Discussion in 'Bulletin Board' started by Brush, Sep 13, 2019.
Lost highway - weird but strangely compelling, I’ll certainly never forget it.
Being John Malkovich is pretty odd.
"Enter the void" by Gasper Noe is also the most surreal cinema experience I have ever had.
The Grand Budapest Hotel
Spent one and a half hours watching this on a flight to Canada. I've no idea what was going on!
I’ll also add all the Matrix movies too, good but bizarre!
Boxing Helena was peculiar...
I thought it was a good film spoilt by the unhappy ending.
Rubber. It's about a sentient telepathic murderous tyre called Robert.
Teeth. It was about a vagina with teeth that bit the victims c ock off.
Any gasper noe film is surreal or disturbing, irreversible is one of the most disturbing films I have ever watched
Crash, the David croneberg film is rather strange about people who get turned on by car crashes
Or most David lynch films usually mess with the head
Forgot that film. Saw it at the flicks at the time. Well weird.
Quills was disturbing. The necrophilia was disgusting.
David Lynch! I know he made a Twin Peaks film but the TV series was bonkers!
Rita, Sue and Bob too. Reason being I never saw the first one.
With you on that. One certain scene in that which is a real struggle to watch. You can probably guess which one I mean.
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