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  • Alien
  • 2001: A Space Odyssey
  • Dante's Inferno
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  • Dracula's Daughter

  • Repulsion

  • Werewolf of London

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  • Son of Frankenstein

    Son of Frankenstein

    Boris Karloff's final role as the monster, joined by Bela Lugosi as Ygor. The house's gothic Interior design with the staircase, doorways, and halls remind me of something out of The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari. The dining room geography makes for neat shots.

  • Werewolf of London

    Werewolf of London

    Not as big as the later Wolf Man, but still has its achievements being Universal's first werewolf, special effects, and interesting shots. The beginning is pretty dull, but the film escalates soon after; the lead isn't Jack Griffin or Victor/Henry Frankenstein, but I still felt bad for the position he's put in and how it affects those around him. There are also some welcoming comedic moments like the two older women bickering over alcohol.

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  • 12 Angry Men

    12 Angry Men

    Finally, after losing the chance to have seen this in a classroom years ago, I watched this, and I cannot fathom how great of an engagement this film is. I can feel the pressure, humidity, and every sweat drop poring in that room. Every juror here has presence; even those who sit and listen and not a sentence of dialogue come out their mouth 'till later. Just one single shred of doubt coming out of a juror played fantastically by…

  • The Matrix

    The Matrix

    Went from an 8 to a 9 alone for the last 30 minutes runtime being one of the most goat cinematic sequences I've seen yet, down to the cinematography, style, VFX, editing, choreography, and score. This is a defining film of its time.