30 Days of Film in April-Links, Rankings & Stats

April
Week 1, Week 2, Week 3, Week 4 & 5

The weakest month so far. Why? Because it turns out I already watched most the great 80s horror films. Sure I finally watched a few notable ones but only a few those would make a real best of 80s horror list. More dissapointing is that the one horror flick in my top 5 has little rewatchability. Visually beautiful, strong performances carrying a rather whatever story. My opinion… the detours from the theme gave me better films than the theme. Though looking back, a good number of 3 out of 5 star horror films.

So this is the last theme month until August. Though each of the next months I will have weeks dedicated to specific things. I really look forward to all I have planned for May. I will also try to remember doing Bets of the Week.

Top 10 for April
1. Avengers: Endgame
2. Shazam
3. The Treasure of Sierra Madre
4. The Shining
5. Hold Your Man
6. Fright Night
7. First Great Train Robbery
8. Night School
9. The Dead Zone
10. Child’s Play

Worst Film For April
April Fools Day or Cujo or The Slayer

Films Watched
33 Total
33 New
0 Rewatch

Average Star Rating Based On My Letterboxd Ratings: 2.9 out of 5

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By The Numbers
This Is Incomplete

Nine Films: Jean Harlow

Six Films: Harold Rosson (Cinematographer)

Five Films: Stephen King (Novelist)

Four Films: Clark Gable, James Cagney (Including Archival Footage), Charles Lang (Cinematographer), Carole Lombard, Alan Ladd, Arthur P. Schutz (Editor)

Three Films: Robert Aldrich (Director), Charles Bernstein (Composer), Joan Blondell, Humphrey Bogart, Elisha Cook Jr, Sean Connery, Jack Conway (Director), Joan Crawford, Laird Cregar, Bette Davis, Frank De Vol (Composer), Antonio Fargas, Therese Harris, Rita Hayworth, Edmund Holding (Writer and Director), Miriam Hopkins, Clark Gable, Veronica Lake, Anita Loos (Writer), Michael Luciano (Editor), Marilyn Monroe, Alfred Newman (Composer), Jack Palance, Howard Emmett Rogers (Writer), Max Steiner (Composer), James Stewart, Robert Townsend, Geoffrey Unsworth (Cinematography), Billy Wilder (Director),

Two Films: John Alcott (Cinematography), Dario Argento (Director/Writer), Fred Astaire, Lauren Bacall, Louise Beavers, William Bendix, Helen Broderick, Victor Buono, Stephen H. Burum (Cinematographer), Frank Capra (Director), Bernie Casey, Mae Clarke, Elisha Cook Jr., Gary Cooper, Maxine Cooper, Jospeh Cotton, Doris Day, Henry Fonda, Helen Freeman, Steven Geray, Gloria Grahme, Carey Grant, Burnett Guffey (Cinematography), Olivia De Havilland, Marlene Dietrich, Margaret Dumont, Margaret Hamilton, William Hamilton (Editor), Howard Hawks (Director), Audrey Hepburn, Sidney Hickox (Cinematography), William Holden, Tom Holland (Director/Writer), Edward Everett Horton, James Wong Hower (Cinematographer), Norman Krasna (Writer), Stanley Kubrick (Director, writer, producer), Ken Hughes (Director), Viola Lawrence (Editor), Joseph H. Lewis (Director), Ray Lovely (Editor), Myrna Loy, Mike Mazurki, David Miller (Director), Victor Milner (Cinematography), Cyril J. Mockride (Composer), Agnes Moorehead, Marx Bros (Chico, Groucho, Harpo), Una Merkal, Daria Nicolodi, Elizabeth Patterson, Ania Pieroni, Donald Pleasence, Garry Owen, William Powell, Tyrone Power, Heinz Roemheld (Composer), Clayton Rohner, Ginger Rogers, Richard Roundtree, Mickey Rourke, Chris Sarandon, John F. Seitz (Editor), Blanche Sewell (Editor), Martin Sheen, Everett Sloane, Drew Snyder, Josef Von Sternberg (Director), Paul Stewart, Frank Sullivan (Editor), Seijun Suzuki (Director), Ben Taggert, Isao Tamagawa, Lewis Teague (Director), Alida Valli, John Williams, Damon Waynes, Keenan Ivory Waynes (Actor, Writer, and/or Director), Franz Waxman (Composer), Orson Welles (Actor, Writer, Director), Richard Widmark, Sam Wood (Director)

Previous Months Links, Rankings & Stats
January, February, March

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