I have been a huge movie buff ever since i was 9 years old. I am now 15, and hope to work somewhere in film, hopefully fulfilling my dream of becoming a director. Both my father and my Grandfather are huge film buffs as well, and i would have to say that they are the ones that got me into the genre. Every day i build up my movie knowledge more and more, and each day it gets more and more fascinating. I have made a few amateur short films over the years, but i hope to make a feature length film soon. Here are my top 10 criterion DVD's: 1. Seven samurai-1954, 2. House-1977, 3. Harakiri-1962, 4. Throne of blood-1957, 5. Equinox-1970, 6. The seventh seal-1957, 7. Ivan's childhood-1962, 8. The virgin spring-1959, 9. Yojimbo-1961, 10. Godzilla-1954.

  • Favorite director: Akira Kurosawa
  • Favorite Criterion edition: Seven Samurai
  • Most wanted in the collection: Heavy traffic-1973, Pixote-1981, Marketa Lazarova-1967, Faster, pussycat! Kill! Kill!-1965, Satyajit Ray's Apu trilogy, and the lone wolf and cub series (is never going to happen, but would be very e
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    Latest Addition:

    Naked Lunch by David Cronenberg

    • Trilogy of Life (Criterion Blu-Ray)


    • Onibaba (Criterion DVD)


    • Kuroneko (Criterion Blu-Ray)


    • Cronos (Criterion DVD)


    • House (Criterion DVD)


    • The Night of the Hunter (Criterion DVD)


    • Equinox (Criterion DVD)


    • Che (Criterion Blu-Ray)




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