Thursday, November 30, 2006

The Woods Are Lovely, Dark and Deep

Thinking more lately about what other films need to be on DVD that aren't. I hate to be one of those pedantic assholes who makes lists and acts completely self-important but I'm going to put on my Rob Gordon hat and make a (working) list of the top ten films I think should be on DVD. Some may be out on video already -- some may not. And some may even be on DVD in other countries. I'm talking about Region 1 (or 0), NTSC domestic US releases.

  1. Telefon (Don Siegel, 1977)
  2. If... (Lindsay Anderson, 1968)
  3. The Big Gundown (Sergio Sollima, 1966)
  4. The Trap (Peter Watkins, 1975)
  5. Killer Party (William Fruet, 1986)
  6. (The Big) Crimewave (John Paizs, 1985)
  7. Freebie & The Bean (Richard Rush, 1974)
  8. The Crimson Kimono (Sam Fuller, 1959)
  9. Candy Tangerine Man (Matt Cimber, 1975)
  10. Rolling Thunder (John Flynn, 1977)

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