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  1. The Birds

    Alfred Hitchcock's most abstract film (1963) and perhaps his subtlest, still yielding new meanings and inflections after a dozen or more viewings…

  2. Blue Velvet

    It's personal all right, also solipsistic, intransigent, and occasionally ridiculous. David Lynch's 1986 fever-dream fantasy, of a young college student (Kyle MacLachlan)…

  3. Cave of Forgotten Dreams

    The latest "ain't earth weird?" documentary from Werner Herzog focuses on the Chauvet-Pont-d'Arc Cave in southern France, where the oldest known cave…

  4. The Conspirator

    Joe Ricketts, whose family owns the Chicago Cubs, founded the American Film Company to produce historical dramas that actually stick to the…

  5. Day of the Outlaw

    Arguably Andre de Toth's greatest film, this 1959 western combines a hostage situation with a bleak, snowbound terrain to produce a gripping…

  6. Jane Eyre

    Charlotte Bronte's heroine has been played by some pretty drippy actresses over the years, but this British adaptation of the 1847 Gothic…

  7. Objectified

    Having brilliantly explored the world of typography in Helvetica (2007), British documentary maker Gary Hustwit turns his attention to industrial design, interviewing…

  8. Paul

    Simon Pegg and Nick Frost, the inspired British duo who spoofed horror movies in Shaun of the Dead and cop thrillers in…

  9. Psycho

    A dark night at the Bates Motel, in the horror movie that transformed the genre by locating the monster inside ourselves. Alfred…