13 October

Some films I'd like to see eventually get canonized or which will likely show up on later editions of the major lists of the greatest movies (and which aren't on any of the lists noted so far):

Les Yeux Sans Visage, 1960, dir. Georges Franju

Carnival of Souls, 1962, dir. Herk Harvey

Tini Zabutykh Predkiv (Shadows of Forgotten Ancestors), 1964, dir. Sergei Parajanov

Bob and Carol and Ted and Alice, 1969, dir. Paul Mazursky

Deathdream, 1972, dir. Bob Clark

Jeder für Sich und Gott Gegen Alle - Kaspar Hauser, 1974, dir. Werner Herzog

Eraserhead, 1977, dir. David Lynch

Martin, 1978, dir. George Romero

Being There, 1979, dir. Hal Ashby

Altered States, 1980, dir. Ken Russell

Nineteen Eighty-Four, 1984, dir. Michael Radford

Idi i Smotri (Come and See), 1985, dir. Elem Klimov

Mishima: A Life in Four Chapters, 1985, dir. Paul Schrader

Caravaggio, 1986, dir. Derek Jarman

Jacob's Ladder, 1990, dir. Adrien Lyne

Trust, 1990, dir. Hal Hartley

The Player, 1992, dir. Robert Altman

In the Company of Men, 1997, dir. Neil LaBute

Donnie Darko, 2001, dir. Richard Kelly

Russkij Kovčeg (Russian Ark), 2002, Alexander Sokurov

Le Scaphandre et le Papillon (The Diving Bell and the Butterfly), 2007, Julian Schnabel

Enter the Void, 2009, dir. Gaspar Noé

Antichrist, 2009, dir. Lars Von Trier

Black Swan, 2010, dir. Darren Aronofsky