Best Crazy Movies

  • The Rocky Horror Picture Show

    The Rocky Horror Picture Show (R, 1975)

    Tim Curry, Susan Sarandon, Barry Bostwick, Richard O'Brien, Jonathan Adams
    This low-budget freak show/cult classic/cultural institution concerns the misadventures of Brad Majo... read morers (Barry Bostwick) and Janet Weiss (Susan Sarandon) inside a strange mansion that they come across on a rainy night. After the wholesome pair profess their love through an opening song, their car breaks down in the woods, and they seek refuge in a towering castle nearby. Greeting them at the door is a ghoulish butler named Riff Raff (Richard O'Brien), who introduces them to a bacchanalian collection of partygoers dressed in outfits from some sort of interplanetary thrift shop. The host of this gathering is a transvestite clad in lingerie, Dr. Frank N. Furter (Tim Curry), a mad scientist who claims to be from another planet. With assistants Columbia (Nell Campbell) and Magenta (Patricia Quinn) looking on, Frank unveils his latest creation -- a figure wrapped in gauze and submerged in a tank full of liquid. With the addition of colored dyes and some assistance from the weather, Frank brings to life a blonde young beefcake wearing nothing but skimpy shorts, who launches into song in his first minute of life. Just when Brad and Janet think things couldn't get any stranger, a biker (Meat Loaf) bursts onto the scene to reclaim Columbia, his ex-girlfriend. When Frank kills the biker, it's clear that Brad and Janet will be guests for the night, and that they may be next on Frank's list -- whether for murder or carnal delights is uncertain. And just what is that mystery meat they're eating for dinner, anyway? In addition to playing Riff Raff, O'Brien wrote the catchy songs, with John Barry and Richard Hartley composing the score. ~ Derek Armstrong, Rovi
    • vossr
      vossr: A grab bag of crazy, from beginning to end. Intentionally cheesy and featuring catchy music. I don't hate it by an
      Reviewed 23 months days ago
    • fb776727199
      fb776727199: I totally saw this movie, it was crazy and fun! haha A very weird but funny movie!
      Reviewed 2 years days ago
    • fb770987561
      fb770987561: The 1000's of times I've danced to the time warp have officially been put into context! This is crazy funny
      Reviewed 2 years days ago
  • Hard Candy

    Hard Candy (R, 2006)

    Patrick Wilson, Ellen Page, Sandra Oh, Jennifer Holmes, John Gilbert
    A teenage girl agrees to meet a thirtysomething fashion photographer in person after becoming acquai... read morented with him in an online chat room, and the resulting encounter finds the line between predator and prey slipping slowly out of focus in director David Slade's provocative and topical thriller. Hayley (Ellen Page) is a 14-year-old teen whose emotional maturity seems to betray her tender age. Jeff (Patrick Wilson) is a potential child predator whose intentions toward his young chat buddy seem less than honorable. After meeting in a coffeehouse and getting to know each other briefly in person, Jeff invites Haley back to his place, and it's not long before Jeff's underage guest is pouring drinks and posing provocatively for an impromptu photo shoot. As the evening's questionable activities take a decidedly sordid slant and the raptorial Jeff appears poised to strike, a sudden turn of events finds that his apparent victim has had a plan of her own from the very beginning. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
    • shawn1428
      shawn1428: CRAZY story line, Ellen Page is a great f*cking actress I'll tell you that much from this movie to
      Reviewed 6 months days ago
    • fb1116450124
      fb1116450124: . the character development is crazy. this is one of the few movies that really makes you think about what happened. it definately
      Reviewed 22 months days ago
    • JennabGreat
      JennabGreat: Holy balls, this movie is insane! Ellen Page, you crazy bitch.
      Reviewed 3 years days ago
  • Smokin' Aces

    Smokin' Aces (R, 2007)

    Ben Affleck, Andy Garcia, Alicia Keys, Ray Liotta, Jeremy Piven
    When a shifty magician turns state's evidence against a Las Vegas underworld heavy, the high price p... read morelaced on his head sparks a fevered race to rub the snitch out and collect a tidy paycheck in Narc director Joe Carnahan's dark action comedy. Buddy "Aces" Israel (Jeremy Piven) is a small-time scammer who has somehow managed to get the goods on big-time mobster Primo Sparazza. Upon discovering that Buddy is about to deliver the evidence needed to get him thrown in jail for life, Primo takes out a sizable contract on Buddy that entices every two-bit thug, grizzled bounty hunter, deadly vixen, skilled assassin, and ladder-climbing Mafioso within a hundred-mile radius into taking a shot at the prize. Now holed up in his luxurious Lake Tahoe hideout with only two FBI agents (Ryan Reynolds and Ray Liotta) standing between him from a virtual army of money-hungry rogues, Buddy is about to find out just how far this motley crew of killers is willing to go in order to take him out and hit the jackpot. Ben Affleck, Jason Bateman, Andy Garcia, Alicia Keys, and Martin Henderson co-star in a bullet-strewn, ensemble crime comedy that never stops to reload. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
    • scs003
      scs003: Lots of crazy action and a great, complex story with tons of twists and turns.
      Reviewed 6 days days ago
    • fb735298456
      fb735298456: Crazy, and more crazy. I swear it could have been directed by Tarantino. If you like violence, gore, and guns, this
      Reviewed 2 years days ago
    • fb504337404
      fb504337404: If you are looking for a fun, crazy, violent action movie this is it. The action sequences are awesome! The characters are prett
      Reviewed 19 months days ago
  • Crank 2: High Voltage

    Crank 2: High Voltage (R, 2009)

    Jason Statham, Amy Smart, Clifton Collins Jr., Efren Ramirez, Ling Bai
    The indestructible hopped-up hitman Chev Chelios, played to the hilt once again by Jason Statham, re... read moreturns in Crank High Voltage, picking up where the first film left off -- except this time, Chelios is chasing a Chinese gangster who hijacked his heart and substituted it with a mechanical one that needs to be jolted with an electric charge to stay pumping. Back for the fun is Chev's girlfriend Eve ({Amy Smart}) and his physician Doc Miles (Dwight Yoakam), who, as luck has it, turns out to be an ex-heart surgeon. As Chelios delves deeper into the mystery surrounding his stolen heart, he discovers that the answers to his questions lie within the chest of a 100-year old head of the Triad gang, Poon Dong (David Carradine. The maverick directing/writing team of Mark Neveldine and Brian Taylor returns to inject more caffeinated craziness into Lionsgate's burgeoning action series, with Efren Ramirez, Bai Ling, Clifton Collins Jr., and Corey Haim rounding out the supporting cast. ~ Jeremy Wheeler, Rovi
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      fb1102880178: ...... WHAT THE F**K????? the most crazy film i've seen in years.
      Reviewed 13 months days ago
    • fb100000222539113
      fb100000222539113: . Still there's Jason Statham, sex, and mindless crazy entertainment. Just way to dumb for me overall
      Reviewed 20 months days ago
    • jamtontuc
      jamtontuc: crazy movie..worth watching if you have nothing else to do.
      Reviewed 17 months days ago
  • American Psycho

    American Psycho (R, 2000)

    Christian Bale, Willem Dafoe, Jared Leto, Reese Witherspoon, Samantha Mathis
    Bret Easton Ellis's dark and violent satire of America in the 1980s is brought to the screen in this... read more unsettling drama with blackly comic overtones. Patrick Bateman (Christian Bale), the son of a wealthy Wall Street financier, is pursuing his own lucrative career with his father's firm. Bateman is the prototypical yuppie, obsessed with success, fashion, and style. He is also a serial killer who murders, rapes, and mutilates both strangers and acquaintances without provocation or reason. Donald Kimble (Willem Dafoe), a police detective, questions Bateman about the disappearance of Paul Allen (Jared Leto), whom Patrick murdered several days earlier. As Kimble stays on Bateman's trail, Bateman's mask of studied, distant cool begins to fall apart. American Psycho also features Reese Witherspoon as Bateman's girlfriend, as well as Samantha Mathis, Chloe Sevigny, and Guinevere Turner; the latter also co-authored the screenplay. Controversy followed the production from the start, when speculation that Leonardo Di Caprio would play Bateman sparked concerns that he would lure preteens to an R-rated movie. Di Caprio soon bowed out of the project, and original leading man Bale was reinstated. Later, a group of Toronto residents attempted to block filming in that city after Canadian serial killer Paul Bernardo claimed that Ellis's novel inspired his murder spree. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi
    • soniaflowsgmailcom
      soniaflowsgmailcom: .
      A little confusing if you receive the movie in a literal way. But it adds to the crazy that is this film.
      Reviewed 3 months days ago
    • fb632502612
      fb632502612: Creepy stuff! Christian was so hot but crazy! Gave me the chills about the corporate psycho...
      Reviewed 12 months days ago
    • fb1779055937
      fb1779055937: . Christian Bale on the other hand was crazy great as Patrick Bateman a psychopath. I'm gonna read the novel when I get a chance to make mo
      Reviewed 6 months days ago
  • The Butterfly Effect

    The Butterfly Effect (R, 2004)

    Ashton Kutcher, Amy Smart, William Lee Scott, Elden Henson, Melora Walters
    Final Destination 2 screenwriters Eric Bress and J. Mackye Gruber make their directorial debut with ... read morethe sci-fi thriller The Butterfly Effect. Evan Treborn (Ashton Kutcher with facial hair) wants to free himself from his disturbing childhood memories. As a kid, he often blacked out for long periods of time and tried to detail his life in a journal. As a young adult, he revisits the journal entries to figure out the truth about his troubled childhood friends Kayleigh (Amy Smart), Lenny (Elden Henson), and Tommy (William Lee Scott). When he discovers he can travel back in time in order to set things right, he tries to save his beloved friends. However, he finds out that relatively minor changes can make major problems for the future. The Butterfly Effect also stars Eric Stoltz, Ethan Suplee, and Melora Walters. The title was inspired by the story A Sound of Thunder by Ray Bradbury. ~ Andrea LeVasseur, Rovi
    • uprockingdudejp
      uprockingdudejp: A very good and interesting film with a crazy plot. Aston kutcher is for once playing a role that isn't a bland romantic comedy role for onc
      Reviewed 13 months days ago
    • fb645718852
      fb645718852: ashton is crazy hot, and this movie was crazy interesting
      Reviewed 2 years days ago
    • fb663821642
      fb663821642: . my mind went crazy trying to figure out what the F**k was goin on. Brilliant
      Reviewed 3 years days ago
  • Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas

    Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas (R, 1998)

    Johnny Depp, Benicio Del Toro, Craig Bierko, Ellen Barkin, Gary Busey
    Terry Gilliam (Brazil, Twelve Monkeys, The Fisher King) directed this colorful, stylized, pseudo-psy... read morechedelic $21-million adaptation of the 1971 Hunter S. Thompson classic, Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas: A Savage Journey into the Heart of the American Dream, about stoned sportswriter Raoul Duke, Thompson's alter ego, on a wild drug-crazed road trip, a paranoid plummet into the belly of the beast, with his pal, lawyer Oscar Zeta Acosta. Originally serialized in Rolling Stone (November 1971), the book catapulted Thompson headfirst toward the Kerouac-Mailer-Capote pantheon and jump-started the entire movement of "gonzo journalism." Carrying a suitcase of drugs, Raoul Duke (Johnny Depp with shaved pate) and his attorney Dr. Gonzo (Benicio Del Toro) drive a red convertible across the Mojave from L.A. to Vegas, where Duke has an assignment to cover the Mint 400 desert motorcycle race. As the drugs kick in, Duke ventures into voiceover, filling in the blank spots and narrative gaps. "This is not a good town for psychedelic drugs," says Duke, but even so, they consume vast quantities, eventually escalating to ether. Duke notes that with ether "you can actually watch yourself behaving this terrible way, but you can't control it." The two trash their hotel room, and Gonzo goes back to L.A. Thinking the hotel room holocaust will lead to an arrest, Duke begins a drive back to L.A., but after an odd encounter with a highway patrolman (Gary Busey) and a telephone conversation with Gonzo, he returns to Vegas to cover the District Attorney Convention on Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs in the glitzy Flamingo Hotel. This time the drugged-out duo trash their Flamingo room. The crazed carnival atmosphere segues into a carney casino, Bazooko's Circus, where a barker (Penn Jillette) spiels amid aerialists, clowns, and a rotating carousel bar. Gonzo worries over runaway teen Lucy (Christina Ricci), who paints portraits of Barbra Streisand. Soon the hallucinations begin: Duke sees Gonzo transmogrify into a demon with breasts on its back, and an acid vision of a Vegas bar features large legit lounge lizards (courtesy of monster makeup man Rob Bottin). Flashbacks depicting Duke's intro to the drug scene jump back to love-Haight relationships in San Francisco's Summer of Love. Cameos and guest stars include Mark Harmon, Cameron Diaz, Flea, Lyle Lovett, Harry Dean Stanton, Ellen Barkin, Tobey Maguire, and Hunter S. Thompson himself. The film features a Geffen Records soundtrack mixing rock of the period with Vegas lounge tunes. Over the years, various script adaptations came and went as did numerous talents; people connected with past efforts to film Thompson's book include Martin Scorsese, Jack Nicholson, Dan Aykroyd, John Belushi, and writer-director Alex Cox. Shown in competition at the 1998 Cannes Film Festival. ~ Bhob Stewart, Rovi
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      fb1662144766: This Movie is crazy. But all in the good ways. I still don't understand why this became a movie because its so uni
      Reviewed 9 months days ago
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      fb1832094904: Crazy, just fucking in your face nonstop insanity but absolutely brilliant through out
      Reviewed 17 months days ago
    • fb1458667426
      fb1458667426: Great movie, belongs in the hall of crazy fame. I've been to Vegas many times, but I'll never do it like they do...maybe.
      Reviewed 2 years days ago
  • Being John Malkovich

    Being John Malkovich (R, 1999)

    John Cusack, Cameron Diaz, Catherine Keener, John Malkovich, Orson Bean
    Would you pay money to journey into the mind of the star of Con Air, The Killing Fields, and In The ... read moreLine of Fire? Puppeteer Craig Schwartz (John Cusack) is having money problems, so he takes a temporary job as a file clerk on the seventh-and-a-half floor of a large office building. One day, while rummaging behind a cabinet, he finds a small door that leads to the center of the mind of actor John Malkovich (played by, you guessed it, John Malkovich). Craig discovers that entering the portal allows him to become John Malkovich for a brief spell, and in time he and his beautiful but aloof co-worker Maxine (Catherine Keener) get the bright idea to charge admission for the privilege of spending 15 minutes inside the head of a well-known actor. Malkovich realizes that something strange is happening to him, but can do little to stop it, as strangers take over his mind for a quarter-hour at a time. Craig's wife, Lotte (Cameron Diaz), eventually takes a trip into Malkovich's psyche, and she soon finds herself in love with Maxine, with whom Malkovich has an affair; meanwhile, Maxine in time becomes infatuated with both Craig and Lotte, but only when they're inside Malkovich. Being John Malkovich marked the feature-length debut of director Spike Jonze, who previously made acclaimed music videos for Weezer, the Beastie Boys, and the Breeders, among others. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi
    • fb590635421
      fb590635421: A crazy trip which introduced the world to the imaginations of Spike Jonze & Charlie Kaufman. Surreal
      Reviewed 4 years days ago
    • fb512049695
      fb512049695: So crazy, it's actually entertaining! The acting is mostly believable except for that john cussack is a
      Reviewed 3 years days ago
    • Skedder03
      Skedder03: This movie would have been so much easier if people weren't so freakin crazy. That is all
      Reviewed 3 years days ago
  • Requiem for a Dream

    Requiem for a Dream (R, 2000)

    Ellen Burstyn, Jared Leto, Jennifer Connelly, Marlon Wayans, Christopher McDonald
    Based on the novel by Hubert Selby Jr., this gritty drama concerns four people trapped by their addi... read morections. Harry (Jared Leto), and his best friend Tyrone (Marlon Wayans) are impoverished heroin addicts living in Coney Island, NY, while Harry's girlfriend Marion (Jennifer Connelly) is a fellow addict trying to distance herself from her wealthy father. Harry dreams of scoring a pound of smack, from which he could make enough money to open a clothing boutique with Marion, but so far he and his friends can barely scrape by supporting their own habits. Meanwhile, Harry's mother Sara (Ellen Burstyn), who spends her days watching television, is told she has the opportunity to appear on her favorite game show; wanting to lose enough weight to fit into her favorite red dress, she visits a sleazy doctor who gives her a prescription for amphetamines. Soon Sara has a drug habit of her own that is spiraling out of control. Requiem for a Dream was directed by Darren Aronofsky, who also co-wrote the screenplay with Selby; it was Aronofsky's second feature, following his acclaimed independent film Pi. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi
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      fb579794682: revention against drugs as we see how a couple get destroyed, how a mother keeps living in her dark crazy world obsessed by the idea of being a TV star and finally how a lonely guy who is fighting for
      Reviewed 7 months days ago
    • fb511979557
      fb511979557: Crazy ass movie. Watched it once and it was enough. Creeps me out.
      Reviewed 17 months days ago
    • mako31171
      mako31171: Crazy movie, some parts are difficult to watch, but its hard to look away. I can't explain it, but
      Reviewed 2 years days ago
  • The Crazies

    The Crazies (R, 2010)

    Timothy Olyphant, Radha Mitchell, Danielle Panabaker, Joe Anderson, Christie Lynn Smith
    Sahara director Breck Eisner teams with screenwriters Ray Wright (Pulse) and Scott Kosar (The Texas ... read moreChainsaw Massacre) to give George A. Romero's underrated 1973 shocker a shiny new makeover in this update starring Timothy Olyphant and Radha Mitchell. Perform a Google search on "small-town America," and eventually you'll stumble across Ogden Marsh, a picturesque hamlet situated a safe distance from the nearest big city, and full of friendly faces. The citizens of Ogden Marsh are happy, albeit unremarkable people, but they're about to discover just how fragile their warm slice of the American dream really is. When a mysterious toxin transforms the locals into murderous maniacs, it's up to Sheriff David Dutton (Olyphant) to find out why a man who was once an upstanding citizen would attempt to massacre the local youth baseball team, and a caring father would burn his beloved family alive. Within hours the town has descended into total chaos, and the government has ordered it quarantined. Anyone who attempts to escape will be shot on sight, whether they're infected or not. Realizing that their only hope for survival is to fight through the madness that has consumed their once-quiet town, Sheriff Dutton, his pregnant wife, Judy (Mitchell), his deputy Russell (Joe Anderson), and frightened medical center assistant Becca (Danielle Panabaker) wage an epic struggle to discover the source of this malevolent scourge while fending off their infected friends and neighbors. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
    • fb711500236
      fb711500236: pretty crazy with some good acting but nothing great.
      Reviewed 10 months days ago
    • enchanted66
      enchanted66: .I like a crazy horror movie!
      Reviewed 5 months days ago
    • Craigmoulding
      Craigmoulding: . You need to be crazy if you think this tripe is any good. A waste of valuable time. Avoid.
      Reviewed 6 months days ago