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sienelThanks for the new lists!
Some others I'd like to suggest:
US National Film Registry: http://www.loc.gov/film/titles.html
Jonathan Rosenbaum's Alternate 100 American Films: http://www.chicagoreader.com/chicago/list-o-mania/Content?oid=896619
Asia Weekly's 100 Greatest Chinese Films: http://www.chinesecinemas.org/chinacentury.html
Hong Kong Film Awards 100 Best Chinese Films: http://www.monkeypeaches.com/050316A.html
BFI's 50 Essential South Asian Films (critic and reader polls): http://www.bfi.org.uk/features/imagineasia/guide/poll/
Kinema Junpo's 100 Top 100 Japanese Films: http://www.listology.com/thisisgis/list/kinema-junpos-top-100-japanese-films-20th-century
Perhaps a Top Animated Films list? Maybe the Champions of Animation list: http://www.listology.com/list/seen-champions-animation-los-angeles-1984
honditoI like the inclusion of the Silent Era Films list.
How about adding the National Board of Review's top film of each year?
They've been going as long as the Oscars and offer some interesting alternatives for many of the years.
KaspariusI just found out that Martin Scorsese just selected his 11 Scariest Horror Movie of All Time for Halloween. Here You Go:
1. The Haunting (Robert Wise, 1963)
2. Isle of the Dead (Mark Robson, 1945)
3. The Uninvited (Lewis Allen, 1944)
4. The Entity (Sidney J. Furie, 1981)
5. Dead of Night (Alberto Cavalcanti, 1945)
6. The Changeling (Peter Medak, 1980)
7. The Shining (Stanley Kubrick, 1980)
8. The Exorcist (William Friedkin, 1973)
9. Night of the Demon (Jacques Tourneur, 1957)
10. The Innocents (Jack Clayton, 1961)
11. Psycho (Alfred Hitchcock, 1960)
Happy Halloween Everybody!!
KaspariusI second that, especially around Halloween time.
bartYay, no new checks at all :p
St. GloedeIt would be awesomeif you could include this
list: http://www.listsofbests.com/list/67772, or another long horror list. This genre is very overlooked here.
St. GloedeWhat is it called? And which category is it in? I don't seem to find it.
KaspariusThere is a horror list of 500 best horror films, selected by the IMDB Classic board, which is pretty cool.
St. GloedeCool. I was hoping you would include New York Times'. If you guys could find a giallo list or perhaps a long list of horror films it would be great : )
AtomicSquidHow about the Sight and Sounds combined list...
It's a fantastic list and it's low maintenance since it won't be updated again until 2012...
KaspariusGreat! The New York Times List is a very welcome addition. I think a lot of us here are fans of these long 1000 greatest lists.
How about these:
- 1000 Films to see before you die compiled by the magazine The Guardian.
- Have You Seen...?: A Personal Introduction to 1,000 by renowned Film Critic David Thomson.
- 501 Must See Movies by various critics.
- 1000 Best Movies on DVD by Film critic Peter Travers from the Rolling Stones Magazine.
- Time Out 1000 FIlms to Change Your Life.
If These Lists were on Icheckmovies, I would call it the greatest movie site on internet.
Basically, pretty please with lots of sugar on top, could you add these lists?
HadisYay, the iCheckMovies toplists. So many great new features lately.
AtomicSquidInglourious Basterds #16...