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Sorry for the late post.
On an unrelated note, I've seen some weird things in my time, but I just watched this:
and it is the weirdest thing I've ever seen.
You've never seen Tetsuo: Iron Man then.
I would hatch the FUCK out of that.
I'm never speechless.
*this is what someone typing when speechless looks like**imagine a bunch of empty space*
Reminds me a bit of "Funky Forest."
What was weird about that? Nothing at all, says I.
Stranger than... RoboGeisha?http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wo-gGes6qig
I totally need to hear Michael Clarke Duncan reading "She and Me Make We".
Wgat was that creature swinging with an eyeball on the end of it?
@Kevin with the Funky Forest video:
What the fuck. Over.
Seriously though, I actually feel more cultured now having watched that. Thank you. lol
I'm with kevin on that... Funky Forest has that totally beat for the utterly inexplicably bizarre.
check it out, it's not weird, it's just Japanese... pretty cool though.
But have you seen this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9hcElGydzb8 ??
Also, Cool comic, as always.
'Big Man Japan''s great, it's one of the best Japanese films I've seen, and it's only very mildly weird. You want genuine weird, watch 'Blue' (1993). 'Big Man Japan''s almost entirely just a mockumentary, and its climax is one of the funniest things I've ever seen.
"Big Man Japan" is pretty cool actually. I watched that along with "The Good, The Bad, The Weird", "Tokyo Zombie", and "Primer" in one day. That was a good day.
That doesn't strike me as nearly as strange as Pickle Surprise: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gysLH0sCm3c
I second the "Tetsuo the Iron Man" nomination. Also "Naisu no Mori: Funky Forest."
Hitoshi Matsumoto is hilarious, especially when he and Hameda do the "no laughing batsu games" that pop up infrequently on YouTube.
Favourite line in this comic? "Pipe down, newbie."
I've seen Big Man Japan, I think it's pretty great. The humor is really really dry for almost the whole movie-- I describe it as the 80% dark chocolate of comedies.
...and that name is the Dunning-Kruger effect.
That movie doesn't look as weird as /Ghostbusters/. No, it just looks looks wicked awesome.
The comic is great, like always, but I live on a farm (As previously stated in another post) and we once took in a cow that had six legs, two extra sticking out randomly, and I still think that that youtube vid is the strangest think I have ever allowed to pass through my retinas.
WTF! this is a real movie? really want to see that!! hahaha
You know, as I was watching that, I was thinking, "Oh, that's not too bad. Sort of a pseudodocumentary cross between Godzilla and the Hulk. I've seen weirder."
And then the pink fleshy monster started swinging its extendo-eyeball-penis like a flail.
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