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Crash (15) C4, pounds 12.99 In a bizarre exhibition of tastelessness, the makers of Black Box have produced a Best Of... assortment of car accidents in the style of David Cronenberg's second-rate fetish flick. Needless to say, it begins with Diana. H
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