The Thing, George A Romero specifically Dawn Of The Dead ,The Crazies and Martin, more Hitchcock ,more De Palma specifically The Untouchables, Carrie , Dressed To Kill and Phantom Of The Paradise, more Argento , Texas Chainsaw Massacre , Hostel , Last House On the Left, More Cronenberg , more Peckinpah specifically The Wild Bunch and The Getaway, Tetsuo: The Iron Man , more animation – Paprika , Tekkonkinkreet, Akira ,Metropolis.
more horror movies , The Great Escape , Saw (just the first one) , All The Boys Love Mandy Lane, The Fall, Kill Bill,The Terminator etc etc etc this list could go on forever.
Le Roman de Renard (1930)
Jello-Salo is already on The Auteurs.
Matthew-Saw that when it first came out. Remember liking it & would like to see it again. Can’t go wrong with both Burt Lancaster & Joan Rivers.
The Swimmer is hauntingly beautiful, one of my all time favorite films.
Night of the Demon
The Man Who Laughs
Noi Albinoi and the director Dagur Kàri
And Johnny Guitar!
More Atom Egoyan, Andrzej Zulawski, Claire Denis. I like the idea of getting a comprehensive listing for most of cinema’s notable directors on here.
Every Godard film that hasn’t been released by Criterion yet. And “Santa Sngre” by Alejandro Jodorwosky (and any other movies by him)
Tears of the black tiger
More films available to see from Sokurov, or Apichatpong would wonderful.
Did you guys notice that Paris, Texas and Apocalypse Now are now on the auteurs list, am sure there are more new additions…
If only Paris Texas had a criterion release…and Truffaut’s Day for Night …
Roeg’s Don’t Look Now, please please please!
Out of Sight
I am a Fugitive from a Chain Gang
The Miracle of Morgan’s Creek
Touch of Evil
Enter the Dragon
The Last Picture Show
Strangers on a Train
Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford
Days of Being Wild
Thanks for adding “HUD”.
Thanks for adding Still Walking !
The New World (2005)
… and thank you very much for adding Days of Being Wild!
edit: Just realized New World is already up! Thank you!
Robert Altman’s ‘Vincent and Theo’
The FallUn homme qui dort, a.k.a. The Man Who SleepsJe, tu, il, elle, a.k.a. I, You, She, HeThe Baby of MâconProspero’s BooksThe FallsSmiley FaceThe American AstronautStingray Sam (even if I haven’t seen it yet!)NothingCubeCypherThe Midnight Meat TrainThe WoodsmanSam gang yi, a.k.a. Three… ExtremesGaau ji, a.k.a. DumplingsFah talai jone, a.k.a. Tears of the Black TigerOvernight (the doc about Troy asshat Duffy and the making of The Boondock Saints)Neco z Alenky, a.k.a. AliceOtesánek, a.k.a. Little OtikSílení, a.k.a. LunacyThe Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert FordHôhokekyo tonari no Yamada-ku, a.k.a. My Neighbors the YamadasThe ThingThe DescentJoe Strummer: The Future Is UnwrittenLadies and Gentlemen, the Fabulous StainsDante 01Dante’s Inferno (the puppet theatre version with James Cromwell & Dermot Mulroney)La faute à Fidel!, a.k.a. Blame It on Fidel!The OmenAn American Werewolf in London
Mutual Appreciation. I love Bujalski. But that’s never gonna happen
I posted this in the thread for movies that should have a Criterion release, but I think Little Odessa is perfect for The Auteurs. It is perfect for the site and I don’t know about any licensing issues that could keep it from happening.
“The Last Picture Show” is a very important classic that should not be missing!!!
- Sombre (1998)
- La vie nouvelle (2002)
- Un lac (2008)
Michael Cuesta’s L.I.E.
Great performances by Brian Cox, and a very young Paul Dano.