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Profoundly Odd Existential Comedies

In the vein of 'Being John Malkovich': these existential mind-boggling comedies will leave you in slightly confused hysterics, as you question life, reality, and your own sanity. Make sure to check out Terry Gilliam's 1985 classic 'Brazil' for a particularly silly treat!

'Movies like American Beauty': Downright Nihilistic Comedies

These comedy flicks step beyond the boundaries of dark humor and into the realm of downright nihilism. Keep an eye out for boundary pushing work of Todd Solondz, as well as Tim Heidecker's debut film 'The Comedy'.

The Cinematic Creation of Hipsterdom

The word 'Hipster' gets thrown around a lot, but what exactly are hipsters, and where did they come from? We've done our part in solving this mystery by compiling a list of films which define the cinematic hipster experience. And just for the record - none of us have handlebar mustaches.

'I Still Don't Get It': Best Mindfucks Ever

For many, the first movie that springs to mind is 'Fight Club', but other great mindfucks in this collection include 'Shutter Island', 'Donnie Darko', and - going back - 'El Topo'. Enjoy the 10 minutes of headscratching after the credits roll!

Spike Jonze Movies

Wait, so the same guy who directed 'Being John Malkovich' also produced the 'Jackass' movies? We're not sure what to say about this chap other than he's very versatile. Very, very versatile.

John Malkovich Movies

He's a little bit creepy, sure, but then films like 'Ripley's Game' would hardly work if he weren't. Oh, and if you're curious what the inside of his head looks like (who wouldn't be), then check out 1999 cult-comedy 'Being John Malkovich'.

Best Offbeat Comedies

These comedies are not to be trusted with a tambourine, from 'Napoleon Dynamite' to 'Being John Malkovich', enjoy this selection of our favourite truly odd comedies.

Best Indie Comedies

Feeling "Dazed and Confused" about the fact that we don’t actually have “500 Days of Summer”? Let Ellen Page and Michael Cera turn that frown upside down.

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