Gummo — Indisputably weird but ceaselessly unpleasant portrait of hopeless white trash.
Head — Prefab pop band the Monkees commit career suicide with this psychedelic spit in the eye of their young fans. Heavenly Creatures — Peter Jackson brings the fantasy world of two teenaged murderesses to life in this crime drama based on a real-life case. Hedwig and the Angry Inch — Hedwig, a punk band leader and victim of a botched sex change operation, chases the rock star who stole her songs across the U. The Globolinks [ Hilfe! The Holy Mountain — An extravagant, psychedelic tour of world mysticism has a guru lead a Christ-figure and companions on a quest to storm the Holy Mountain.
The Horrors of Spider Island [ Ein Toter hing im Netz ] — A bad misogynist fever dream involving poorly dubbed buxom women, and some spiders, on an island.
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The Hourglass Sanatorium — A man meets strange characters at a dreamy sanatorium where the rules of time and logic do not apply. Hour of the Wolf [ Vargtimmen ] — An artist is invited to visit the castle of—demons? House [ Hausu ] — The weirdest haunted house movie ever made; no one forgets the scene where the piano eats the girl. How to Get Ahead in Advertising — A hotshot ad exec grows a pimple that turns into a head in this bizarre, biting satire.
The Hypothesis of the Stolen Painting — A Collector poses actors into tableuax vivants in an attempt to divine the esoteric message in a series of 19th century paintings. Idiots and Angels — A loathsome man grows wings in this occasionally surreal animated black comedy that expertly mixes cynicism with romanticism. The Immaculate Conception of Little Dizzle — Experimental cookies cause hallucinations and pregnancy in male janitors in this indie comedy sleeper.
Indecent Desires — This roughie about the symbiotic sexual relationship between a transient, a magic ring, a doll, and a blonde secretary is our choice to represent the oeuvre of Doris Wishman. Ink — Visually impressive low-budget fantasy about a mysterious figure who snatches a sleeping girl into a world of dreams. Innocence — A girl arrives, in a coffin, for her first day at a strange all-female boarding school.
Institute Benjamenta, or This Dream People Call Human Life — An ambitionless man enrolls in a school for servants and enters into ambiguous relationships with the brother and sister who run the institute. Johnny Got His Gun — Antiwar classic about a limbless, blind and deaf casualty of the first World War, trapped inside his own head where he lives out a mixture of dreams and fantasies.
Keyhole — A gangster journeys through a haunted house unlocking forgotten family memories. Kin-Dza-Dza — Russian junkyard sci-fi satire about a planet with bizarre customs and an absurdly arbitrary class structure. Also, koo! Kontroll — A kontroller living in the Budapest subway chases after a mysterious killer pushing people onto the train tracks in this mythic thriller.
Kwaidan — Old Japanese ghost stories turned into Expressionist art. The Legend of Suram Fortress [ Ambavi Suramis Tsikhitsa ] — The fortress of Suram is doomed to crumble eternally until a youth entombs himself in its walls. Liquid Sky — Tiny aliens harvest endorphins from New Wave punks at the point of orgasm, killing them in the process.
The Lobster — Find a mate in 45 days or be turned into an animal of your choice. Lost Highway — A jazzman allegedly kills his wife, then one day disappears and a totally different man wakes up in his death row cell. Love Exposure — A virginal Catholic who makes his living as a pornographer with ninja skills at upskirt photography tries to save his unrequited love from a religious cult in this bizarrely plotted four hour comedy epic. The Love Witch — A mix of witchcraft, campy romantic melodrama, and bubbling feminist subtext, presented as a tribute to s Technicolor spectacles.
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Lucifer Rising — Egyptian gods and goddess conjure Lucifer and flying saucers in this short 30 minutes , occult, avant-garde masterpiece. Maniac — Resurrection of the dead, an orangutan-man rapist and edible cat eyeballs all feature heavily in this deranged exploitation movie that seems to have been directed by an actual maniac.
Manos: The Hands of Fate — Could have been the worst movie ever made, if not for the redemptive presence of the great oddball character Torgo, the spastic satyr. The Man Who Fell to Earth — David Bowie is the alien who falls to Earth and corrupted in this nonlinear, experimental sci-fi movie. Meet the Feebles — Fragile egos, double-dealings, accidental killings, pornographic sidelines, rohypnol-aided assault, and drug and sex addictions plague puppets at a variety show. Meshes of the Afternoon — This fifteen minute afternoon nightmare with cloaked figures with mirrored faces gave birth to the American avant-garde.
Mind Game — Nishi goes on a psychedelic journey after being killed by a yakuza, returns to Earth, and lives in the belly of a whale with an old hermit in this anime with rapidly shifting art styles. Nobody — The last mortal man in the world remembers dozens of parallel reality variations of his life.
Mulholland Drive — Radical identity shifts and surrealistic nightclub acts ignite this dreamlike noir fable about love, guilt and Hollywood.
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Natural Born Killers — A pair of serial killers become celebrities as they slay their way across a hallucinogenic America. Fields tries to sell a studio an absurd script that begins when he falls out of an airplane chasing his plummeting whiskey flask. Night Train to Terror — God and Satan watch badly edited horror films on a train while a New Wave band practices one compartment down. Ninja Champion — Rose seeks revenge against her diamond-smuggling rapist, while in another movie clumsily pasted on to that one, an Interpol ninja assassinates evil ninjas while they practice circus tricks.
The Ninth Configuration — A psychiatrist argues for the existence of God in an experimental military mental hospital, but is he as crazy as his patients? O Lucky Man! Paprika — Stunning Satoshi Kon animation; scenario involves terrorists invading dreams, then turning them loose on the streets of Tokyo.
Perfect Blue [ Pafekuto buru ] — A Japanese pop idol tries her hand as an actress, and the pressure of unhappy fans and selling out leads her to a psychotic break with reality. Performance — Gangster James Fox is fed magic mushrooms and turned into a hippie by Mick Jagger and groupies in this psychedelic stunner. Persona — A mute actress and her nurse switch personalities at a vacation home — maybe? Pi — Amazing black and white photography and a pulsing electronica soundtrack drive this intellectual thriller about a mad math genius seeking a mystical number.
Pierrot le Fou — A television personality goes on the lam with his babysitter in this playfully fractured, classic Nouvelle Vague road movie.
The Pillow Book — Gorgeous experimental video, full of layered images, illustrates this story of a woman obsessed with creating living books by drawing on nude bodies. Pink Flamingos — Divine goes to excessive lengths to prove she is the filthiest person in the world. Pink Floyd the Wall — Bombastic, unfocused, overwrought and often brilliant rock opera, with knockout animation from British political cartoonist Gerald Scarfe. Possession — Anna leaves her husband, but not for another man… or even another human.
The Red Squirrel [ La Ardilla Roja ] — A suicidal man pretends to be the boyfriend of a beautiful amnesia victim, but how long can he keep up the charade? The Reflecting Skin — Uneven but sometimes powerful flick teeming with symbolism about a kid who thinks his widow neighbor is a vampire, among other strangenesses. Reflections of Evil — A bizarrely edited piece of avant-outsider art about an angry, obese street peddler who is watched over by the ghost of his dead junkie sister in a purgatorial L.
Repo Man — A punk kid takes a job as a repo man and searches for a car with a mysterious glowing cargo in the trunk. A Report on the Party and Guests [ O slavnosti a hostech ] — Picnickers are kidnapped and taken to a party in this Kafkaesque allegory on totalitarianism made and banned in Communist Czechoslovakia. Robot Monster — A gorilla alien in a diving helmet and his bubble machine invade Bronson Canyon.
The Rocky Horror Picture Show — Even without its bizarre cult following, this naughty musical b-movie spoof would have earned a place on the list. Rubber — The best animated tire serial killer movie ever made gets bonus points for including an audience that comments on the absurdly comic proceedings. Run Lola Run — Lola has twenty minutes to raise , Deutschmarks and get it to her desperate boyfriend; fortunately, she gets a do-over.
The Saddest Music in the World — A legless Winnipeg beer baroness holds a contest to discover the titular music in this typically retro comic outing by Guy Maddin.
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Sans Soleil — Remarkable, meandering mondo-style arthouse documentary that mixes a trip to a cat shrine and a monkey porn museum with cinematic poetry. Santa Claus — With the assistance of his henchman Merlin, Santa fights the Devil while delivering presents on Christmas Eve in this culturally confused Mexican take on Kris Kringle. Santa Sangre — Psychedelic slasher film about a man raised in a circus who acts as the hands for his armless mother. The Saragossa Manuscript [ Rekopis Znaleziony w Saragossie ] — A Napoleonic soldier listens to stories inside of stories, all of which may be related to two women claiming to be his Muslim cousins who want to seduce him.
Save the Green Planet [ Jigureul jikyeora! A Scanner Darkly — An undercover cop addicted to a powerful future narcotic is assigned to investigate himself in this rotoscoped adaptation of the paranoid Philip K. Dick novel. Scott Pilgrim vs. The Secret Adventures of Tom Thumb — The fairy tale retold in stop-motion animation and pixilation, set in a dystopian city full of bugs and monstrosities. Seven Servants — A dying Anthony Quinn hires shirtless young men to stick their fingers up his nostrils. Shadows of Forgotten Ancestors — An old Ukrainian folk tale told as an elliptical experimental film by incomparable stylist Sergei Parajanov.
Shanks — A mute puppeteer played by Marcel Marceau learns to operate dead bodies like marionettes, and ends up fighting bikers. Shock Corridor — Eccentric auteur Sam Fuller imagines Cold War America as a mental asylum in this campy melodrama with remarkable expressionist visuals. Silent Hill — Sloppy scripting and apocalyptic imagery combine to create a truly weird experience. Sin City — Visually stunning, ultraviolent postmodern noir. Skins [ Pieles ] — The lives of a butt-faced woman, a reluctant pedophile, an eyeless prostitute, and other internally and externally deformed people intersect in unexpected ways.
Songs from the Second Floor — Millennial and existential panic in a nameless Swedish city, told in a spare, absurd style. Street of Crocodiles — Eerie reminiscences unfold when a gaunt man is brought to life after a globule of spittle activates a machine. Suspiria — Bizarre, unreal color schemes and a pounding score surrealize this horror fairy tale about a coven of witches operating a ballet academy. Swiss Army Man — A suicidal, shipwrecked man uses for a flatulent, talking corpse to find his way home.
Synecdoche, New York — Charlie Kaufman working without a net in this absurdist, recursive, and dreamlike story of a sad-sack theater director who builds a replica of New York City inside a warehouse. Tales from the Quadead Zone — We chose this ultra-low-budget anthology of horror stories to represent the work of outsider VHS shlockmeister Chester N. The Taste of Tea — The quaintly surreal adventures of a rural Japanese family include a girl plagued by a giant doppelganger only she can see.
Taxidermia — A penis ejaculating fire is the take-home image from this surreal and twisted Hungarian generational epic; barf bags recommended. Tekkonkinkreet — Orphans White and Black scrape out an existence on the surreal streets of Treasure Town. The Tenant — A new roomer in an odd apartment complex takes on the personality of the previous tenant, who committed suicide.