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    movies that make you say wtf?

    just watched revolver, had no clue what was going on the entire time but it was cool.

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    I made it through about 20 minutes of Sucker Punch...

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    Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy

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    Blair Witch, was it suppose to scare me?

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    2001 a Space Odessey.

    That movie tripped me the f**k out! The ending is a masterpiece. It really messes with one's head. Watch it and you'll see what I mean.

    Never the less it was a damn good movie and I suggest everyone should watch it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Kuhl View Post
    Blair Witch, was it suppose to scare me?

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    Yeah that one sucked. Since we're getting nostalgic, I nominate Dune.

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    I went to the movies with my dad years ago. We looked at the board and seeing nothing worth seeing we bought tickets to Pulp Fiction. Had zero idea what we were in store for. I walked out of that theater saying "WTF did I just watch?".....It was AWESOME and has stuck with me to this day. What a collage of characters and stories. Been hooked on QT movies ever since.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eatdrinkride View Post
    I went to the movies with my dad years ago. We looked at the board and seeing nothing worth seeing we bought tickets to Pulp Fiction. Had zero idea what we were in store for. I walked out of that theater saying "WTF did I just watch?".....It was AWESOME and has stuck with me to this day. What a collage of characters and stories. Been hooked on QT movies ever since.
    +1 for Pulp Fiction!

    Quentin Tarantino is a master director.

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    "teeth"

    Really, Vampire vaginas?

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    Quote Originally Posted by aikane View Post
    Yeah that one sucked. Since we're getting nostalgic, I nominate Dune.
    To be specific Dune starring Kyle Maclachlan and Sting! That was a trip out movie.

    Off topic but in what seems like 5 degrees of separation, make that 2 actually) Patrick Stewart played Duncan Idaho in the 80's Dune later acted as Professor X in the X-men movies. In the Dune mini-series James MacAvoy played the title role of Paul Atreides then later as the young Prof X in that last X-Men Movie

    To get back on topic I nominate Howard the Duck! Lucas showing his dark side much

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    Here's two that are ASTOUNDINGLY impossible to make sense of:

    HEAD - a Monkees movie. Really long, too.

    COFFEE AND CIGARETTES - Gotta say - I love Tom Waits, but this movie is practically impossible to watch.

    Oh yeah, that Frank Zappa movie, 200 MOTELS - also makes no sense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by heyyall View Post
    I made it through about 20 minutes of Sucker Punch...
    +1... absolutely abysmal. even the astounding amount of silicone couldnt save that bomb.


    human centipede... WTF

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    The Devils Rejects.

    Pulp Fiction is a masterpiece imo.

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    Memento is out there
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    Quote Originally Posted by Possum Jones View Post
    Memento is out there
    I've had that in my Netflix queue for months. Guess I actually need to watch it.

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    Eraserhead still haunts me...



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    I'm with you guys, Pulp Fiction was great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eatdrinkride View Post
    I've had that in my Netflix queue for months. Guess I actually need to watch it.
    Do it!
    Check out the Machinist too.
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    Begotten.

    Here's the full movie: "God disembowels himself with a straight razor. The spirit-like Mother Earth emerges, venturing into a bleak, barren landscape. Twitching and cowering, the Son Of Earth is set upon by faceless cannibals."



    Also, Anti-Christ.



    And the most recent WTF?! movie I've seen is Yellow Brick Road. This movie made absolutely no sense.



    Oooh. I can't forget Show Girls.


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    Quote Originally Posted by AZ.MTNS View Post
    The Devils Rejects.
    That was actually a pretty good movie. It definitely is one of those movies that makes you say "WTF!?" though.

    I think Rob Zombie should expand his side career as a director and make more movies.

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    IMO pretty much every Kevin Smith movie sucks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by CHUM View Post
    David Lynch is a whack-a-doo director...
    also directed...>>Dune!<<

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trail Addict View Post
    +1 for Pulp Fiction!

    Quentin Tarantino is a master director.

    just watched reservoir dogs, awesome!

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    hanger. that is all









    a guy i work with said i should watch it,i dont think i should have,and i can watch bizzare food tv show with him eating cow placenta while i eat dinner. EXTREME ADULT ONLY!!!!!!! takes very strong stomach to watch whole movie. very poorly made all around, and absolutley TWISTED, and i mean twisted. watch at own risk and dont blame me if you do watch it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by b-kul View Post
    just watched reservoir dogs, awesome!
    Every time I hear "stuck in the middle with you" I always think about that scene..
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    A Serbian Film.

    Nothing compares to this messed up film. (if you can call it that)
    Read the wikipedia on this. its odd

    (dont judge me for knowing of this film)

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    Quote Originally Posted by AZ.MTNS View Post
    The Devils Rejects.
    is that the second one? i love when the funny looking guy gets shot in the motel.

    ill add Jacob's Ladder.

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    From Dusk Till Dawn.

    I realize it's another QT film but I absolutely said "WTF" when watching that film. New nothing about it going in. Half way through an awesome movie it turned into a vampire film. I thought I was watching a whole different movie at that point.

    -Eating Raoul. What other than "WTF" can I say about that film?

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    Tideland with Jeff Bridges.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trail Addict View Post
    That was actually a pretty good movie. It definitely is one of those movies that makes you say "WTF!?" though.

    I think Rob Zombie should expand his side career as a director and make more movies.
    The last movie he made was an animated zombie movie.

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    Human Centipede. Most ****ed up movie ever.

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    Monty Python and the Holy Grail, but in a good way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drummerboy1975 View Post
    Human Centipede. Most ****ed up movie ever.
    Have you watched Human Centipede 2?

    It LITERALLY makes the first one look like a Disney movie. It is the absolutely the most f***ed up movie ever created, to a point where it was banned in a few countries.

    It's worse than every horror movie that involves torture put together. It was basically like watching a sick snuff film. In one part the antagonist is raping a woman with barbed wire wrapped around his man part, and then there is another scene where a baby's head gets stomped on and crushed.

    The director seriously has some issues.

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    Either one of the Human Centipede movies...just not right

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    i got a couple

    I'm Not There- its a movie about Bob Dylan. i'm a fan of bob dylan, and wanted to like this movie, but just couldn't get into it.

    The Tree of Life- people seem to love this movie, but i just didn't get anything out of it. it seemed like it wanted to be 2001esque, but just fell short in my book. i had a lot of mental chatter going on when i saw it, and just felt like the movie didn't give enough

    some Coen brothers movie really give me a "wtf" smile/laugh. the first time i saw burn after reading was awesome, and definitely was surprising.

    and for all you quentin tarrantino fans, you have to check out a movie called "Red State". just flicked it on randomly one day and loved it

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    Quote Originally Posted by eatdrinkride View Post
    I went to the movies with my dad years ago. We looked at the board and seeing nothing worth seeing we bought tickets to Pulp Fiction. Had zero idea what we were in store for. I walked out of that theater saying "WTF did I just watch?".....It was AWESOME and has stuck with me to this day. What a collage of characters and stories. Been hooked on QT movies ever since.
    +3 for me. Did the exact same thing. Went to the movies with nothing particular in mind and ended up seeing pulp fiction. WTF. Love that film 2nd only to The Big Lebowski

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    In no particular order:
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    When I think of more, I'll post them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scmclark View Post
    i was definitely cringing at that scene. not sure how far qt was gonna take it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Possum Jones View Post
    Do it!
    Check out the Machinist too.
    -also in the queue for months but never watched

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    Quote Originally Posted by teamhaymaker View Post
    A Serbian Film.

    Nothing compares to this messed up film. (if you can call it that)
    Read the wikipedia on this. its odd

    (dont judge me for knowing of this film)
    wow, just wow. i gotta ask, how did you discover this? reading the wiki page alone flipped my stomach.

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    Quote Originally Posted by teamhaymaker View Post
    A Serbian Film.

    Nothing compares to this messed up film. (if you can call it that)
    Read the wikipedia on this. its odd

    (dont judge me for knowing of this film)
    Quote Originally Posted by b-kul View Post
    wow, just wow. i gotta ask, how did you discover this? reading the wiki page alone flipped my stomach.
    Seems right along the level of The Human Centipede 2.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dion View Post
    I'm waiting for Serbian Film to hit streaming - I've been wanting to check that out.
    I too would like to watch Serbian Film. Do you know if it is available for rent in the U.S.? If it is I bet it is an edited version that takes all the good parts out of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trail Addict View Post
    Have you watched Human Centipede 2?

    It LITERALLY makes the first one look like a Disney movie. It is the absolutely the most f***ed up movie ever created, to a point where it was banned in a few countries.

    It's worse than every horror movie that involves torture put together. It was basically like watching a sick snuff film. In one part the antagonist is raping a woman with barbed wire wrapped around his man part.

    The director seriously has some issues.
    HC2 was too ridiculous.

    I liked HC1, because it was almost like an 80's B-movie. But I think HC2 was trying to hard.

    I'm waiting for Serbian Film to hit streaming - I've been wanting to check that out.

    If you guys really want a mind-fcuk, check out "Sheitan" with Vincent Cassel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by b-kul View Post
    wow, just wow. i gotta ask, how did you discover this? reading the wiki page alone flipped my stomach.
    I have a thing for watching all wierd and horror movies. I have a fantastic copy of this on my PS3. Many places banned the film because it was so messed up.
    I gotta say when I watched it I was quite shocked at the quality of it, and creeped out about the content of it. seeing the baby come out of a woman and right onto the guys junk was where most people stop watching

    If you know how I can send it to you feel free to let me know and I will.

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    Quote Originally Posted by teamhaymaker View Post
    If you know how I can send it to you feel free to let me know and I will.
    not for me man. scary movies arnt my thing. im more of a qt/ bruce willis/ action/ ganster type guy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by teamhaymaker View Post
    I have a thing for watching all wierd and horror movies. I have a fantastic copy of this on my PS3. Many places banned the film because it was so messed up.
    I gotta say when I watched it I was quite shocked at the quality of it, and creeped out about the content of it. seeing the baby come out of a woman and right onto the guys junk was where most people stop watching

    If you know how I can send it to you feel free to let me know and I will.
    Send it to me! Not sure how though. Frowny face! I've been trying to see that film since it came out.

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    get REALLY stoned then watch this MST 3000 classic

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trail Addict View Post
    2001 a Space Odessey.

    That movie tripped me the f**k out! The ending is a masterpiece. It really messes with one's head. Watch it and you'll see what I mean.

    Never the less it was a damn good movie and I suggest everyone should watch it.
    2001: A Floyd Oddity Jupiter and Beyond the Infinite

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    As soon as the song "Echoes" is played and the "Jupiter And Beyond The Infinite" title card pops up, a ping will sound. This pinging sound will ring once every few seconds for the first 1:20 or so. The music will slowly start to fade in after ten seconds or so. It is very eerie-sounding - as synthesizers slowly build, and eventually a mellow, slow guitar riff comes into play.

    As all this psychedellic, mellow music builds up the images on the screen are of the monolith floating around in space while the outstanding special effects show the planets in the background. The sense of limitless space is evident, and the music only enhances that feeling.

    LYRICS/IMAGES/INTERPRETATIONS:

    The lyrics begin at 2:57. Here is a line-by-line breakdown and my own personal interpretations.

    LYRICS: "Overhead the albatross hangs motionless upon the air" IMAGE: The camera pans across the vast space background. INTERPRETATION: Obviously the albatross represents the monolith - which is, as the song says, hanging motionless.

    LYRICS: "And deep beneath the rolling waves/In labyrinths of coral caves/The echo of a distant time/Comes willowing across the sand" IMAGES: The monolith continues to float around in space as the camera pans towards the Discovery ship. INTERPRETATION: The references to the ocean might be a comparison of the vastness of the ocean and the even more vastness of space. "The echo of a distant time" might refer to the monolith - as we know the monoliths have been appearing to Earthlings since evolutionary times. "Willowing across the sand" seems to symbolize the tiny little spaceship slithering across the vastness of space like a worm through sand.

    LYRICS: "And Everything is green and submarine" IMAGE: The Discovery. INTERPRETATION: "submarine" is obviously the spaceship Discovery - as a submarine explores the water, this machine explores space.

    LYRICS: "And no one showed us to the land/And no on knows the where or whys" IMAGE: images of the monolith and Bowman's pod heading for it. INTERPRETATION: The lines might be something that the humans who discovered the monolith might say - "whoever put these monoliths here didn't tell us why, but we're figuring it out."

    LYRICS: "But something stirs and something tries/And starts to climb towards the light" IMAGES: The monolith flying upward while the camera pans over to the Discovery. INTERPRETATION: Could mean two things simultaneously: 1) The monolith (not sure what it is, which is why it is referred to as "something") begins to gain momentum and moves from the bottom of the screen to top, and continues to move. The light it's moving to might be the light show that soon occurs. 2)Symbolic of how insignificant Bowman and his pod is (just "something"), and it is heading towards the monolith - as a subject might approach its savior and/or like a moth to a lightbulb.

    LYRICS: "Strangers passing in the street/By chance two seperate glances meet/And I am you and what I see is me" IMAGE: Bowman's pod heading straight towards the camera. INTERPRETATION: The monolith and Bowman might be the two strangers who have just happened to run into each other. There's so many people in the world that the huge population and all the individual traits each person has might be compared with the vastness of space. "And I am you..." - I'm positive this is a reference to the later section of the film in which Bowman sees himself as an old man in the "hotel room," however, I believe that somehow this second verse was switched with the fifth verse. The "Through the window... a million bright ambassadors" lines would seem more appropriate at this time. Either way, this still is a thoughful, poetic line.

    LYRICS: "And do I take you by the hand/And lead you through the land/And help me understand the best I can" IMAGE: The monolith disappears. INTERPRETATION: "Take you by the hand" - what the monolith might be saying to Bowman - to take him on a tour of the monolith's home land. "And help me understand...." what both the monolith and Bowman might say to each other - to learn more about each other. As Bowman was sent to study the monolith, the monolith is a tool to study Earth and its people.

    LYRICS: "And no one calls us to move on/And no one forces down our eyes/And no one speaks and no one tries/And no one flies around the sun" IMAGE: The camera pans up and the light show begins just as the last word of the last line is sung. INTERPRETATION: "no one calls us to move on... forces down our eyes" - sounds like something two children might say who are so excitied about something and can't stop doing what they're doing (as Bowman and the monolith are about to embark on a fantastic journey). "no one tries.... no one flies around the sun" - open to interpretation, could mean just about anything.

    Singing ends for the time being as the music becomes more mellow as the light show continues. The sound of the music seems to perfectly match the mood the lightshow induces - exactly like any other movie uses a pop song during any kind of montage.

    At the 7 minute point the music changes and becomes driven by organs and drums, just as the light show becomes a series of starry images - the swirling galaxies, the images that look like embryos, the dancing diamonds. The music continues to match the images and mood on-screen until....

    At the 10:30 point the music fades out and an extremely eerie, freaky sequence of sound effects is faded in. This transition occurrs as the transitition on the screen is made from the starry images to the ultraviolet images of the alien planet. The sound is no longer rock, but strictly psychedellic, much like the "eeeee"- choir-sung sound on the film's actual soundtrack. Some of the background sounds on the CD seem to synch with the images on screen such as wind, waves crashing, and seagulls as we are shown what looks like the alien planet's ocean.

    The eerie sonic sequence lasts until 14:20 when Bowman finds himself in the bizarre "hotel room." The music starts to fade out as synthesizers slowly start to build in the background. It is at this time that Bowman begins to slowly walk around and try to figure out where he is. The sound and music continues to build and the eerie sequence fades out. The pinging noise also occurs. The music comes to a climax around 17:06 when Bowman sees himself in the other room as an old man eating.

    At 18:00 Bowman gets out of the chair and looks around. At 18:14 the guitars kick back in as he turns around and returns to the table.

    At 19:11 the lyrics come back.

    LYRICS: "Cloudless everyday you fall upon my waking eyes/Inviting and inciting me to rise" IMAGE: Bowman walks from the door to the table. INTERPRETATION: This might be something Bowman, as an old man, might be thinking. Perhaps he has been stuck in that room for decades as the aliens' guinea pig?

    LYRICS: "And through the window in the wall/Come streaming in on sunlight wings/A million bright ambassadors of morning" IMAGE: Bowman sits down at the table. INTERPRETATION: I believe all three lines refer to the rays of light which brough Bowman from our reality to the reality he is in now. It is possible this entire verse was switched with the second verse.

    LYRICS: "And no one sings me lullabies/And no one makes me close my eyes/And so I throw the windows wide/And call to you across the sky" IMAGE: Bowman eats his meal. INTERPRETATION: "lullabies" and "close my eyes" might be something Bowman would say since it seems he has been alone for years in just a few seconds. The latter two lines might refer to the monolith - calling to it to do something.

    Music continues much like it did during the light show sequence. At 21:18 the music quickly fades out just as the old, dying Bowman points to the monolith in front of him. The music at this point is keyboard-driven, very mellow - as if someone was trying to put somene to sleep (i.e. Bowman dying).

    At 22:10 a strange sound, like a jet engine in the distant, starts to fade in, along with the pinging sound again. The image on screen is of the embryonic Bowman. Eventually the music fades out to just the eerie sound effects as the "Star Child" looks at the camera.

    Both the song and the movie then end AT THE EXACT SAME TIME.

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    "Dead Alive", Peter Jackson (Lord of the Rings) early New Zealand splatter film.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WLB View Post
    "Dead Alive", Peter Jackson (Lord of the Rings) early New Zealand splatter film.
    His "Meet the Feebles" is way more ****ed and awesome. If you haven't seen it check it out. It's like muppets on crack after main lining some liquid PCP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by monzie View Post
    His "Meet the Feebles" is way more ****ed and awesome. If you haven't seen it check it out. It's like muppets on crack after main lining some liquid PCP.
    Wow, gotta check that out. It must be some sick ****

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    Enter the Void - such a trippy perspective of a movie but with several WTF is going on moments.

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    Battle Royale - the original kids killing kids horror movie that was banned from the states for a good long while.

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    Funny Games - German horror film that is probably the most terrifying movie I've ever seen. Michael Haneke does a great job of pushing the terror onto the viewer and then making you feel as umcomfortable as the characters. English port isnt quite as scary but still great.

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    And yes, go see The Rooom if you've never done so before. But dont go see it on your own, look for a midnight screening in your area. Bring a football and a bunch of plastic spoons.

    Cabin In The Woods is a great new film that's out in theaters right now that turns the normal hack and slash horror films upside down. Dont watch a trailer, just go check it out.

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    Being John Malkovich.

    I had expected The Forgotten to be some lame overdrama chick flick until the part where the aliens sucked the house and that dude up. I was like, “Dude, WTF was that all about?!??!?”

    Oh yeah, and cannot forget that “WTF” movie from the 1980s called Liquid Sky—that was bizarre.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HAL 9000 View Post
    2001: A Floyd Oddity Jupiter and Beyond the Infinite

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    As soon as the song "Echoes" is played and the…………………… end AT THE EXACT SAME TIME.
    Echoes is one of the best Pink Floyd Songs ever!!! Right up there with the entire albums of Wish You Were Here and Animals.
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    Great thread again, the off camber forum is delivering!

    I will +1 on Ichii the killer, be warned it is considered one of the most violent movies ever made, but there is a pretty intense and weird backstory

    A real WTF movie was Uzumaki, a japanese horror about the spiral shape (yes, just the shape) that drove people mad and into suicide. I looked for this movie for 2 years (before the intranets) and finally found a copy...only to WTF big time.
    what would rainbow unicorn do?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ferday View Post
    Great thread again, the off camber forum is delivering!

    I will +1 on Ichii the killer, be warned it is considered one of the most violent movies ever made, but there is a pretty intense and weird backstory

    A real WTF movie was Uzumaki, a japanese horror about the spiral shape (yes, just the shape) that drove people mad and into suicide. I looked for this movie for 2 years (before the intranets) and finally found a copy...only to WTF big time.
    Fuuuuck! How could I forget Uzumaki?! Did you read the manga it was based on? Sooo nuts.

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    Old boy. Makes u say wtf but amazing film. Don't read the synopsis, just watch it.

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    Hardcore (1979 film)

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hardcore_(1979_film)

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    Memento

    With the way my memory is fading, this will be me, but hopefully not so violently. Did I mention I have a bad memory?

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    Fight club. WTF And awesome soundtrack

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