Ten Best Films I saw in October

I usually do just five, but I saw 55 films this month, so just five favourites doesn’t seem quite right. I know some people manage this regularly, but I usually average a little under 30. Most of these viewings were horror, but a good number were also new releases and festival viewings. As always, only first time viewings and alphabetical.

Another Year (Mike Leigh)

L’Enfer (Claude Chabrol)

Enter the Dragon (Robert Clouse)

Mouchette  (Robert Bresson)

Perfect Blue (Satoshi Kon)

Phenomena (Dario Argento)

The Social Network (David Fincher)

Tournee (Mathieu Amalric)

Uncle Boonmee (Joe)

Violette (Claude Chabrol)

6 responses to “Ten Best Films I saw in October

  1. I somehow saw 74 films this month :\
    But none of them were Another Year, so you win.
    My 14 year-old self thought Enter the Dragon was pretty much the worst thing ever. It could only be worse now.

  2. I’ll pass comment on Enter the Dragon, but I will say this– one of these days, the gods willing, I’m gonna be sitting on a pile of about eighteen Chabrol films, and I’m going to watch them all, and it’s going to be epic.

    That’s my dream, anyway. And my imperial coronation at Chartres. Or should that be Notre Dame?

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