2001: A Space Odyssey – A film for the ages with an genre-defining visuals, iconic dialogue, and awe-inspiring soundtrack from one of the greatest directors of all time.
Young Frankenstein – An absurdly funny classic comedy from the genius mind of Mel Brooks, brought to life by the one and only Gene Wilder.
Dr. Strangelove – The ultimate wartime satire from Stanley Kubrick, Dr Strangelove is a timeless classic.
The Tragedy of Macbeth – The classic Shakespearean drama is given a fresh coat of paint in this modern interpretation. Directed by Joel Coen, the elite cast of Denzel Washington, Frances McDormand, and Brendan Gleeson are given plenty of room to bring this story to life in the streaming era.
The Hobbit 1977 – An animated version of the beloved novel from JRR Tolkien, this older and very stylistic approach to Middle Earth is a blast from the past in both animation and film making.
Blade Runner – The Final Cut – With impressive visuals and an otherworldly synth score, Blade Runner The Final Cut is an amazing genre mash-up of neo-noir, sci-fi, and drama brought to life by a stellar cast.
Cowboy BeBop: The Movie – This classic is worth the trouble to find and is the perfect way to finish watching the critically acclaimed and beloved series.
The Thing – Keith David and Kurt Russell star in this atmospheric and genuinely terrifying sci-fi horror from John Carpenter. The Thing continues to impress nearly 40 years after its initial release.
The Nightmare Before Christmas – one of my fiancé’s favorite movies, it was high time I gave this one a watch. Tim Burton, Henry Selick, and Danny Elfman bring this whimsical and classic movie to life.
This week Dane and I talked about our Top 5 Horror movies, gave some honorable mentions, and shared a few of our least favorite horror movies. Next week we’re going to see DUNE and we’ll talk about our top 3 novel adaptations. We’ll be joined by a special guest so be sure to tune in and check out the site for more content.