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'Movies Like Enter the Void': American Arthouse Movies

Alongside the regular Hollywood blockbuster production line runs a rich vein of progressive arthouse filmmaking, spawning such boundary pushing films stretching from existential horror classic 'Eraserhead' to modern sci-fi gem 'Melancholia'.

'Movies Like A Serbian Film': Just Plain F-cked Up Movies

While some might call them 'visionary', 'challenging', or 'haunting', and may even be right, the vast majority of people would simply identify them as 'f-cked up'. Don't believe us? Watch 'A Serbian Film'.

'What's French for 'I Just Shit Myself?'': Art-House Horror

Only the most experimental and intelligent make it on to this eclectic collection of art-house horror films, which expand and subvert the traditional iconography of the genre and give whole new definitions to fear. Make sure to give 'Begotten' a watch for something truly terrifying!

'Movies Like Brazil': Dystopias to Make Kafka Proud

Gilliam, Lynch, and Cronenburg collide in this list of dystopian nightmares that lean on Kafka's aesthetic; difficult to sum it up without resorting to the circular adjective 'Kafkaesque', but you'll know it when you see it!

'Expect the Inexplicable': Late 20th Century Surrealism

Surrealist movies from the latter half of the 20th century. Includes such hallucinatory masterpieces as 'Simon of the Desert', 'The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie', and, of course, David Lynch's 'Eraserhead'. Expect the inexplicable!

David Lynch Movies

In turn hallucinatory, erotically charged, and terrifying, nobody can match modern surrealist maestro David Lynch for sheer visual creativity.

'Camus' Favorite List': Absurdist Cinema

Albert Camus once said, 'The absurd is the essential concept and the first truth.' Whether you lean towards such nihilistic sentiments, or are simply high and want to watch some 'seriously weird shit', this collection of absurd films is sure to satisfy.

'Movies Like The Thing': Classic Body Horror

For those unfamiliar with the genre, body horror relies on the simultaneous appeal and repulsion of observing the human body in a state of mutation or decay. Man sized flies, decapitated bodies carrying their own heads, VCR-compatible stomachs: all great watches before dinner!

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