Anyone Know A Creepy/Mind-Boggling Movie?
They're my favourite. Please try to name a few because I've probably watched the one that comes to mind!
Oh, and similar films include:
GOOD WILL HUNTING
Stuff like that.
The Island (2005) is somewhat creepy and mind boggling. Does that help?
Two movies: one sucks the other is GREAT!
The Mist by Stephan King = YES YES YES
The Fog by whoever- no no no!
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John carpenter and Debra Hill wrote the screenplay, The Fog.
OK, creepy, mind boggling - Quatermass and the Pit.
The Bad Seed starring Patty McCormack, Nancy Kelly, and Henry Jones, from 1956
"Give me those shoes, I Know you have those shoes hid..."
I watched a film called seed not long ago, and that was the freekiest film i have seen to date.
I recommend "Repo Men" and "The Butterfly Effect". Both movies are awesome and I have to assure you that once you watch them they will become your favorites for sure
@Digital Canal, haven't seen Repo Men but the Butterfly Effect is incredible!
Thanks for the answers guys
I agree with Donnie Darko. Every time i watch that movie i have a new theory. 12 Monkeys is a mind boggler as well. Deja Vu is a good mind boggler sci fi film.
Kevin Costner's " Not My Daughter". An intriguing movie with many twist and turns.
Yep - Pans Labyrinth was totally weird, creepy, mind boggling, you name it, it was all of those things!
The shining is something which is creepy as well as ming d boggling. So is session 9, Halloween etc
A Tale of Two Sisters, psychological, creepy, emotional.
Oldboy, a must watch.
They're both Korean, Asians are really good at making creepy and confusing films
Two words: "Donnie Darko."
But if you enjoy old silent films, the first ever creepy, mind-boggling movie is a silent film called "The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari," which is the best classic creepy movie ever made! It's is the story of a man who suspects that a mad Doctor is using a somnambulist to commit a series of crimes in a small German Town. It is a silent film, but if you can find one with a good soundtrack it is worth it to watch. The ending is the best and it will make you go "What the ****!"
I highly recommend it to anyone who enjoys a good, classic horror film.
The 4th Floor
The Kovak Box
The Minus Man
Heart of Midnight
The Lookout (2007)
When Strangers Appear
The Serpent and the Rainbow
Doppelganger (1993) ~ a truly bizarre ending that no one would expect!
Primal Fear Edward Norton and Richard Gere. The look on Nortons face at the end of the movie still chills me to the bone.
Fallen with Denzel Washington
The Book of Eli with Denzel Washington, mind boggling in the fact that you don't realize he's blind till the end of the movie.
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