Mindfuck Movies

3 years ago

HELP !!!
Name as many psychological/mind-fuck movies as you can. I would appreciate it. I need as many as possible.

July 23, 2012 at 9:14 pm
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Profile photo of MattH MattH (22) (@lucidmatt) 3 years ago ago

inception, shutter island, donnie darko, SNYNECDOCHE NEWYORK, fear and loathing in las vegas

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Profile photo of Ben Ben (146) (@cognizantelephant) 3 years ago ago

The Cable Guy is kinda twisted

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Profile photo of Zykanthos Zykanthos (4,727)M (@chodebalm) 3 years ago ago

Source Code, Contact, Limitless, 12 Monkeys, Pi.

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Profile photo of DaJetPlane DaJetPlane (990)M (@lytning91) 3 years ago ago

I’ve never seen it but Clockwork Orange gets a lot of attention for being pretty twisted.

If you have never seen Pi, as was mentioned, man is that one crazy.

Perhaps American Psycho, The Island or The Truman Show?

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Profile photo of yoinkie yoinkie (1,478)C (@yoinkie) 3 years ago ago

@lytning91, clockwork orange ranks as my second favorite movie ever. Yes its very very twisted, but at the heart of the movie lies the real problems with society, and people, and how some assume that we can be modified to their liking. Its not for everyone as it is very gruesome and not for the easily squeemish.

OP, besides the ones everyone has mentioned, here are some lesser known movies that will scramble your brains and leave you in awe:

Wrist cutters; a love story, The fall, Mr Nobody(I need to tell everyone to see this movie, really), sunset limited, Blade Runner, Brazil, Following, The Illusionist, being john malkovich(pretty well known, but if you havent seen it, see it), Gattaca(A recent gem I found that i dont know how I missed), Mullholand drive(the biggest mindfuck movie of all time IMO), and i could go on forever but that is a good enough start.

I try and go out and find the most bizarre, mind numbing movies made, and often it leads me to independent films which definitely hold their own against any big budget hollywood movie that tries to tingle your senses. If you ever want to know more, send me over a message, Im sure I could conjure up a few dozen more.

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Profile photo of  Anonymous (194) (@) 3 years ago ago

I would add The Man From Earth, probably throw Fight Club on there, and one of my personal favorites, Primer
If you haven’t seen Primer, I would say watch it right now, in fact, i’m going to watch it right now. The first time I saw it I watched it 2 more times within 24 hours. Easily the best movie ever made on a $7000 budget. I’ll come up with some more though

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Profile photo of Ben Ben (146) (@cognizantelephant) 3 years ago ago

I feel like i’ll be making a trip to blockbuster tomorrow..

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 Martijn Schirp (11,690)A (@martijn) 3 years ago ago

Being John Malkovich.

Malkovich?

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Profile photo of RidetheWayves RidetheWayves (0) (@snoop626626) 3 years ago ago

……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….2001: A Space Odyssey. The ultimate “mindfuck” movie. ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..

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Profile photo of jasmine jasmine (2) (@jazz) 3 years ago ago

Womb and Donnie Darko. Plus if you want absolutely twisted, the Saw movies (all of them) are fabulously disgusting

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Profile photo of Jake Jake (197) (@jesus) 3 years ago ago

Donnie Darko
Total Recall
Memento
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
Being John Malkovich
Fight Club
The Prestige
Black Swan
The Fountain
Gummo (this one will fuck with you, not necessarily in a good way)
The Game
Se7en
A Beautiful Mind
The Usual Suspects
Primal Fear (my favorite)
American Psycho
12 Monkeys
Cube (sort of… the sequels are mind fucks, but you need to watch this for context)
Saw 1-4
Oldboy
Eraserhead (wtf did I just watch)
The Illusionist

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Profile photo of Ellie Ellie (1,196)M (@tangledupinplaid21) 3 years ago ago

The Machinist, Enter the Void

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Profile photo of savmot savmot (133) (@savmot) 3 years ago ago

Mulholland drive

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Profile photo of George George (6) (@collins) 3 years ago ago

Requiem for a Dream is quite dark.

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Profile photo of alexa Anonymous (291) (@) 3 years ago ago

Uhm
Event Horizon anyone?

That movie fucked my mind in ways I didn’t think were humanly possible.

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Profile photo of Hugh G. Rection Hugh G. Rection (34) (@asdfghjkl77) 3 years ago ago

@lytning91 @yoinkie if clockwork orange didnt end the way that it did, the movie wouldnt be as good as it is. A clockwork orange is a phenomenal film.

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Profile photo of Dan Dan (882) (@danfontaine) 3 years ago ago

What the Bleep Do We Know
Star Trek (how did they make it so good?)
Avatar (how did they make it so good?)

Watch for the Hobbit, coming later this year. I will be peaking 30 minutes into the movie. Going to be the biggest mind fuck of my life.

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Profile photo of cynikal cynikal (6) (@cedricb) 3 years ago ago

@yoinkie, what is your number one favorite movie?
(impressive list right there I must say, can’t say I have seen them all, but Mulholland Drive is also one of my favorite movies, Eraserhead is incredibly mindfuck as well!

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Profile photo of Gaje Gaje (8) (@gaje) 3 years ago ago

How can you forget Waking Life!?!?!

This is an ABSOLUTE must on this list.

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Profile photo of Soap Soap (2) (@n309210) 3 years ago ago

Suprised no one has mentioned A Scanner Darkly, also a great movie.

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Profile photo of stryder stryder (844) (@stryder) 3 years ago ago

Ichi The Killer.

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Profile photo of Sasho Stoyanov Anonymous (2,649) (@) 3 years ago ago

I watched Garden State yesterday. It was a personal mindfuck. Remembered some things from my childhood/life that it seems I have completely blocked to remember. It was an interesting experience.

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 Dylan Grant (6) (@sleepwalker) 3 years ago ago

waking life

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