45º – Velvet Buzzsaw (Dan Gilroy, 2019)Strange murders begin to haunt an art agency, all apparently linked to the work of a mysterious stranger painter late. Faltering, this work shows a different from ordinary supernatural thriller, availing decisions always choose to run away from the basic tenets of the genre.
44º – A Clockwork Orange (Stanley Kubrick, 1971)Allocated in a dismal future, the film shows the erratic journey of a young man and his gang that society, destroying everything in their wake. We gain the substance of history when this young man is arrested for a murder, getting the opportunity to mitigate his sentence to accept part of a scientific experiment. Masterpiece of Stanley Kubrick’s ‘A Clockwork Orange’ exacerbates pathological ways that a company presents, telling a story with powerful and various judgments on the human heart in the world.
43º – Wake in Fright (Ted Kotcheff, 1971)A teacher of a small Australian city decides to spend your holiday in Sydney. However, in the midst of his trip to the city, he decides to make a stop to rest in another small unknown town called Bundanyabba, known for its happy inhabitants as Yabba. In place – always under intense and relentless heat – the man ends up getting involved with gambling at a bar, they have been losing all your money that you would use to come and live in Sydney. Well, it is from this moment that we will follow the ordeal of the character who gets caught up in Yabba, place seen as the sky for its inhabitants, but seen as worse than hell for the poor teacher. Supreme masterpiece of Australian film of the 1970s, ‘Wake in Fright’ is a nightmare in the form of film, exploring one of the most cruel and terrifying journey of a character ever seen in cinema. A film to be tasted in all its strangeness during his 109 minutes of projection.
42º – They Live (John Carpenter, 1988)Just an ordinary man faced with a sunglass that allows you to see the real nature of people come to realize that the world was being taken pro aliens. Now, it is up to him to try to prevent the humanity disappears. Belonging to the fantastic movie John Carpenter’s ‘They Live’ goes beyond the sense of science fiction to which he governs its events, mustering voracious criticism on the empty paths taken by humans.
41º – Eraserhead (David Lynch, 1977)We will follow the daily life of a strange man exposed to many more setbacks as fight with neighbors, confusion with his girlfriend and etc. Disturbing, ‘Eraserhead’ is simply the work that David Lynch revealed to the world. Its almost incomprehensible plot and permeated by nuances is only a detail. The legal here is to see the creative ability of Lynch, even with a tiny budget.
Continued on Next Page