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A wimpy trip to hell
List creator: woozy
Created on: June 18, 2004 - 8:12 PM PDT
Description: SinisterGuffaw (muscle), woozy (brain), and IronS (advisory chorus) go to hell to rescue SoniaBlue. Turned out she wasn't there. Then they got stuck and SonjaB's mirror shades rescued them.

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Black Orpheus (Criterion Collection) (1959)
  Orpheus went to hell to bring back the dead, so why can't woozy? But seriously, this a beautiful retelling of the Orpheus myth. I haven't seen it lately but I remember it being quite nice.
Hell's Gate (2001)
  Okay, this is a silly list but we start at the gate of hell.
Dazed and Confused (1993)
  According to Dante, even before you enter hell the souls of the indescisive and indiferent hang around to scared to enter but unable to return to the living.
Road to Bali/My Favorite Brunette (1953)
Not Rated
  "Abandon Hope All Ye Who Enter Here" Okay, here ya go. (I told you this would be a silly list)
Styx (2001)
  The river Archeon/Styx. Okay, it's just a title. Don't know anything about this movie.
Lone Wolf and Cub: Baby Cart at the River Styx (1972)
Not Rated
  Nor this one but what a great subtitle. Wish someone made a movie of "houseboat on the river styx"
Bringing Out the Dead (1999)
  Okay, he we go. We must be ferried by the boatman Charon. This is a decently gripping and moving Scorcese film in which Cage plays an ambulance driver emotionally involved carrying lost souls. Apt I figure.
Bill & Ted's Bogus Journey (1991)
  JBellow's contribution to the trip.
The Doom Generation (1995)
  The first circle is the unbaptised (babies and pre-christian pagans). Their lack of imagination forced them to spend eternity living within the limits of their vision. In this film, apathy and disinterest make the afterlife Earth in Hell.
A Streetcar Named Desire (1951)
  As long as we are doing literary elysians, er, allusions. Who can resist "They told me to take a streetcar named 'Desire',transfer to one called 'Cemetery',ride six blocks and get off,at Elysian Fields"?
The Man from Elysian Fields (2001)
  Unless I'm mistaken, the first circle of Hell *is* Elysian Fields
Hercules (1997)
  IronS' favorite depiction of hell in a movie
Legend: Ultimate Edition (Disc 1 of 2) (Director's Cut) (1985)
  JellyBelly's childhood experience with the prince of darkness
Memento (2000)
  Another JellyBelly addition (loss of innocence? Life as hell? Memory as...)
Lust in the Dust (1984)
  The second circle of hell: where the lustful are blown around on a dark wind
Belle Epoque (1992)
  favorite film about lust. Not much to do with hell though. Perhaps an argument against the idea of hellfire for the lustful
Malena (2000)
  Artiflex' film about lust. Hell? Well, to hell with hell when there's lusting to be done.
Lust for a Vampire (1971)
  IronS is the only one who seemed to remember where we are and what our purpose here was
Seven (1995)
  IronS gets impatient and wants to compress a few circles
Escape From Hell (1979)
Not Rated
  SonjaB shows up. She wasn't in hell after all; just on a very bad first date. We all get fed up and leave.

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