5. #500 Valerie a týden divu [Valerie and Her Week of Wonders] (1970, Jaromil Jires): 6.0 - Beautiful shot, but this dreamlike fairytale horror overal didn't work for me.
6. #652 Phase IV (1974, Saul Bass): 7.8 -Takes the idea of 50s B scifi movie (ants taking over the world) and turns it into an intellectual scifi art movie reminiscent of 2001 ASO. The ants sequence are greatly shot, the patience that had to go into those... wow! It's weird how menacing these tiny ants are in fact, in this it reminded me of zombie movies in which the treat also comes from the slowmoving mass. Too bad the two human lead aren't always as convincing.
7. #831 Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory (1971, Mel Stuart): 6.5
8. #892 Wise Blood (1979, John Huston) : 6.5 - Feels too much like wanting to have its cake and eat it too. In that it both is a parody on religion, sometimes too broad especially with the Enoch Emory character shenanigans, but at the same time it's a very religious story about a man who despite himself firmly believes in sin and redemption (despite to all his own proclamation to the contrary). The nuance of that religious search of a man looking for redemption for what he truthfully believes his the sin at his core, is lost in the broad parody the movie wants to be.
9. #987 Les rendez-vous d'Anna [The Meetings of Anna] (1978, Chantal Akerman): 6.5
Titles in bold are added to my list
Highest unseen: #129 Sátántangó (1994)
1. #630 India Song (1975, Marguerite Duras): 7.0
2. #726 Edvard Munch (1974, Peter Watkins): 8.0
3. #429 Scener ur ett äktenskap [Scenes from a Marriage] (1973, Ingmar Bergman): 8.8
4. #690 Mon oncle d'Amérique [My American Uncle] (1980, Alain Resnais): 6.2