Each of the following films received ONE VOTE. So give each of them a hug and a pat on the ass, won't you, and tell 'em they're still worthy. Or better yet...watch one!
682. And Soon the Darkness -- 1970, Robert Fruest
681. Sweeney Todd -- 2007, Tim Burton
680. Night Watch -- 2004, Timur Bekmambetov
679. City of Lost Children -- 1995, Marc Caro & Jean-Pierre Jeunet
678. Dark City -- 1998, Alex Proyas
677. 30 Days of Night -- 2007, David Slade
676. Underworld -- 2003, Len Wiseman
675. From Hell -- 2001, Albert Hughes & Allen Hughes
674. AVP: Alien vs Predator -- 2004, Paul WS Anderson
673. Screamplay -- 1985, Rufus Butler Seder
672. Elvira, Mistress of the Dark -- 1988, James Signorelli
671. Plankton -- 1994, Massimiliano Cerchi
670. Humanoids from the Deep -- 1980, Barbara Peeters
669. Paperhouse -- 1988, Bernard Rose
668. I, Madman -- 1989, Tibor Takacs
667. Land of the Dead -- 2005, George Romero
666. Jeepers Creepers 2 -- 2003, Victor Salva
665. Uzumaki -- 2000, Higuchinsky
664. My Little Eye -- 2002, Marc Evans
663. Antichrist -- 2009, Lars von Trier
662. Donkey Punch -- 2008, Oliver Blackburn
661. Eden Lake -- 2008, James Watkins
660. The Skeleton Key -- 2005, Iain Softley
659. The Entity -- 1981, Sidney J. Furie
658. Satan's Little Helper -- 2004, Jeff Lieberman
A few notes!
- I saw I, Madman and it didn't do much for me. However, it's come highly recommended from some very trusted sources, and its appearance here makes me think that perhaps I should give it a second chance.
- Like The Haunting of Julia, Paperhouse is desperately in need of a Region 1 DVD release. So there.
- It would have been better if Antichrist had come in at #666. Ah, hindsight.
- Uzumaki was a Final Girl Film Club choice, and tomorrow is Film Club day. COINCIDENCE?? Yes, and not a particularly startling one. The point is, getcher Onibaba on for tomorrow!
- The fact that City of Lost Children came out in 1995 makes me feel very old for some reason. I think I'll drink away those feelings with a tall, cool vanilla Ensure.
- Wait! I mean hooch. I'll be drinking hooch.
- I'd never heard of Screamplay, but the person who listed it described it as such: "Imagine a black and white American version of Hausu / House that's acted by wildly gesturing silent-film era actors and directed by Luis Bunuel... It's craziness... but very enjoyable. The director went on to make optical illusions for a living after this if that tells you anything." See? I'm so psyched for all the movies you guys are introducing me to because of this. It makes me feel like this:
BUT WAY YOUNGER I SWEAR.