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Weirdest film you have ever seen? 2010-07-17 14:33:17 Reply

i just got finishing watching an experimental film called Invocation Of My Demon Brother it is so weird in fact that it led me to wonder what is the weirdest film people on newgrounds have seen here is the link to the video.....

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Response to Weirdest film you have ever seen? 2010-07-17 14:41:14 Reply

kenneth anger is great

the films i personally still have no fucking clue about though are the short films of toshio matsumoto and some of the early raymond rohauer collection shorts


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Response to Weirdest film you have ever seen? 2010-07-17 14:53:46 Reply

wow your the first person to know who the fuck Kenneth anger is he just messes with your mind in so many ways oh by the way Mick Jagger did the music for that movie if you want to call it music.


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Response to Weirdest film you have ever seen? 2010-07-17 14:56:17 Reply

Fantastic Planet. It's an animated movie made in the 70s about these aliens who keep humans as pets.

Watching it is like one huge acid trip.


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Response to Weirdest film you have ever seen? 2010-07-17 15:01:18 Reply

sound really interesting and incredibly weird good concept if you think about we treated people like animals on our world now were the animals.....


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Response to Weirdest film you have ever seen? 2010-07-17 15:06:41 Reply

The Human Centipede.


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Response to Weirdest film you have ever seen? 2010-07-17 15:09:49 Reply

Human Centipede.
EURGH!


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Response to Weirdest film you have ever seen? 2010-07-17 15:13:39 Reply

hmm that was a fucked up movie i saw el topo a few years very good movie but very messed up at some points it is like a western but much weirder the cast has maimed people midgets and just oozes with freakishness


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Response to Weirdest film you have ever seen? 2010-07-17 15:15:46 Reply

Dumplings. EMBRYO dumplings...


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Response to Weirdest film you have ever seen? 2010-07-17 15:16:46 Reply

whaaaaa........


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Response to Weirdest film you have ever seen? 2010-07-17 15:20:38 Reply

Every time I see a Uwe Boll film I shake my head, and ponder how such films continue being made for several minutes.

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he screws with system to get his movies made and beats up people that dont like him.


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Response to Weirdest film you have ever seen? 2010-07-17 15:43:55 Reply

At 7/17/10 03:06 PM, OwnzAlot wrote: The Human Centipede.

Sounds lovely >_> and since you're not the only person to say this, I'm curious as to what it's about.

Summary pl0x?
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Response to Weirdest film you have ever seen? 2010-07-17 16:05:49 Reply

At 7/17/10 03:43 PM, KrustyTheClown wrote:
At 7/17/10 03:06 PM, OwnzAlot wrote: The Human Centipede.
Sounds lovely >_> and since you're not the only person to say this, I'm curious as to what it's about.

Summary pl0x?

I SAID IT TOO! D':
Lol.

There's some mad retired scientist and he ubducts people at attaches them together via the mouth and anus. Sounds lovely doesn't it. :3
Search it on youtube.


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Response to Weirdest film you have ever seen? 2010-07-17 16:19:03 Reply

A Clockwork Orange is weirder than any film ever ever.

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Response to Weirdest film you have ever seen? 2010-07-17 16:19:57 Reply

At 7/17/10 04:19 PM, Mz-frost95-fr wrote: A Clockwork Orange is weirder than any film ever ever.

I second this. You stole my answer.

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Response to Weirdest film you have ever seen? 2010-07-17 16:19:59 Reply

That was some weird shit, bro.


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Response to Weirdest film you have ever seen? 2010-07-17 16:28:52 Reply

Even Dwarfs Started Small.

I'm sure there's some deeper meaning to it, but all I saw was a bunch of midgets dicking about on an island.


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Response to Weirdest film you have ever seen? 2010-07-17 16:35:21 Reply

I love Kenneth Anger

I think the most unusual feature-length film I have seen has to be - or one of the most unusual films I have ever seen - Terry Gilliam's Brazil. It reflects perfectly the protagonist's status in life through is dreams but the more the film unravels, the more chaotic his status becomes which reveals a darker secret of his - the dark absurdist sense of humour just adds to the chaotic atmosphere at times.

I'd have suggested David Lynch's Eraserhead but that sort of makes sense after a few views and in fact is rather relatable (and sort of just an annotation), depending on your interpretation. Brazil is a terrifying nightmare for the protagonist, and really could be a film that may make you doubt reality as a whole.

although, I could suggest so many more weirder films: Memento; INLAND EMPIRE; Martyrs; Hidden; Funny Games; Oldboy; the list can go on and on - I've only picked one.

The most unusual short films I have seen are possibly Jan Svankmajer's extensive collection of short films - from Flora to Meat Love. That man is a stopmotion genius. Although, love goes out to Kenneth Anger, Gaspar Noe, David Lynch and so many others too.


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Response to Weirdest film you have ever seen? 2010-07-17 16:46:43 Reply

iv seen alot of films that are wierd


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Response to Weirdest film you have ever seen? 2010-07-19 23:52:49 Reply

The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus & Mr. Nobody. But they were still both good films.


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Response to Weirdest film you have ever seen? 2010-07-19 23:56:41 Reply

my pic would be , He was a quiet man.


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Response to Weirdest film you have ever seen? 2010-07-19 23:58:46 Reply

At 7/17/10 04:19 PM, Mz-frost95-fr wrote: A Clockwork Orange is weirder than any film ever ever.

But its better than movies out today.


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Response to Weirdest film you have ever seen? 2010-07-20 00:00:05 Reply

Clockwork Orange doesn't seem that weird to me. Its certainly not like the world today, but its plot does make sense, and its not all that impractical.
Eraserhead is weirder, for sure.

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Response to Weirdest film you have ever seen? 2010-07-20 00:00:12 Reply

itt: indie films no one's heard of

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Response to Weirdest film you have ever seen? 2010-07-20 00:01:21 Reply

At 7/17/10 04:19 PM, Mz-frost95-fr wrote: A Clockwork Orange is weirder than any film ever ever.

Damn good fun watching it though.

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Response to Weirdest film you have ever seen? 2010-07-20 00:01:44 Reply

Mirrormask. What the hell.


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Response to Weirdest film you have ever seen? 2010-07-20 00:16:05 Reply

At 7/19/10 11:56 PM, LoneIcon wrote: my pic would be , He was a quiet man.

That's a great movie, I love it. Pretty weird actually, Christian Slater and Elisha Cuthbert roles are excellent, it's not like any other role they've played.

But the weirdest, sick, fucked up movie I've ever seen is Takashi Miike's GOZU , this is a great fucking twisted movie.


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Response to Weirdest film you have ever seen? 2010-07-20 01:36:23 Reply

I'de say Gummo.

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Response to Weirdest film you have ever seen? 2010-07-20 01:38:07 Reply

I didn't watch the whole thing, but it was a documentary film about death. Yes, it showed a lot of dying... it was banned in a lot of places but my friend forced me to watch some of it online. I will never forgive that bastard.