10 Movies with Weird Themes You Need to Watch

A film doesn’t have to show a lot of blood to be considered weird. Even science fiction thrillers like Inception is already weird by mainstream standards. If you really want to go down the rabbit hole, here are ten of the weirdest movies ever made to get you started.

1. Eraserhead (1977)

Henry Spencer has to take care of his sick child which looks like a reptile. It was already a struggle, but then he also experiences dream-like visions involving the Lady in the Radiator and the Man in the Planet.

2. Rubber (2010)

Forget zombies. Imagine what it’s like being chased by a malevolent tire. Don’t laugh just yet. The tire, called Robert, learned it possessed psychic powers after rolling over a plastic bottle and a scorpion.

3. Inland Empire (2006)

Nikkie Grace wants to have her career back so she applied for a role in a film. Just before her audition, a strange old neighbor told her about two folktales of an evil boy and a girl who saw a palace.

4. Black Moon (1975)
Set in a conflict between men and women, young Lily tries to escape the chaos to an estate in the countryside only to find that unusual events are taking place. Lily was later caught up in the madness—or is it a dream—when she chases a unicorn.

5. Gummo (1997)

When the town in Xenia, Ohio was destroyed by a tornado, its poor residents passed the time by amusing themselves in various ways. There’s a mute boy who wears pink bunny ears and boys who hunt cats.

6. Videodrome (1983)

A television station is planning to change its programming when they stumbled upon a broadcast from Malaysia depicting scenes of violence and depravity. Initially they though it was the future of television until their hallucinations became more vivid.

7. Dogtooth (2009)

What happens when a couple decides to shield their children from the world? One boy and two girls have no idea what’s outside their compound. The only way for them to leave is to loose a dogtooth.

8. The Fly (1986)

There have been movies of fauna gone wild after a mad scientist unleashes them on the public. But what if the scientist himself is the victim? Seth Brundle’s experiments on teleportation went wrong after a careless act.

9. The City of Lost Children (1995)

Krank cannot have dreams. His solution? Kidnap children so he can steal theirs. When One’s brother went missing, he enlisted the help of the young thief Miette to look for his brother Denree.

10. Interstate 60: Episodes on the Road (2002)

Two college students wished there was a character like the genie in America who can grant one’s desires. They were approached by men who claimed that such a being exists and that he can be found at Interstate 60.