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Posted 10/28/13
I've watched hundreds of movies since I started taking my movie viewing more seriously and I never say no to a film. I do wish sometimes that I would have done some research before watching these movies that have sent chills down my spine

DogTooth
Irreversible
A Siberian Film
Salo
The Exorcism

These films to this day still creep me out.

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Posted 10/29/13
I prefer the more psychological ones as a way of freaking myself out. I'm not a horror film connoisseur or anything but I enjoyed:

A Clockwork Orange
Audition
Seven
Posted 10/29/13
have you seen Visitor Q? that film is crazy.

Irreversible was disturbing. Strange Circus, Angst (1983), Imprint, Man bites Dog, In my Skin...
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Posted 10/29/13

Strahfobiya wrote:

have you seen Visitor Q? that film is crazy.

Irreversible was disturbing. Strange Circus, Angst (1983), Imprint, Man bites Dog, In my Skin...


Aside from Irreversible, I haven't even heard of any of the movies you just mentioned. I have failed as a movie buff!

Are any of these on Netflix? It's been over 3 years since I used to seriously search out unique and little-known films. As with this group and other discussions I've recently had with friends who watch a lot of movies, it makes me want to get back in the fold of things.
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Posted 10/29/13 , edited 10/29/13
I want to watch Man bites dog. I hear good things about that movie. Visitor Q has been on my list on movies to watch but I'm having a hard time finding a copy of it. Not big on buying movies online but if I must, I will.
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Posted 10/30/13
Buy them while you can, well buying them online would at least be the cheapest way. Sadly, the advent of movie streaming seems to have only made physical copies of worthless movies even more ubiquitous. Hard to find movies probably won't be on the agenda for continued production much longer.

Merely my own conjecture though.
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