Our weekly look at what’s weird in theaters, on hot-off-the-presses DVDs and Blu-rays (and hot off the server VODs), and on more distant horizons…

Trailers of new release movies are generally available at the official site links.


Cam (2018): Read Giles Edwards’ mini-review and hear the interview. A webcam girl finds out that her channel has been taken over by a mysterious doppelganger (are there unmysterious doppelgangers?) There are a very few theatrical screenings in the coming weeks, but mostly this will be seen on Netflix, where it debuts simultaneously. Cam on Netflix.


Solve et Coagula (est. 2019): A Belgian-Australian “sequel,” of sorts, to the myth of Orpheus, from self-described “esoteric artist” Orryelle Defenestrate-Bascule. The original pitch is below, and an update (with nudity!) can be found at the Kickstarter link. As of this writing they’ve raised over $500 of a requested $2,500, with two more weeks to go by the time you read this.


Detective Dee: the Four Heavenly Kings (2018): The venerable detective defends against accusations from the Empress while trying to solve a supernatural murder spree. While we missed the second installment of ‘s near-weird fantasy mystery trilogy, at least one blogger thinks it boasts the “strangest and most delightfully batshit insane material that this series may ever see.” On DVD, Blu-ray and VOD. Buy Detective Dee: The Four Heavenly Kings.

The Last Movie (1971): An actor stays behind on a Western set in Peru after the production has been canceled, then enacts a movie with the natives who think they are performing a magical ritual. This grand 60s psychedelic folly helped change the perception of Easy Rider‘s from wunderkind to persona non grata; it’s now restored and ready for reappraisal. Now out from Arbelos (formerly Cinelicious) on DVD or Blu-ray. Buy The Last Movie.

Take It out in Trade (1970): A private investigator searches for a missing girl in a house of ill repute. ‘s semi-legendary last film, a softcore porn comedy (he appears in drag, naturally), was long-believed lost, but a print was discovered and restored by American Film Genre Archives and is now available in a DVD/Blu-ray combo. Buy Take It out in Trade.

The Wizard of Gore (1970): Read our review. Montag the Magician carves up female volunteers in what is arguably the weirdest of ‘ gore films. Now out in an Arrow Video Special Edition Blu-ray with the usual raft of special features. Buy The Wizard of Gore.


The Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975). We won’t list all the screenings of this audience-participation classic separately. You can use this page to find a screening near you.


We don’t always give good reviews, and sometimes when we give bad reviews, directors aren’t too happy about it (imagine that). We also seldom (well, never) get on movie posters; certainly not for bad reviews. So imagine our surprise when we popped up in the upper right-hand corner of this one:

God Inside My Ear Poster

Our reviewer didn’t love ‘s movie, but we love his sense of humor. Read the complete review of The God Inside My Ear.

And speaking of plugging ourselves with others’ plugs, 366 also got quoted (in a more favorable context) in this NSFW trailer for the upcoming release of the grindhousey fetish thriller Rondo.


The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie (1972): Read the Certified Weird review! Just try to schedule a viewing of Luis Buñuel‘s parable about bourgeois couples trying to schedule a dinner party and see what happens. Watch The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie  free on

What are you looking forward to? If you have any weird movie leads that I have overlooked, feel free to leave them in the COMMENTS section.

2 thoughts on “WEIRD HORIZON FOR THE WEEK OF 11/16/2018”

    1. There, there, Pete. I can’t even remember having put together the two words attributed to me in the “Rondo” trailer (accurate though they may be).

      Soon all the major players will be knocking on 366’s door for some credible hype (or derision).

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