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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? I bet you haven’t, and you’re missing out. [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. An eye for an eye. 7.

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