>ITT: your favorite obscure movie
mine is The Men Who Stare at Goats
i don't think anybody else knows about romeo Is bleeding
>"none of these movies are obscure"
this wasn't really a great film but still enjoyed it a little
I don't think I know anyone who has seen this. I love it though.
Numb. It gets a lot of shit because people think it's pretentious or just plain bad. But I like Matthew Perry and was going through something very similar when I first saw it, so I immediately ell in love with it.
Your opinion is bad, and you should feel bad for having it.
not really obscure
more of a cult classic
but I'm usually surprised
how many people never saw it
pic related obscure 80's comedy, lot's of inappropriate and slapstick humor
>It's such a beautiful day
By Don Hertzfeldt, this is a fucking master piece. Great view into the mind of an ill person.
>ITT: /b/tards posting their favorite weird movies while ignoring all other posts
an even better short film with an even better view into the mind of an ill person
Great taste anon, wish there were more good PKD adaptations being made.
7/10 it has a lot of drawn out scenes, where the focus is entirely on the planet and environment. Fun though do not watch with Adhd roommate.
How's this for obscure.
Possibly the most underrated motion-picture of all time.
same director, don't have the heart to see it a third time though
This is a must-see.
I was so stoked when it came out on doovde.
I saw this movie in theatres in Plainfield,IN. The middle of the fucking shit tier Midwest. I bought my ticket with US currency and laughed at Hollywood A listers, George Clooney and Ewan Macgregor. Please explain how this movie is obscure
The popcorn you're eating has been pissed in. Film at 11.
Not really obscure, but it should have gotten more attention.
Anyone like this?
And speaking of photography movies: one-hour photo
ugh are you srs?
If you're gonna go obscure, go OBSCURE.
This movie is fucking awesome.
The civil war on drugs
I rememver those.
...and the Faces of Death, and Traces of Death movies.
I remember getting some "I survived Faces of Death" certificate way back in the day from sitting through the whole thing in theater.
How's this for obscure you critical mother fuckers?
(don't even think about watching the John Carpenter remake, it's an embarrassment like some kind of high school presentation)
Wasn't that movie about a doctor? He did a presentation at one point but someone had edited his movie to a recording of a hooker sucking his dick. Was it even called Faust 4.0, I thought the docs name was Faust
Here's a good one that no one here except me has ever seen.
The Big Lebowski (dude's rug man)
and 2001 Space Oddity
Though this is pretty out there too.
A Slight Case of Murder. Great TV movie from 1999. Does for film noir what Scream did for horror. Breaks the fourth wall constantly, Deadpool-style. One of WIlliam H. Macy's best.
So i married an ax murderer
>(comedy with mike myers)
Pool hall junkies
>(movie about pool hustling)
>(weird horrorish about a cereal killer kinda who ends up owning the world sorta)
Anyone interested in a French musical about a hot girl banging a bunch of dudes?
When it might be necessary to put your relationship on hiatus for a while.
Also check mein dubbels.
Frankly I'm astonished more /b/tards don't worship this one.
Your significant other COULD be fucking a tentacle monster when you're not around.
Want a really badass movie?
Fucking see Sweet Smell of Success.
John Carpenter's greatest film was his first.
The Cook, the Thief, his wife, and her lover
Bad Boy Bubby
There will be blood
Beyond the Black Rainbow
A Field in England
Probably Alexander Mackendrick's best movie, along with Mandy.
Sherlock Holmes movie where the twist is, Sherlock is actually an alcoholic idiot actor that Watson secretly hired after the stories got popular.
Funny as hell.
This is the ultimate film for autists. And it actually happens to be very good.
Timecrimes. It has a little of everything. Comedy, suspense, tits, time travel. If you haven't seen it just watch it, but don't look up the story online. Most places ruin the twist.
Is Magnolia obscure enough? Who cares it was great.
Hal Hartley is one hell of an underrated filmmaker if you ask me.
It's a period piece, so I think it's aged just fine.
The fact that the DVD is pan & scan is the biggest problem, if that's how you watch it. A shitty transfer like that can make a movie feel aged.
Most people think Food Fight is the best worst animated movie but given what I know of FF without seeing all of it I think Life's a Jungle is much funnier with how bad it is.
He's very challenging, personally. I love Henry Fool, but his other films really try me. BUT, I prefer that versus watching a film where I know what's going to happen every step of the way.
Also, it's in spanish but there is an english dubbed version too. I'd recommend the spanish version if you don't mind reading subs, but the dubbed version is okay too if you don't mind the slightly humorous voice overs.
I knew there had to be a catch.
Cleopatra's Second Husband
Fucked up shit.
The poisonous fish will kill you faster than a bullet. Some are very large, others are very small. They are found in the Atlantic and the Pacific.
Creepy submarine ghost story.
Was almost the movie Darren Aronofsky made instead of Requiem for a Dream.
wow horrible. jodorowsky is just a dandy without substance, pseudointellectual par excellence. you are stupid and insecure and you probably heard from your college stoner friends this shit is deep or sth. artsy fartsy films can be excellent, but nothing by jodorowsky is even watchable. worse than begotten and pifg fucking movie put together. watch something by raul ruiz or peter greenaway, not nearly as hoity toity but proper arthouse
Unfortunately you are discrediting a great film with your pretentiousness. Seconds rules.
An incest story about a twin who bangs his sister when they were teens.
A really good drama as movie is told in flashbacks as the guy now comes back to his parent's house all grown up and stuff is revealed about what happened to her.
I favor Jodorowsky because he reinforces the idea that anything is possible in movies. Whether of not you like him personally is missing the point.
The best obscure movie I have ever seen is Wind Across the Everglades directed by Nicholas Ray.
I like the environmentalist shit before people became aware of the ripple effect of killing off animals.
Just watched this last night, I'd never heard of it. It's actually really good.
It's on Netflix and I wrote it off as trash, I should give a chance then?
Quite possibly the best film about space ever made. Everything about it is amazing. The score for the film is particularly beautiful.
I watched that in the film class where we studied all of his works. I Highly recommend all of his movies.
At first it seemed like a chore to sit through the movies, by the end of the semester I felt shitty that I had seen all of his shit.
If you can either understand German or are willing to read subtitles, it's worth a watch. The ending was weak IMHO, but the rest was really good.
Also, the goth secretary was a 10/10.
Interesting premise that is told well, and great acting. Currently on Amazon Prime if you have it.
Ah, I wasn't around when it came out and I'd never heard of it, so I'd assumed it was fairly obscure. I never saw the Tim Allen movie, but most Tim Allen movies were meh at best.
Given that you frequent this site that should be right up your alley.