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Two, You Bait the Line: Five Freaky Films You May Not Know You Want to See

By Cindy Davis | Trailers | September 29, 2011 | Comments ()

Alps From Dogtooth writer/director, Yorgos Lanthimos comes "the complete opposite" tale (in the form of a person trying to enter a fabricated world). His tragi-comedy is about a group who provides a service to grieving people: sending substitutes to inhabit the role of the recently deceased, "adopting their mannerisms and wearing their clothes, until you can find it inside you to accept that they're gone." Um, what?

The Future A film narrated by a cat? Yeah, I don't know what the hell is going on here, but in the case of film, that can be a good thing. A couple with a rocky relationship adopts a kitty and the decision changes their whole outlook on life and love. Written/directed by Me and You and Everyone We Know's Miranda July.

The Awakening Writer/director Nick Murphy's horror/thriller (said to be in the vein of The Others and The Sixth Sense) stars Rebecca Hall as a scientist/hoax explorer who makes it her job to expose seances and ghosts. Sent to investigate happenings at a boarding school, she might just be faced with opposing evidence.

Headhunters Back off Sweden! Norwegian director, Morten Tyldum (Buddy) has adapted the so-called, next Girl with the Dragon Tattoo crime thriller, written by Jo Nesbø. An headhunter/art thief on-the-side who lives above his means, plans a huge heist that gets him involved in something way messier than his financial problems.

Cindy Davis is open to men from both Sweden and Norway...

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