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25 great ’90s movies streaming on Netflix

via Louie Schuth, Hypable.com

  1. Clueless
  2. Romeo + Juliet
  3. Good Will Hunting
  4. Fargo
  5. Mulan
  6. Philadelphia
  7. Jerry Maguire
  8. Sense and Sensibility
  9. Barton Fink
  10. Hercules
  11. Leaving Las Vegas
  12. Groundhog Day Movie
  13. The Silence Of The Lambs
  14. Pulp Fiction
  15. The Fifth Element
  16. The Prince of Egypt
  17. Pi
  18. Total Recall
  19. American Beauty
  20. Slacker
  21. Following
  22. Amistad
  23. What’s Eating Gilbert Grape
  24. Fried Green Tomatoes
  25. Galaxy Quest

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Revisit the best in alternamusic with the 120 Minutes archive

Independent Internet archivist Tylerc is assembling an archive of the show’s entire run, going through each episode and noting the host, the special guests, and the entire playlist, complete with Youtube links for each of the songs featured. In addition to the playlists and video records, Tylerc also includes an overview of the series, special videos dedicated to the last show, and information about the different hosts. – Rob Dean, The A.V. Club
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Now You Can Watch Every Episode Of ‘Are You Afraid Of The Dark’ On YouTube

If you had the privilege of growing up in the greatest decade of all time — the ’90s — you probably remember the show Are You Afraid of the Dark. […] From goblins to ghosts, old neighbors, crimson clowns and water demons, every episode centered on paranormal tales and urban legends, but since the series ended over 14 years ago, we’ve been looking for a way to traumatize the next generation of kids. Well, it looks like YouTube has answered the call. Every episode ever of the horror anthology series is now available on the video sharing website which means you can now properly educate your own kids on “The Tale of the Ghastly Grinner.” – Jessica Toomer,UPROXX 
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11 Great Indie Films From the ’90s Streaming on Netflix Now: From ‘Fargo’ to ‘Pulp Fiction’

Nostalgia for the ’90s is in full bloom these days, with a recent three-part special on the National Geographic Channel asking “The ’90’s: The Last Great Decade?” It’s been 20 years since Kurt Cobain died; “Friends” is celebrating its 20th anniversary with much fanfare and Bill Clinton is perhaps more popular than ever. With global warming on the rise and world order increasingly chaotic, it’s no surprise that many of us (at least those who were old enough to remember the decade) look back on the ’90s with fondness (although we still can’t get over the fact that “Dances with Wolves” won the Best Picture Oscar in 1991 instead of “Goodfellas”).We admit to being a bit nostalgic about the independent film scene of The ’90s, which arguably was the heyday of the contemporary indie film movement. In 1989, Steven Soderbergh’s Sundance Award-winning “Sex, Lies and Videotape” set the stage for a renaissance that would last more than a decade, producing directors such as Quentin Tarantino, Nicole Holofcener, Alexander Payne, Richard Linklater, Wes Anderson, Darren Aronofsky, Ang Lee, Sofia Coppola and many more. From “Slacker” in 1991 to “Boys Don’t Cry” in 1999, it was a strong decade for fiercely independent films which continue to be as relevant today as they were back in the day. – Paula Bernstein,indieWIRE(Full Story: http://ift.tt/1mz16S3 )