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No Rest For the Wicked: Films That Push the Limit
List creator: tapeworm
Created on: October 20, 2002 - 7:47 PM PDT
Description: Most of the films I watch are of a somewhat bizarre variety..from cyberpunk to the japanese underground, I try to seek out films that inspire thought, creativity, and perhaps a sense that all is not right.

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Tetsuo: The Iron Man (1989)
Not Rated
  Tsukamoto crafts an incredibly psychotic, nighmarish vision of Japan where man and machine become one. The future of technology?
Audition (1999)
Not Rated
  While slightly Cronenberg-esque, Takeshi Miike manages to lend this film his own unique sense of style, vile imagery, and potential truth.
Perfect Blue (1997)
Not Rated
  The hallucinogenic journey of a pop-star turned actress. Absolutely beautiful work.
The Princess and The Warrior (2000)
  Better than Lola Rennt? Maybe. Tykwer impresses again with this follow-up, once again taking a look coincidence and chance. He keeps things interesting, however, by taking things in a different direction than before.
Stalker (Bonus Disc) (1979)
Not Rated
  Slow-moving at times, as Tarkovski is known for, but nonetheless a very interesting look at a post-apocalyptic Russia.
Killing Zoe (1994)
  Some people seem to think this is a Pulp Fiction knock-off, but it always felt more caustic and fulfilling to me.
Triumph of the Will (1934)
Not Rated
  The film that essentially ruined Leni Riefenstahl. Conservatives beware; This is a documentary officially comissioned by Hitler. Truly frightening and a definite wake up call to those who don't understand the sheer magnitude of the Third Reich.
Dead Ringers (Criterion Collection) (1988)
  Personally, I feel this is Cronenberg's best. Calculating and slow-moving, slowly easing in disturbing elements..infinitely more satisfying than his more directly horrific films.

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