There is a B movie from 1991 called "Dead Again" that I really liked. It was incredibly well written and has an unexpected and cool twist. Don't read the summary, just watch the movie. You don't want to accidentally read any spoilers. The trailer at this website is actually pretty good for it.
Originally posted by skuzzbomer: Hard Candy... early Ellen Page playing a sadistic teenager hellbent on getting a pedophile to off himself. Parts of it, I don't like to watch just because of the psychological effect.
yes - great movie - well - started alot better than it finished - but great none-the-less
and - for Donnie Darko - there is the movie this was mirrored from: Harvey Harvey is basicly the opposite movie - Happy Bunny. Old 1950's movie - James Stewart. but a great movie to see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Harvey_(film)
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Posts: 458 From: Ft Wayne, IN, USA, Earth Registered: Aug 2010
I'm at work, so I can't get the IMDB link, but Zombie Strippers was pretty weird and awful too. It was under the new Netflix instant watch and I thought, "Hey, two things I like." I didn't think it could be too bad, but I was wrong...
I was going to mention zombie strippers if no one else did. But I think ill nominate Tokyo Zombie as another. Then again, any movie that is on MST3k is usually either weird or just bad.
Posts: 3856 From: Madison WI, USA Registered: Sep 2009
oh, also, another Ellen Page movie actually. The Tracy Fragments. she hypnotizes her brother into thinking hes a dog, he runs away, and she needs to find him before the blizzard hits. not TOOOOO weird, but still....weird lol.
and yes, i have hard candy. i would say its weird so much as just....f'ed up lol
Had to search a while for this one... saw it several years ago. It's called " Teenage Caveman". Very weird, I didn't care for it. It is a remake of a much older film of the same name, staring Robert Vaughn. http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0283043/
Posts: 11151 From: Surrounded by corn. Registered: Feb 2009
I'm a bit late to the party here, but I didn't see anyone mention this one so I will. Most David Cronenberg movies are pretty freakin' weird... okay ALL of them are. But his all-time weirdest, in my opinion, was about twin gynecologists who went off the deep end.
I recently stumbled on Palladia (MTV's HD concert channel) one Saturday afternoon when they were showing Pink Floyd's "The Wall". I hadn't seen it in a very, very long time. I'm probably going to piss off some PF fans here, but let's be honest - unless you're under the effect of some kind of mind-altering substance, it's either spectacularly weird or spectacularly awful. Personally I'm going with both.
Posts: 12330 From: The Man from Tallahassee Registered: Aug 2001
ROFL Dead Snow is one of the worst movies ever. Love it.
Watched it last night with a friend who has netflix. It was sufficiently delicious
Practically anything from TROMA films is going to be suitable for this list. I just watched Cannibal: The Musical last night. It was Trey Parker and Matt Stone of South Park fame who made the movie in the early 90's and its suitably strange.
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Posts: 2573 From: Chicago, IL Registered: Oct 2009