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Top 10 Strange Japanese Films You Need to Watch

Top 10 Strange Japanese Films You Need to Watch
There are strange movies, and then there are stranger movies. Movies that simply cannot be described with words alone. There are movies you see, and then there are movies you experience. This list compiles ten of the strangest Japanese movies that simply must be seen to be believed. Have you seen Japan’s ten strangest movies? [box type="alert"]A lot of the trailers for these wacky movies are pretty NSFW and include gore, explicit language, and in some cases, even dude butt. 10. Obvious green screen is obvious House is a cult classic and with good reason. Especially considering the year it was made, House is pretty impressive. It’s a cult classic you wouldn’t want to miss out on. [yframe url=' Weirdness: 3/5 Enjoyability: 3/5 Who to watch it with: Anyone who enjoys B-movie horror or appreciates cult classics. 9. No, I haven’t seen your cat. When I rented this movie I really wasn’t expecting anything special. [yframe url=' 8. 7. 6. Related:  movies stuff

Amazing Underrated Obscure Bizarre Films PART 11 list I really dig this IMDB plot summary, it paints a mysterious picture to get you interested while not giving away anything crucial, it's like a good trailer: A psychiatrist, Richard Burton, investigates the savage blinding of six horses with a metal spike in a stable in Hampshire, England. The atrocity was committed by an unassuming seventeen-year-old stable boy named Alan Strang, the only son of an opinionated but inwardly-timid father and a genteel, religious mother. As Dysart exposes the truths behind the boy's demons, he finds himself face-to-face with his own.

20 Must See Films of Fantastic Fest 2009 If you’re not going to come to Fantastic Fest, you’re only lucky because you’ll still have your eyeballs by the end of the month. We here at FSR on the other hand will definitely lose the damned things along with most of our spinal column and our sanity. While we can’t prepare for going blind, we can practice losing our minds, so we’re taking a look at the 20 film we’re most excited to see this year at Fantastic Fest. Blood, boobs, gore, nonsensical plots from the Far East, more blood, A.D.D. children’s toys, zombie attacks, strange and unexplained occurrences, and more blood. And that’s just the tip of the iceberg. It was tough narrowing down the field, and we probably did a crap job of it, but it’s the best we can do when faced with the intensity of a film festival such as this. Looking forward to seeing you on the other side: Daybreakers It’s ten years from now and a plague has swept through mankind… only instead of killing us it’s turned 95% of humanity into vampires. Mandrill Bronson

The Best Horror Movies of 2011 [The Top 10 Released and Top 5 Unreleased] | HorrorsNotDead.com -- A Favorite Horror Movie Blog for OVER NINE THOUSAND years running. Horror Movie Reviews and News. 2011 was a really shitty year for horror. There’s no reason to dance around it; it just sucked. Sure, some good movies managed to find release, but not nearly enough. You know it’s been a bad 12 months of genre when it’s a struggle to assemble a Top 10 filled with films that leave any kind of a significant mark– and even then, several are just unreleased films from 2010. But such is the genre these days… The Best Horror Movies of 2011 10. The latest from May director Lucky McKee isn’t for everyone. 9. I’ve taken a lot of flak for defending the hell out of Fright Night, but I’ll take everything the haters have got if it means at least one more person gives this smart, unique remake a shot. 8. Seconds Apart is the most interesting flick After Dark Horror films has ever been involved with. 7. 6. Jee-woon Kim’s I Saw the Devil is one of the most brutal movies you’ll see this or any year. 5. It’s a shame that Undocumented didn’t become the hit it deserved. 4. 3. 2. 1. 5. 4. 3. 2. 1. 5. 4. 3.

The 15 Best Miramax Films Today, the indie world and the film world at large lost a giant in the field, watching Disney close the doors and turn the lights off on Miramax. As sad a day like today is, and as uncertain as the future is, we can still hold on to the memories. Most of them are now on Blu-ray. Without further tears in our eyes, we’d like to remember Miramax for their 15 Best Films. If you’re like me and Rob Hunter, your rental queue is already full. 15. The Pitch: Even if Rob Hunter doesn’t think Larry Clark’s harsh film about drug and sexual abandon amongst the youth in NYC is well acted, he’s wrong, and the movie is brilliant and challenging. 14. The Pitch: You probably haven’t seen this odd and creepy little flick, but if you have consider yourself one of the lucky few. 13. The Pitch: This film is mostly known for its twist, which is a shame, because the entire film is a thing of beauty. 12. The Pitch: This is the movie that put director Atom Egoyan on the map. 11.

The 100 Best Films Of World Cinema | 100. Night Watch | Empire | www.empireonline.com From Brazil to Japan to France and Senegal, from Neo-Realism to Dogme to J-horror, we've compiled a list of the very best films not in the English language (note: features, not documentaries). So rustle up some sushi, strike up a gauloise and make sure you've locked your bicycle as we count down the top 100 world cinema movies... 100. Night Watch Year: 2004Country: RussiaDirector: Timur Bekmambetov It's Buffy meets The Matrix meets Blade! Hollywood remake? Stream Night Watch now with Amazon Video 99. Year: 1993Country: ChinaDirector: Yuen Woo-ping It's the Robin Hood story transferred to the Ch'ing Dynasty, helmed by Yuen Woo-ping, the martial arts director that would go onto create such western fighting spectaculars such as Kill Bill and The Matrix Trilogy. Hollywood remake? Buy Iron Monkey now on Amazon 98. Year: 1985Country: JapanDirector: Akira Kurosawa Akira Kurosawa was almost blind when he directed his biggest movie, in 1989, and yet it's possibly his most beautiful. Hollywood remake?

The 10 Most Disturbing Horror Movie Scenes of the Past Decade — CosBlog! Top 10 Websites To Watch Movies Online For Free We all love the idea of watching movies with just your Internet connection and a computer and no strings attached. Although some of you may think that this is not legal, i would say "why not try something ill-legal today". There are lots of websites which provide to watch movies online, no need to sign-up and in few clicks you are into the movie arena. Most of these sites don’t host the files due to legal disputes but they contain links to the sources, where we can get our hands dirty. We have Updated the List as per the current ratings, which are turning differently. There are some new websites included, this is the new list for year 2015. IceFilmsTube This website offers you complete HD experience for all the movie. JustMoviez Just Moviez is an amazing website to watch movies online hassle free. WatchMoviesOnline Online movie streaming is trending nowadays. VKFLIX - is a highly recommended free movie site. Streaming-movie.tv MovieScout.TV MovieStorm.eu TvMovielinks Los Movies Nyoo TV Hulu

Bloody Disgusting Selects: This Is Only The Beginning (Films 1-10) Back in early 2011, horror fan-site juggernaut Bloody Disgusting took a stand for independent and foreign genre lore by partnering with The Collective and AMC Theaters, establishing distribution company Bloody Disgusting Selects. Their purpose? To hand-pick often glanced over horror gems which get lost in the mainstream remake shuffle, and grant those deemed worthy of proper theatrical and Video On Demand releases exposure. As an avid follower and member of “The Infected” (the site’s online community), Bloody Disgusting Selects seemed like a gleaming beacon of hope in the world of inventive, creative, and one-of-a-kind horror experiences. From worst to first, let’s take a gander… Bloody Disgusting Selects 1-10 Atrocious Quick Synopsis: ”The Quintanilla family was found dead. Director: Fernando Barreda Luna Alas, the old first person camera gimmick: so hard to master and too easily exploited. Final Rating: 4.5/10 YellowBrickRoad Directors: Jesse Holland and Andy Mitton Final Rating: 5/10 Outcast

Turn Me On, Dammit! TURN ME ON, DAMMIT! is a whimsical and refreshingly honest coming of age story about the blossoming sexuality of a teenage girl. The feature debut of Jannicke Systad Jacobsen, the film was awarded "Best Screenplay" at the Tribeca Film Festival as well as "Best Debut Film" at the Rome Film Festival. 15-year-old Alma (Helene Bergsholm) is consumed by her out-of-control hormones and fantasies that range from sweetly romantic images of Artur, the boyfriend she yearns for, to down-and-dirty daydreams about practically everybody she lays eyes on. Alma and her best friend Sara live in an insufferably boring little town in the hinterlands of Norway called Skoddeheimen, a place they loathe so much that every time their school bus passes the sign that names it, they routinely flip it off. After Alma has a stimulating yet awkward encounter with Artur, she makes the mistake of telling her incredulous friends, who ostracize her at school, until Sara can't even be seen with her.

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