Allegedly a very creepy thriller, Kill by Inches never completely drew me into its claustrophobic world, wherein a young tailor goes insane (and starts killing people) when he proves incapable of measuring without a tape. Slow, moody, and punctuated by incessant creep-out music, the suffocation just never really happens. The similar Young Poisoner's Handbook does the job considerably better.
It's hard to imagine a more scattered and absurd film, and Britannia Hospital must be a lot of fun if your mood has been chemically altered. Before the day is up at the kooky Britannia Hospital, there will be a mad scientist who not only creates a synthetic, talking brain but also hacks up Malcolm McDowell with a meat cleaver, there'll be protests, a labor strike, and the Queen of England will be on hand to witness it all. Crazy, and pretty much nonsense in the end. Check out The Kingdom TV series for a similar story done with more flair.