Though nobody liked it: “Green Mansions”.
& basically all of Jean-Paul Belmondo’s films.
Am I right in remembering that FASTER PUSSYCAT, KILL! KILL! is not yet officially released to a quality DVD?
i just recently had to order Highway Patrolman on VHS (even though it’s not a classic) just to see it. i just saw it today. it was pretty great using the VCR for the first time in years. I think it might have been released on dvd in europe in a double dvd with three businessmen.
Lili with Leslie Caron. Not a classic per se but a sweet and odd film that should be remembered.
Well, we can scratch that one off the list.
Letter from an Unknown Woman
The Blue Dahlia
I saw both of these on TCM and freaking loved them, and was heartbroken when I realized they weren’t available in the US.
I second “Grunt! The Wrestling Movie”, “No Holds Barred” and “I Like To Hurt People”.
The first one is extremely low budget but is rather entertaining, the second is horrid and silly, the third looks even cheaper than “Grunt!” but is (at least vaguely) interesting if you’re a wrestling fan.
I reckon “Grunt!” should be available somewhere by now although I’m not certain.
Don’t know whether it’s considered a classic but I’m dying to have “Betrayal” (1983 David Jones) on dvd. One of the best filmed Pinter scripts I know. Come to think of it, adaptation of Pinter’s “Turtle Diary” has not been released on dvd either.
Also Lynch’ 1993 “Hotel Room” is dearly missed.