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'Movies Like The Butterfly Effect': Seriously Trippy Time-Travels

Time travel: see some cool dinosaurs, noogie Albert Einstein, kick Hitler in the balls, all good stuff; well, not so much in these seriously trippy sci-fi tales, in which the present starts looking real good.

'Movies Like Black Swan': Lynchian Horrorshows

In a pinch because you've seen everything by David Lynch? These disturbing films take their artistic direction from Lynch, without any official association.

'Movies like Donnie Darko': Sci-Fi Gets Experimental

Sci-fi is already the most "out there" genre, so what happens when experimental directors take its themes and run with them? Check out this collection of the very best boundary pushing science-fiction films and find out for yourself. Just don't say we didn't warn you!

'Movies Like Inception': Mysterious Sci-Fi Tales

Movies in the vein of 'Limitless': contemporary mystery films made especially labyrinthine by the introduction of space-age tech, extraterrestrial interlopers, and time travel.

'Movies Like Hugo': Unlikely Lives Lived

In the vein of 'Hugo', 'Big Fish', and 'Forrest Gump': movies with a tall-tale feel, depicting the bizarre, eventful, and even epic lives of their unlikely protagonists.

'Movies Like Interstellar': Modern Sci-Fi Soul Searchers

Movies in the vein of Interstellar: These cerebral sci-fi masterpieces are guaranteed to get you thinking about time, space, destiny, free-will, and pretty much every other insoluble existential mystery. The thinking man's blockbusters!

'Movies Like Fight Club': Modern Dark Psychological Thriller Movies

A disturbing collection of contemporary thrillers, featuring some of the most harrowing performances of all time from actors like Christian Bale in 'The Machinist', Brad Pitt in 'Fight Club' and Jake Gyllenhaal in 'Zodiac'. Yoga for your mind!

'Movies like Se7en': Modern Psychological Horror

A list crowned by recent Australian masterpiece, 'The Babadook' - which, for our money, is the best film of its ilk released in recent years. For those not in the know, psychological horror relies less on blood and guts and more on brains: playing on the audience's unconscious fears, toying with the uncanny, and making strategic use of silence.

'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!

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