Movies Watched [October 2011]

I think October set a new personal record for most movies watched in one month. I watched as many movies as I could, with a mix of selections from my Movie Project, horror/Halloween flicks and Gosling. A pretty good mix, I must say. 🙂

In order of viewing (number represents year overall total, not this month):

155) Psycho [1960]
The iconic Bates Motel

156) Un Chien Andalou [1929]
Un Chien Andalou [1929]

157) Annie Hall [1977]
Annie Hall [1977]

158) The Exorcist [1973]
The Exorcist [1973]

159) Drive [2011]
Drive [2011]

160) Vertigo [1958]
Vertigo [1958]

161) The Bicycle Thief [1948]
The Bicycle Thief [1948]

162) All Good Things [2010]
All Good Things [2010]

163) Babe: Pig in the City [1998]
Babe: Pig in the City [1998]

164) 8 1/2 [1963]
8 1/2 [1963]

165) 50/50 [2011]
50/50 [2011]

166) Half Nelson [2006]
Half Nelson [2006]

167) Duck Soup [1933]
Duck Soup [1933]

168) Zodiac [2007]
Zodiac [2007]

169) Paranormal Activity 2 [2010]
Paranormal Activity 2 [2010]

170) Unforgiven [1992]
Unforgiven [1992]

171) Rubber [2010]
Rubber [2010]

172) Win Win [2011]
Win Win [2011]

173) Hatchet [2006]
Hatchet [2006]

174) Night of the Living Dead [1968]
Night of the Living Dead [1968]

175) Double Indemnity [1944]
Double Indemnity [1944]

176) Tucker & Dale vs. Evil [2010]
Tucker & Dale vs. Evil [2010]

177) The Ides of March [2011]
The Ides of March [2011]

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6 thoughts on “Movies Watched [October 2011]

  1. rtm says:

    Why do people insist on putting that grotesque picture of Regan… gah! I saw Exorcist so long ago but that face still scared me!!

    That’s quite a list man, I’m ashamed I haven’t seen nearly as many films this month. I really need to see Half Nelson, the premise seems intriguing. Oh and Win Win, too.

    • Eric says:

      Haha sorry about the pic. I thought about using some of the more gory scenes from Hatchet and the like, but I opted for more “user-friendly” images.

      Definitely check out Half Nelson and Win Win when you get a chance, both are great. I think they would be right up your alley, even though you don’t like Ryan Gosling. 😉

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