Horror films

I used to see this 1987 film on VHS with a warning but was always too scared to rent it:

"During the film you are about to see, you will be subject to subliminal messages and mild hypnosis.
This will cause you no physical harm or lasting effect, but if for any reason you lose control or feel that your mind is leaving your body -- leave the auditorium immediately." -

Very weird film within a film within a film (which makes it a bit confusing) from the director of Jamón Jamón.



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I used to see this 1987 film on VHS with a warning but was always too scared to rent it:

"During the film you are about to see, you will be subject to subliminal messages and mild hypnosis.
This will cause you no physical harm or lasting effect, but if for any reason you lose control or feel that your mind is leaving your body -- leave the auditorium immediately." -

Very weird film within a film within a film (which makes it a bit confusing) from the director of Jamón Jamón.



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I watched for Zelda as a kid and have seen it since but I don't remember anything about it at all. The same Spontaneous Combustion, I don't remember a thing about it (other than people on fire).
 
I watched for Zelda as a kid and have seen it since but I don't remember anything about it at all. The same Spontaneous Combustion, I don't remember a thing about it (other than people on fire).

It didn't have a strong plot and was quite surreal. Mandy is the film I have seen a few times and always forget exactly what happened. Every time it is like trying to remember a dream the next day.
 
I used to see this 1987 film on VHS with a warning but was always too scared to rent it:

"During the film you are about to see, you will be subject to subliminal messages and mild hypnosis.
This will cause you no physical harm or lasting effect, but if for any reason you lose control or feel that your mind is leaving your body -- leave the auditorium immediately." -

Very weird film within a film within a film (which makes it a bit confusing) from the director of Jamón Jamón.



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Is this the one set inside a movie theater with something about eyes?
 
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Spoiler on end:
My only complaint is the fire/roof moments at the end, which unfortunately showed the films … ahem, budget.
 
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