I like really weird movies. Like "What the hell what just happened?" stuff. Anything that screws with perception of reality or is extremely surreal or philosophical. The gorier the better, though I hate just hack and slash serial killing stuff. I just want bizarre and strangely filmed. And I like them to be dark.
And nothing generic like Waking Life, Pi, Doom Generation Dark City, etc.
Please and thank you. =)
Best horror flick I've seen since Blair Witch.
Peter Jackson's Dead Alive/Braindead
Turkish Star Wars
Brazilian Star Wars
Riki-Oh: The Story of Ricky (spoiler and highlight for it: middle of a fight, a dude tries to strangle the main character... with HIS OWN INTESTINES.)
A Clockwork Orange
Mullholland Dr. (terrible film, with no ******** point. David Lynch trolls his own audience, but if you want a pointless hour and a half nonlinear film, this is one.)
Street of Crocodiles
City of Lost Children
Not a huge fan of Delicatessen, but I'll totally recommend City of Lost Children. Jeunet is pretty much the King of Weird, especially when he's with Caro. Jean-Pierre Jeunet is my favorite director EVER.
Definitely seconding, thirding, whatever-ing Brazil. That movie is a trip and a half. It feels a little long at times. I also like Imaginarium, but it channels Baron Munchausen more than anything. I think I'd recommend Baron Munchausen instead. It's basically Imaginarium done better. (Though I do love Johnny Depp in Imaginarium).
After going through my collection, I only came up with two more:
Goldfish Memory-not scary or gory or anything. It's a completely mundane Irish dramady but the way all the stories come together was petty wild.
And enough for me that when my hand touched your shoulder, you leaned on me;
And when you felt me slip away, you called my name.
For my part I know nothing with any certainty, but the sight of the stars makes me dream.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Dream the impossible dream. Fight the unbeatable foe.
Strive with your last ounce of courage to reach the unreachable star.
If one dream should fall and break into a thousand pieces, never be afraid to pick one of those pieces up and begin again.