"14. Shock (Bava,1977). Bava's last completed movie. Honestly, even the visual inventiveness of Bava can't save this one from mediocrity. And there really are some great visuals in this one, but the script and acting leaves a lot to be…"
"13. Seven Deaths in the Cat's Eye (Margheriti, 1973). Gothic horror somehow isn't my thing. I keep wondering why these people live in these drafty, cold old castles (the rent must be insane) and why thy don't move out the moment…"
"12. Possession (Zulawski, 1981). What the....? Goes from being an overwrought drama about a bad breakup to being a depiction of growing insanity (reminiscent of Polanski's Repulsion) to being... I'm not really sure what, but nothing I…"