Remember discmen? Remember Woodstock '99? Remember pogs and floppy discs and Sugar Ray and Blockbuster and Bob Barker? All those things may be distant memories of decades past (as if!), but the dream of the '90s will come back to life in 2017 at Alamo Drafthouse for a special January film series celebrating the '90s classics with the best soundtracks.

The Alamo Drafthouse Brooklyn Presents Original Motion Picture Soundtracks: The 90s kicks off on January 2nd with a movie party for Wayne's World, which we might add still holds up pretty schwing-ingly (this is a bad joke). That same week, you can see Hackers (The Prodigy are ripe for a comeback), Velvet Goldmine (especially nice because it's happening the same week of what would have been David Bowie's 70th birthday). Those films are followed by Fear ("Wild Horses!") and Clueless (Luscious Jackson, The Muffs, Cracker).

Later in the month, you can revisit Oliver Stone's Natural Born Killers (Leonard Cohen, Nine Inch Nails, Cowboy Junkies, and a Bob Dylan rarity on that soundtrack); Pump Up The Volume (Pixies, a Concrete Blonde cover of Cohen, more Cowboy Junkies); then there's The Bodyguard (Whitney Houston), Trainspotting (Iggy Pop, Lou Reed, Blur), Set It Off (Queen Latifah, Busta Rhymes, Bone Thugs-N-Harmony), Pulp Fiction (Dick Dale, Urge Overkill); and the series finishes on January 30th with New Jack City (featuring Ice-T and music by Color Me Badd).

You can get more information about the movies and buy tickets here. And if you're sitting their incredulously wondering, "Where the fuck is High Fidelity?!? Where is "Dry The Rain"?!?! Everything is bullshit!" then just calm down, it's okay—HF might seem like a quintessential '90s text, but it was actually released in 2000.