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Watch this space: 105 Must See Films


One of my new years resolutions is to watch a bunch of those films that I’ve been meaning to watch for years. As someone who’s studied film for years and who watches a lot of films, it’s downright embarrassing some of the classic films that I haven’t seen!

So, I created a list of 105 films (that’s about two a week) of films ranging from the early days of cinema in 1916 to the very recent that I really need to watch, and I’ll blog about them here!

I don’t want to publish the full list here, but a taster of what’s to come:

  • Suspiria
  • Eraserhead
  • On The Waterfront
  • Gaslight
  • Russian Ark
  • Man Bites Dog
  • The Fly
  • Wings Of Desire
  • La Vie En Rose
  • The Lost Weekend
  • Now, Voyager
  • Sherlock Jr
  • Birth Of A Nation
  • Kiss Me Deadly
  • Barbarella
  • Beasts Of The Southern Wild
  • Days of Heaven
  • Five Easy Peices
  • Who’s Afraid Of Virginia Woolf?
  • Videodrome
  • A Place In The Sun
  • All About Eve
  • The Red Shoes
  • Klute
  • Women On The Verge Of A Nervous Breakdown
  • Monsoon Wedding
  • Lincoln

And loads more. I’m pretty excited about getting stuck into it!


2 thoughts on “Watch this space: 105 Must See Films”

  1. Great list! I haven’t seen all of them, but there are some really good ones on there I think you’ll like (All About Eve and Gaslight in particular, because you like strong women characters). Women on the Verge is hilarious if you don’t take it too seriously. And while I don’t think you’ll like all of Now Voyager, there’s part of the plot I think you’ll really like 🙂

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