'Zabriskie Point,' 'Fight Club'

"Zabriskie Point" (Warner, $19.97), "Fight Club: 10th Anniversary Edition" (20th Century Fox Blu-ray, $34.99). A pair of cult films about youthful violence and alienation, maligned upon release but now generational touchstones. "Zabriskie Point" (1970), Michelangelo Antonioni's only American movie, captures the zombified malaise of the dying counterculture, while David Fincher's "Fight Club" (1999) nails the apocalyptic anxiety of the pre-millennial moment.
Merrick Morton
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