- 1 20 More Mindfuck Movies for the Brain Scrambling Experience
- 1.1 Horse Money (2014)
- 1.2 Perfect Blue
- 1.3 Politist, Adjective/Police, Adjective (2009)
- 1.4 The Prestige
- 1.5 The predestination
- 1.6 12 Monkeys
- 1.7 The Antichrist
- 1.8 Pink Floyd – The Wall (1982)
- 1.9 A scanner darkly (2006)
- 1.10 Pi (1998)
- 1.11 Rashomon (1950)
- 1.12 Videodrome (1983)
- 1.13 The Machinist (2004)
- 1.14 Eyes Wide Shut (1999)
- 1.15 Vals Im Bashir/Waltz with Bashir (2008)
- 1.16 El Topo (1970)
- 1.17 Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas (1998)
- 1.18 Hard to be A God (2013)
- 1.19 Neco Z Alenky/Alice (1988)
- 1.20 The Animatrix (2003)
20 More Mindfuck Movies for the Brain Scrambling Experience
Some movies are really shattering and nerve convulsions for mind. We tried to compile a list of mind fucking movies representing art of sociology in movies. Some great film makers present the movies and stories about different aspects to explore the world and explore the art. These following movies are really fantastic for your brain:
Horse Money (2014)
It is a Portuguese film which was directed by Pedro Costa. Its best features are its amazing visuals, fantastic plot and minimal dialogue. It transports us to the era of woods, a journey towards protagonist and weird visuals.
It is a Japanese psychological anime movie which was directed by Satoshi Kon. It presents a grim plot and sequences having inspired scenes from popular feature films like Requiem for a Dream and black swan.
Politist, Adjective/Police, Adjective (2009)
This is a Romanian drama film which was directed by Corneliu Porumboiu. It is a story of a young detective pursuing drug peddlers in post communist Romania.
A Nolan movie which is a fairly well known among its mindfuck peers. It is science fiction type story.
Based on the story of an agent who is on a time traveling assignment. It was directed by Peter Spierig and Michael Spierig.
This movie is based on a man James, who was recruited for a mission that sent him back to 1990s. It was directed by Terry Gilliam. It was released in 1996.
This movie is based on story of couple, wife faced fears and husband tried to release her from her fears. This movie was directed by Lars von Trier.
Pink Floyd – The Wall (1982)
Full of swirls of flashbacks and chemicals-induced hallucinations. This movie was directed by Alan Parker and was adapted from “the wall”.
A scanner darkly (2006)
Based on an undercover cop. This movie was released in July 2006 and was directed by Richard Linklater.
A psychological movie which was released in July 1998. This movie was directed by Darren Aronofsky. Its mysterious story is mind blowing.
This movie is based on the investigations of philosophy of justice. This movie was directed by Akira Kurosawa who tried to reveal the complexities of human nature.
This movie is based on a president of a TV channel who tries new programming to attract the viewers. This movie was directed by David Cronenberg.
The Machinist (2004)
This movie is based on a factory worker who suffers from insomnia. IT was directed by Brad Anderson. This movie reveals the facts behind insomnia and its possible severe effects.
Eyes Wide Shut (1999)
this movie comes under the category of +18 because it surrounds the story of a person who became obsessed with having a sexual encounter. It was directed by Stanley Kubrick.
Vals Im Bashir/Waltz with Bashir (2008)
This movie is based on the story of a soldier who was involved in 1982 Lebanon-Israel war. This movie was directed by Ari Folman.
El Topo (1970)
This movie is based on a black-clad gunfighter. It was released in December 1970. This movie was directed by Alejandro Jodorowsky.
Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas (1998)
The drug story, the motorcycle race and high consumption of drugs, yes this is “fear and loathing in Las Vegas”. This movie was directed by Terry Gilliam.
Hard to be A God (2013)
It is a Russian science fiction film released in 2013. It was directed by Aleksei German. In this movie, a group of 30 scientists travel from earth to nearly identical planet.
Neco Z Alenky/Alice (1988)
The Animatrix (2003)
It a American-Japanese film based on The matrix Trilogy. This film was produced by The wachowskis and directed by Koji Morimoto and coworkers.
I feel that the list is incomplete but it is enough for this. New list will tell you more mind blowing, mind fucking movies. The psychological movies can shatter our minds and blow us up so that we start thinking differently. These movies are really mindfucking but please watch them at your own responsibility. 😀