111. We Need To Talk About Kevin (Rewatch)
How was Tilda Swinton not nominated for an Oscar?!
110. Il Grande Silenzio (The Great Silence)
This is a masterpiece. Django is Corbucci’s iconic film but this blows it out of the water. Such a well paced, wonderful looking film with a Morricone soundtrack to boot and I hope the dvd i just ordered isn’t dubbed as it takes away from the film ever so slightly. The best Western I have seen to date.
109. The Driver
If this had a better soundtrack it could be one of the greatest cult films of all time. Enjoyed it immensely.
108. Demoni (Demons)
One of my first forays into the horror world as a plucky youngster and it still stands up today. Smeared in 80’s charm, Bava delivers a well constructed possession movie set inside a Berlin cinema. Plenty of sticky transformations, knuckleheads, gruesome attacks and what more can you ask for from a film when the hero rides a motorbike, chopping demons heads off with a samurai sword to an...
107. The Life Aquatic With Steve Zissou
Delightful film. After the self indulgent nightmares that were The Darjeeling Limited and The Fantastic Mr Fox I let Wes Anderson be for a few years. The Life Aquatic is a heart warming tale of revenge, friendship, love and fish and had me beaming for hours after it finished. Andersons best film to date with his best soundtrack too.
I was looking forward to watching this film for sometime, the unmistakable theme by Morricone set up a wonderful opening sequence but that soon turned out to be the best part of the film. Very, very soft on the action set pieces but Reed and Testi do have a good chemistry going on. A film drenched in moral dilemmas, a good man having to do bad things to save his love and ends with the typical...