Here’s what we’ve got lined up next week: we’ll report on the British hit-man psychothriller Kill List (2011); investigate 1985’s Dreamchild, which explores the ambiguous real-life relationship between “Alice in Wonderland” scribe Lewis Carroll and his prepubescent muse Alice Liddell; and, bowing to public pressure, we grant David Cronenberg‘s disturbing gynecological fable Dead Ringers its rightful place on the List of the 366 Best Weird Movies ever made. We’ll even throw in a top 10 weird movies list from underground filmmaking team Daniel Fawcett and Clara Pais; something for everyone!
We start off our survey of this week’s weirdest search terms used to locate this site with one that really isn’t all that strange, but is nonetheless newsworthy: “if you dont appreciate wierd movies, i dont like you.” Moving on to weirder stuff, we noticed “nipping out brides.” That’s a bit weird, sure, but the next search term weirded us out a little because it made us feel like we’d come in on the middle of someone’s dirty chat conversation: “a angel is in the bathroom. that babe watches herself in the mirror..” Still, among this week’s crazy queries nothing beats the winner of our Weirdest Search Term of the Week, “flaying love white doll sex.” The icing on the cake? Google helpfully suggests the searcher may have meant to look for “flying love white doll sex.” Sure, that makes a lot more… wait, what?
Here’s how the ridiculously-long-and-ever-growing reader-suggested review queue stands: The Hour-glass Sanatorium [Saanatorium pod klepsidra] (out of print in Region 1, but we’ll keep looking); Liquid Sky (re-review); “Twin Peaks” (TV series); Society; Little Otik; Final Programme; Continue reading WHAT’S IN THE PIPELINE