Muk Gong (Battle of Wits / Battle of the Warriors)
Beyond the Black Rainbow (streaming on Netflix)
A Film With Me in It
Absentia (streaming on Netflix)
Tomorrow at Dawn
Forbidden Quest (note: not the 2006 Korean film)
I've already watched and loved A Film With Me in It, a black comedy from Ireland about a pair of friends who are stuck in their lives--an actor who can't book a film, whose relationship with his girlfriend is falling apart, whose brother is paraplegic (or locked in or brain dead--it's unclear), and whose landlord is quite hostile and uninterested in fixing the decaying apartment; and a drunk screenwriter-wanna-be who also has a gambling problem. The film starts off small and depressingly realistic (or realistically depressing)--and then people start dying in hilarious and unusual ways. (Warning: a cute dog also dies.) And now these two inept people have to decide how to deal with all the deaths, leading to more black comedy.
But the lesson here is clear: with Twitter and email, it's easy to ask people for their thoughts or opinions on things.