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Like Lilya 4-Ever and Christiane., this goes for gritty realism, and even uses real children from the slums. Anonymous Queen, The Strange, sometimes slightly surreal farce by Gonzalo Suárez about a housewife having a very strange day. Heavy Traffic Gritty, feel-bad, but magical animation from Bakshi who is at the top of his game here, tying together his favorites of raunch, violence, bizarre touches, stereotypes, animation mixed with live action, and some autobiographical elements in a confident, free-wheeling creation. The message seems to be that all of life's goals are meaningless and most people are crazy bumbling fools and you just have to stop driving around like a lunatic and relax. But generally, this is a very uniquely entertaining movie thanks to superb colorful performances and a unique story and direction. Corridor, The This unusual Canadian horror movie had me hoping for a while that it would become another thought-provoking strange experience like the great Pontypool. All of the stories feature a 'Dumpster Kid a female born fully-grown out of some afterbirth thrown into a slimy dumpster.

There's a woman that cooks cakes by the dozen but not fish, resurrections are commonplace and often take place via fish, the priest is taking part in Creation, there's a coffin on the glacier containing a surprise, and there's a woman who magically appears who. Berberian Sound Studio As long as you approach this slow-burning British-Italian co-production appropriately, you should get more out. Tears of Kali Unusual German horror movie that gets its scares from atmosphere, hinting around a mysterious evil without explaining it, and gore. Season in the Life of Emmanuel, A French Canadian art-house at its most pointlessly miserable. A classic amongst reality-bending horror movies. The title probably refers to the Learning status of a new driver. The first few minutes are what caused the controversy, featuring him acting as a baby while his mother covers his genitals with talc powder, diapers him up, and breast-feeds him, while his other female relatives all surrealistically appear as breasts with masks.

Features a variety of nightmarish scenes where people morph into other people, a reporters flesh gives way to punches, hellish basements, ghosts, alternate dimensions, mirror worlds, a woman wakes up only to find herself still in a dream, etc. Their clownish acting is like something from a Benny Hill sketch. There is a police chase, some guy who gets obsessed over filming it, a laughably unrealistic random dismemberment by car-accident, kids that risk their life to follow the chase and end up dying in very gruesome ways, a possessed girlfriend, random violence that the chase. And, of course, his fatherly boss and motherly obsession and her straying with others all easily stand for the GDR, socialism, capitalism, motherland, and the like. In practice, this movie is interminably boring art-house nonsense that feels more like the fantasy of a transvestite working in the wardrobe department who gets to dress Tilda Swinton in the most opulent outfits of both genders from the past 400 years. I bet the director knew exactly what he was doing, given Perkins's real-life fear of women. A horse dies while humans celebrate marriage in a cycle of life. It's even got a blatant homage to Rollin with a half-undressed girl posing next to an old clock. Eréndira is a teenager who has been turned into a personal slave by her monstrous grandmother.

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The story tells the tale of deaf-mute boy who is used to playing with adults, and who falls asleep in the woods and suddenly finds himself in a scene of post-battle death and destruction with crawling wounded soldiers, except, through his innocent eyes, he thinks. I paid attention, I got all the sub-plots, but they all just didn't go anywhere. Clown has bright idea of performing at bachelor parties instead of the stripper. From then on my mind was entranced and hypnotized as I watched a pot of water boil, my emotions slowly working themselves up with the water. The dark ending is only hinted at via a closed introverted performance that doesn't quite develop character, which means it leaves you scratching your head rather than punched in the gut. Naked and the Living Dead, The Extremely silly exploitation from Japan that features a mad scientist who abducts people, kills them then turns them into creations like sexy maid with nipple darts, blind warrior, female fighter, a Frankenstein, etc. There's an unforgettable scene involving a see-through blow-up doll, bath-water, a picture, and a syringe full of blood, and many nonsensical and bizarre twists towards the end.

To top it all off, there is not a good father or husband in sight - all good men are either unmarried or dead, while the women spout their misandrist nonsense and look to marry a handsome wallet. The first deals with teenage rapists as brutish animals trying to deal with their conscience and their treatment of women, one of whom has a young sister that makes things difficult for him to behave as if he doesn't care. This arrived during the wave of horror movies featuring older actresses in the 60s that started with What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?, but it is probably the most nihilistic. The visions are nicely nightmarish and lightly surreal, and the gore effects come courtesy of Fred Vogel, who seems to be restrained for the most part until a jaw-dropping splattery and brutal scalping scene where it feels like the director suddenly handed the reigns. Boredom, angst, cursing God, pouring out of emotions on cellphones like cheap exhibitionists, depression, bulimia, acts of OCD with vomit, self-mutilation, suicide games, and desperate lashing out with filth and anger. Double-crosses fly, but the chickens don't, since they are both wingless and headless. The second part, added as an improvised afterthought, features a queen of vampires and her strange vampiric society, and the scientists that do battle with this affront to reason.

In the middle there are random orgies and cults. It's like the interludes in an opera where the story is developed and you wait for the next grand set-piece and solo, only it never arrives. Creative, sometimes haunting, eccentrically amusing, but the plodding pace, pointless writing, extremely annoying guitar soundtrack and unrewarding ending make this worthless. The horror in this movie is about deeply disturbed emotional behaviour and melancholia. The movie is a triptych of tales revolving around a cult of mystics/psychologists who performed extreme and occult experiments with groups of people, messing up their souls for life. Probably a richer experience for East-Germans, but even I found it interesting and full of intriguing questions, and it obviously hides its meaning from potential censors. They shoot at imaginary strange people, run naked into a frozen lake, try to chop down a tree with a dozen girls in it, shoot holes in a frozen cake, twist each others nose in a nutcracker to compete for her love, and lots more.

L.A., with all its quirky citizens, goes chaotic under a pending, possible apocalypse which may or may not be real. Somehow Huston turned this into a movie about an angry and deeply insane man flailing at a society that seems to consist of a bunch of weird lunatics. Violador Infernal, El Mexican sleaze about a man sentenced to the electric chair saved by Satan and given a life of riches and pleasures on condition that he give her lots of fornication and murder. David Carradine in drag is his insane girlfriend who gets to sing a song, and who insists on keeping a baby that that they found in a stolen car. In between, he finds time to go on a quest for treasures amidst ghosts and skeletons that make him howl like a wolf and turn him black in a puff of smoke.

There is a mysterious co-worker with toes for fingers that other people don't seem to know about, strange hangman post-it notes on his fridge, his friendship with a diner waitress and her son, a car that keeps following him, a fishing trip and a picture. Hunters, The Another Theodoros Angelopoulos art-house movie that flirts with the surreal but is really just more heavy-handed symbolism. Crude, loud and dumb weirdness. Making up excuses and motives that may or may not be fiction, aggressively finding logical faults in each other's words and stories, things often turn violent and chaotic, they scare each other, try to kill each other, etc. Only slightly interesting stuff, mostly because all of the characters are drawn and acted over-the-top, including a boy that behaves like a lunatic, and cartoonishly broken, flatly insensitive and inhuman parents and teachers. Cannibal Mercenary Thai war move that attempts to blend violent war with gruesome cannibal movies but it only partially lives up to its reputation. Grace Horror involving motherhood and babies is not new, but this one carves its own niche by making it more disturbingly realistic. Pixote The classic movie about criminal, exploited, nihilistic kids in peril that predates the much more stylized City of God and the spoiled Kids. It also contains one of the most deranged cover-ups of a murdered body ever.

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But why would a psycho who regularly kills women require necrophile services? Norman is a weak loser in love with a rich girl who barely seems to be able to stand being with him. But the characters' stupidity and muddled motives keep distracting, and the ending tries to combine psychological drama, horror, and surrealism, each undermining each other. Void, The If Cthulhu-horror isn't a sub-genre then it should. She also has a disturbing, overly-protective and near-incestuous relationship with her one son and does everything to keep women and other dangers away from him. Tin Drum, The A strange and malevolent brat of a child is born with an adult mentality to two possible fathers and an unfaithful mother, He decides he hates the adult world and, when his father tells him he will inherit the grocery when. Also check out Laloux's "Time Masters" which is equally fantastical and imaginative but less surreal. There are flashbacks to a raver party, plenty of new-age gobbledygook about the spirit, all backed by a techno soundtrack. If the movie is tedious it's only because the girls are so annoyingly messed up, but the movie itself is well done for what it set out. Only from the perspective of a trashy drug-abuser straight out of a John Waters movie.

The rest take place in our world, one involving a young man jilted at the altar who chases his childhood love, another (Eva Green) with serious problems with her parents who creates a suicidal student-art-project, and a religious man in search of his vet son. The detached and weak lead seems a little miscast, key events are missing, and the surrealism and mental escapism of the enlightening aliens is a bit lost as well. Darkly Noon (Fraser) is a religious fanatic who recently lost his strict parents who is saved and left to heal at Callie (Judd) and Clay (Mortensen). The story covers three generations: A mute grandmother with secrets, a disaffected mother distanced both from her mother and her daughter, and the daughter Viktoria, who was born without a navel and was promptly declared a symbol of Communism, and brought up symbolically by the. A one-of-a-kind oddity, but I couldn't stand. Calvaire (AKA The Ordeal a flawed but fascinating entry in the backwoods horror genre from Belgium, mixing Straw Dogs and Deliverance with great camera-work.

The odd people and events accumulate to the point where you feel you must be dreaming. A drifter on his way to Cairo encounters a mildly strange person sitting on the street who promptly disappears with his knapsack. Bernie, french madness in the form of a black comedy. The fights and cons are portrayed as both internal psychological struggles and revelations, as well as stylish action and thrill scenes. I usually don't like musical performances in movies, but the musical set-pieces here are unforgettable and add a lot to the movie, including a popular number by a naked Britt Ekland. A moderately interesting complex artsy epic. This is done very nicely and artistically, giving the movie a unique look. Woodenhead A one-of-a-kind oddity that mixes fairy tales with some of Guy Maddin's off-the-wall weirdness and atmosphere. Machinist, The Mainstream psychological thriller that is borderline surreal, portraying the world through a cracking mind, like a more confusing male version of Repulsion. While Fritz's wife nags and rants, his mind goes off into fantasies which often end in his death, one more bizarre than the next.

A dysfunctional family is portrayed in Benny Hill sped-up fashion, with grunts and garbled words replacing dialogue. One is turning into an uptight OCD housewife for the other brothers, another loses himself in disturbing drawings of grotesque sexual violence which he gives titles like 'Breakfast and the third is a depressed but talented sportsman who sniffs petrol and who disappeared for. A boring crime drama, like a poor-man's Serpico, about the police and a lawyer who try to put away drug dealers and resort to using illegal tactics to get their way in court. There is some disturbing violence that emerges purely from insanity, lots of mumbo-jumbo with existential or religious overtones, and mysterious sci-fi/horror hybrid elements. Alucarda The director's involvement in a couple of Jodorowsky's films had an effect on the very weird costume and set design of this clunker, but otherwise, this is a very empty, amateurish and strange story about nuns and orphans getting possessed by the devil and. As in rape of nude women by fish monsters which then results in a nasty birth scene. The acting is chillingly superb, the characters are never stupid, and the movie makes its case well, making for some disturbing, plausible horror, up until the surprising twisted consequence-free ending that disappointingly makes the movie lose its plausibility. Beyond Dream's Door Low-budget amateurish horror movie but with a decent script, sometimes reminiscent of Nightmare on Elm Street.

Food is rationed, the economy is back to the barter system and people resort to cannibalism while vegetarians are underground revolutionaries that live in the sewers. Even sex and women are cold and joyless. Wouldn't the movie have had that much more impact if Megan weren't as over-the-top? A man is dragged through the desert by his horse while magic is afoot, and before he knows it, he becomes embroiled in a war between Barbarians dressed as Vikings and a Spanish princess, whom he decides to take to Spain for a big reward. Most of the movie is repetitive as McGonagall tries to impress various people and the queen with his poetry, only to be laughed at, played tricks on, abandoned and beaten. In the midst of this strange world, a man (Pernat) who shows kindness unpredictability, and humanity is a freak that sends the officials into a panic. Amongst the things he discovers is that he was thrown into a garbage can as a baby through a garbage chute, but this is obviously the fault of 'them' and not his loving parents. If this makes you think of a certain director, then you should not be surprised to find that this was made by Cronenberg's son. This is also a strange magical world where people blow themselves up to get attention, fish falls out of a woman's skirt as a symbol of her infidelity, and men have visions of cockroaches coming out of their chest after heart surgery. He hears them in his head and becomes their friend before they pass on to the next world.

Very low-budget but somewhat competent remake of I Spit on Your Grave filmed in a Brooklyn ghetto. The end of the film tells us: "You have just experienced: Things". Problem is, all they're interested in is sex, sports, food, singing, hoola-hoops and Tintin. Freaks include a transvestite midget that likes being sodomized, a human dart board, a giant mute, a cat-mask-wearing retard, a demented old man, and a couple of inbred rednecks. A strange blend of styles. A girl with telepathic connections to insects finds herself in a school where mysterious murders are taking place.

Great Ecstasy of Robert Carmichael, The Bad Gaspar Noe wannabe that tells the tale of a gifted young man who gets involved with the wrong group of adolescents, experiencing drugs, violence, crime and rape straight out of a Larry Clark movie, all leading to the. The mental state, fears and nerves of a man just released from an asylum is portrayed grippingly by both a great performance and minimalist, inventive cinematography and sound. He moves in to the scientist's castle with a (very) young girl and his dead slaves, but a biker gang threatens to break up this happy family. How to Get Ahead in Advertising British, obvious, over-the-top but amusingly insane satire with elements of fantasy, absurdism and a touch of surrealism. Most of the surrealism is in the third part, with striking artistic visions of modernity and flying pigs. Immortel (ad vitam another dreamy, slightly weird, stylish French sci-fi movie by Enki Bilal, a comic-book artist. This does to teenage girls what Kids did to teenage boys, except in a more original style.

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