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Genre Grandeur – Strange Days (1995) – Moody Moppet

Happy 2017, Folks! I wish you all a blissful year, filled with happy thoughts, good deeds and lots of cool movie reviews. I’ll start my year with another GG, CyberPunk review of Strange Days (1995). Cheers to ya’ll!



For this month’s next review for Genre Grandeur – Cyberpunk Films, here’s a review of Strange Days (1995) by Reut of Moody Moppet

Thanks again to Becky of Film Music Central for choosing this month’s genre.

Next month’s Genre has been chosen by Catherine of Thoughts All Sorts. We will be reviewing our favorite Westerns set in the “old West” – so, that excludes Contemporary Westerns i.e. No Country for Old Men, Hud, Desperado, Junior Bonner etc.

Please get me your submissions by the 25th of Jan by sending them to

Try to think out of the box! Great choice Catherine!

Let’s see what Reut thought of this movie:


gg2Strange Days (1995)

Cool movie, cool casting, cool setting, cool story, COOL!

First, welcome to MovieRob’s and Becky of Film Music Central’s Cyberpunk December GG.

Great genre and most diverse as well. I think, my favorite so far…

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7 thoughts on “Genre Grandeur – Strange Days (1995) – Moody Moppet

  1. I remember way back in like 96 or 97 someone describing Strange Days as “the best movie of the year that nobody saw”. I’ve wanted to see it since then but somehow have never gotten around to it. Thanks for the reminder.

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    1. I hope you’ll like it. But it’s true, though. I also don’t think there was a big fuss going around with Strange Days, but perhaps this makes it even more desirable. I tend to prefer those underground movies a lot better than the familiar, mainstream ones. It should be kept under the radar. Thank you for reading!! ☺


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