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  • The German label Black Rain presents a Christmas compilation with Electro - and Gothic-tracks.

    Side-Line news feed

  • TayZonday, and he put his song up on YouTube and it's called Black Rain and it makes it to the front page, and millions of people are watching it.

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  • In 1986 in Black Rain on the Chesapeake Bay area of Maryland, teenager Caitlin Neuman suffers from a horrific repetitive nightmare that feels as if it happened to her; two teens are in a car crash during a blizzard.

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  • The disease killed the 40-year-old actor just a few months after Black Rain was released.

    Resurrecting Yusaku Matsuda

  • Sometimes I'm tempted to say that this was a promise that the man failed to deliver on later in his career for me, it stops after Black Rain, which I must utterly love because I can't stand Micheal Douglas and I'll still watch it.

    Song of myself

  • The similarly-themed 1989 Ridley Scott thriller Black Rain was a relatively shallow exercise, IMHO.

    Hullabaloo

  • There was no food during those bleak years, 1946 and 1947, after the war, and the Black Rain, as the bomb that landed on Hiroshima was called, had killed her brothers and uncles when their house was destroyed from the blast.

    Seishin

  • Oddly enough, just a few days ago I was discussing his film Black Rain aka Kuroi ame with someone and the horrific & dark images of people destroyed by war that Black Rain conjures up from the deep depths of human suffering came back to me in a rush and have been haunting me ever since.

    R.I.P. Shohei Imamura 1926-2006

  • Memoirs of a Geisha became a phenomenon on the bestseller list, Hollywood made alarmist, neurotic films like Black Rain and Rising Sun, and Newsweek published a famous cover of the Columbia Pictures icon clad in a kimono "Japan Invades Hollywood" the headline trumpeted .

    The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com

  • Two decades since the sympathetic sinners of Fatal Attraction, Black Rain, Wall Street and Basic Instinct, the two-time Oscar winner confesses to an enduring fondness for swindlers, womanizers and weasels.

    Ottawa Sun

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