Suggest a Weird Movie!

Please do not ask “what was that movie?” questions on this page. We set up an entire site here to answer those questions. This page is for suggesting movies to be reviewed.

Know a weird movie? Something strange that glued you to the screen with awe, amazement or reverence, while your more mundane minded friends left the room (or theater) in boredom, confusion or disgust? A movie whose omission from a list of the 366 weirdest movies of all time would offend you on a personal level? Something even I haven’t heard of or considered? There are potentially thousands of forgotten films, critically dismissed films, foreign or independent films that never got a proper release, or misplaced oddities hiding out there that may deserve a place at the table. One man can’t be expected to track them all down. Here is the place to mention those treasured curios that no one else seems to have even heard of. Nominate a movie in the suggestion box and I’ll move it up on my review queue, or at the very least, explain why I’m not going to review it.

NOTICE: The “Suggest of Weird Movie!” feature has become a victim of its own success.  At the time of this update, we have about 250 reader suggestions (!) in queue. (More than that since I last updated the page)! Since we can only do 1 or maybe 2 reviews a week, be aware there may be a huge delay—currently, possibly over a year!—between the time you make a suggestion and the point at which it’s actually reviewed.  I considered shutting down the suggestion box as of 2011, but I decided to let you keep your suggestions coming (if nothing else, it tells us what types of movies readers are interested in seeing reviews of). Just be aware that when you make a suggestion, it may not receive the promptest of attention. The best you can really hope for at this point is to bring something to our attention that we might have overlooked. (Also note that although we prioritize the earliest nominations later suggestions may get reviewed before earlier ones if they receive a re-release on DVD or Blu-ray, or interest us for our own inscrutable reasons).

If you can’t wait for one of our staff to review your movie, why not review it yourself and submit it to us via the contact form?  We can’t swear we’ll publish every submission we receive, but we want reader participation and we are fairly liberal.

All serious suggestions will receive a response, as well as all most non-serious ones.

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  1. Here’s the review queue of reader suggestions that have yet to be reviewed, in alphabetical order. You can always see this list ordered according to (very rough) intended order of publication in the weekly “What’s in the Pipeline” column (published on Sundays). Of course, at this point the list is so long that it is likely we will have to leave the task of reviewing the items at the end of the list to our children, but whatever.

    Also, at the time of this writing the List will soon be completed, meaning that most of these suggestions will sadly never be reviewed or considered. You may consider them all as reader-suggested honorable mentions.

    1Day; The 4th Man; 8 1/2 Women; 9 Doigts [9 Fingers]; The 10th Victim; Aaaaah!; Aachi & Ssipak; Adam’s Apples; The Adolescence of Utena; The Adventures of Picasso; “Afraid So” from “The Films of Jay Rosenblatt, Vol. 2″; The Aimed School; “Alicia” (1994); Alien Alibi; Allegro; Alphaville; Alucarda; “Am I Normal? A Film About Male Puberty”; Amanece, que no es poco; “Analog”; Anatomy of Hell; Andy Warhol’s Bad; L’Ange; Angel in the Flesh: The Confidential Report on Mr. Dennis Duggan AKA The King of Super 8 (if it’s ever released); Anna and the Wolves; The Annunciation; La antena; The Appointment (1981); Arrebato; Artemis 81; Ascension; As Filhas do Fogo; The Assignment: The Witches Talisman; Avida; Bad Lieutenant; Battle in Heaven; Beg! (1994); The Beguiled; Berberian Sound Studio; Bernie (1996) (depending on availability); Bhoner; Bibliotheque Pascal; Big Man Japan (official review); Big Meat Eater; Big River Man; Big Time; “The Big Shave”; Birdy; Birth of the Overfiend; Black Mama; Bliss; Blood Beat; Blood, Bullets, Buffoons; Blood for Dracula; Blood-Spattered Bride; “Bobby Yeah”; Body Troopers; Bone; Born of Fire; BoXed; Boxing Helena; Bread and Circus; Brick; Brothers of the Head; Bruce Lee vs. Gay Power; Bubble Bath; Buddy Boy (1999); Buffet Froid; La Cabina [AKA The Telephone Box]; The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari; Calimari Union; Calamari Wrestler; The Calistra Zipper Story; Can Heironymus Merkin Ever Forget Mercy Humppe and Find True Happiness?; Cannibal Women in the Avocado Jungle of Death; The Cannibals (1988); Carnival Magic; Casshern; Cast a Deadly Spell; The Cat in the Hat; Cat Sick Blues; Celestial Wives of Meadow Mari; Celine and Julie Go Boating; The Cement Garden; Chappaqua; Charly: Dias de Sangre; Cheap Smokes; Che strano chiamarsi Federico [How Strange to Be Named Federico]; Christ the Movie; La cicatrice intérieure; Citizen Dog; City of Pirates; The Color out of Space (2010); Combat Shock; Coming Apart; The Complaint of an Empress; Confessions; Confessions of a Dangerous Mind; Cool Cat Saves the Kids; Cool World; Coonskin; Cosmos; Crank: High Voltage; Crash (Cronenberg); La Cravate; Creating Rem Lezar; Creatures of Destiny; Criminal Lovers; Dance With The Devil; Dancer in the Dark; Dandy Dust; Dante 01; Dante’s Inferno (2007); The Dark Side of the Heart; Dark Star; Darktown Strutters; Daymaker; Day of the Wacko; Dead Billy; Deafula; Death Powder (1986); Decasia (second review); Decoder; Deep Dark; Detention; The Devils; The Devil’s Chair; Devil’s Rain; Diamond Flash; Die Fighting; La Distancia; A Dog Called Pain; The Dog’s Night Song; Dolls (2002); Dream-Quest of Unknown Kadath; Dreams That Money Can Buy; The Drifting Classroom; Dr. Otto and the Riddle of the Gloom Beam; Drunken Wu Tang [AKA Taoism Drunkard]; Dumplings; The Earl Sessions; Earth Girls Are Easy; Earth Minus Zero; Eating Raoul; Edward II; Eika Katappa; Einstein’s Brain [AKA Relics: Einstein’s Brain]; Electric Dragon 80,000 V; Electric Dreams; The Element of Crime; Emperor Tomato Ketchup; Encounters at the End of the World; Endgame (2000); The End of August at the Hotel Ozone; The End of Evangelion; End of the Road; Entr’Acte (1924); Essex Spacebin; The Eternity Man; Even Hitler Had a Girlfriend; Excision; Executive Koala; The Fabulous Baron Munchausen; “Factory Witch”; Fateful Findings; Fatty Drives the Bus; Faust: Love of the Damned; Fear X; Feherlofia; Felix the Cat: The Movie; Fellini’s Cassanova; Fiend (1980); Fiend Without a Face; The Fifth Season; Finisterrae; First on the Moon; Fish Story; Flaming Creatures; Flaming Nipples; “The Flood”; Flying Saucers Over Istanbul; “Flowers and Bottoms”; Following; The Fool and the Flying Ship; Four Rooms; Frankehooker; Frankenstein Meets the Space Monster; Freeway; Frequencies [AKA XVO: The Manual]; From Morn to Midnight; Frontier; Funny Bones; Future War; Galaxy of Terror; Galaxy Turnpike ; Gandu; Genius Party; George Washington; Gerry; “Ghosts Before Breakfast”; The Giant Claw; The Glamorous Life of Sachiko Hanai; “God Hates Cartoons”; Godzilla vs Hedorah; The Golem (1915); Golem (1980) (depending on availability); Goodbye 20th Century; Gorod Zero; Gory Gory Hallelujah; Gothic & Lolita Psycho; Goto: Island of Love; The Great McGonagall; Green Snake; Grimm Love; Gwen le Livre de Sable; Gymkata; Gyo: Tokyo Fish Attack; Haggard; Hail the New Puritan; Hair Extensions; Hands of God (2005, d. Alyson Levy); Hanger; “Hansel and Gretel” (T. Burton, 1983); Hanzo the Razor; Happiness; Happy End (Czech, depending on availability); “Harpya”; Heartbeeps; Heat; Helen Keller vs. Nightwolves; Helter Skelter (2012); “Hen, His Wife” [AKA “His Wife is a Hen”]; Hentai Kamen; Hitler: A Film from Germany; The Hole; Homebodies (1974); “Hospital Brut”; Hotel (2004); House (1986); The Housemaid (1960); ‘Hukkunud Alpinisti’ hotell [Dead Mountaineers Hotel]; Human Animals Human Nature; The Hunger (1983); Hysteria; I Bought a Vampire Motorcycle; Ichi the Killer; The Idiots; I Married a Strange Person; I’m Not There; Impolex; Imprint; “Inauguration Of The Pleasure Dome,” I Never Left the White Room; The Infernal Comedy: Confessions of a Serial Killer; L’Inferno; In Search of the Titanic; Insidious (2010); In the Realm of the Senses; The Intruder (2004) [L’intrus]; It Couldn’t Happen Here ; I Think We’re Alone Now (2008); Izo; Jack and the Beanstalk (1974, Japan); Jacky in the Kingdom of Women; Jawbreaker; Jigoku (1960); Jigoku no Banken: Akai Megane [The Red Spectacles]; Johnny Aquarius; A Journey Into Bliss; Journey Through the Past; Journey to the West [Xi you]; Jubilee; Juliet of the Spirits; Junkie; Kafka; Kamikaze Girls; Kárate a muerte en Torremolinos (depending on availability); The Keep; Killdozer; Killer Nun; Killer Condom; The Killing Room; Kingdom of Crooked Mirrors; King Lear (1987, Godard); Kitchen Stories; Krysar (AKA The Pied Piper of Hamelin); Kultur Shock!; Kung Fu from Beyond the Grave; Kung Fury (2015); Kung Pow; Kuso; Lakki… The Boy Who Could Fly (AKA Lakki… The Boy Who Grew Wings); The Last Days of Planet Earth; Last House on Dead End Street; Last Life in the Universe; The Last of Us; The Last Wave; The Last Winter; The Legend of 1900; The Legend of Kaspar Hauser (2012); Lemora: A Child’s Tale of the Supernatural; LFO; The Lickerish Quartet; Litan; Little Deaths; Little Murders; Little Red Riding Hood and the Monsters; Live Freaky! Die Freaky!; The Living and the Dead; Lo; The Loved One; Love, Honor and Obey; Lucia (2013); Lucky; Mad Detective; Magdalena Viraga; The Magic Toyshop; The Magus; Makkhi; Malatesta’s Carnival of Blood; Ma-Ma; Man Facing Southeast; The Manipulator; The Man Who Wasn’t There; Marebito; Marketa Lazarova; Marutirtha Hinglaj; The Mask (1961); Matador; “Max Headroom” (TV); Mazeppa; Mécanix; Melancholie der Engel; Memento Mori; Memoirs of a Survivor; Mermaid in a Manhole; Messiah of Evil; Le Météore; Metropia; Mickey One; The Midnight After; Midnight Ballad for Ghost Theater; Midori; “The Mighty Boosh” (TV show); The Million Dollar Hotel; The Mirror [Zerkalo]; Moebius (1996); Mom (1986); Monday (depending on availability); Mondo Candido; Mondo Trasho; Monobloc; “The Monster of Nix”; Motel Hell; “Mouse Soup”; Mr. Blot’s Academy; Mr. Magorium’s Wonder Emporium; Mutant Aliens; Myra Breckenridge; The Mysterians; The Mysterious Castle in the Carpathians; Mystery Men; Mystics in Bali; Naboer [Next Door]; Neighbors; Neji-shiki [AKA Screwed]; Never Belongs to Me; Newsboys: Down Under the Big Top; Nick the Feature Film; The Nine Lives of Thomas Katz; Nitwit; Oh Dad, Poor Dad (Momma’s Hung You In the Closet & I’m Feeling So Sad); Om Dar-B-Dar; “One Soldier”; Onibaba; Onirica: Field of Dogs; Only God Forgives; Operation: Endgame; Organ; Orlando; Le Orme [AKA Footprints on the Moon]; The Outskirts; Overdrawn at the Memory Bank; Overturn; Palindromes (re-review); Passages from Finnegans Wake; The Passion of Darkly Noon; Pastoral Hide and Seek; “Penda’s Fen”; Penitentiary III ; Perfect Sense (2011); Perils of Gwendoline; Period Piece; Phase IV; Pig; Pink Narcissus; Pistol Opera; Plague Dogs; The Point; Pola X; Porcile [AKA Pigpen]; “Possibly in Michigan”; Post Tenebras Lux; Poultrygeist; Prayer of the Rollerboys; “Premium” (if it can be found); The President’s Analyst; Príncipe Azul; “Prometheus’ Garden”; A Pure Formality; Quicksilver Highway; The Quiet Earth; A Quiet Place in the Country; “Rabbits”; La Razon de Mi Vida; Recollections of the Yellow House; “Red, White and Zero”; Remainder; Return to Oz (official review); Revolver; Riki-Oh: The Story of Riki; The Ring Finger; River of Fundament; Rock-a-Doodle; Rock n’ Roll High School; Rocks in My Pocket; Roller Blade; Roots of Evil (1979); Rows; The Sailor Who Fell From Grace With the Sea; Sauna; Savages; The Sea That Thinks; Secret Ceremony; Shakespeare’s Plan 12 from Outer Space; Shakes the Clown; Shackled; Shinbone Alley; Shock! Shock! Shock!; Sh! The Octopus; Siesta; The Signal; Silver Heads; Singapore Sling (official re-review); Sir Henry at Rawlinson End; Slaughterhouse Five; The Slit [AKA United Trash]; “Slow Bob in the Lower Dimensions”; Snow White and Russian Red; Something Weird;Sonatine; Space Is the Place (official re-review); Space Jam; Space Thang; Speed Racer; A Spell to Ward off the Darkness; Spermicide; Spermula; Sphere; The Spirit; Spirits of the Air, Gremlins of the Clouds; Spirits of the Dead; Spookies; Spork; “Star Maidens” (TV show); Static; Straight to Hell; Strange Circus; Strangers in Paradise; Subway (1985); Suddenly Last Summer; Suicide Club (re-review); Surviving Life: Theory and Practice; Svidd neger (depending on availability); Symbiopsychotaxiplasm; Takeshis’; Tales of Hoffman; Talking Head; Talk to Her; Tammy and the T-Rex; Tasher Desh; Teknolust; Terror 2000; La Teta y La Luna; That Day; That Deadwood Feeling; Themroc; Theodore Rex; They Came Back; Things; The Thingy: Confessions of a Teenage Placenta; Three… Extremes; Thriller: A Cruel Picture; Throw Away Your Books Rally in the Streets; THX 1138; Tierra; Time Masters; Tokyo Decadence; Tomorrow Night; Totò che visse due volte; Tough Guys Don’t Dance; Tourist Trap (1979); Tout Va Bien; Toys; The Tracey Fragments; Track 29; “Trapped in the Closet”; The Treasure Planet (1982); Tribulation 99; The Tune; Turbo Kid; “Turkish Star Wars” [Dunyayi Kurtaran Adam]; Turn in Your Grave; The Twonky; Uncle Meat; Underwater Love; Until the End of the World; U-Turn; Uzumaki [AKA Spiral] (official re-review); The Vagrant (1992); Vakvagany; Vase de Noces; Vegas in Space; Velvet Goldmine; Vermillion Souls; Versus; Vertige; Vigasiosexploitation; Village of the Damned (1960); The Virgin Psychics; Visions of Suffering; Visitor of a Museum [Posetitel muzeya]; Viva la Murete; ¡Vivan las antípodas!; Walker Wave Twisters; We Are the Strange; Welcome Home Brother Charles; Welcome to the Dollhouse; Welcome to Woop Woop; Whatever Happened to Vileness Fats; Where the Dead Go to Die; White Tiger; Who Can Kill a Child?; The Wild Boys [Les garcons sauavges]; “Wild Palms”; Wild Tigers I Have Known; Wise Blood; Without Warning; The Woman in the Fifth; A Woman’s Face (1940); Womb; The World’s Greatest Sinner; The Wretches Are Still Singing; A Writer of Ghost Stories; Yaji and Kita: The Midnight Pilgrims; You Never Can Tell (1951); Youth Without Youth; Zigeunerweisen.

    1. I didn’t see it in the queue, has Return to Oz (1985) been reviewed for weirdness? There’s a wall of heads, talking trees, the actress that plays Dorthy is somehow ten years younger then her character in the first film, and everyone thinks she’s insane, the nightmare inducing Wheelers, and one of the main characters (the Cowardly Lion) is portrayed by a man in a completely emotionless lion mask. It’s inconceivable, the entire movie is so flipping bizarre and it was made for children by Disney. I love it.

  2. I just became aware of this wonderful film… the first of the ‘Ernest’ movies by Jim Varney, albeit Ernest plays a small role while the entirety of the film is dominated by another Jim Varney character, Dr. Otto Von Schnick-ick-ick-ick. “Dr. Otto and the Riddle of the Gloom Beam” features the mad scientist with a hand atop his head using a beam to devalue the concept of money to end the world while taking on different personas to foil his would-be enemies.

  3. Hi there,

    I’m just stopping by to suggest the films of Joel Potrykus, particularly Buzzard (2014) and his newest Relaxer (2018). Both films were made on shoestring budgets entirely in the great state of Michigan. The former is about a petty con artist who fears he is on the brink of getting caught, so he makes a Freddy Krueger knife-hand out of a Ninetendo Power-Glove and hides out in his friend’s basement, and the latter is a grotesque chamber piece about a guy who resolves to remain on his couch until he reaches the highest level of PacMan, a mission that spirals into bizarre, apocalyptic-survival-horror territory.

    Thanks for your consideration and love the site!

  4. Has anyone brought up The Annunciation (1984) dir. András Jeles yet? It’s a Hungarian movie based on The Tragedy of Man by Imre Madách and it’s entirely played by children.

  5. Drew: check out our extensive Joel Potrykus coverage, including a couple of interviews.

    Edwin: The Annunciation is sitting in our “out-of-print holding pen.” We’re waiting to see if some brave soul will re-release it, as the only copies available are either rare and expensive or poor quality VHS bootlegs. The child nudity seems to be an obstacle to it getting a legit release (and old Hungarian films seem to be poorly preserved in general).

  6. *Corpus Callosum, 2002. Micheal Snow has a lot of fun with his new digital editing tools and a stiff, lo-fi aesthetic, to create weird images in motion in succession. Hypnotic.

    1. OK, so here’s the story. In late 2014 I saw “The One I Love” in theaters and considered covering it, but at that time I had too many other higher priority movies to fit in, so it never got a review. It won’t make the List but it is a weird-ish movie and a pretty good one… but it won’t be seeing a review here.

  7. The film Takeshis’ (2005) by Takeshi Kitano is, arguably, his strangest film and would make for an interesting addition.

  8. Sorry about that, I missed it when I scanned through. However, I scoped that Glory to the Filmmaker! (2007) wasn’t on there. That one’s another oddity from Kitano.

  9. “Serenity” (2019) – not to be confused with the “Firefly” spinoff of the same name. I haven’t seen it, so obviously I can’t recommend it, but it smells like a potential candidate. So far, the reviewers have no idea what the hell to make of it, which is usually a good sign.

  10. Ugh, you guys are really challenging us now. Rock and Roll Frankenstein can be watched at the link reached by clicking on (director) Brian O’Hara’s name (or search on YouTube). Will we review it? Never say never. As for Serenity, we’ll look for it on DVD… but given the 21% positive Rotten Tomatoes rating, can’t say we’re looking forward to it.

  11. “Perfume: The story of a killer” A Guy who can smell anything, even glass and water, becomes obsessed with preserving the smell of women who seem to have a divine scent that he wants to capture forever. He then goes on a journey to learn how to make perfume out of his murder victims. Super weird, I love it.

  12. just found this site . im a cinephile and enjoyed seeing this list compiled… i very much enjoyed Sorry to Bother You . i just saw that based on the 2018 weird list


    this film is about 100 times more interesting than it has any right to be. i feel like there must be a story behind the scenes. mostly it is amateurish and childish, while some of it is incredibly surreal and even subtle. some of its humor comes from self-reflexiveness. but the awareness itself manifests in total contempt for the horror genre, the very concept of satire, and then finally the audience itself.

    interesting facts:

    –the co-director took his name off the film, and replaced his producer credit with “allan smithee”.
    –one of the peripheral characters is a lanky double-jointed comedian nicknamed “the stick”
    –richard belzer, of SVU fame, is the voice of “the breather”
    –it is the first slasher comedy, predating “scream” by 15 years
    –the killer uses things like paperclips and blackboard erasers to kill the girls, but only kills the boys by suffocating them in plastic bags
    –in a particularly ugly scene, an african exchange student is left in a bag to test its effectiveness, and then forgotten
    –about 20-some minutes into the movie, it displays the “rated-R” badge after an announcer comes on to say “fuck you” to the audience in order to achieve the rating
    –there is no nudity nor graphic violence in the film, though the title “student bodies” would suggest it
    –of course the whole film is a dream and when the main character wakes up, all the secondary characters are completely different from what they were in the main arc, but then there is still a surprise waiting at the end– an actual jump-scare in the style of “carrie”!
    –oh, also the star of the movie, kristin riter, was famously mistaken for martha quinn in the music video “centerfold” by j. geils band

    there’s a dog that meows, a random scene where the principal dances around wearing a suit backwards, somehow chewing gum always gets stuck to boots, rubber chicken voice modulation, horsehead bookend fetishes… this movie will not disappoint you!

    1. I’ll put Onward to Calgary in the queue, but I’m going to stop taking suggestions from email or 3rd parties after this. Not a slam against you by any means, Val, but I just think this thing is unwieldy enough already, and more barriers are warranted. If people want their movie listed they should at least visit and comment themselves.

  14. Electrick Children is a 2012 American independent film written and directed by Rebecca Thomas and starring Julia Garner, Rory Culkin, and Liam Aiken. Garner plays Rachel, a 15-year-old girl from a fundamentalist Mormon community in Utah. After learning that she is pregnant, she believes she has conceived miraculously through listening to a song on a cassette tape.
    In writing the script, Thomas drew inspiration from the story of the Virgin Mary, her research on fundamentalist Mormon communities, and her own upbringing. the Trailer

  15. “The Ballad of Buster Scruggs” may not be the weirdest western I’ve ever seen (it’s not even the weirdest musical western I’ve ever seen) but it surely deserves mention.

    1. Careful: an anthology Western film written & directed by the Coen brothers (with a segment featuring Tom Waits) sounds Exactly like something that would bring Eaker out of the woodwork.

  16. How about A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Contemplating Existence, the third part of Roy Andersen’s trilogy., Todd Solonz’ Palindromes, Derek Jarman’s Jubilee, Wes Anderson’s Isle of Dogs, Embrace the Serpent, Slack Bay.

    One of the most recent films I saw was Border which reminded me of the Russian film Zoology, which I can also recommend for your list

  17. A little late getting back to Mike B, but I can provisionally include Buster Scruggs. It’s on Netflix so it’s not hard to access.

    Welcome zanygang! If you use the search feature or go to this page ( you’ll see that we’ve already reviewed most of the movies you suggest. Others, like Jubilee, are in the pending review queue at the top of the page. We decided to pass on reviewing Isle of Dogs, although I can see why people think it would be a good one for us. I will go ahead and add Napoleon Dynamite to the queue, however, as you’re not the first person to suggest it.

    1. Do you have any Wes Anderson films on your list?

      Also how about Where the Wild Things Are? If it wasn’t based on a children’s book I would have said it wasn’t a children’s film at all.

      And I can also suggest Inside Out, the strangest Pixar feature, and La Luna and Bao, the strangest Pixar shorts.

      And how could you not have included Tale of Tales? And for that matter why no Wizard of Oz?

    2. You haven’t figured out how to use the search feature yet. 😉 Use the little green magnifying glass at the top menu bar, or the dark blue bar labeled “search” if you’re on mobile.

      We reviewed a couple of Anderson films, but none made the final 366. Tale of Tales and Wizard of Oz both have reviews here.

  18. Roar! seems like a natural for this list — not only for its bizarre scenes, but also because of its fraught production…. really one of the weirdest things I’ve ever seen.

  19. I am shocked that I cannot find Irreversible by Gaspar Noe here. Please tell me it’s on the list to be considered… I have been a fan of bizarre and offbeat film for twenty years and almost every one I can name is on your list except Irreversible, which haunts this jaded old cult movie buff to this very day. It defies description, it has ended both romantic and platonic personal relationships of mine when I have screened it for others. I dare say it is at the top of my list of all time favorite weird movies and I have seen multitudes of strange films. The fact that it is not even mentioned is sacrelige.

    1. I think a few readers mentioned Irreversible in this suggestion box sometimes, but I always passed it over for something weirder. It seems more realistic-but-extreme than weird to me, but it does have an experimental angle. I’ll add it to the queue for you, though.

  20. Janos: I agree that The Gateway looks very strange. We’ll have to keep an eye out for it; I haven’t seen it listed anywhere except that one Estonian film festival.

    Jim: I would have thought Apartment Zero was already in the queue, but I don’t see it. Will add it next update.

  21. The Item (1999), starring, written and directed by Dan Clark –

    Action comedy sci-fi thriller about four felons who unleash a telepathic worm-like creature. Boxoffice Magazine Movie and Film Reviews called it “a blood-drenched Tarantino-type caper crossed with Alien”.

  22. What’s the name of the movie about a man who picks up women so his wife’s soul can possess their body and he has sex with them.

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