Annie Hall, Audition, Blade Runner, Brazil, Clerks, A Clockwork Orange, Dark City, Dark Waters, Die Hard, Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, Fellini Satyricon, The Fly (Chronenberg's), From Beyond, Hellraiser, Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer, In the Mouth of Madness, Kichiku Dai Enkai, Legend, Mulholland Dr., Poltergeist, Pulp Fiction, Se7en, The Shining, Silent Hill, Tetsuo, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (Hooper's), The Thing (Carpenter's), Vertigo, Videodrome, Visions of Suffering... hey, are you even paying attention?
What I Snack on in Movie Theaters
Bitterness and suppressed irritation
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I forget if I've mentioned Elio Petri to you before or not. I think you might like his stuff...he's much more arty than exploitation (if at all) but his films (haven't seen them all yet...seen 4 of them so far) are all pretty stellar.
Only problem is that they are unavailable on R1 DVD so you'd have to import them from Europe or check out a torrent site like Cinemageddon to snag them. If you aren't familiar with CG, PM me for more info.
"Interesting, I've never gotten a dvd when I was expecting a blu-ray. Maybe better quality control at my local distribution center.
In the early blu-ray days I did get several shattered discs arrive (I blame that on the post office rather…"
"Wadjda (German-Saudi Arabia. 2012)=Filmed entirely in Saudi Arabia, a country where movie theaters are banned, and by the first female Saudi Arabian director, this movie has garnered numerous film nominations.
It's still on the…"
The most overlooked genre in the industry. Documentaries have evolved into a beautiful medium over the years. Taking filmmakers at the top of their craft who inform, empower, expose but most importantly entertain in the process. Lets discuss themSee More
"Yes, thanks for ghostery, that one's very useful.
"While Knalds and Baff are perfectly correct - NF is far from perfect and things don't always work like they are supposed to. So don't be surprised when the wrong version arrives in your mailbox.
Often, at least in my experience,…"
"Oh, I liked it well enough, just wanted more of what he didn't cover, and less of most of what he did. New stuff is always interesting, and there was plenty of that in this doc.
Sorry about the Paul thing. When I realized it I…"
"The Capture (1950)
Low budget John Sturges noirish Western set in Mexico concerning an oilman who feels guilty about shooting a man suspected of robbing his company's payroll. Has its moments but some major plot…"