By default, movies are sorted by year in descending order.

Teenagers incite each other's bad behavior in a chatroom, blurring reality with online fantasy.

Set in the strange and oppressive emotional landscape of the year 1983, Beyond the Black Rainbow is a Reagan-era fever dream inspired by hazy childhood memories

The film delves into the psychology of the main casts whilst exploring other deeper themes.

A long-mustached man shaves his mustache and is shocked when no one notices; he is further befuddled as his friends claim he hadn't worn a mustache in 15 years.

After a mortal accident, in the last seconds of his life, a boy "dreams" about himself, his life and his lover in a surrealistic expansion of space, time, logic

Minority Report
Minority Report (2002)
A: 2.1 Q: 3.8 R: 3.3

Three genetically-altered humans observe crimes before they happen.

When her husband goes missing at the beach, a female professor begins to mentally disintegrate as her denial of his disappearance becomes delusional.

At First Sight
At First Sight (1999)
A: 3.8 Q: 3.2 R: 3.6

A blind man regains his sight, and confronts a new and confusing world.

A viewing of the lucidity of the afterlife as a dream/nightmare and concepts of Heaven and Hell is discussed in the imaginary sense.

Strange Days
Strange Days (1995)
A: 2.1 Q: 3.7 R: 3.4

Memories and emotions are recorded on data-discs. Cop investigates recording of a murder.

Thin Blue Line, The
Thin Blue Line, The (1988)
A: 4.6 Q: 4.7 R: 4.2

Death row inmate wrongly convicted in part by eyewitness testimony (and released as a result of the publicity from this documentary).

A bureaucrat, in a retro-future world, tries to correct an administrative error and becomes an enemy of the state.

Brainwaves (1983)
A: 0.0 Q: 0.0 R: 0.0

To regain consciousness, a comatose patient is stimulated with the neural activity of a dying brain.

Brainstorm (1983)
A: 2.7 Q: 4.5 R: 4.8

Experiences are recorded from the brain. The recording of someone dying turns out to be dangerous.

Videodrome (1983)
A: 2.7 Q: 4.6 R: 3.5

A TV show causes brain damage.

A surrealistic exploration of the psychology of obsession. Two actresses play one leading female role, making this an interesting example of change blindness.

A paranoid, secretive surveillance expert has a crisis of conscience when he suspects that the couple he is spying on will be murdered.

Topo, El
Topo, El (1970)
A: 3.0 Q: 4.5 R: 3.5

A cult classic in the truest sense, El Topo is a surrealistic journey toward psychological liberation from one's demons and achieving a "higher" understanding.

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