Stranger than Paradise: People who have more than one pork pie hat, and more than one 78 rpm record.
Down by Law: People who pre-ordered Tom Waits’ Orphans: Brawlers, Bawlers & Bastards box set. Also, people who still haven’t forgiven Roberto Benigni for Life Is Beautiful.
Mystery Train: People who love Elvis. Also, people who “ironically” love Elvis.
Night on Earth: Women who’ve gone from wanting to be Winona Ryder to wanting to be Gena Rowlands.
Dead Man: Men who have, at least once in their lives, worn mutton chops and some sort of crafted mustache. Also, women who own at least one corset.
Year of the Horse: People whose entire wardrobe is comprised of flannel shirts and long underwear.
Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai: Men who own multiple Wu-Tang albums on vinyl, and multiple Seijun Suzuki films on imported Blu-ray.
Coffee and Cigarettes: People who still call each other “Billmurray” in casual conversation and couldn’t care less that other people don’t know why the hell they’re doing that.
Broken Flowers: People who thought Bill Murray was too cheery in Lost in Translation.
The Limits of Control: Heidegger diehards who thought Ghost Dog had “way too much plot, man.”
Only Lovers Left Alive: People who rotate between multiple shades of black fingernail/toenail polish.