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Best Confronting/Controversial Movies....

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Dancer in the Dark (starring Bjork).

 

Wasn't keen on seeing a "musical", but by the end, oh my God, I reckon I sat there for an hour afterwards in the dark.

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Caligula

El Topo

The War Game

If

Donnie Darko

+1 for Salo mentioned by another Poster

 

Willco

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Blue Velvet. David Lynch is nasty..

Wolf Creek

Reservoir Dogs

Clockwork Orange

 

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7 minutes ago, crisis said:

Blue Velvet. David Lynch is nasty..

Wolf Creek

Reservoir Dogs

Clockwork Orange

 

A mate of mine used to work in a smoking paraphernalia shop in Adelaide years ago. One morning in walks David Lynch who proceeded over to the T shirt rack. After a few minutes he fronted the counter with a shirt depicting a dingo standing outside a creche cleaning his teeth with a toothpick. The caption underneath read "Tasty little critters but a bugger to peel".

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7 minutes ago, mrbuzzardstubble said:

A mate of mine used to work in a smoking paraphernalia shop in Adelaide years ago. One morning in walks David Lynch who proceeded over to the T shirt rack. After a few minutes he fronted the counter with a shirt depicting a dingo standing outside a creche cleaning his teeth with a toothpick. The caption underneath read "Tasty little critters but a bugger to peel".

I've often said that the likes of him, Richard Laymond, Dean Koontz and to an extent Stephen King would make great psycho killers. That said I really enjoy confronting movies that are downright nasty. Those that go where I wouldn't have predicted or feel comfortable with. Perhaps there's something wrong with me..

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1 hour ago, crisis said:

I've often said that the likes of him, Richard Laymond, Dean Koontz and to an extent Stephen King would make great psycho killers. That said I really enjoy confronting movies that are downright nasty. Those that go where I wouldn't have predicted or feel comfortable with. Perhaps there's something wrong with me..

Nah it's human nature. Expands the mind. Makes you feel good in the end cause you realize you're normal haha. Stephen King is awesome.

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