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15. Nightbreed



Clive Barker's masterpiece, in my opinion. One of the better analogies for a segregated, oppressed social minority and one of the most horrifying films in terms of imagery and deliverance. True horror, truly awesome.
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This is almost as bad as the top 50 Hip Hop albums thread!
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14. Donnie Darko



The film that made Jake Gyllenhaal is one that is still very distinctive in a variety of ways. The tones are darky and moody, the performances earnest and left-field and the pallette is very off-beat, almost 'indie' without delving too much into obscurity. There's sensibilities here rarely seen for a film of this casting, budget and concept. Considering David Gordon-Green has released his second star-studded indie affair this year and Matthew McConnaughey re-built his career on smaller films, Richard Kelly was ahead of his time for making smaller projects more relevant at a time when most cinema fodder couldn't move for its own bloated budget.
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