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Weirdest movie(s) you've ever seen

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  Mr.Cinema
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I have seen alot of weird movies but what about you. Whats the weirdest movie or movies you have ever seen?

05/23/2011
12:31 pm CT


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  LeeAnn M.
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Any movie within the past 10 years starring Nicolas Cage has been pretty strange, but especially "Knowing."  The movie that made me wonder why I wasted two hours watching was "What Just Happened." Really, what in the world was that movie about?! 05/23/2011
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  Alex
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2011 a space odyssey is pretty messed up (though I know this is cliche). Space Mutiny is terribly messed up as well :) 05/23/2011
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  Mr.Cinema
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Oh yeah, did you see him in "Deadfall"? He was at his craziest. It got to the point where even  the other actors look uncomfortable to be around him. 05/24/2011
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  ☠ kyrstin. ♒
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Three weirdest movies I've ever seen:
"DeadGirl" (hated this one..)
"The Toybox" (a low-budget british one)
"Antichrist" (creepy and bizarre!)
06/15/2011
4:03 pm CT


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  The Eye
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The weirdest movie I've ever seen has to be that classic of weirdness Eraserhead -- which I actually found quite fascinating, dark, twisted, a bit frightening... but engaging in some strange ways -- even funny in places...

I mean what girl hasn't been frightened at the thought of the sky opening up and raining fetuses?  *LOL*

But I have to say I liked it a whole lot better than Blue Velvet -- which was pretty weird itself, but more linear in the story line... and sadistic... not just to the character Dorothy, but to the audience, imo...



06/15/2011
4:58 pm CT


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  Chris Kavan
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Eraserhead is a great choice - but pretty much any David Lynch film could make this list.

Naked Lunch is quite bizarre (when you see a movie is based on an "unfilmable" novel, expect the unexpected).

Anything that treats time travel like real science: Timecrimes and Primer being the two main examples.

Takashi Miike has also made some pretty twisted films - Visitor Q and Ichi the Killer being prime candidates.
06/16/2011
12:02 pm CT


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  The Eye
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Hi, Tarken.

The hub and I saw Naked Lunch and really liked it... intensely liked it. The film is bizarre and funny, dark but mentally stimulating... crazy... and erotic...

I think it was a wonderful idea to film that "unfilmable" novel and would like to see more like it... if there was anything like it out there.

This morning, I watched the trailers for Timecrimes, Primer, Visitor Q & Ichi the Killer... and was fascinated by Primer...

But the Takashi Miike two are just so... incredibly violent...

Which, speaking of violence and weirdness... last night hubby & I went to see Hobo With A Shotgun (2011) -- starring Rutger Hauer...

OMG, it's... practically indescribable... judging by the audience last night, it's a movie for people who like to laugh at extreme violence and gore...

From the previews I thought it was going to be a funny movie that made a kind of statement about society... which in a very perverse way, it is...

Point being (maybe?) that it definitely has a place in the weirdness derby... and, not to digress from the topic here, but if no one here has done a review of Hobo yet, I'd like to do that...

How do I go about putting in a review in the review section?

Are there specific guidelines for doing that?

Thanks.
06/17/2011
11:25 am CT


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  Chris Kavan
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I admit I gravitate towards somewhat violent films - I should have added Funny Games and Man Bites Dog to the list. Even though they are violent, you have to watch them with a satirical eye - sometimes I think that's the point with a lot of those kind of films.

Anyway, onto the second part - it's easy to review. Right below where you rate a film - the same line as the trailer and correction - just click the write review link and type your thoughts away. If fact, I'm going to write my review for The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest right now.
06/18/2011
10:00 am CT


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  jutincamp
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I watched Hangover its a total wastage of time.It is the worst movie I have ever seen 12/23/2011
4:37 am CT


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