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Discussion in 'Pop Culture' started by cannibal corpse, Mar 2, 2010.
Rock Horror Picture Show is another weird one.
Strange Circus (2005), Szamanka (1996) and Glissements progressifs du plaisir (1974).
Jan Švankmajer certainly has a lot of bizarre to offer:
No Cannibal Holocaust yet? That was my gateway drug into a lot of other shit. Great social commentary, lots of gore, lots of rape. But I hear this scene was real, they actually killed a turtle for the sake of entertainment
The Skin I Live In and The Taxidermist both left me with a feeling that I wish I hadn't watched them. VERY bizarre. I've been recommended The ABCs Of Death which I'm gonna put on now, apparently it's mental.
This. Whole thing's on youtube, it always makes the lists for most disturbing movies. Cope with the first ten minutes or so and you're golden.
Videodrome....watch it don't try and figure it out....someone once told me that....I tried not to try and it hurt my head anyway, very weird but cool movie
If you thought this was weird, you should check out Trash Humpers, by the same director. Freaky stuff
Here's a clip from my favorite bizzare film of 2012, Holy Motors:
Sweet Move, can anyone explain it to me?
I haven't seen it, but the original Tarkovsky version is one of my favorite films ever.
I watched Tristana last night, but yes Discreet Charm is a wonderful film.
If you havent already watch Darkworld.
Another good one is this claymation version of Alice in Wonderland, very wierd and creepy but made well.
Let the right one in(both versions are good)
The Ninth Configuration also known as Twinkle, Twinkle, "Killer" Kane should be on your list.
Review by English film critic Mark Kermode described The Ninth Configuration as "a breathtaking cocktail of philosophy, eye-popping visuals, jaw-dropping pretentiousness, rib-tickling humour and heart-stopping action. From exotically hallucinogenic visions of a lunar crucifixion to the claustrophobic realism of a bar-room brawl, via such twisted vignettes as Robert Loggia karaoking to Al Jolson and Moses Gunn in Superman drag, (William Peter)Blatty directs like a man with no understanding of, or interest in, the supposed limits of mainstream movie-making. The result is a work of matchless madness which divides audiences as spectacularly as the waves of the Red Sea, a cult classic that continues to provoke either apostolic devotion or baffled dismissal 20 years on."
You might enjoy it. I do.
When I think of bizarre movies, immediately "Existenz" comes to mind. Strange movie.
This film is utterly demented.
I just had the misfortune of watching the 2002 movie 'Asterix and Obelix: Operation Cleopatra'. As lifelong Asterix fan (books) I thought I'd check it out on television and my god it's a piece of shit. Apparently when it was made it was the most expensive French film ever made at over fifty million. Worst thing ever. I guess you need to be French to get it. So yeah, put this down as a 'weird' movie. Wacky as hell.
That splice movie is pretty screwed up as well..
The guy has coitus with the damn alien.. :/
Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me - one Lynch film not mentioned yet. Easily the weirdest film I've ever seen.
Night Train To Venice - starring Hugh Grant, a real brain-troller. Most people think it's crap though.
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Watched Tetsuo: The Iron Man last week and I've honestly never been more disturbed. Surprisingly it's on the list of 1001 movies you need to see before you die.