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#1
im looking for some movies like butterfly effect, the wall (pink floyd), secret window. etc

thrillers and stuff are my favorite but genrely anything like the ones i poseted above

thanks
#4
Memento

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#8
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fear and loathing in las vegas


+1

it's such a trippy ass movie, it left me all awkward
#9
spun is apparently really trippy but ive never seen it
Hmmmm... Pie.

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#12
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A Clockwork Orange.

Well, arguably...quite alot of Kubrick movies actually.



Oh sh*t I forgot about that one. The part where they just sit in the milk place freaked me out. They just stared at the camera. *shivers*
#13
The trippiest films are surely subtitled and make no sort of sense. I'm thinking Run Lola Run or Der Himmel über Berlin

Oh actually you've gotta watch Brant Bjork's Sabbia. Great film to watch when smoking.
#14
Heavy Metal
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#16
^ I belive so. Never had the desire to check it out

I would consider fight club somewhat trippy, bet defiantly check out a clock work orange. One of the best movies I've seen IMO.
#18
Paranoia 1.0
Eraserhead
The Holy Mountain
El Topo
A Boy And His Dog
Twelve Monkeys
2001: A Space Odyssey
The Science of Sleep
Fantastic Planet
Waking Life
A Scanner Darkly
Natural Born Killers
Gummo
The Cremaster Cycle
Videodrome

Enough for now, I think.
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Oh my God, I ****ing loved those movies.
#19
Yellow Submarine.
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#21
Quote by freewheelin_arg
fear and loathing in las vegas


+1

werid ass movie


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#25
Being John Malkovich, that is easily one of the oddest films I've seen. I'm still finding different understandings to it.

Texas Chainsaw Massacre - the original - that is extremely wierd, you really see the madness of the family, unlike in the remake.
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#26
Quote by freewheelin_arg
fear and loathing in las vegas


You should see "Where the Buffalo Roam." It's pretty similar to "Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas" only Neil Young does the music, Bill Murray play Hunter S. Thompson, and Peter O. Boyle (the dad from Everybody Loves Ramond) plays Laslow.

I saw this movie called "The Cube" once, and it was pretty screwy. (Not Gleaming the Cube, the underrated Christian Slater movie)
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#29
Across The Universe is pretty trippy. It's particularly awesome if you're a big Beatles fan. Though it's trippy in a more hippie kind of way, not so much a sci-fi crazy kind of way.
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#30
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theres a mvoie called heavy metal?

Yep. Animated from the mid 80s. Great sound track and many wtf moments.
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#31
Soylent Green.... It has this really trippy scene where Edward G. Robinson is dying in a euthanasia centre, and if you really want a good laugh while your tripping, watch any of the 1960s Batman TV series.
#32
The soundtrack to Heavy Metal 2000 is even better than the original.
#33
Quote by Jackal58
Yep. Animated from the mid 80s. Great sound track and many wtf moments.
I'm still not sure I know what it's all about.
Was from a comic book of the same name


Yeah I remember that, much of the artwork was done by one of my favourite artists, Boris Vallego.

Here's the arwork that became the movie poster.
http://vallejo.ural.net/1985/show.php?007
#36
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The Cube
Pi
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
Event Horizon
The Sphere


Pi, that movie is screwed up, with the drill bit to the head. That movie is pretty intense.
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#37
The Matrix, at least when I saw it when I was 10. My head hurt for like a week.
#39
Quote by soulphonate
You should see "Where the Buffalo Roam." It's pretty similar to "Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas" only Neil Young does the music, Bill Murray play Hunter S. Thompson, and Peter O. Boyle (the dad from Everybody Loves Ramond) plays Laslow.

I saw this movie called "The Cube" once, and it was pretty screwy. (Not Gleaming the Cube, the underrated Christian Slater movie)


I think I know what you're talking about. I remember something about it from when I was like seven or eight, or am I thinking of the Sphere?

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The Cube
Pi
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
Event Horizon
The Sphere


I thought it was called The Sphere.
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Twisted by knaves to make a trap for fools,
Or watch the things you gave your life to, broken,
And stoop and build 'em up with worn-out tools
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