Ms. 45 - I wanted to say that was one exploitative hypocritical movie poster, but then I remembered I Spit On Your Grave's butt.
Murder On The Orient Express - I wonder if I should watch any version of this--the "killer" has long since been spoiled for me!
Near Dark - Always considered this a huge disappointment--Kathryn Bigelow is a talented action filmmaker but this thing has dated very poorly to late-80s MTV-ish (yes, MTV-ish) crap, telling what doesn't amount to a very good story and pumped full of corny "cool" moments. In all seriousness, it's probably not actually better than The Lost Boys.
NEKromantik - I've been curious about this, but just because it ended up on the list of "holy crap this movie is so shocking" films next to Cannibal Holocaust et al.
Night Moves - I have this; it's kinda mediocre, honestly. Dissipated private eye stuff but the convoluted plot just ends up being a lame treasure hunt, the nihilism is poorly earned (it ain't exactly Chinatown!) and Jennifer Warner must rank as one of the least sexy female leads in noir history. But if you're a perv, enjoy seeing underage Melanie Griffith doing full nudity.
Out Of The Blue - "She's 15. The Only Adult She Admires Is Johnny Rotten" - THAT'S a movie poster tagline?!? HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHH!!!!!!!!
Paradise Lost - I should rewatch these films; it has two sequels, a competitor documentary called West Of Memphis produced by Peter Jackson, and a fictional version Devil's Knot by Atom Egoyan that had Colin Firth and Reese Witherspoon in it, but it apparently wasn't terribly good. My reason for rewatching: a lot of the details that might actually incriminate Damien Echols and his buddies have apparently never made it into ANY of these films, like the fact that Echols lived right behind the crime scene at one point!!! There have been some fairly persuasive counterarguments, but I dunno. I'm only armchair about this sort of thing. Be advised: it opens with actual crime scene footage of the little dead kids and that stuff's pretty nasty IMO.
Phantasm - Directed by Don Coscarelli when he was, IIRC, about 23 years old? Maybe I should be more impressed. This stuff is pretty silly but nonetheless fairly entertaining cult horror. Maybe a bit juvenile but if you go into it just wanting to have fun, it can be.
Phenomena - Passable later Dario Argento, starring Jennifer Connelly and Donald Pleasance, neither of whom make the film *that* much better (God knows what actors have really given great performances in Argento movies) there's a REALLY disgusting scene later on with Connelly falling into this disgusting pit of stuff, also you get the usual crazy Goblin music, I think Bill Wyman even contributed a track, and GOD DAMN does the trailer kick all sorts of hole:
Picnic At Hanging Rock - Overrated. It does a nice job of evoking memories and whatnot but I felt it's too obvious that it's all about Weir not telling you what really happened to the girls.
The Plague Dogs - Watched a lot of clips but never the full thing. One of the bleakest animated films I know of. Brad Bird worked on it BTW
Playtime - Sure, go see it!!
Rubin & Ed - I may see this, but you'll have to tell me if you see it first whether or not Crispin Glover acts like a total spazz the whole time.
'Salem's Lot - Not that great. Neither was the one with Rob Lowe they made about a decade or so ago. This was a good Stephen King book (his take on vampire mythology) and never got a good movie version.
Seconds - Meant to see this one too, it had a Criterion.
Sisters - One of the better Brian De Palma's, with a dark humorous edge. His first Hitchcock rip just FYI, everything he did before this was 60s psych comedies.
Spellbound - Good straightforward 40s Hitch, watch for the Salvador Dali scene.
The Star Wars Holiday Special - Oh bleurgh, you don't want to watch this.
Superstar: The Karen Carpenter Story - Wait, this is available? I thought this was one of those Holy Grail movies that nobody will ever see, like The Day The Clown Cried or the five-hour Thin Red Line.
Sweet Movie - Did I just say some other film had an exploitative movie poster? I guess that was in Europe or something. The movie is supposed to have people pissing on each other or something. I haven't seen it but I know it has a Criterion.
The Telephone Book - Uhhh, looks interesting....
They Live - Yeah, yeah, it's got some funny parts, but you've probably seen them already. The movie is overrated.
The Thin Man - It's good!! Beats the book all to hell at any rate.
Threads - One of the many early 80s nuke films that are supposedly still good but hard to see these days. Testament (1983) is another.
THX 1138 - Not bad early Lucas but American Graffiti remains his high mark.
Troll 2 - You've got to see this once, but see the documentary Best Worst Movie immediately after, bleurghski.
Wolf Creek - Total crap
Zardoz - An artistic failure, but you've GOT to see it once--some of the most awesomely silly 1970s s*it imaginable in this one!!