The weirdest hidden oddities and movies to watch

With all the popular and addictive shows and movies that netflix has to offer, it’s easy to overlook the hidden quirks lurking within its depths. From bizarre documentaries to mind-blowing foreign films, there’s a whole world of weirdness just waiting to be discovered.



Netflix initially gained popularity with its huge selection of TV shows and movies, but it has also become known for its original content. With successes like stranger things and The crown, Netflix has established itself as a major player in the entertainment industry. But among all the mainstream hits, there are still a few hidden gems that are decidedly weird.

Check out these nine weird, mind-blowing, and just plain weird movies and shows currently streaming on Netflix.

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9 Sample show

If you’re looking for a really weird watch, look no further than Sample show. First released in 2010, this series is basically what the title suggests. A “sample show,” as Netflix describes it, this series has some weird clips and even weirder commentary. It’s the perfect watch for those times when you’re feeling surreal and need a little quirkiness in your life.

Episode 4 of Sample show for automation, somewhat of a spin-off from the original series, seems to be the most popular among fans, as it includes random clips from the hit show BoJack Rider.

8 Dream about elephants

This 2006 Dutch short film is both beautiful and mind-blowing. Dream about elephants follows two men, Emo and Proog, who explore a strange futuristic world. The vibrant landscapes and unusual creatures will leave you captivated, and the film’s open, abstract ending will leave you thinking long after it ends.

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A fun fact about this movie is that it was made with free, open-source software, which means anyone with the right tools can make a movie like this. The makers managed to create a unique and visually stunning film, and it is definitely worth watching.


seven What did Jack do?

This David Lynch short is one of the most disturbing on this list. What did Jack do? follows a detective who questions a monkey about a murder. Lynch wrote and directed the short film himself in 2017 before streaming it on Netflix in 2020. The entire piece is only 17 minutes long but still manages to create an eerie and uncomfortable atmosphere.

Fans of Lynch’s work will certainly enjoy this odd little project. Shot in black and white, it’s a return to Lynch’s roots and a reminder of how far he can think outside the box.

6 Test models

If you like robotic voiceovers and repetitive counting, Test models is the series for you! Functioning as a collection of video test patterns to aid in surround sound identification. This “show” is a surprisingly hypnotic watch, and you might get lost as the narrator counts a series of numbers over the hour-long episodes.

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There’s a photograph of a young child playing with toys on the screen during the test patterns, making this series all the more eerie and oddly unsettling.

5 sexy beasts

This British show takes a look at the world of online dating with a twist. Each episode follows a group of daters as they go on dates with people who have been transformed into bizarre creatures by prosthetic makeup. The results are often hilarious but also sometimes cringe-worthy.

sexy beasts is a light and fun show, perfect for an evening with friends. It’s weird but also oddly relatable, and you’re sure to find yourself laughing along with the cast as they navigate the dating world.

4 my baby monkey

The documentary-style film titled my baby monkey follows couples who choose to adopt monkeys as children. It not only shows the lives of monkeys, but the challenges that come with raising them.

The film is both heartwarming and eye-opening for Netflix, as it sheds light on the ethical issues of owning wild animals and breeding these intelligent animals to keep them in captivity.

3 be redhead

This heartwarming documentary follows the life of a red-haired man named Scott. He explores the challenges and intimidation he faces because of his red hair and tries to gain acceptance in a world that often treats him like an outsider.

be redheada documentary about “gingers,” might be an odd find on Netflix, but it’s a touching film that will resonate with anyone who’s ever felt like they didn’t fit in. Scott’s journey is one of self-discovery and acceptance, and you are sure to feel inspired.

2 Anima

This short film from Radiohead frontman Thom Yorke and Paul Thomas Anderson is a surreal and beautiful work of art. It follows a man who appears to be stuck in a dreamlike state as he wanders through an urban landscape, set to music from Yorke’s solo album of the same name.

Anima is a stunning experimental film that is sure to mesmerize you. It’s abstract and open to interpretation, but its visual beauty is undeniable, and any fan of Yorke, Radiohead or Anderson is sure to love it.

1 MFKZ

This French animated film is a dark and violent adventure. It follows the story of a young man who discovers he has superpowers after a scooter accident. As he tries to come to terms with his new abilities and the world around him, what ensues is chaos. MFKZ is an action-packed film that is sure to delight fans of superhero movies. It’s visually stunning and full of intense action sequences.

Be sure to check out one of these hidden gems the next time you’re looking to binge on something on Netflix! You might just find your new favorite show. And if you’re looking for a way to navigate all the content on Netflix, check out this guide that makes it much easier to find what to watch on Netflix. The meticulously curated alternative genres have every type of movie and show you could want, so you’re sure to find something to watch.

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