What Social Life? – Movies 2014: December

robocop

Here’s how I closed out 2014:

  • Universal Soldier (1992) – Dir. Roland Emmerich
  • Universal Soldier: Regeneration (2009) – Dir. John Hyams
  • Willow Creek (2013) – Dir. Bobcat Goldthwait
  • Vertigo (1958) – Dir. Alfred Hitchcock
  • Sorority House Massacre (1986) – Dir. Carol Frank
  • Kite (2014) – Dir. Ralph Ziman
  • Project A (1983) – Dir. Jackie Chan
  • Phase IV (1974) – Dir. Saul Bass
  • Anaconda (1997) – Dir. Luis Llosa
  • Guardians of the Galaxy  (2014) – Dir. James Gunn
  • Black Rain (1989) – Dir. Ridley Scott
  • Point Break (1991) – Dir. Kathryn Bigelow
  • The One I Love (2014) – Dir. Charlie McDowell
  • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (1990) – Dir. Steve Barron
  • The Strange Color of Your Body’s Tears (2013) – Dir. Hélène Cattet & Bruno Forzani
  • Mission: Impossible (1997) – Dir. Brian De Palma
  • Don’t Blink (2014) – Dir. Travis Oates
  • Mercenaries (2014) – Dir. Christopher Ray
  • Passion (2012) – Dir. Brian De Palma
  • The Device (2014) – Dir. Jeremy Berg
  • Frank (2014) – Dir. Larry Abrahamson
  • The Thing (1982) – Dir. John Carpenter
  • Fast Five (2010) – Dir. Justin Lin
  • Collateral (2004) – Dir. Michael Mann
  • Silent House (2011)- Dir. Chris Kentis & Laura Lau
  • Jack Reacher (2012) – Dir. Christopher McQuarrie

Total: 26 (Year in Total: 222)

Already did my year-end wrap ups, so it seems a bit pointless to do that again here. Just gonna point out, though, in a year which has been pretty great, actually, for new releases, my favorite viewings, in order, are: Robocop/Scanners double feature (for the benefit of some friends), a Christmas marathon I capped off with Carpenter’s The Thing.

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