#71: The Wicker Man

Director: Robin Hardy Year: 1973 Genre: Horror The Wicker Man is a strange addition to the horror genre and is perhaps one of the most unique films ever made. It just may be due to the film’s strangeness that it’s so critically acclaimed yet so unfamiliar to the public. To most of today’s youngsters The Wicker […]

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#82: Jaws

Director: Steven Spielberg Year: 1975 Genre: Horror Steven Spielberg takes a b-movie concept, a shark attack movie, and coats it with sophisticated film production values to create the world’s first blockbuster movie. What can one say about Jaws that hasn’t already been said? It’s an obvious choice for any Top Film list and a necessary […]

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#85: Suspiria

Director: Dario Argento Year: 1977 Genre: Horror Strange that our next stop after Dancer in the Dark should be a psychedelic horror, or giallo, film about a dancer in a very dark environment. Let’s just pretend that I’ve wanked on about the similarities between these two wonderful movies, joked about how Suspiria could perhaps be […]

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#93: Eraserhead

Director: David Lynch Year: 1977 Genre: Horror Dare to delve into the unknown. Your whole life you’ve been wishing that life could be a dream and now you’re in one but you can’t control it. The unexplainable events that keep occurring are unsettling, this is not what you expected but that’s what makes the experience […]

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#100: Mad Max

Director: George Miller Year: 1979 Genre: Action Welcome to 1979. A time where one could look to the future of Australian cinema (and Mel Gibson) with great anticipation. A time before I was born.  Being an Australian myself, I am proud to begin my Top 100 with an Australian film. Ranking at #100…George Miller’s Mad […]

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