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Dear Equinox-er,

The 90s. We were all so young, so naive, and some of the music was not great. (Full disclosure: I have never liked grunge.) But there were some good things! I am happy to have a vid in the full spirit of the challenge with 1990s music, I am also equally happy to see any of these sources vidded to more recent songs. Whatever. It's the end of history and everything's going to be fine.

Thank you for making me a vid! I love vids, and quite honestly I would be happy to see a vid in any of these fandoms. I have suggested music for some of them, but please don't feel bound by what I've suggested, and I have no qualms about oft-vidded songs, either. And while a lot of these fandoms are very close to my heart, I will be very happy to see vids for them regardless of anything.

Hocus Pocus (1993)
One of my favorite Halloween movies. Asking for a Halloween vid for a spring equinox vid exchange seems odd, but I embrace the spirit of combining holidays as demonstrated by The Nightmare Before Christmas. Anything would be great.

Harriet the Spy (1996)
I'm not sure how good a movie this is, really, or how good an adaptation, but I adore Harriet and I would love a vid about her.

Velvet Goldmine (1998)
We don't need a David Bowie biopic, we have this movie. I've never seen a movie that better encapsulates the salvific power of music, and of rock and roll specifically. Also, you know, it's queer af and I love it to bits. I cried when Bowie died. Whatever you do, I'll love it.

ReBoot (TV)
This show…this beautiful, strange, weird show. If you have the source, I'll pretty much love whatever you do, but I loved everything about it, from the in-jokes to the characters to, yes, the weird time-skip where everything suddenly got much more serious.

My Blue Heaven (1990)
I think only my family and [personal profile] kuwdora have seen this movie. Everyone else who has seen this movie has been showed it by my family. I have loved it since it came out, and I loved it even more after I moved to California and I realized how true it was about the East Coast/West Coast divide. (Fun fact: I have considered vidding this movie to Dar Williams' "Southern California Wants to Be Western New York." If you can make that work, have at it.) I have lived that divide, and whatever vid you make, I will love it.

Ronin (1998)
"Whenever there is any doubt, there is no doubt." Words to live by, and I do, out of a movie that has the best car chases since The French Connection and casts Sean Bean in a role where he doesn't die. Whatever vid you make for this movie will make me extremely happy.
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