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Black comedy, that is. A Top Ten List in honor of Eating Raoul's auspicious entry into the Collection.
The quintessential black comedy, and a film that gives bad taste a good name.
Civilization breaks down, and Buñuel is there, as always, to document its dissolution.
An absurdly comic gem that stands with Polanski's greatest achievements.
No list of black comedies would be complete without this morbid look at life, love and suicides, both fake and (SPOILER ALERT) genuine.
It's been 17 years since the one time I saw this film, but certain scenes are still etched in my memory. A film that can appall you one moment and have you cackling like a maniac the next.
Proof that two heads aren't necessarily better than one.
Catch up with the Maplewood clan ten years after their failure to find Happiness. Just don't be too surprised if the intervening years have changed them somewhat.
Michael O'Donoghue was the Dark Prince of Comedy. Watch this film and revel in his savage wit.
"The blood of these whores is killing me!" Say no more, Count.
They should have made a reservation at Paul and Mary's Country Kitchen.
This list now goes to eleven with the addition of Almodóvar's darkly comedic salute to kinky sex to the Collection.