 Green Suede Shoes 1996
Flat Out Get It Webb Wilder Acres of Suede 1996
Imhotep Noah23 Quicksand 2002
Make You Famous [,] R.A. the Rugged Man, Block McCloud Legends Never Die 2013
Industry Cormega Mega Philosophy 2014
Chase Me Big Boi, Danger Mouse, Run the Jewels Baby Driver [Music from the Motion Picture] 2017
Free Spirit Rick Ross, Meek Mill, DJ Difference Boss Status 2011
Jordan Diddy Future Astronaut Status 2012
Sneakin’ Drake, 21 Savage Sneakin' 2016
HUMBLE. Kendrick Lamar HUMBLE. 2017
Run Up Major Lazer Run Up 2017
Woo Hoo Cam'ron, 40 Cal., Byrd Lady Crime Pays 2009
I Like Control Missy Elliott, DJ Clue?, Mocha, Nicole Wray The Professional 1998
I Love You The Diplomats Diplomatic Immunity 2003
Bad by Myself Biz Markie All Samples Cleared! 1993
V.I.P. Iggy Pop Beat Em Up 2001
Boo Esau The Debut Album: The Farewell Tour 2000
I Wish Sammy Adams Homecoming 2013
You Can Do It! (Give Up) Your Old Droog Packs 2017
Fuckin' They Nose The Click, E-40 Charlie Hustle: The Blueprint of a Self-Made Millionaire 1999
Pound Cake/Paris Morton Music 2 Jimmy Smith, Drake, Ellie Goulding Nothing Was the Same 2013
Darth Vader Metro Boomin, 21 Savage, Offset Without Warning 2017
Hit Em Hard The Game, Freddie Gibbs, Skeme, Bobby Shmurda Blood Moon: Year of the Wolf 2014
Hello Expectations Joe Budden Mood Muzik, Vol. 4: A Turn for the Worst 2010
Man Pharrell Williams, Skepta Konnichiwa 2016
Mama Obie Trice, Trey Songz Second Round's on Me 2006
I Just Wanna Mac Miller, Malcolm McCormick, Chief Keef Bang 3, Pts. 1-2 2015
Oh No Noreaga Melvyn Flynt Da Hustler 1999
Kindness for Weakness Dilated Peoples 20/20 2006
Take My Stash Sir Mix-A-Lot Chief Boot Knocka 1994
Main Attraction Unk 2econd Season 2008
Piss on Your Grave The Coup Steal This Album 1998
Them That's Not J-Live The Best Part 2001
Only When I'm Drunker E-Swift, Tash, J-Ro, Phillip Johnson Rap Life [Clean] 1999
Questions Kendra Foster, Domo Genesis, Da$H Genesis 2016
Return of the Rucksack Stormzy Gang Signs & Prayer 2017
FEAR. Kendrick Lamar DAMN. 2017
Don't Rush Me [,] Jean Grae This Week 2004
Pandemonium Rick Ross, Wale, Meek Mill Maybach Music Group Presents: Self Made, Vol. 1 2011
Drop Dead Frank Zappa Thing-Fish 1984
Ching Ching Nelly Furtado, Ms. Jade Girl Interrupted 2002
Standing Ovation Chamillionaire Ultimate Victory [International Version] 2007
Like This Kanye West, DJ Clue?, Fabolous The Professional, Pt. 3 1998
C'Est la Vie Gonzoe If I Live & Nothing Happens 1998
Till the End Big Syke Be Yo Self 1996
Give a Damn Tonedeff Underscore 2003
FK 10 Freundeskreis FK 10: 1997-2007 2007
They Know Rick Ross Got Snow, Pt. 2 2008
Minute Mike Stud, GASHI This Isn't the Album 2015
Amphetamine Smino Blkswn 2017
PS: I used beautiful soup, python, excel. I have parsed all the lyrics of each of these songs, after i get rid of some formatting errors i will get back with a better table.
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  1. Back To The Secret Garden (Director: Michael Tuchner)
  2. Crème glacée, chocolat et autres consolations (Director: Julie Hivon)
  3. Danny’s Wish (Director: Ian Keiser)
  4. Forgotten Valor (Director: Lane Nishikawa)
  5. Horse Crazy (Director: Eric Hendershot)
  6. Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius (Director: John A. Davis)
  7. MVP: Most Vertical Primate (Director: Robert Vince)
  8. Monsters, Inc. (Directors: Pete Docter, David Silverman + Lee Unkrich)
  9. Pokémon 4Ever (Directors: Kunihiko Yuyama + Jim Malone)
  10. Recess: School’s Out (Director: Chuck Sheetz)
  11. Secret Ballot (Director: Babak Payami)
  12. The Happy Cricket From The Amazon (Director: Walbercy Ribas)
  13. The Little Bear Movie (Director: Raymond Jafelice)
  14. The Little Polar Bear (Directors: Piet De Rycker + Thilo Rothkirch)
  15. The Penny Promise (Directors: T.C. Christensen + Timothy J. Nelson)
  16. The Princess Diaries (Director: Garry Marshall)
  17. The Trumpet Of The Swan (Directors: Terry L. Noss + Richard Rich)
PG
  1. A Passage To Ottawa (Director: Gaurav Seth)
  2. All About You (Director: Christine Swanson)
  3. All Over Again (Director: Cleve Nettles)
  4. Almost Salinas (Director: Terry Green)
  5. Atlantis: The Lost Empire (Director: Gary Trousdale + Kirk Wise)
  6. Baran (Director: Majid Majidi)
  7. Bug Off! (Director: T.C. Christensen)
  8. Cats + Dogs (Director: Lawrence Guterman)
  9. Christmas Carol: The Movie (Director: Jimmy T. Murakami)
  10. Christmas In The Clouds (Director: Kate Montgomery)
  11. Crocodile Dundee In Los Angeles (Director: Simon Wincer)
  12. Da wan (Director: Xiagang Feng)
  13. Delivering Mile (Director: Nick Castle)
  14. Dr. Doolittle II (Director: Steve Carr)
  15. Extremedays (Director: Eric Hannah)
  16. Harry Potter + The Sorcerer’s Stone (Director: Chris Columbus)
  17. Her Majesty (Director: Mark J. Gordon)
  18. Hildegarde (Director: Di Drew)
  19. In Praise Of Love (Director: Jean-Luc Godard)
  20. Joe Somebody (Director: John Pasquin)
  21. Jump Tomorrow (Director: Joel Hopkins)
  22. Kids World (Director: Dale G. Bradley)
  23. Kingdom Come (Director: Doug McHenry)
  24. Lagaan: Once Upon A Time In India (Director: Ashutosh Gowariker)
  25. Little Secrets (Director: Blair Treu)
  26. Lloyd (Director: Hector Barron)
  27. Madison (Director: William Bindley)
  28. Max Keeble’s Big Move (Director: Tim Hill)
  29. Millennium Actress (Director: Satoshi Kon)
  30. Miss Minoes (Director: Vincent Bal)
  31. Mostly Martha (Director: Sandra Nettelbeck)
  32. Mr. Bones (Director: Gray Hofmeyr)
  33. On Their Knees (Director: Anais Granofsky)
  34. On The Line (Director: Eric Bross)
  35. Osmosis Jones (Director: Bobby Farrelly + Peter Farrelly)
  36. Pauline + Paulette (Director: Lieven Debrauwer)
  37. Race To Space (Director: Sean McNamara)
  38. Road To Redemption (Director: Robert Vernon)
  39. Shaolin Soccer (Director: Stephen Chow)
  40. Shrek (Directors: Andrew Adamson + Vicky Jenson)
  41. Skippy (Director: Dionysius Zervos)
  42. Spirited Away (Director: Hayao Miyazaki)
  43. Spy Kids (Director: Robert Rodriguez)
  44. The Emperor’s New Clothes (Director: Alan Taylor)
  45. The Lost Skeleton Of Cadavra (Director: Larry Blamire)
  46. The Majestic (Director: Frank Darabont)
  47. The Mystic Masseur (Director: Ismail Merchant)
  48. The Other Side Of Heaven (Director: Mitch Davis)
  49. Un amor en Moisés Ville (Directors: Daniel Barone + Antonio Ottone)
  50. Wooly Boys (Director: Lesrek Burzynski)
  51. Ziti Hui Mie (Director: Ziqiang Lin)
PG-13
  1. A Beautiful Mind (Director: Ron Howard)
  2. A Documentary (Director: Richard May)
  3. A Knight’s Tale (Director: Brian Helgeland)
  4. A Month Of Sundays (Director: Stewart Raffill)
  5. A Sensible Obsession (Director: George David Jiha)
  6. A Song For Martin (Director: Bille August)
  7. A.I. Artificial Intelligence (Director: Steven Spielberg)
  8. All The Queen’s Men (Director: Stefan Ruzowitzky)
  9. American Outlaws (Director: Les Mayfield)
  10. An American Rhapsody (Director: : Éva Gárdos)
  11. AntiTrust (Director: Peter Howitt)
  12. Autumn Spring (Director: Vladimír Michálek)
  13. Avalon (Director: Mamoru Oshii)
  14. Bandits (Director: Barry Levinson)
  15. Bartleby (Director: Jonathan Parker)
  16. Behind Enemy Lines (Director: John Moore)
  17. Behind THe Sun (Director: Walter Salles)
  18. Beijing Bicycle (Director: Xiaoshuai Wang)
  19. Beneath Loch Ness (Director: Chuck Comisky)
  20. Betaville (Director: Tom Small)
  21. Black Night (Director: Gil Junger)
  22. Bringham City (Director: Richard Dutcher)
  23. Bubble Boy (Director: Blair Hayes)
  24. Carman: The Champion (Director: Lee Stanley
  25. Charlotte Gray (Director: Gillian Armstrong)
  26. Corky Romano (Director: Rob Pritts)
  27. Cowboy Up (Director: Xavier Koller)
  28. Crazy/Beautiful (Director: John Stockwell)
  29. Dei seung chui keung (Director: Wei Tung)
  30. Diary Of A City Priest (Director: Eugene Martin)
  31. Domestic Disturbance (Director: Harold Becker)
  32. Double Take (Director: George Gallo)
  33. Driven (Director: Renny Harlin)
  34. Escanaba In Da Moonlight (Director: Jeff Daniels)
  35. Evolution (Director: Ivan Reitman)
  36. Face Value (Director: Michael Miller)
  37. Festival In Cannes (Director: Henry Jaglom)
  38. Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within (Directors: Hironbu Sakaguchi + Motonori Sakakibara)
  39. Flossin (Directors: Jimmy Bridges + Todd Bridges)
  40. Focus (Director: Neal Slaven)
  41. Genesis (Director: Kenneth Scicluna)
  42. Get Over It (Director: Tommy O’Haver)
  43. Glitter (Director: Vondie Curtis-Hall)
  44. Green Dragon (Director: Timothy Linh Bui)
  45. Hardball (Director: Brian Robbins)
  46. Head Over Heels (Director: Mark Waters)
  47. Heartbreakers (Director: David Mirkin)
  48. Hearts In Atlantis (Director: Scott Hicks)
  49. Herman U.S.A. (Director: Bill Semans)
  50. HipHopBattle.com: Hip Hop 4 Life (Director: David Velo Stewart)
  51. Horror 101 (Director: James Glenn Dudelson)
  52. Hwasango (Director: Taegyun Kim)
  53. I Am Sam (Director: Jessie Nelson)
  54. In Camera (Director: James Muir)
  55. Invincible (Director: Werner Herzog)
  56. Joe Dirt (Director: Dennie Gordon)
  57. Josie + The Pussycats (Directors: Harry Elfont + Deborah Kaplan)
  58. Judgment (Director: André van Heerden)
  59. Jurassic Park III (Director: Joe Johnston)
  60. Just Visiting (Director: Jean-Marie Poiré)
  61. K-PAX (Director: Iain Softley)
  62. Kate + Leopold (Director: James Mangold)
  63. Chilly Dogs (director: Bob Spiers)
  64. Lara Croft: Tomb Raider (Director: Simon West)
  65. Legally Blonde (Director: Robert Luketic)
  66. Longshot (Director: Lionel C. Martin)
  67. Losing Hope (Director: Tony Urban)
  68. Lover’s Prayer (Director: Reverge Anselmo)
  69. Lucky Break (Director: Peter Cattaneo)
  70. Master (Director: Suneil Anand)
  71. Megiddo: The Omega Code II (Director: Brian Trenchard-Smith + Paul J. Lombardi)
  72. Metropolis (Director: Rintaro)
  73. Monkeybone (Director: Henry Selick)
  74. Morgan’s Ferry (Director: Sam Pillsbury)
  75. Moulin Rouge! (Director: Baz Luhrmann)
  76. New Port South (Director: Kyle Cooper)
  77. Ocean’s Eleven (Director: Steven Soderbergh)
  78. Olive Juice (Director: Ken Hastings)
  79. On Edge (Director: Karl Slovin)
  80. Out Cold (Directors: Brendan Malloy + Emmett Malloy)
  81. Pearl Harbor (Director: Michael Bay)
  82. Planet Of The Apes (Director: Tim Burton)
  83. Pootie Tang (Director: Louis C.K.)
  84. Povodyr (Director: Aleksandr Efremov)
  85. Pressure Point (Director: Eric Weston)
  86. Rat Race (Director: Jerry Zucker)
  87. Reversal (Director: Alan Vint)
  88. Riding In Cars With Boys (Director: :Penny Marshall)
  89. Rocky Road (Director: Geoff Cunningham)
  90. Rush Hour II (Director: Brett Ratner)
  91. Rustin (Director: Rick Johnson)
  92. Save The Last Dance (Director: Thomas Carter)
  93. Saving Silverman (Director: Dennis Dugan)
  94. Serendipity (Director: Peter Chelsom)
  95. Shallow Hal (Director: Bobby Farrelly + Peter Farrelly)
  96. Someone Like You... (Director: Tony Goldwyn)
  97. Soul Survivors (Director: Stephen Carpenter)
  98. Stolen Tangos (Director: Eduardo de Gregorio)
  99. Sugar + Spice (Director: Francine McDougall)
  100. Summer Catch (Director: Michael Tollin)
  101. Sweet November (Director: Pat O’Connor)
  102. Sweet Revenge (Director: Gordon McLennan)
  103. Texas Rangers (Director: Steve Miner)
  104. The Accidental Spy (Director: Teddy Chan)
  105. The Animal (Director: Luke Greenfield)
  106. The Blue Diner (Director: Jan Egleson)
  107. The Body (Director: Jonas McCord)
  108. The Bread, My Sweet (Director: Melissa Martin)
  109. The Cat’s Meow (Director: Peter Bogdanovich)
  110. The Curse Of The Jade Scorpion (Director: Woody Allen)
  111. The Fast + The Furious (Director: Rob Cohen)
  112. The Glass House (Director: Daniel Sackheim)
  113. The Lady + The Duke (Director: Éric Rohmer)
  114. The Lord Of The Rings: The Fellowship Of The Ring (Director: Peter Jackson)
  115. The Mummy Returns (Director: Stephen Sommers)
  116. The Musketeer (Director: Peter Hyams)
  117. The One (Director: James Wong)
  118. The Others (Director: Alejandro Amenábar)
  119. The Painting (Directors: Peter Manoogian + Joshua D. Rose)
  120. The Pharaoh Project (Director: Brad Tanenbaum)
  121. The Rising Place (Director: Tom Rice)
  122. The Wedding Planner (Director: Adam Shankman)
  123. The Whole Shebang (Director: George Zaloom)
  124. Time Out (Director: Laurent Cantet)
  125. Tortilla Soup (Director: Maria Ripoll)
  126. Totally Blonde (Director: Andrew Van Slee)
  127. Va Savoir (Who Knows?) (Director: Jacques Rivette)
  128. Violet Perfume: No One IS Listening (Director: Marisa Sistach)
  129. What’s The Worst That Could Happen (Director: Sam Weisman)
  130. You Can’t Buy Love (Director: Garrick Wilkie)
  131. Zoolander (Director: Ben Stiller)
  132. Zu Warriors (Director: Hark Tsui)
R
  1. ‘R Xmas (Director: Abel Ferrara)
  2. 12 Hours (Director: Raúl Marchand Sánchez)
  3. 15 Minutes (Director: John Herzfeld)
  4. 30 Years To Life (Director: Vanessa Middleton)
  5. 3000 Miles To Graceland (Director: Demian Lichtenstein)
  6. A Crack In The Floor (Directors: Sean Stanek + Corbin Timbrook)
  7. A Girl, Three Guys + A Gun (Director: Brent Florence)
  8. A Pocket Full Of Dreams (Director: Vishal Bhandari)
  9. Ablaze (Director: Jim Wynorski)
  10. According To Spencer (Director: Shane Edelman)
  11. Acts Of Worship (Director: Rosemary Rodriguez)
  12. Address Unknown (Director: Ki-duk Kim)
  13. After Image (Director: Robert Managanelli)
  14. Alex In Wonder (Director: Drew Ann Rosenberg)
  15. Ali (Director: Michael Mann)
  16. All Over The Guy (Director: Julie Davis)
  17. All Or Nothing (Director: Adisa)
  18. Alone With A Stranger (Director: Peter Liapis)
  19. Along Came A Spider (Director: Lee Tamahori)
  20. Altered Species (Director: Serge Rodnunsky)
  21. Amazons + Gladiators (Director: Zachary Weintraub)
  22. America’s Sweethearts (Director: Joe Roth)
  23. American Adobo (Director: Laurice Guillen)
  24. American Chai (Director: Anurag Mehta)
  25. American Pie II (Director: J.B. Rogers)
  26. Amy’s Orgasm (Director: Julie Davis)
  27. Amélie (Director: Jean-Pierre Jeunet)
  28. Angel Eyes (Director: Luis Mandoki)
  29. Apartment 12 (Director: Dan Botzin)
  30. Arachnid (Director Jack Sholder)
  31. Ashoka The Great (Director: Santosh Sivan)
  32. Asylum Days (Director: Thomas Elliott)
  33. Atanarjuat: The Fast Runner (Director: Zacharias Kunuk)
  34. Baby Boy (Director: John Singleton)
  35. Bad Karma (Director: John Hough)
  36. Ball In The House (Relative Evil) (Director: Tanya Wexler)
  37. Battle Queen 2020 (Director: Daniel D’Or)
  38. Beyond The City Limits (Director: Gigi Gaston)
  39. Big Bad Love (Director: Arliss Howard)
  40. Biohazardous (Director: Michael J. Hein)
  41. Birds Of Passage (Director: Neil Hollander)
  42. Birthday Girl (Director: Jez Butterworth)
  43. Black Friday (Director: Darren Doane)
  44. Black Hawk Down (Director: Ridley Scott)
  45. Blackwoods (Director: Uwe Boll)
  46. Blind Heat (Director: Adolfo Martinez Solares)
  47. Blow (Director: Ted Demme)
  48. Blow Dry (Director: Paddy Breathnach)
  49. Blue Hill Avenue (Director: Craig Ross, Jr.)
  50. Bodywork (Director: Gareth Rhys Jones)
  51. Bones (Director: Ernest R. Dickerson)
  52. Bottomfeeders (Director: Brian Price)
  53. Bride Of The Wind (Director: Bruce Beresford)
  54. Bridget Jones’s Diary (Director: Sharon Maguire)
  55. Brooklyn Babylon (Director: Marc Levin)
  56. Brotherhood Of The Wolf (Director: Christophe Gans)
  57. Buck Naked Arson (Director: Amy Snow)
  58. Buffalo Soldiers (Director: Gregor Jordan)
  59. Bully (Director: Larry Clark)
  60. CQ (Director: Roman Coppola)
  61. Camouflage (Director: James Keach)
  62. Campfire Stories (Directors: Bob Cea, Andrzej Krakowski + Jeff Mazzola)
  63. Captain Corelli’s Mandolin (Director: John Madden)
  64. Cause Of Death (Director: Marc S. Grenier)
  65. Century Hotel (Director: David Weaver)
  66. Chelsea Walls (Director: Ethan Hawke)
  67. Childhood (Director: Serge Davidoff)
  68. Choke (Director: John Sjogren)
  69. Christmas Nightmare (Director: Vince Di Meglio)
  70. Circles (Director: Jam Kaunda)
  71. Circuit (Director: Dirk Shafer)
  72. Cold Heart (Director: Dennis Dimster)
  73. Cookers (Director: Dan Mintz)
  74. Cowboy Bebop: The Movie (Directors: Shinichirô Watanabe, Tensai Okamura, Yoshiyuki Takei, + Hiroyuki Okiura)
  75. Crash Point Zero (Extreme Limits) (Director: Jim Wynorski)
  76. Critical Mass (Director: Fred Olen Ray)
  77. Crush (Director: John McKay)
  78. Cubbyhouse (Director: Murray Fahey)
  79. Daddy + Them (Director: Billy Bob Thornton)
  80. Dagon (Director: Stuart Gordon)
  81. Dark Asylum (Director: Gregory Gieras)
  82. Dark Blue World (Director: Jan Sverák)
  83. Dead 4: Blood + Guts (Director: Macdonald Carpenter)
  84. Dead Awake (Director: Marc S. Grenier)
  85. Dead Dog (Director: Christopher Goode)
  86. Deadly Rhapsody (Director: Don Abernathy)
  87. Death Game (Director: Menahem Golan)
  88. Demonicus (Director: Jay Woelfel)
  89. Deuces (Director: Michael Winnick)
  90. Devil’s Pray (Director: Bradford May)
  91. Digging With Earnest (Director: Erick Scott)
  92. Dirt (Director: Michael Covert + Tracy Fraim)
  93. Do You Wanna Know A Secret (Director: Thomas Bradford)
  94. Dog Days (Director: Ulrich Seidl)
  95. Don’t Say A Word (Director: Gary Fleder)
  96. Don’t Tempt Me (Director: Agustín Díaz Yanes)
  97. Donnie Darko (Director: Richard Kelly)
  98. Double Bang (Director: Heywood Gould)
  99. Double Deception (Director: Shundo Ohkawa)
  100. Double Whammy (Director: Tom DiCilllo)
  101. Down ‘n Dirty (Director: Fred Williamson)
  102. Down Time (Director: Sean Wilson)
  103. Down + Out With The Dolls (Director: Kurt Voss)
  104. Downward Angel (Director: Kevin Lewis)
  105. Dragon + The Hawk (Director: Mark Steven Grove)
  106. Drop Dead Roses (Director: Jessica Hudson)
  107. Dust (Director: Milcho Manchevski)
  108. Edges Of The Lord (Director: Yurek Bogayevicz)
  109. Elixer (Director: Colm O’Murchu)
  110. Elling (Director: Peter Næss)
  111. Enemy At The Gates (Director: Jean-Jacques Annaud)
  112. Enigma (Director: Michael Apted)
  113. Exit Wounds (Director: Andrzej Bartkowiak)
  114. Extreme Force (Director: Michel Qissi)
  115. Extreme Honor (Director: Steven Rush)
  116. Eyes Are Upon You (Director: David A. Goldberg)
  117. Facing The Enemy (Director: Robert Malenfant)
  118. Falcon Down (Director: Phillip J. Roth)
  119. Fast Sofa (Director: Salomé Breziner)
  120. Fighting Chance (Director: Donald Farmer)
  121. Final (Director: Campbell Scott)
  122. Final Payback (Director: Art Camacho)
  123. Final Solution (Director: Cristobal Krusen)
  124. Finder’s Fee (Director: Jeff Probst)
  125. Firetrap (Director: Harris Done)
  126. Fish In A Barrel (Director: Kent Dalian)
  127. Flying Virus (Killer Buzz) (Director: Jeff Hare)
  128. Forbidden Highway (Director: Kelley Cauthen)
  129. Forgive Me Father (Director: Ivan Rogers)
  130. Formula 51 (Director: Ronny Yu)
  131. Fourplay (Director: Mike Binder)
  132. Frailty (Director: Bill Paxton)
  133. Freddy Got Fingered (Director: Tom Green)
  134. Freez’er (Director: Brian Avenet-Bradley)
  135. From Hell (Director: Albert Hughes + Allen Hughes)
  136. Full Frontal (Director: Kyle Schickner)
  137. Fulltime Killer (Directors: Johnnie To + Ka-Fai Wai)
  138. G.O.D. (Director: Dean Risu)
  139. Gabriela (Director: Vincent Jay Miller)
  140. Gang Tapes (Director: Adam Ripp)
  141. Gangland (Director: Art Camacho)
  142. Gaudi Afternoon (Director: Susan Seidelman)
  143. Get Well Soon (Director: Justin McCarthy)
  144. Ghost World (Director: Terry Zwigoff)
  145. Ghosts Of Mars (Director: John Carpenter)
  146. Girl For Girl (Director: John Quinn)
  147. Going Back (Director: Sidney J. Furie)
  148. Going Greek (Director: Justin Zackham)
  149. Good Advice (Director: Steve Rash)
  150. Good Neighbor (Director: Todd Turner)
  151. Gosford Park (Director: Robert Altman)
  152. Guardian (Director: John Terlesky)
  153. Gypsy 83 (Director: Todd Stephens)
  154. Haiku Tunnel (Directors: Jacob Kornbluth + Josh Kornbluth)
  155. Hannibal (Director: Ridley Scott)
  156. Happy Campers (Director: Daniel Waters)
  157. Harold Robbins’ “Body Parts” (Director: Craig Corman)
  158. Harvard Man (Director: James Toback)
  159. Heart Of Stone (Director: Dale Trevillion)
  160. Hedwig + The Angry Inch (Director: John Cameron Mitchell)
  161. Heist (Director: David Mamet)
  162. Hidden Agenda (Director: Marc S. Grenier)
  163. High Heels + Low Lifes (Director: Mel Smith)
  164. Hollywood Sex Fantasy (Director: Kelley Cauthen)
  165. Honey For Oshun (Director: Humberto Solás)
  166. Hotel (Director: Mike Figgis)
  167. How Harry Became A Tree (Director: Goran Paskaljevic)
  168. How High (Director: Jesse Dylan)
  169. Human Nature (Director: Michael Gondry)
  170. I Love You Baby (Directors: Alfonso Albacete + David Menkes)
  171. Ignition (Director: Yves Simoneau)
  172. Impostor (Director: Gary Fleder)
  173. In The Bedroom (Director: Todd Field)
  174. In The Shadows (Director: Ric Roman Waugh)
  175. Instinct To Kill (Director: Gustavo Graef-Marino)
  176. Intacto (Director: Juan Carlos Fresnadillo)
  177. Intimacy (Director: Patrice Chéreau)
  178. Intimate Affairs (Director: Alan Rudolph)
  179. Iris (Director: Richard Eyre)
  180. Island Prey (Director: William Riead)
  181. Jacked (Director: Timothy Wayne Folsome)
  182. Jackpot (Director: Michael Polish)
  183. Jason X (Director: James Isaac)
  184. Jay + Silent Bob Strike Back (Director: Kevin Smith)
  185. Jeepers Creepers (Director: Victor Salva)
  186. Jesus Christ: Vampire Hunter (Director: Lee Demarbre)
  187. Joy Ride (Director: John Dahl)
  188. Kept (Directors: George Santo Pietro + Fred Olen Ray)
  189. Kill Me Later (Director: Dana Lustig)
  190. Killer Bud (Director: Karl T. Hirsch)
  191. Killer Instinct (Director: Ken Barbet)
  192. Kiss Of The Dragon (Director: Chris Nahon)
  193. Kissing Jessica Stein (Director: Charles Herman-Wurmfeld)
  194. Knights Club (Director: Russell Gannon)
  195. Knockaround Guys (Directors: Brian Koppelman + David Levien)
  196. L.A.P.D.: To Protect + To Serve (Director: Ed Anders)
  197. La Ciénaga (Director: Lucrecia Martel)
  198. Lady In The Box (Director: Christian Otjen)
  199. Laguna (Vendetta) Director: Dennis Berry)
  200. Lan You (Director: Stanley Kwan)
  201. Lantana (Director: Ray Lawrence)
  202. Last Orders (Director: Fred Schepisi)
  203. Last Run (Director: Anthony Hickox)
  204. Last Wedding (Director: Bruce Sweeney)
  205. Lawless Heart (Directors: Tom Hunsinger + Neil Hunter)
  206. Layover (Director: Alan B. McElroy)
  207. Legion Of The Dead (Director: Olaf Ittenbach)
  208. Liars Blub (Director: Bruce Cacho-Negrete)
  209. Life As A House (Director: Irwin Winkler)
  210. Lift (Directors: DeMane Davis + Khari Streeter)
  211. Lip Service (Director: Shawn Schepps)
  212. Little Shop Of Erotica (Director: Ernest G. Sauer)
  213. Lost + Delirious (Director: Léa Pool)
  214. Love Letters: A Romantic Trilogy (Director: Frank A. Caruso)
  215. Love The Hard Way (Director: Peter Sehr)
  216. Lovely + Amazing (Director: Nicole Holofcener)
  217. Lying In Wait (Director: D. Shone Kirkpatrick)
  218. MacArthur Park (Director: Billy Wirth)
  219. Mad Love (Director Vicente Aranda)
  220. Made (Director: Jon Favreau)
  221. Mafioso: The Father, The Son (Director: Anthony Caldarella)
  222. Maniacts (Director: C.W. Cressler)
  223. Manic (Director: Jordan Melamed)
  224. Me Without You (Director: Sandra Goldbacher)
  225. Mean Machine (Director: Barry Skolnick)
  226. Millennium Mambo (Director: Hsiao-Hsien Hou)
  227. Mindstorm (Director: Richard Pepin)
  228. Mindstorm (Director: Mitchell Cox)
  229. Monsoon Wedding (Director: Mira Nail)
  230. Monster’s Ball (Director: Marc Forster)
  231. Mr. In-Between (Director: Paul Sarossy)
  232. Mulholland Dr. (Director: David Lynch)
  233. Mutant Aliens (Director: Bill Plympton)
  234. My Best Friend’s Wife (Director: Doug Finelli)
  235. My First Mister (Director: Christine Lahti)
  236. My Wife Is An Actress (Director: Yvan Attal)
  237. Nailed (Director: Joel Silverman)
  238. Never Again (Director: Eric Schaeffer)
  239. New Alcatraz (Director: Phillip J. Roth)
  240. Night At The Golden Eagle (Director: Adam Rifkin)
  241. Nikita Blues (Director: Marc Cayce)
  242. No Man’s Land (Director: Danis Tanovic)
  243. No One Can Hear You (Director: John Laing)
  244. No Such Thing (Director: Hal Hartley)
  245. No Turning Back (Directors: Julia Montejo + Jesus Nebot)
  246. Nobody’s Baby (Director: David Seltzer)
  247. Not Another Teen Movie (Director: Joel Gallen)
  248. Novocaine (Director: David Atkins)
  249. Nowhere In Africa (Director: Caroline Link)
  250. O (Director: Tim Blake Nelson)
  251. Octopus II: River Of Fear (Director: Yossi Wein)
  252. On The Borderline (Director: Michael Oblowitz)
  253. On The Edge (Director: John Carney)
  254. One-Eyed King (Director: Robert Moresco)
  255. One Night At McCool’s (Director: Harald Zwart)
  256. Onmyoji: The Yin Yang Master (Director: Yôjirô Takita)
  257. Original Sin (Director: Michael Cristofer)
  258. Out Of Line (Director: Johanna Demetrakas)
  259. Pavilion Of Women (Director: Ho Yim)
  260. Pendulum (Director: James D. Deck)
  261. Perfect Fit (Director: Donald P. Borchers)
  262. Perfume (Director: Michael Rymer)
  263. Phantom Love (Director: Madison Monroe)
  264. Picture Claire (Director: Bruce McDonald)
  265. Piñero (Director: Leon Ichaso)
  266. Plan B (Director: Greg Yaitanes)
  267. Platinum Blonde (Director: Cybil Richards)
  268. Pleasures Of Sin (Director: Eric Gibson)
  269. Pretty When You Cry (Director: Jack N. Green)
  270. Prison Song (Director: Darnell Martin)
  271. Protection (Director: John Flynn)
  272. Proximity (Director: Scott Ziehl)
  273. Prozac Nation (Director: Erik Skjoldbjærg)
  274. Pule (Director: Kiyoshi Kurosawa)
  275. Quitting (Director: Yang Zhang)
  276. Rain (Director: Katherine Lindberg)
  277. Rare Birds (Director: Sturla Gunnarsson)
  278. Read My Lips (Director: Jacques Audiard)
  279. Reasonable Doubt (Director: Eric DelaBarre)
  280. Reluctant Hitman (Director: J. Peter Wagstaff)
  281. Rennie’s Landing (Director: Marc Fusco)
  282. Replicant (Director: Ringo Lam)
  283. Resolution (Director: Jay Nuzum)
  284. Revelation (Director: Stuart Urban)
  285. Ricochet River (Director: Deborah Del Prete)
  286. Ripper (Director: John Eyres)
  287. Rock Star (Director: Stephen Herek)
  288. Route 666 (Director: William Wesley)
  289. Runners (Director: Carlo Gustaff)
  290. Runnin’ At Midnite (Director: Pablo Toledo)
  291. Russian Doll (Director: Stavros Kazantzidis)
  292. Samsara (Director: Pan Nalin)
  293. Say It Ain’t So (Director: J.B. Rogers)
  294. Say Nothing (Director: Allan Moyle)
  295. Scary Movie (Director: Keenan Ivory Wayans)
  296. Scenes Of The Crime (Director: Dominque Forma)
  297. Scotland, PA. (Director: Billy Morissette)
  298. Secret Needs (Director: Eric Gibson)
  299. See Spot Run (Director: Jon Whitesell)
  300. Sensual Friends (Director: Jay Madison)
  301. Series 7 : The Contenders (Director: Daniel Minahan)
  302. Session 9 (Director: Brad Anderson)
  303. Seven + A Match (Director: Derek Simonds)
  304. Sex Court: The Movie (Director: John Quinn)
  305. Sex + Lucia (Director: Julio Medem)
  306. Shadow Fury (Director: Makoto Yokoyama)
  307. Shadow Glories (Director: Ziad H. Hamzeh)
  308. Shark Hunter (Director: Matt Codd)
  309. Shot (Director: Roger Roth)
  310. Sidewalks Of New York (Director: Edward Burns)
  311. Sleepless (Director: Dario Argento)
  312. Smokers Only (Director: Verónica Chen)
  313. Snakeskin (Director: Gillian Ashurst)
  314. Snipes (Director: Rich Murray)
  315. Social Misfits (Director: Rene Villar Rios)
  316. Son Of The Bride (Director: Juan José Campanella)
  317. Sorority Girls’ Revenge (Director: Keith Warn)
  318. Sorum (Director: Jong-chan Yun)
  319. Soul Assassin (Director: Laurence Malkin)
  320. Soul Keeper (Director: Darin Ferriola)
  321. Sound Of The Sea (Director: Bigas Luna)
  322. Speaking Of Sex (Director: John McNaughton)
  323. Spiders II: Breeding Ground (Director: Sam Firstenberg)
  324. Spy Game (Director: Tony Scott)
  325. St. John’s Wort (Director: Ten Shimoyama)
  326. Stickmen (Director: Hamish Rothwell)
  327. Storytelling (Director: Todd Solondz)
  328. Stranded (Director: Maria Lidón)
  329. Strictly Sinatra (Director: Peter Capaldi)
  330. Suckers (Director: Roger Nygard)
  331. Suddenly Naked (Director: Anne Wheeler)
  332. Suicide Run (Directors: Ashley Patino + Mike Pickering)
  333. Sunstorm (Director: Mike Marvin)
  334. Super Troopers (Director: Jay Chandrasekhar)
  335. Survivors Exposed (Director: Doug Hoffman)
  336. Swordfish (Director: Dominic Sena)
  337. Tail Sting (Director: Paul Wynne)
  338. Tangled (Director: Jay Lowi)
  339. Tape (Director: Richard Linklater)
  340. Tart (Director: Christina Wayne)
  341. Tempted (Director: Bill Bennett)
  342. The Affair Of The Necklace (Director: Charles Shyer)
  343. The Anniversary Party (Directors: Alan Cumming + Jennifer Jason Leigh)
  344. The Arena (Director: Timur Bekmambetov)
  345. The Attic Expeditions (Director: Jeremy Kasten)
  346. The Believer (Director: Henry Bean)
  347. The Boys Of Sunset Ridge (Director: Doug McKeon)
  348. The Breed (Director: Michael Oblowitz)
  349. The Brothers (Director: Gary Hardwick)
  350. The Bunker (Director: Rob Green)
  351. The Business Of Strangers (Director: Patrick Stettner)
  352. The Caveman’s Valentine (Director Kasi Lemmons)
  353. The Château (Jesse Peretz)
  354. The Closet (Director: Francis Veber)
  355. The Cross (Director: Lance Tracy)
  356. The Cure For Boredom (Director: Ruben Preuss)
  357. The Deep End (Director: Scott McGehee + David Siegel)
  358. The Devil’s Backbone (Director: Guillermo del Toro)
  359. The Elite (Director: Terry Cunningham)
  360. The Enemy (Director: Tom Kinninmont)
  361. The Experiment (Director: Oliver Hirschbiegel)
  362. The Fluffer (Directors: Richard Glatzer + Wash Westmoreland)
  363. The Forsaken (Director: J.S. Cardone)
  364. The Fourth Angel (Director: John Irvin)
  365. The Gaul (Director: Jacques Dorfmann)
  366. The Grey Zone (Director: Tim Blake Nelson)
  367. The Happiness Of The Katakuris (Director: Takashi Miike)
  368. The Hole (Director: Nick Hamm)
  369. The Hollywood Sign (Director: Sönke Wortmann)
  370. The Holy Land (Director: Eitan Gorlin)
  371. The Homecoming Of Jimmy Whitecloud (Director: Paul Winters)
  372. The Ignorant Fairies (His Secret Life) (Director: Ferzan Ozpetek)
  373. This Invisible Circus (Director: Adam Brooks)
  374. The Jimmy Show (Director: Frank Whaley)
  375. The Journeyman (Director: James Crowley)
  376. The Last Castle (Director: Rod Lurie)
  377. The Last Kiss (Director: Gabriele Muccino)
  378. The Last Supper or How Two Madmen Made A Film (Director: Vojko Anzeljc)
  379. The Legend of Suriyothai (Director: Chatrichalerm Yukol)
  380. The Long Run (Director: Jean Stewart)
  381. The Man Who Wasn’t There (Director: Joel Coen)
  382. The Man From Elysian Fields (Director: George Hickenlooper)
  383. The Medicine Show (Director: Wendell Morris)
  384. The Mexican (Director: Gore Verbinski)
  385. The Midnight Hour (Director: Emmanuel Itier)
  386. The Navigators (Director: Ken Loach)
  387. The Next Big Thing (Director: P.J. Posner)
  388. The Order (Director: Sheldon Lettich)
  389. The Parole Officer (Director: John Duigan)
  390. The Piano Teacher (Director: Michael Haneke)
  391. The Pledge (Director: Sean Penn)
  392. The Point Men (Director: John Glen)
  393. The Pool (Director: Boris von Sychowski)
  394. The Princess Blade (Director: Shinsuke Sato)
  395. The Private Public (Director: Dana Altman)
  396. The Proposal (Director: Richard Gale)
  397. The Quickie (Director: Sergei Bodrov)
  398. The Rage Within (Director: Mike Norris)
  399. The Red Right Hand (Directors: Mike Gioscia + Kurt St. Thomas)
  400. The Remnant (Director: Rick Jordan)
  401. The Riff (Director: Mark W. Allen)
  402. The Royal Tenenbaums (Director: Wes Anderson)
  403. The Safety Of Objects (Director: Rose Troche)
  404. The Score (Director: Frank Oz)
  405. The Secret Pact (Director: Rodney Gibbons)
  406. The Shaft (Director: Dick Maas)
  407. The Shipment (Director: Alex Wright)
  408. The Shipping News (Director: Lasse Hallström)
  409. The Shrink Is In (Director: Richard Benjamin)
  410. The Sleepy Time Gal (Director: Christopher Munch)
  411. The Son’s Room (Director: Nanni Moretti)
  412. The Tailor Of Panama (Director: John Boorman)
  413. The Triumph Of Love (Director: Clare Peploe)
  414. The Unsaid (Director: Tom McLoughlin)
  415. The Waking (Director: Tim Card)
  416. The Warrior (Director: Asif Kapadia)
  417. The Warrior (Director: Sung-Su Kim)
  418. The Wash (Director: DJ Pooh)
  419. The Wind (Director: Michael Mongillo)
  420. They Crawl (Director: John Allardice)
  421. Things Behind The Sun (Director: Allison Anders)
  422. Thir13en Ghosts (Director: Steve Beck)
  423. Thirteen Conversations About One Thing (Director: Jill Sprecher)
  424. Ticker (Director: Albert Pyun)
  425. To End All Wars (Director: David L. Cunningham)
  426. Tomcats (Director: Gregory Poirier)
  427. Town + Country (Director: Peter Chelsom)
  428. Training Day (Director: Antoine Fuqua)
  429. Treed Murray (Director: William Phillips)
  430. True Blue (Director: J.S. Cardone)
  431. Tuno Negro (Directors: Pedro L. Barbero + Vicente J. Martin)
  432. Two Can Play That Game (Director: Mark Brown)
  433. Two Coyotes (Director: Jose Reyes Bencomo)
  434. Unseen Evil (Director: Jay Woelfel)
  435. Valentine (Director: Jamie Blanks
  436. Vanilla Sky (Director: Cameron Crowe)
  437. Vengeance (Director: Brian Belefant)
  438. Venus + Mars (Director: Harry Mastrogeorge)
  439. Vidocq (Director: Pitof)
  440. Viktor Vogel - Commercial Man (Director: Lars Kraume)
  441. Viva Las Nowhere (Director: Jason Bloom)
  442. Waking Life (Director: Richard Linklater)
  443. Wasabi (Director: Gérard Krawczyk)
  444. Watchtower (Director: George Mihalka)
  445. Wendigo (Director: Larry Fessenden)
  446. Wet Hot American Summer (Director: David Wain)
  447. What To Do In Case Of Fire (Director: Gregor Schnitzler)
  448. When Strangers Appear (Director: Scott Reynolds)
  449. Who Is Cletis Tout? (Director: Chris Ver Wiel)
  450. Wish You Were Dead (Director: Valerie McCaffrey)
  451. Witness To A Kill (Director: Darrell Roodt)
  452. Women In Film (Director: Bruce Wagner)
  453. World Traveler (Director: Bart Freundlich)
  454. Xchange (Director: Allan Moyle)
  455. Y tu mamá también (Director: Alfonso Cuarón)
  456. Zigs (Director: Mars Callahan)
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  1. L.I.E. (Director: Michael Cuesta)
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