What are some really great obscure movies to watch?

Question by ♥Love and Life♥: What are some really great obscure movies to watch?
I am in a movie watching mood.
I love anything from “80’s” movies, to modern comedies, and those movies that are really strange and out there.
The only movies I don’t really like are gore, western-style films, and chick flicks.
Some movies I have really enjoyed are V for Vendetta and 500 Days of Summer for reference.
I have actually seen clockwork orange! (x And yes, it is not your average movie.

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Answer by Mr. Hewes
Ferris Buellars day off
Bridesmaids
The Dark knight trilogy
skyfall
pirates of the carribean
the breakfast club

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  • Jay Randell July 12, 2013, 10:47 pm

    A clockwork Orange.

    No doubt you will like it. Not your average film right here; very entertaining.

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  • Cody Rapp July 12, 2013, 11:00 pm

    Fear and Loathing in Las Vagas
    Bad Taste
    The Twilight Zone Movie
    A Clockwork Orange
    Cannibal
    Freaks
    Aftermath
    NekroMantik
    The Ward
    Watchmen
    Sucker Punch
    Fight Club
    They Live
    Lakehouse
    Stay Tuned
    Funny Games [2007]
    The Butterfly Effect
    Looper
    Tron
    Army of Darkness
    Hot Tub Time Machine
    Brainscan
    Drop Dead Fred
    Heavy Metal
    Ghoulies 1 & 2
    Reefer Madness
    The Reaping

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  • Avid Film Freak July 12, 2013, 11:27 pm

    Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels
    Lucky Number Slevin
    The Mighty
    A Fish Called Wanda
    Hot Fuzz

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  • sumanum33 July 12, 2013, 11:33 pm

    Comedies in English:
    American Vampire
    Brain Dead (1989)
    Brittania Hospital
    Cannibal Women in the Avocado Jungle of Death
    Cemetary Man
    Dark Star
    Eating Raul
    How to Get Ahead in Advertising
    Metropolitan
    Roger Dodger
    Strange Brew
    Stranger Than Paradise
    The Bed Sitting Room
    The Cars that Ate Paris
    The Monkees: Head
    The Ruling Class
    There Goes the Neighborhood
    Q the Winged Serpent
    Screamers
    Vampire Hunter D: Bloodlust

    As for action, drama, or foreign, I don’t know which ones are obscure.

    Edit: Did you say really strange and out there?
    Eraserhead
    The Monkees: Head
    The Bed Sitting room
    Save the Green Planet (Korean)
    Being John Malkovich (You have probably already seen it)
    Brain Dead (1989)
    Brittania Hospital
    Kung Fu Zombie (Hong Kong)
    Liquid Sky
    Strange Brew
    The 10th Victim (Italy)
    The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension
    The Discrete Charm of the Bourgeoisie (France)
    The Ruling Class
    Howl’s Moving Castle
    District 9
    Death Note (Japan)
    Paprika
    Q the Winged Serpent

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  • ~~Birdy~~ July 13, 2013, 12:27 am

    a lot of Jeff Bridges’ movies are like that – obscure ..he chooses interesting roles. Here’s a couple

    The Fisher King 1991 http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0101889/

    not so well known.. Fearless 1993 http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0106881/

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  • AE101Supreme July 13, 2013, 12:47 am

    Meatballs
    Top Secret!
    Real Genius
    Labyrinth
    Kids
    Rashomon
    The Emperor’s Club
    The Air Up There
    Pootie Tang
    Dogma
    War Games
    Twisted Nerve
    Victory
    Joyeux Noel
    To Live and Die in L.A.
    Streets of Fire
    Do The Right Thing
    History of the World Part I
    Higher Learning
    Willow
    Juice
    Trespass (the one starring Ice Cube)

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  • Maxwell July 13, 2013, 1:15 am

    I love obscure and “out there” films as well and I have got plenty of good ones you will love.

    Waking Life directed by Richard Linklater. It’s about a young man who speaks will all these interesting, intelligent, thoughtful people who expand his views on life and reality in general.

    Fantastic Planet directed by Rene Laloux, is an animated french surreal science fiction film that deals with human beings living on an alien world inhabited by highly advanced, giant, blue-skinned humanoids known as Traags, to whom human beings are literally like insects in comparison. Very thought provoking film about human beings and our true place in the Universe.

    Picnic at Hanging Rock directed by Peter Weir, is weird atmospheric mystery film set in Australia at the turn of the 20th century. It focuses on the bizarre events which transpire after a group of schoolgirls go missing, seemingly compelled by some unknown force, during a visit to the titular Hanging Rock.

    The White Ribbon directed by Michael Haneke, focuses on a small village in Northern Germany prior to the first world war. It is a very mysterious film, shot in black and white, that focuses on unexplained catastrophes and events that seem to be connected to the “innocent” children of the village, who live under the guidance of hypocritical, oppressive, religious, authoritarian adults.

    Little Otik directed by Jan Svankmajer, a Czech surrealist film that follows several peoples reactions to a stump which resembles a human baby that seems to come to life under the care of two childless parents.

    Hope these films helped!

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  • Sky July 13, 2013, 1:48 am

    Diva (1981)
    Promises in the Dark (1979..close enough)
    My Life as a Dog (1985)
    Crimes of Passion (1984..just for the heck of it)

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  • Dredd July 13, 2013, 2:43 am

    If you liked clockwork orange then you should definetly watch Fight Club
    some other awesome movies
    The Dark Knight trilogy
    the usual suspects
    snatch

    A Wednesday ( it’s a bollywood movie but not the typical dancing and singing crap.It’s a really good thriller)….Enjoy:)

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