I think youll like Tokyo Gore Police and The Machine Girl. Death Trance was really good too. One of the best endings Ive ever seen. Its not as weird as the other two though. Im not going to post any stills from the movies. But what I will say is google image Tokyo Gore Police
T "It's my storm. I can make it do whatever I want."
"What the fuck is wrong with you kids?! How would you like it if I came and had sex in front of your house?"
"I heard you guys banned a chick with thyroid cancer cause she was weird looking.
You guys are fucking terrible."- awsomoz$
We were all expecting something GRAND for our massive efforts down the line. Needless to say, all the money went to drive us 100km from home and play frisbee golf for a week at a "resort" aimed for trips for retarded people"
Same exact thing happened to me once when I tried to put two gallon containers of milk into the fridge at the same time. Projectile vomit everywhere the minute I lifted them off the counter...- El.Gato
Karma is like a penis, if you dont use it it'll fall off.
"i was so hungry i ate the Eucharist" -uncle.badness
take a shit in the shadow of the valley of death
"If this statement is not a homeless cardboard box man-orgy, then it is a shrimp." -Arabian.
R.I.P CR Johnson
Dude, watch Troma movies and say that it's the Japs who have fucked up stuff. I hate people who generalize shit, so many misfits in the Western world would be at home in larger Japanese cities with so many subcultures you can't even imagine.
Ever seen a 20-year-old guy dressed like a grandma geisha with lizard hands get underage poon? Yeah, it happens.
Does Crichton smoke? Does a bear shit in the woods? -Rex
"What's the point in being an outlaw if you've got responsibilities?"
"Keep this in mind kids, poop is your friend, but can also be your worst enemy." -Alpentalik
“I don't care if I fall as long as someone else picks up my gun and keeps on shooting.”- Che Guevara
"That they are at best tolerated in schools, feared on the streets, and almost inevitably destined for the hell holes of prison. They grew up hungry, hated and unloved. And this is the psychic fuel that seems to generate the anger that seems endemic in much of the music and poetry. One senses very little hope above the personal goals of wealth and the climb above the pit of poverty."-mumia abu jamal