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SCUFF 2017 will feature Singapore premieres of Gimme Danger, Jim Jarmusch's rockumentary about legendary punk band The Stooges (above), and surreal black-and-white horror flick The Eyes of My Mother.

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Surreal black-and-white horror flick The Eyes of My Mother.

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Making a comeback on the big screen in Cantonese for the first time is Prison on Fire (1987).

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The last title in the line-up is Coffy, a 1973 blaxploitation classic that turned its lead Pam Grier into an icon of the genre.

Showcasing screen gems for the cinephile

Iggy Pop, Chow Yun Fat and Pam Grier are some of the familiar faces in the latest line-up of movies for the Singapore Cult and Underground Film Festival.
Feb 17, 2017 5:50 AM

SINGAPORE Cult and Underground Film Festival (SCUFF) returns for its second edition next week. Like the inaugural event last year, the line-up is an eclectic one, to say the least.

Organised by the Society for Cult and Underground Movies (SCUM), which comprises two local cinephiles

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