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List Of 1985 Films

Take a trip back to the future with our list of 1985 films. We'd highly recommend the horror comedy classic - 'The Return of the Living Dead'.

'Movies Like Enter the Void': American Arthouse Movies

Alongside the regular Hollywood blockbuster production line runs a rich vein of progressive arthouse filmmaking, spawning such boundary pushing films stretching from existential horror classic 'Eraserhead' to modern sci-fi gem 'Melancholia'.

'Movies like Donnie Darko': Sci-Fi Gets Experimental

Sci-fi is already the most "out there" genre, so what happens when experimental directors take its themes and run with them? Check out this collection of the very best boundary pushing science-fiction films and find out for yourself. Just don't say we didn't warn you!

'Movies Like Enter the Void': Seriously Psychedelic Movies

An eclectic bunch of movies that will have you wondering if someone spiked your drink, from hallucinatory masterpiece 'Enter the Void' to more lighthearted Beatles flick 'Yellow Submarine'.

'I Still Don't Get It': Best Mindfucks Ever

For many, the first movie that springs to mind is 'Fight Club', but other great mindfucks in this collection include 'Shutter Island', 'Donnie Darko', and - going back - 'El Topo'. Enjoy the 10 minutes of headscratching after the credits roll!

Sci-Fi Classics

Here it is: a comprehensive list of the best sci-fi films from 1970-2000, including animated gem 'The Hidden Giant', surreal dystopian thriller 'Dark City', and the undisputed 80s champ 'Terminator'. Watch them all to achieve pure geekdom!

'Movies Like Total Recall': Dystopian Sci-Fi Classics

After the fall of fascism and the growth of communism, Hollywood was inundated with speculative sci-fi imagining how the future might look if 'The Man' got his way. Having passed many of the years these films were set in (e.g. 1984), all we can say is : 'Thank God it's not THAT bad!'

'Movies like American Psycho': Surreal Corporate Nightmares

Ever felt like your workplace has Franz Kafka as its head manager? Then these movies exploring the absurd side of the modern corporate world are up your street. Includes Terry Gilliam classic 'Brazil', as well as underwatched Zach Galifianakis flick 'Visioneers'.

'Movies Like Brazil': Dystopias to Make Kafka Proud

Gilliam, Lynch, and Cronenburg collide in this list of dystopian nightmares that lean on Kafka's aesthetic; difficult to sum it up without resorting to the circular adjective 'Kafkaesque', but you'll know it when you see it!

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