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Grimes' CRAY New Music Video Is Basically Mad Max In A New York Subway! Watch Kill V. Maim To See What We Mean!

The subway can be a scary place!

Especially when Grimes turns a subway station into a rave with her cyberpunk crew — who totally look like extras from the Mad Max movies!

At least, that's how it appeared in the singer's new music video for Kill V. Maim off her album Art Angels!

Related: Grimes Makes Forbes' '30 Under 30' List!

The video is the third act in a series of videos from the album — which kicked off with Flesh Without Blood and Life in the Vivid Dream.

Grimes payed homage to George Miller's Mad Max: Fury Road in the video — and even channeled her inner Imperator Furiosa (played by Charlize Theron in the film), driving a bright pink monster truck with a shaved head!

Ch-ch-check out the crazy video for Kill V. Maim (above) to see the madness ensue!

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Mad Max: Fury Road Continues Its Winning Streak At The London Film Critics’ Circle! Could This Be An Oscar Dark Horse??

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What a lovely day!

Mad Max: Fury Road won practically every award at the Critics' Choice Awards on Sunday night, and it's not showing any signs of stopping.

The George Miller masterpiece continued to win big at the London Film Critics' Circle on Monday adding three more awards to its résumé!

Related: Miller Says He Won't Direct Mad Max Sequels?!

Not only did the action flick win Director of the Year and British/Irish Actor of the Year for Tom Hardy, it actually won Film of the Year as well!

Could this be the dark horse for the Best Picture Oscar?!

Ch-ch-check out the full list of London Film Critics' Circle winners (below)!!!

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These Films Definitely Won't Be Honored At The Critics' Choice Awards — Here Are The 10 WORST Reviewed Movies Of 2015!

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The Critics' Choice Awards are tonight, where the year's best films and TV shows will be honored by — you guessed it — critics!

While the critics LOVED films like Mad Max: Fury Road and shows like FX's Fargo — which both topped the list of nods — not every movie can get the same acclaim!

Even though audiences seemed to watch the heck out of Adam Sandler's Netflix feature The Ridiculous Six, the low-brow Western comedy was critically panned, earning a whopping ZERO percent on Rotten Tomatoes (a site which calculates the percentage of critics who liked a movie)!

Even though Sandler had two more films on our list (we're not kidding,) films starring the usually well-respected Reese Witherspoon and Liam Neeson were also in the stink pile!

Find out which films definitely WON'T be winning a Critics' Choice Award this weekend (below)!

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No More Mad Max Movies?! Director George Miller Says 'I Won't Do Those Anymore' After Golden Globes Loss!

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One of the biggest movies of 2015 was Mad Max: Fury Road — which will hopefully pick up a few Oscar nominations after being swept at the Golden Globes!

Ever since the release of the acclaimed film, director George Miller made it sound like he was to be involved in making more sequels!

The Aussie filmmaker even teased the title of the next film would be Mad Max: The Wasteland and would follow Tom Hardy's character on another adventure!

Related: Mad Max: Fury Road Dominates Critics' Choice Awards Nods!

But even if Warner Brothers plans to ignite more installments of the dystopian action franchise, it looks like Miller won't be the one to direct them!

After Sunday's ceremony, the 70-year-old said he "won't make any more Max Max movies," telling the New York Post's Page Six:

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The Revenant Survives Killer Competition To Win Best Drama At The 2016 Golden Globes!

Just moments after winning the Golden Globes for Best Director and Best Actor, Alejandro G. Inarritu and Leonardo DiCaprio returned to the stage as The Revenant continued the streak!

Winning Best Drama wasn't exactly climbing out of your own grave, but it was by no means an easy feat this year!

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Up against such diverse movies as Carol, Mad Max: Fury Road, Room, and Spotlight, the revenge film came out on top!

Ch-ch-check out the final acceptance speech of the night (above)!

And don't forget to check out the ongoing winners list HERE!

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