|re: Jim Steinman Is The Greatest Ever!|
||rockfenris2005 01:59 pm MST 12/28/06|
|In reply to:||re: Jim Steinman Is The Greatest Ever! - MegaMilton 01:54 pm MST 12/28/06|
> 4. Psycho - 1960, Alfred Hitchcock
Psycho should be Number 1, IMO. To me, that is the ultimate example of film-making and I always notice something different everytime I watch it. It's never the same film twice. Plus, I love the whole voyeur thing because you almost want Bates to cover his tracks, you grow apprehensious hoping the car sinks into the swamp. I love that. Awesome, awesome film, masterpiece of a black comedy as well.
I'm surprised you did not also mention Herzog's superb "Nosferatu" remake. Then again, I am a little biased on that. I LOVE that film
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