This review is for season 2
For me, the best part about these documentaries that span multiple seasons is how consistently high the quality gets on each new installment.
The second season represents a substantial improvement over the first, which was already excellent. Many of the films featured were to be anticipated, such as The Wizard of Oz, Cannibal Holocaust, and even The Serpent and the Rainbow, but I was elated to find an episode devoted to Tarkovsky's "Stalker," with frigging Roger Deakins as one of the interviewees. The production values are also higher, notably the cinematography, which is superb, looks and feels very cinematic, and clearly reflects the efforts of the filmmakers.
All in all, each episode was incredible,…