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Funky Forest was slightly weird. Also Wax. And good old Eraserhead. I'm not worried about that stuff ever becoming mainstream.
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Old 05-08-2019, 09:14 PM
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Drowning by Numbers (1988)

Quoting Wikipedia:

"The film's plot centres on three married women — a grandmother, her daughter, and her niece — each named Cissie Colpitts. As the story progresses, each woman successively drowns her husband."

"In Drowning by Numbers, number-counting, the rules of games and the repetitions of the plot are all devices which emphasise structure and symmetry. Through the course of the film each of the numbers 1 to 100 appear, the large majority in sequence, often seen in the background, sometimes spoken by the characters."

And that's the easy part.
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El topo by Jodorowski.
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Old 05-08-2019, 10:15 PM
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For "mainstream" movie I might nominate Being John Malkovich.

For arty movie, I'll nominate El Topo ("The Mole"), an utterly surreal "acid western" by Mexican director Alejandro Jodorowsky. The trailer only gives the merest hint of how genuinely bizarre and deeply disturbing this film is.

I see I'm not the only one. However, I didn't find it disturbing, just bizarre (although maybe I have forgotten disturbing things).
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I've never seen "The Cook, The Thief, His Wife, and Her Lover" nor have I seen it mentioned here until now. Has anyone here seen it, or will admit to it? When it came out, and for several years afterwards, THAT seemed to define "strange movie."
I've seen it, or at least most of it. I remember it being stranger than I expected, and also less interesting than I expected. It didn't leave me with any lasting impression. I vaguely remember the plot, and that's about all.
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There are a lot of interesting films mentioned here, so I won't repeat any of those.

For a film that really hit me as strange and unforgettable, even though the director may not have been aiming for that, I think that "The Double Life of Veronique" by Krzysztof Kieślowski, is in a class of its own. I am less affected by the strangeness when it is clear that it is the intent of the director, I just enjoy the ride (as in "Brazil",for instance).
I loved this movie (pretty much everything Kieslowski did, in fact. He's, with Kubrick, the only director whose death I regretted). I wouldn't have thought of it as "strange", even though the story it tells is. It's a beautiful movie, and with a haunting music.

Now, I'd like to see it again.
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I'd also like to note that the Pier Paolo Pasolini is not getting nearly enough love in this thread. What, is Salò, or the 120 Days of Sodom too normal for you?
It's easily the most outrageous movie I've ever seen, but I don't think it really qualify as "strange". It's pretty straightforward, in fact.
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Memento[/INDENT][/I]
Of these, Memento is the one I'd recommend. I like time travel movies, but this is in a sense opposite to time travel! And, instead of science fiction, experts say it presents anterograde amnesia realistically.
Memento is quite difficult to follow, very dark in tone but it's among my preferred movies. I'd definitely recommend it too.
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It would be hard to beat Rubber.
Fantastic Planet A French cartoon movie. Enough said.
I discovered it only last year. The art is strange, but contrarily to many movies listed in this thread, the story is pretty simple and easy to follow. I really liked it.
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The weirdest movie I ever saw that was trying to be weird was The Holy Mountain, the whole thing is so unrelentingly bizarre that by the time you get to an old dude squirting milk from his own jaguar-head breasts, you don't even blink.

The weirdest movie I ever really liked was Jisatsu Circle (Suicide Club). The same director (Sono Shion) also did Tag, which is another major head trip that works pretty well, IMO.
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Mmm, for me it's a tossup between Head (starring the Monkees!) or the all-star mess that is the 1967 Casino Royale.
Sorry, didn't see your post before I did mine.

(BTW: The good Casino Royale is hardly a "mess". It's the way movies should be made.)
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I'd like to mention The Loved One. Rod Steiger and Liberace are both so over the top here. Recommended.
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I've seen "Pink Flamingos". Need I say more?
That was going to be my choice. A friend of ours with unusual taste in movies convinced us to go saying he seen it before and how great it was. I managed to force myself to fall asleep so fortunately missed the real disgusting parts but what I saw was definitely the weirdest movie.
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My choices: Kung Pow! Enter the Fist, The Dark Backward, Fantastic Planet, and Eraserhead.
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Eraserhead.
This. So, so much this.

I was in college when I saw it with a friend. After we were done we decided to get stoned and watch it again. Big mistake.

Such a bizarre, disturbing movie.
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I've tried a couple of times to watch Magical Mystery Tour, but the weird factor is just a bit too much for me.
I think Magical Mystery Tour was just plain bad.
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Old 05-09-2019, 02:50 PM
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For arty movie, I'll nominate El Topo ("The Mole"), an utterly surreal "acid western" by Mexican director Alejandro Jodorowsky. The trailer only gives the merest hint of how genuinely bizarre and deeply disturbing this film is.
Chilean, and also writer of some of Moebius most hallucinogenic comics (Moebius as in "Jean Giraud doing weird", not as in the mathematician).

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Come and See, a USSR movie about Belorussian partisans on the Eastern Front of World War II. It doesn't put the Nazis in a flattering light.

It has some weird off-putting scenes as the main character tries to come to grips with Nazi cruelty. It's almost like Spielberg saw this movie and said "I have an idea for Schindler's List, but let's tone it down".
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I think Magical Mystery Tour was just plain bad.
I find MMT immensely enjoyable. Ringo on the bus with his aunt, Jolly Jimmey, etc. It even has a bit with Victor Spinetti. Throw in the Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band doing Death Cab For Cutie and you've got a show. (Which leads to a sort of intersection with the Monty Python universe.)

You just have to roll with the whole silliness of it all.

There are good bad films and bad bad films. MMT is a good bad (shortish) film.
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Nothing but trouble. I mean, Dan Aykroyd and Chevy Chase?

I questioned my sobriety which ironically was questionable at the time.
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Eraserhead.
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Just thought I'd point out that I went to see Eraserhead in a snowstorm. It was only playing the one night, and I didn't want to miss it. When I told friends (who were familiar with the film) about this later, they decided that I was insane.


I never really thought of Fantastic Planet as all that strange, which probably tells you more about me than the film. If you thought it was strange, you should check out a later animated science fiction film by the same director, Rene Laloux. It's Gandahar, released in the US as Light Years. If that pedigree isn't enough weird for you, the American version was re-dubbed (not simply captioned, as Fantastic Planet was), with a script by Isaac Asimov (!!). Christopher Plummer does one of the voices. Plummer had already shown he would shill for science fiction when he played The ERmperor of the Universe in Star Crash. By the time he played General Chang in Star Trek VI.
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My vote for two good weird movies: Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai across the Eighth Dimension,(a bizarre mashup of sci-fi/comic book style weird as a beard plot with a great cast especially a completely bonkers John Lithgow as villain) and Liquid Sky (about punk/New Wave denizens, plus sex, death, endorphins, and aliens—definitely YMMV but I loved that New Wave milieu and the clanking/dissonant sound track, though some I’m sure would call the whole thing migraine inducing...)

My vote for bad weird movies, The Lobster, others have mentioned here and the less said the better, the mental equivalent of fingernails on a blackboard. And 200 Motels, a completely mishmashed Frank Zappa concert movie, with too many WTF moments that go nowhere yet are not wild or funny enough to justify them (and I’m a Zappa fan, too).
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Chilean, and also writer of some of Moebius most hallucinogenic comics (Moebius as in "Jean Giraud doing weird", not as in the mathematician).
Jodorowsky was born in Chile, true, but hasn't lived there, I think, since 1953, when he moved to France. El Topo was filmed and produced in Mexico, where Jodorowsky lived for several decades from about 1960 on. He moved back to France in 1990, where he has lived since. While he was born and grew up there, I don't think you could really call him a Chilean director since his film career came after he left.

The only other Jodorowsky movie I have seen is The Holy Mountain, which is nearly as strange as El Topo. Being both weird and never commercials successes (and often disturbing) Jodorowsky's movies are generally hard to find.
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. . . Jodorowsky's movies are generally hard to find.
It took me forever to find Santa Sangre.

Alas, it was not worth the wait. Maybe I would have felt differently if I hadn't heard such good things about it.
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It took me forever to find Santa Sangre.

Alas, it was not worth the wait. Maybe I would have felt differently if I hadn't heard such good things about it.
You should've searched this message board first. That way you would've found out what the movie was really like.
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Brazil is always the first film that comes to mind when there's talk of the weirdest movie ever. The Cook, The Thief, et al is a very close second. Hours of my life that I'll never get back. . .
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That was going to be my choice. A friend of ours with unusual taste in movies convinced us to go saying he seen it before and how great it was. I managed to force myself to fall asleep so fortunately missed the real disgusting parts but what I saw was definitely the weirdest movie.
I saw it on DVD, and in fact it was the second movie I got from Netflix. The extras included some professionally-shot footage of Waters & Co. making the movie; I wondered where it came from until a while back, when I found out that John Waters had a friend who worked for the PBS station in Baltimore, and at the time, that station had proposed a program about "local personalities." The program never launched, but that was where it came from.
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I'd like to mention The Loved One. Rod Steiger and Liberace are both so over the top here. Recommended.
This is it for me as well.
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One not mentioned yet that really weirded me out when it suddenly ended. It was pretty weird before that too, just within more normal parameters.

The Bothersome Man

It ended up being a completely different kind of film by ending that way than it would have been if it had ended in any way I was actually thinking it might go. Used to longer movies, its mere 95 minute run-time makes the ending seem to come way too soon.
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I mean, I always wanted to see Jackie Gleason trip out on acid...

I was going to post this. You just like it because Groucho plays God.
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There was a TV movie adaption of The Singing Detective it was pretty weird, although the TV series was weirder.
Come to think of it both movie versions of The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy were pretty weird too.
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A non-existent 2nd version is by default weird.
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YouTube has, in its entirety, Dog Star Man. Good Luck.

Note: The link goes to the middle of the movie, I can't get it to go to the start, but it doesn't really matter.
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Sissy Boy Slap Party A short that's very odd but funny.

All of Guy Maddin's output is likewise peculiar. Here's a trailer for one of his many features. He seems to have watched The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari about 10,000 times and has never got over it.
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No, not the American one. The Japanese one. I had to watch it twice b/c the first time through I kept saying to myself "I can't believe this is actually happening."

(The link has a trailer right there. Tell me that ain't some weird shit.)
You nailed it, Divemaster.

I've seen virtually every movie mentioned so far in this thread, but Hausu (1977) stands head and shoulders above all of them. I own a DVD copy and nobody, but nobody, I've shown it to has come up with a suggestion for a movie that is weirder.
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I just watched Terry Gilliam’s The Man who Killed Don Quixote, definitely odd/off kilter, but not nearly as weird as Brazil (I’ll give Brazil another thumbs up, probably Gilliam’s best, and full of creepy dark humor.)
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TCM aired a really bizarre Senegalese film called "Xala" a while back.

https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0073915/

And here's Roger Ebert's opinion. (He rated "Pink Flamingos" zero stars, stating simply, "How do you rate a movie like this?)

https://www.rogerebert.com/reviews/xala-1976
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Yet another bizarre movie I've seen that hasn't been mentioned yet is a Greek film called "Dogtooth."

https://www.imdb.com/title/tt1379182/

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dogtooth_(film)

The movie is unrated, but would be NC-17 for explicit sexual content.
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The Human Centipede must be way up there but I've never seen it.
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Yet another bizarre movie I've seen that hasn't been mentioned yet is a Greek film called "Dogtooth."
I mentioned Dogtooth earlier in this thread after Colibri mentioned The Lobster by the same director:

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I watch a lot of weird movies and have seen a large number listed here and will be watching a number I haven't seen.

My top choices are already taken so I'm adding two that I quite enjoy a lot but don't rise to top of the list for weirdness though both are weird.

My choices "Man Bites Dog" and "Otis" both are dark comedies. Neither I believe are mainstream but Man Bites Dog may count as one.
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I once showed this at one of my yearly Bad Film Festivals (THe theme that year was "Failed Cult Movies").

Only partway through the opening credits, my wife begged me to turn it off. She was outvoted, but five minutes later, everyone else voted to turn it off.

Aside from people on this Board, I'm the only one I know who has watched it all the way through.


Yet the first time I saw it was on HBO. And they had it prominently available for rental at the video rental place I used for years. I think a lot of people saw it and don't want to admit it.
I own the soundtrack
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I mentioned Dogtooth earlier in this thread after Colibri mentioned The Lobster by the same director:
Sorry; too many weird movies to remember.

I also saw "Liquid Sky"; I told my brother about it, and he told me that he saw it in a theater, and halfway through, the theater had to be cleared because there was a tornado warning, and they offered refunds and most people took them, including him and his friend.
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And, every thing David Lynch ever did.
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The Human Centipede must be way up there but I've never seen it.
Aside from the premise, the first film was a fairly conventional horror movie.

The sequels, on the other hand...
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