Some Movies I Like
"Suddenly" Frank Sinatra plays a would-be presidential assassin. After the JFK thing, he withdrew the film from public consumption and it wasn't seen again until the late 1980s. Sinatra's son was kidnapped shortly after JFK's murder and some have speculated it was done to draw attention away from the Slaying of the Divine King. (Yeah, like people care more about Junior than a slain president.) You can watch the movie, free, here.
"Horror Hotel" Witchcraft in New England circa 1960. Spooky. A great climax (I won't spoil it).
"Wise Blood" Brad Dourif plays Hazel Motes, a mixed-up Southerner who starts his own church--The Church of Jesus Christ Without Christ. Best line: "Shake hands with Gonga!" Based on a Flannery O'Connor story.
"The Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse" Psychiatrist (Edward G. Robinson) becomes fascinated with the criminal mind and hooks up with a gang of crooks led by Humphrey Bogart. He takes their vital signs while in the act of committing crimes. Weird.
"Wild in the Streets" 1960s teenagers revolt and take over. The government, everything. Anyone over 30 is put into concentration camps. Shelley Winters is force-fed LSD at Camp #23!
"Repo Man" You got an alien in a car trunk, a secret government organization after the alien, punk rock, and great lines from Harry Dean Stanton ("Look at 'em!
Normal people! I f*ckin' hate 'em!")