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Certification18 Our Rating

A shop clerk fixates on a TV news reader while constructing a machine to masturbate himself, the newsreader has her own sexual fantasy involving a large carp, another woman makes dough balls, which she grotesquely ingests before bed, need we go on? A strange and cerebral outing for those that really should get out more, did we say out, perhaps stay in would be a better idea. This said there is plenty of material here to discuss with friends and psychiatrists. Oh, did I mention the voodoo-chicken find out more...
EL TOPO (1971)

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The highly eccentric and totally brilliant Alexandro Jodorowsky doesn't make films like anybody else. Directed, written by and starring the man himself "El Topo" is a violent, surreal, quasi-religious Western, if that makes sense (which like the film it doesn't). AJ plays the nomadic lone gunslinger of the title, mostly shooting people for the first half, before being reincarnated as the comedian-cum-holyman protector of a community of deformed outcasts. No doubt some would attempt to read all s find out more...

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One of the strangest films ever made. A monochrome nightmare that launched David Lynch to stardom; inspired Twin Peaks and was the first step, some might say, on his voyage up his own back passage. Extraordinarily disturbing and fantastic.Why doesn't he make them like this any more? Twisted genius. find out more...

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'La Jetee' is a milestone in cinematic history, and the inspiration behind Hollywood hit '12 Monkeys'. This classic sci-fi short takes one man on a terrifying journey from the post-apocalyptic world he inhabits, back to his childhood and his one distant memory; the face of a woman at the end of a pier. Stunning. find out more...

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Eat your heart out David Lynch! This movie has it all - sex, mutilation, religion, obsession, revenge and a circus which makes Archaos look like a branch of the Young Conservatives. The plot defies description, suffice to say it is perversely funny, grotesquely bizarre and definitely not family viewing. find out more...

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Visually stunning Japanese cyber-punk nightmare destined to become a cult classic in the mould of Eraserhead. The disjointed story follows the descent into madness of a metal-fetishist who, after a car accident, mutates into a metal/flesh cyborg. Surreal, bizarre and tragic, you will be unnerved! find out more...

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Using the framing story of a man who discovers how to craft and sell dreams to a series of anxious clients, Richter allotted each dream (seven in all) to various Surrealists/Dadaists; Max Ernst, Man Ray, Marcel Duchamp and Alexander Calder amongst others. For four decades one of the most influential members of the cinematic avant-garde Hans Richter's ‘Dreams That Money Can Buy', shot for just $25,000, went on to win the Venice Film Festival Award for the best original contribution to the progres find out more...

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"Thief, if you don't want to die, kill your money !" find out more...

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A strange little tale about porn cable TV stations, sado-masochism, deteriorating reality configurations and a plot to take-over the world through the new electronic reality. Marshall McCluhan meets The Evil Dead. Now re-released containing footage that was originally cut by the censor. find out more...