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September 2014's edition of what's worth streaming on Netflix. Bugs, bloody revenge, Stephen Dorff, and more!
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Fincher's pulpy neo-noir adaptation is pitch-dark, uncomfortably erotic, and absolutely hilarious.
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Cronenberg's latest is a gleefully distasteful 111 minutes of anti-satire, incest, and ghosts.
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Ferrara shows the passionate, eccentric side of Italian director, poet, and writer, Pier Paolo Pasolini rendered through a charismatic performance by Dafoe.
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