Eraserhead (1977)

This movie is a must-watch for anyone who's a fan of the weird. Directed by David Lynch, the movie paints the story of a young couple living in a dystopian future with their monstrous offspring.

The Brood (1979)

The Brood was written and directed by David Cronenberg, who also directed-- The Fly, Scanners, and Videodrome. It's a strange story about a disturbed woman who is receiving a radical form of psychiatric treatment. Her husband, suspicious of the doctor's methods, attempts to uncover the truth of the matter in the midst of a mysterious string of murders. In the meanwhile, their five year old daughter is being stalked and tormented by a creepy group of children.

The Sentinel (1977)

When a fashion model moves into a charming New York apartment, she finds that the neighbors leave little to be desired. When strange occurrances begin to escalate she discovers that she is living amongst demons and her apartment may hold the gates to hell. There are definitely a lot of weird themes and imagery in this movie.

Halloween III: Season of the Witch (1982)

The third film in the Halloween movie franchise has never really gotten the love it deserves-- in my opinion anyway. The movie was never actually intended to be an installment of the Halloween series, but producers on the film figured it would be a good idea to draw in more money. This tactic left movie-goers confused at the disappearance of Michael Myers. This certainly led to the film's demise and almost universal unpopularity at this point. But I'm not one of those people.

It has plenty of body horror, supernatural themes, spooky masks, and a cool jingle. The movie tells a story of a not too distant future where the sinister Silver Shamrock company is orchestrating a Dooms Day plan. Their plan is to get as many children to wear their evil masks on Halloween night, under the guise of a television giveaway. Unbeknownst to their parents, as the clock ticks down an inconceivable hell awaits them all.

Jacob's Ladder (1990)

Jacob's Ladder is a trippy departure into the mind of a man tortured by war. Jacob, played by Tim Robbins, is a Vietnam veteran who is plagued by haunting visions of faceless stalkers and other wild hallucinations. As his condition worsens he becomes more desperate to find the answers.

Repulsion (1965)

Repulsion is one of Roman Polanski's three apartment-themed movies," along with The Sentinel and Rosemary's Baby. The movie focuses on a socially awkward girl who lives with her sister. When her sister leaves for a few days her mind begins to unravel.