Horror movies have become so formulaic that it's always refreshing when a movie bucks the narrative trend and tries for something bizarre, either in pacing, storyline, visuals or all of the above. Recently, I reviewed the hallucinatory, nightmarish 'A Field In England', and it inspired me to comprise a list of the oddest horror films ever made.
I'm covering films both foreign and domestic, some of which are brilliantly strange, and others which are so amateurish and crudely made that they exhibit a train-wreck quality from which you can't look away from. So without further ado, here's the ten strangest horror films you're ever likely to see. It's going to get weird...very very weird.