Only 4 more movies to Certify Weird! You may attempt to guess the remaining titles in the comments if you wish.
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We’ll start off next week in a holiday mood as Alfred Eaker waxes nostalgic about “The Grinch Who Stole Christmas” (the real one, not the one in theaters). Next up Giles Edwards catches us up on the hallucinogen-fueled Argentinian horror Luciferina (2018). Then, it’s G. Smalley giving you the scoop on the “surreal drama” Mountain Rest 1)An earlier version of this post incorrectly reported we’d be covering the re-release of , then revisiting ‘s career-wrecking The Last Movie (1971); look for that the following week instead.Monty Python’s The Meaning of Life (1983) so he can spend one more Christmas in heaven.
Not-so-heavenly is our weekly survey of weird search terms that brought users to the site this week. Among the best we saw was “bestiality twin,” which should give you a hint how normal the searches were this week. We are even forced to highlight “foriegnmoviegettingtidofaliens” as one of the strangest searches we saw; it’s never a good sign when you’re relying on broken space bars to create your weird searches. In a very ordinary week, we’ll go with “365 movies in dubbed movies” as the weirdest search term we saw. The searcher was probably looking for dubbed Indian movies, but the phraseology implies they’re searching for 365 different movies somehow embedded inside dubbed movies, which is a head-spinning concept indeed.
And finally, it’s time for our weekly cut n’ paste disclaimer regarding the reader-suggested review queue below: since we will definitely not be getting to all of these (although we will pick out the occasional title), you can consider this a list of “honorable mentions” for your own perusal and amusement. That out of the way, here’s how the ridiculously-long reader-suggested review queue now stands: The Last Movie (next week!); Genius Party; The Idiots; “Premium” (depending on availability); Spermula; Killer Condom; Sir Henry Continue reading WHAT’S IN THE PIPELINE
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