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Top 5 Weirdest Horror Movies of All Time – Part 7

December 21, 2019

Welcome back to the wild world of weird horror
cinema. I know, I know, it’s been a little while
since one of these crawled out of the cellar to see the light of day. And I know that the host looks a little different
than last time too. But weirdness waits for noone! Treasure troves of the strangest, grossest,
ugliest, low-bugdetiest, most disturbing films await your hungry eyes, and I will deliver
them to you. Or am I delivering you to the movies? Either way, if oddball schlock and indecipherable
art house are your thing, then you’ve come to the right place. These are the films that populate independent
cinemas, eclectic media cabinets, and late night marathons, full of all the things that
could never be profitable in the eyes of a generic blockbuster producer. But who wants to watch generic movies anyways? Other people can do that for us! Hello horror heads, and welcome back to the
scariest channel on YouTube: Top5ScaryVideos. I’m your horror host, Keegan Hughes, and
today I have curated five flicks to flabbergast, frustrate, and thrill you for years to come. That’s right, it’s time for part SEVEN
of the Top 5 Weirdest Horror Movies of All Time. Before we begin, make sure to give this video
a big thumbs up, and subscribe for more strangeness than you could ever imagine. Alright, let’s get started. NUMBER FIVE: WOLF COP
What was the last movie you saw that was made in Saskatchewan? You know, Saskatchewan? Canada’s prairie? The Land of Living Skies? Honestly, I’d be surprised if you could
name any movie made in Saskatchewan. Get ready to check that off your bucket list,
though, because I have the perfect movie for you. Wolf Cop. This small-town creature feature was written
and directed by local legend Lowell Dean, and only came into being thanks to hard work,
determination, and the CineCoup Film Accelerator. Thank goodness too, because how else would
we get a flick like this? Fully committing to old-school practical effects
in the very modern year of 2014, Wolf Cop is a delight for the senses. Faces being torn off meth dealers, insane
wolf-penis transformations, a grocery store specializing in liquor and donuts called Liquor
Donuts: what else could you want? This flick follows the alcoholic and largely
useless small-time cop named Lou Garou. For all my non-francophones out there, Lou
Garoup is French for werewolf. Let that set your subtlety barometer for the
rest of this movie. Lou is, of course, cursed with werewolf powers. Surprisingly enough, Lou is able to retain
human intelligence while in lycanthopic form, and decides to continue his police work as
a WOLF COP. The premise on its own is cheesy in all the
best ways, and could probably land on any number of weird cult movie lists. But of course, I must hold these lists to
the high standards of my forebearers, and even when considering those high-level requirements,
Wolf Cop makes the grade. I mentioned a commitment to practical effects
before. At no point in this movie do the filmmakers
back down from that promise. We get multiple wolf transformation on par
with bonafide classics like The Howling, along with some incredibly cheesy gunplay, and more
wolf puns than you can shake a silver stick at. And if you think they’ll draw the line at
some point and reel it in, you’re gravely mistaken. We’re talking bloody projectile vomiting,
eyeball removal via knife, reptilian shapeshifters, a wolf-bartender sex scene, exploding meth
labs, a time-honoured event known as the drink-and-shoot, and the destruction-turned-pimping out of
a cop car to be more wolf-cop appropraite. And did I mention that we get a lovely closeup
of a wolf-member bursting forth from a regular man-member? Unforgettable stuff, really. This is one for you and a few friends to get
together and drink over. Maybe don’t warn them about the wang transformation
though. Let them experience it for themselves. NUMBER FOUR: DEAD RINGERS
Yeah that’s two twin brothers sexily slow-dancing with one woman. Wouldn’t be a weird movie list without at
least referencing Cronenberg, right? Plus I gotta make sure we get our Canadian
quota filled! Of course, we’ve discussed Naked Lunch in
the past, which is a supremely weird movie in its own right. But this one sees Cronenberg at his most restrained. The restraint is actually what makes it such
a weird watch, though. The events and characters are totally believable,
and at no point are we offered a sci-fi monster or flesh-rending disease to remove us from
the upsetting and tragic circumstances. No insane gross-out body horror to find here. Well, maybe one dream-sequence. But Dead Ringers presents a story loosely
based on real-life events, and as we all know, the truth is often stranger than fiction. We follow twin gynecologists, Beverly and
Elliot, as they operate a successful clinical practice in Toronto. Both are played by Jeremy Irons in an absolute
tour de force performance. Somehow, Irons manages to present both characters
as totally unique individuals, while still portraying them as entirely inseparable. You see, the twins share every single aspect
of their life; their practice, their living space, their women. And while they might like to think of themselves
as separate identities, it becomes apparent as the film goes on that they are totally
reliant on each other. When the meeker of the two, Beverly, falls
for an actress after Elliot passes her on to him, their relationship becomes strained. Add in unfettered access to prescription drugs,
and the line between reality and fantasy is blurred. The brothers begin experiencing delusions,
and Beverly starts seeing all healthy women as mutant. You can imagine what might happen next. Dark, cerebral, and entirely uncomfortable,
this movie is like a slow cinema body horror. It acquaints the audience with bodily terror
from a sterile, medical perspective, as opposed to the spreading diseases and basement lobotomies
we’ve come to know and love. NUMBER THREE: SPOOKIES Yeah that just happened. I’ve watched this one a few times, and still
can’t quite figure out what’s going on. It seems like two movies stitched together
and marketed as a haunted house extravaganza. Like, a lot of the actors don’t ever seem
to interact with each other at all, and the film grain looks different in some scenes. Oh, wait, I see now. That’s because Spookies actually is two
movies stitched together! Yup, this 1986 masterclass in schlock-shock
is a funhouse filled to the brim with unrelated monsters, maniacs, and screaming teens. Originally titled Twisted Souls, two first-time
filmmakers, Brendan Faulkner and Thomas Doran, took the helm on what they were told was going
to be a haunted house flick with lots of cool creatures. Higher-ups wanted an insane amount of monsters
and effects, leaving the two young directors to figure out how to squeeze it all in under
budget. Unfortunately, when the film was ninety percent
done, the financier decided that they weren’t cutting it, and handed the film over to a
brand new team. This team made a bunch of odd decisions, like
going back and shooting an insane amount of new footage, working with pornographers, and
hiring documentary videographers. They decided that Twisted Souls wasn’t gonna
work as a title, and thus Spookies was born. The footage the first directors shot involved
a spider woman sucking a mustachioed puppeteer dry, muck monsters in the basement, and a
rubbery grim reaper chasing people around the top floor. The Spookies squad added in werecats with
hook hands, sorcerers, ghost birthdays, and zombie children. This all cut together makes for a very disorienting
ride through two totally different ideas presented as one. None of the events from either side really
correlate with the others, leaving you scratching your head, but enjoying it nonetheless. Every moment is an adventure, and there is
absolutely zero way to predict what is about to happen on a first watch. It’s a mess, but I am sure glad it got made. NUMBER TWO: DEMON WIND Spookies had a troubled production to blame
on its general incoherence, but Demon Wind can claim no such excuse. Directed by Charles Phillip Moore in 1990,
this shameless ripoff of “The Fog” meets “Evil Dead” had no business being this
strange. But hey, I’m not complaining. The premise goes a little something like this:
a strapping young lad named Cory meets his estranged alcoholic father and decides to
figure out what happened to his grandparents so many years in the past. He invites literally every single one of his
friends to trek out to the remote farm, and scavenge through the wreck for an answer. I guess they do find out in the end what really
happens, but it’s presented in such a way that each new character that appears is a
brand new mystery. Naturally, all the cars break down and a demon
fog, I mean wind, keeps them tied down at the old farmhouse. Our protagonists are then accosted by possessed
girls, talking bloody dolls, flying kitchen implements, drawn-on neon lightning bolts,
pus-puking zombies, an evil bull skull, and a KY-JELLY-covered flesh devil. The genre and rules keep changing too, switching
from haunted house to zombie to kung-fu to sci-fi without offering up any explanation
as to why any of this is happening. Characters will die in gruesome fashion, only
to have the rest of their friends totally ignore what just happened and talk calmly
amongst themselves. And speaking of characters, they barely exist. Like, the actors are there, but the characters
are thinly written and often unintentionally hilarious. Intonation? Emotion? Maybe a second take? Don’t worry about it, we’ll fix it in
ADR. I actually thought this movie was Italian
the first time I saw it because they way it’s dubbed makes the characters look like they’re
speaking another language. Incredible stuff really. My two favourite characters are karate-fighting
magicians who ride in atop a convertible while Ride of the Valkyries plays. Apparently they’re Cory’s best friends,
but we never learn much about that. This movie is a disjointed slapstick piece
of insanity, and I would watch it one hundred times if I could. Maybe a double-feature of Spookies and Demon
Wind is in order. Who wants to rent a projector? NUMBER ONE: KUSO Topping off our list is the gross-out anthology
to end all gross-out anthologies. I don’t know how better to describe how
this movie makes people feel than by telling you that 20 people walked out of the initial
screening. KUSO is a ridiculously obscene movie. Directed by Steve Ellison, or as he’s better
known: the legendary musical mastermind Flying Lotus, this is a self-funded work of pure,
unbridled auteurship. No studio interference, we’re getting a
mainline of FlyLo weirdness pumped directly into our arteries. Ellison enlisted Salad Fingers writer David
Firth and comedian/rapper/icon Zack Fox to lend a hand in writing this oddball, so YOU
KNOW IT’S GONNA BE WEIRD. KUSO, or SHIT in Japanese, consists of four
vignettes detailing the lives of mutated survivors after an Earthquake destroyed LA. And when I say mutated, I mean MUTATED mutated. Like pus-filled sentient boils, salad-fingers-style
deformities, open weeping sores, and more. This is a body horror of the filthiest calibre. We don’t just see a few character transform,
we see every character already transformed into the most vile humans imaginable. It’s not pleasant. And there’s not too much to explain beyond
this, it’s just that consistently gross and strange and repugnant throughout. It’s really hard to recommend this to anyone
but the most serious of midnight-movie fans. But, hey, that’s what you’re here for,
right? Some of the highlights, or lowlights, are:
characters watching snuff films, a cockroach doctor living in someone’s butt, Tim Heidecker
appearing through a toilet, a small goblin man feeding a sucker-creature his feces, a
pregnant mother eating concrete, and plenty of psychadelic animated intermissions with
sex-line advertisements. Beyond the sordid subject matter, the movie
is very well put together. It presents a fully fleshed-out universe,
and while it is very uncomfortable to watch, if you can grit your teeth and take a Pepto,
you might find some enjoyment in the presentation itself. The animation is phenomenal, and the pacing
and rhythm are excellent, likely thanks to the multitude of musicians working on the
project. Speaking of music, the soundtrack might be
the best part of all. Featuring music by Flying Lotus, Thundercat,
Kamasi Washington, Aphex Twin, Busdriver, and Akira Yamaoka of the Silent Hill series,
you might consider just closing your eyes and giving it a listen instead of a watch. If you consider yourself a person of sturdy
constitution, give it a go. OUTRO
Weird enough for you? I hope my humble offering of five strange
flicks to watch in the dead of night brings a little bit of joy into your life. What’s the weirdest of the five? What other weird horror movies should we discuss? Let me know down in the comments. Speaking of comments, lets see if there are
any weird ones to revel in: Ross Munro asks: “How can something ask
for help to find its head when it does not have any means to talk?” I dunno man, maybe take a trip to the tracks
and ask them yourself? Guibox3 says “Hmm… All on this list but Amityville are -legends-,
not ghost -hauntings-. Hauntings are what you find in the asylums
and prisons and what you said about Amityville.” I mean, hauntings can become legends over
time, right? Haunted train track, bus stations, and family
homes still count! Radical Rainbow says “This put the ghoulies
up me” I’m gonna assume that means it creeped you
out and ask no further questions… Jjmcb 777 says “Love your commentary man. You bring such a chill, laid-back nature to
this great channel! Keep it up! Thank you! Always appreciate positive feedback! FaultyGear says “Keegan, you have an amazing
collection of shirts!” Flattery will get you everywhere. I bet your shirt collection is amazing, too. And that’s all the time we have for today
folks, thanks for watching and I’ll see you next time.

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  • Reply Legendary Dragon December 19, 2019 at 5:03 pm

    Make a video on the top 5 scary fast scps

  • Reply Brian Baker December 19, 2019 at 5:03 pm

    Is that a Nagel shirt?!? Cool!! Oh, cool video, too. 🙂

  • Reply D.C Carter December 19, 2019 at 5:04 pm

    I got to see Wolf Cop now! Thanks Keegan.

  • Reply Sun B December 19, 2019 at 5:07 pm

    I have seen this host for a few weeks now, but what happened to the bearded British lad?

  • Reply NUPUR MOTION VINTAGE FILMS December 19, 2019 at 5:10 pm

    Still they are far less weird and scary than Lucy…. She's a legend.????

  • Reply Deacon SYNN December 19, 2019 at 5:11 pm

    Whatever happened to Jack's channel where he told scary stories with the other guy

  • Reply The CreepyPasta Reader December 19, 2019 at 5:11 pm

    I loved Demon Wind!

  • Reply Larry Easton December 19, 2019 at 5:16 pm

    Hey Keegan there called rougarou not lougarou

  • Reply Ȝ Magic Ȝ December 19, 2019 at 5:17 pm

    Discuss "Birds!"

  • Reply Isis Blackfeather December 19, 2019 at 5:30 pm

    Jeremy Irons in The Borgia's is superb.

  • Reply Top 5 Scary Videos December 19, 2019 at 5:34 pm

    Be sure to check out the previous part here – Top 5 Weirdest Horror Movies of All Time – Part 6

  • Reply 78KRS December 19, 2019 at 5:39 pm

    I loved spookies back in the day but never understood why it felt so off key, thanks for explaining why that is.
    The UK Vhs is some of my favourite cover art of the 80s.Very alluring for 10 year old me ?

  • Reply 78KRS December 19, 2019 at 5:47 pm

    Wolf cop 2 is much weirder

  • Reply 78KRS December 19, 2019 at 5:52 pm

    The Keep – 1983.
    Is a beautifully weird film. Mainly due to the haunting Tangerine Dream soundtrack

  • Reply Baked Potato29 December 19, 2019 at 5:54 pm

    Why is AOC pointing a gun at me in the tumbnail

  • Reply Jerrad Trahan December 19, 2019 at 5:54 pm

    Im Cajun, and in Louisiana, we have "Rougarou" festivals. Our french is different, and would be interesting to here your coverage of "rougarou"

  • Reply Conrad Kujur December 19, 2019 at 5:56 pm

    Brilliant work as always Keegan , keep up the Great chill and kind work, sir. This list was damn weird and interesting. A staple for great horror indeed.

  • Reply Deth Buzzard December 19, 2019 at 6:17 pm

    Eat both White Castle and Taco Bell after drinking beers all night…..there's Demon Wind for ya!!

  • Reply Epsilon Xero December 19, 2019 at 6:18 pm

    David Firth? Sign me up! Still a little sad that Jack isn't heading this series, but you're I couldn't ask for a better follow up host. Cheers!

  • Reply Dustin Woodworth December 19, 2019 at 6:24 pm

    From now on this man and his mustache shall be referred to as skidmark.

  • Reply Forewarned76 December 19, 2019 at 6:28 pm

    Why weren't Spookies and Demon Wind on earlier lists…

  • Reply Jason Rickerd December 19, 2019 at 6:29 pm

    Ah, I'll have to watch Demon Wind again.

  • Reply David R December 19, 2019 at 6:40 pm

    It's weird still no TOP 5 DANTE'S INFERNO TORTURES!! ????

  • Reply Cassandra Reygadas December 19, 2019 at 6:43 pm

    So entertaining my 2 yr old and 3 yr old love watching love watching Lucy and keegan.

  • Reply MamaBear December 19, 2019 at 6:47 pm

    Hey Keegan , you are doing a great job …. love the vids ! Can you please do Requiem for a Dream ? It is def a weird and freaky strange stitch together movie and I loved all of its weirdness

  • Reply Crazy Lady December 19, 2019 at 6:54 pm


  • Reply Spencer Beard December 19, 2019 at 7:18 pm

    "Spookies" is a weird, horribly edited mess of a film. I couldn't tell if there were two separate movies that got spliced together, or if its look and confusion story were intentional.

  • Reply James Smith December 19, 2019 at 8:13 pm

    Keegan you are my FAVORITE host!!! I swear I'd watch anything you host

  • Reply Christopher Merlot December 19, 2019 at 8:23 pm

    The Japanese movie 'Executive Koala' would find a good home on this list. And 'The Hidden' if it hasn't already been covered.

  • Reply Richard Norfleet December 19, 2019 at 8:32 pm

    Sorry but you’re not jack and I just can’t watch this anymore

  • Reply Shadeslayer Zycron December 19, 2019 at 8:49 pm

    Necronomicon by Andres Borghi needs to be on a list

  • Reply Adam Juneman December 19, 2019 at 8:52 pm

    This channel has gone to hell.
    More focused on ridiculous bloopers!
    WTF guys??? LAME!

  • Reply wolfie Form December 19, 2019 at 9:00 pm

    I'm starting to like keeghan Hughes ???

  • Reply TheBrclear66 December 19, 2019 at 9:00 pm

    Halt! I am Reptar.

  • Reply MarcusAurileus December 19, 2019 at 9:08 pm

    Wolfcop was the last movie to be made in Saskatchewan because former Premiere Brad Wall is an idiot and killed the film tax program and wiped out 1500 jobs over night.

  • Reply Heath Basner December 19, 2019 at 9:19 pm

    I have watched demon wind multiple times definitely one of the weirder and cooler Movies I've seen

  • Reply Dave Marshall December 19, 2019 at 9:25 pm

    Still no Funnyman!! Come on guys… you must add Funnyman… hes cheeky and hes cruel

  • Reply Holly O'Dell December 19, 2019 at 9:27 pm

    One movie, per my husband, that you've all been missing is called Slithis. This is a weird one.

  • Reply tuniSinn December 19, 2019 at 9:41 pm

    Wolf cop shoulda been number one. It is the ONLY movie ever to answer the eternal profound question what happens to one's genitalia during a were transformation. Kudos for DARING to go where NO FILM has ever dared to go before.

  • Reply KingTreeN December 19, 2019 at 9:43 pm

    Where would Velocipastor be in this list?

  • Reply Matthew Richard December 19, 2019 at 9:45 pm

    Okay is it just me or is Keegan adorable?

  • Reply Andres Martin December 19, 2019 at 9:46 pm

    Wolf cop was made into a comic later or the comic came first????

  • Reply Christian Reyes December 19, 2019 at 9:58 pm

    I want deep dive bios on the hosts!

  • Reply James Vance December 19, 2019 at 9:58 pm

    We so need a part 8; there movies I've seen here I didn't know were made!!

  • Reply Headsplitter 35 December 19, 2019 at 10:05 pm

    Hello Mr Keegan Greetings from Pittsburgh.:} You are doing pretty good job in my personal opinion which really means sheit lol. But dont leet it go to your head youre no Jack. YET… Just keep doing what you are doing and maybe someday you will get there.

  • Reply Andrew Weisenberger December 19, 2019 at 10:42 pm

    Would you and Lucy care to do a live stream or a reaction video of horror movies both of you have never seen before? That list might be pretty small but hopefully it would be a blast!

  • Reply Adam Britsch December 19, 2019 at 10:52 pm

    Is Jack Finch still on this channel?

  • Reply Hair8Metal8Karen December 19, 2019 at 10:59 pm

    WolfCop is just amazing. I love it so much!

  • Reply Jerk Asaurus December 19, 2019 at 11:07 pm

    Ah, Dead Ringers was a wild trip… It reminded me, though, of a suggestion maybe: American Marry. Not sure what list it could be featured on, but personally it was one of the few horror movies that actually scares me and I refuse to watch again. Probably because, as you say truth is stranger than fiction. While I don't believe it was based on reality, it COULD happen, which makes it… Frightening.

  • Reply beezer1225 December 19, 2019 at 11:36 pm

    Spookies was great.

  • Reply rob bouchard December 20, 2019 at 12:07 am


  • Reply Michael M December 20, 2019 at 12:23 am

    Step Jack!

  • Reply mystic December 20, 2019 at 12:24 am

    Demon Wind was one of my favorite movies when I was a kid.

  • Reply Tater Totinski December 20, 2019 at 12:41 am

    I was super worried this series would be a shell of it’s former self with Jack’s departure but I’m pleasantly surprised. This was a solid entry and makes me excited for future videos ☺️ Way to go new guy??

  • Reply ifrit demon December 20, 2019 at 2:08 am

    Keegan she is coming from you stay in the light

  • Reply Jack Mack December 20, 2019 at 2:31 am

    I'm sorry,but Spookies flippin' blows. I saw it in the theater and the ONLY reason I didn't walk out is because I kept hoping for answers to why. Why was this stuff even made?

  • Reply Frédéric Charland December 20, 2019 at 2:51 am

    Great video. Suggestion for the next installment: the movies of Scott Schirmer

  • Reply Cthulhu Kat December 20, 2019 at 2:58 am

    Deadpool was born in Saskatchewan ?? In the town that rhymes with fun

  • Reply marthfador December 20, 2019 at 3:27 am

    "Top fave five fantastical video movie film footage for the spooky scary horror head terror enthusiasts"
    We fuckin get it man

  • Reply James Keziah Delaney December 20, 2019 at 3:28 am

    Hey Keegan did Jack gave you that Casio watch? ?

  • Reply Brian Bara December 20, 2019 at 4:49 am

    Why are you still on this channel? You suck!

  • Reply arlem525 December 20, 2019 at 5:00 am

    Love that shirt, Keegan!

  • Reply Ashley Brown December 20, 2019 at 6:17 am

    They play Salad Fingers in hell.

  • Reply Madame Raven December 20, 2019 at 6:31 am

    Is that a Duran Duran Shirt, Keegan?
    Awesome, but you stache demands steampunk attire! Please?

  • Reply Oralea Ramsey December 20, 2019 at 6:45 am

    There is a film by Alice Cooper who also stars in it. Can't remember the name but it bizarre.

  • Reply gizzy2403 December 20, 2019 at 9:31 am

    Plz Keegan man, lose th 'stache! Its bothering me 2 th point i hav 2 look away. Its th equivalent of a giant whitehead on th nose!??

  • Reply David Stone-haigh December 20, 2019 at 11:09 am

    I can't watch this guy, get rid please.

  • Reply Winter Beksinski December 20, 2019 at 1:00 pm

    After several videos of you I just realized you’re a new guy

  • Reply William Parker December 20, 2019 at 2:11 pm

    Look for the horror film Girly. That is the oddest thing i have seen.

  • Reply Michael Waller December 20, 2019 at 3:38 pm

    Karate fighting musicians – Miami Connection (with Ninjas)

  • Reply Shadow 81 December 20, 2019 at 4:45 pm

    hahaha seems wolf cop has a sequel ANOTHER wolf cop hahaha

  • Reply jesse haaland December 20, 2019 at 7:29 pm

    I'm going to look for some of these at our library.alot of movies like this the bigger library systems buy 3 or 4 copies of and if you can reserve them before get scrached up scrapped I advise it!

  • Reply jesse haaland December 20, 2019 at 7:31 pm

    Have you guys ever done Lola..the phycodelic movie about the stripper that kills ppl on acid?

  • Reply Mathieu Leader December 20, 2019 at 7:34 pm

    so surreal

  • Reply Jade Paton December 20, 2019 at 10:02 pm

    Keegan, check out I Bought A Vampire Motorcycle! Been asking for it forever, it's time! Loving the videos dude, keep it up.

  • Reply Sherry Hatchell December 20, 2019 at 10:06 pm

    I saw wolf cop that was just totally weird all together. Lol

  • Reply Tyler Rutherford December 20, 2019 at 11:25 pm

    wasn't Tusk and/or Yoga Hosers by Kevin Smith filmed in Saskatchewan

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