Weirdest Movie You've Ever Seen

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    So, what is the weirdest, strangest movie you've ever seen?

    Did you like it?


    For me it has to be Eraserhead, directed and written by David Lynch.

    I really enjoyed his Blue Velvet, but Eraserhead was too freaky for me.
     
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    Tank Girl. Worst movie ever...close 2nd...Chasing Amy...
     
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    Solaris with George Clooney.

    It was like an accident.

    You didn't want to look but you just wanted to see how bad it was.
     
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    Butterfly Effect. Couldn't stand it but couldn't stop.
     
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    Lost in Translation
     
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    Spun was pretty weird, I really liked it despite that though.

    All star cast playing spun out meth heads, including Mickey Rourke, Brittany Murphy, John Leguizamo & Patrick Fugit.
     
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    Blue Velvet was good but very weird. Vanilla Sky was downright strange - didn't like it.
     
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    All I can remember from Blue Velvet is "mommy".

    I saw that movie when I was 15, have NO clue what it's about.
     
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    I couldn't say. I've never 'seen' a bad movie. Truth to tell, I have to really pay attention to movies in theater, cause of the hearing. If a movie doesn't 'grab my attention' in the first 10 minutes, I fall asleep. I'm not kidding. Just remember, I slept through "Tommy" in 1979 by the Who at the Chicago International Amphitheatre. The audience freaked me out and that was live! So I slept.
     
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    Weirdest, and worst in one.. The Forbidden Zone.

    If you think <i>anything</i> you've ever seen in your life was bad, this movie is guaranteed, without a doubt, to top it. I'd bet money on it.

    The longest 75 minutes of your entire life. Period.

    <i>An all-time classic of the underground cinema, featuring original music by Oscar-nominated composer Danny Elfman (PEE-WEE'S BIG ADVENTURE, BATMAN), FORBIDDEN ZONE must be seen to be believed. There is a mysterious but forbidden door in the basement of the Hercules family's new house in Venice, California; it doesn't take long for daughter Frenchy, returning home from her bizarro school that features a machine gun-toting teacher and a chicken boy, to succumb to temptation and open it. Becoming trapped in the Sixth Dimension, which is ruled by randy midget King Fausto who, as luck would have it, is looking for a new concubine, Frenchy catches the king's eye. Unfortunately she also incurs the jealous Queen Doris's wrath, and is imprisoned along with the ex-queen, who plots Doris's demise. While Frenchy's brother Flash and her Gramps endeavor to save her, a dancing frog, robot boxers, Oingo-Boingo, and Danny Elfman as Satan, all make their appearances in the Forbidden Zone.</i>
     

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