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Friday, August 24, 2012

Passion (2013) Trailer + My Top 10 De Palma


Here's the trailer (from the Toronto Film Festival) to Brian De Palma's latest sexy thriller. I'm excited and can't wait until it comes out in February!



Creepy Mask + Knife... I'm in love!

Rachel McAdams hasn't played evil since Mean Girls. It suits her. 

De Palma, still the master of the Thriller.


My 10 Favorite Brian De Palma Films:

Carrie (1976)

Body Double (1984)

Blow Out (1981)

Sisters (1973)


Dressed To Kill (1980)

Femme Fatale (2002)

The Phantom Of The Paradise (1974)


The Fury (1978)


Raising Cain (1990)


Hi Mom! (1970)

And The Rest...

The Untouchables (1987)
Obsession (1975)
Mission: Impossible (1996)
Snake Eyes (1998)

The Black Dahlia (2006)
Mission To Mars (2000)

Carlito's Way (1994)
Scarface (1983)
Greetings (1968)
Home Movies (1980)
The Bonfire Of The Vanities (1990)
Redacted (2007)
The Wedding Party (1969)
Wise Guys (1986)
Casualties Of War (1989)
Murder A La Mod (1968)
Dionysus (1970)
Get To Know Your Rabbit (1972)


6 comments:

Alex Jowski said...

That Passion movie looks pretty intriguing, and Noomi Rapace is quite talented. Also, very much enjoyed your top 10 DePalma list. Interesting to see that 'Scarface' is not on the top 10 as it's probably his most popular work. Though, I agree that the ten you list are better than 'Scarface.'

Mummbles said...

Thanks for sharing your list. I just watched Body Double and really liked it. I think Blow Out would be my #1, but that is without having seen many of the others on your list.

John Baxter said...

Couldn't agree more about Body Double, great film. I did love that period of his career when he became obsessed with loosely remaking auteur works. Loved Raising Cain...Lithgow is a beast.

Cinema Du Meep said...

I'm glad De Palma's fans are posting! Thanks guys!

Ryan Clark said...

I'm very excited about Passion, and my list of favorite De Palma films is pretty much exactly the same as yours but in a slightly different order. Well, maybe I wouldn't put Hi, Mom! on there but that "Be Black Baby" sequence is just brilliant.

Cinema Du Meep said...

Hi Mom is pretty brilliant. It needs to be seen more.

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